Author has written 2 stories for Twilight, and Sherlock.
About me? You're serious?
I am Austrian, which I conveniently use to explain away all my spelling and grammar mistakes. Nevertheless I want my writing to be perfect, so please, feel free to comment on my mistakes.
I'm female, born during the 80s.
I am an excellent navigator and organizer, but nevertheless continuously get lost in books.
I love pancakes but suck at making them.
I usually carry a die with me, because I've always found them fascinating things, especially since I learned the English term for them, and they can be whipped out for many purposes in the blink of an eye. I love entertaining children with dice, really enjoy board games, and every once in a while they are a great means to make decisions.
The advertisment mentioned in "Headon"that inspired what Edward had to do because he lost his bet with Jasper can be found on www.flickr.com/photos/christianmontone/4090666299/ All rights are held by Hanes Givvies of course. *g*
A further point to note: I am absolutely into hurt/comfort fics, so this is what I tend to write and read. I have recently come across an absolutely terrible review of a story that sounds and reads (as the extracts the completely unqualified and nonreflective reviewer included in his/her description show) positively brilliant. So, author of "The Case of Erudition toward Reliance", if you should read this by any chance, I would give quite a bit to be able to read the full story. It sounds like an amazing piece of writing. If you can find it in you, can you imagine reposting it or sending it privately? It sounds so insightful and touching! (And if you felt it needed removing because of the reviewer - shame on him/her for not seeing your story for its greatness!) Thank you for writing it anyway!!!