Author has written 5 stories for Pitch Black / Riddick, Phantom of the Opera, Blade, Macbeth, and Gladiator.
I had a different account on this site a long time ago (Like 2005), and was addicted to it. When I decided to become active again, I forgot my username and password. Therefore, I have this wonderful new account. I edited all my old stories, and am starting fresh with different plots. It's exciting!
For anything I write, I am always open to suggestions to what the reader would like to see in the story or just a prediction of what the reader thinks will happen next! I think it's fun! I've been an avid role player, and I love writing on the fly. It's somewhat harder to plan things out and stick to it.
I have a lot of favorites; I think that it’ll reflect in which categories I either choose to read about or write. Some people list their favorite pairings; and honestly, if it is written so that the relationship is believable, then I’m probably willing to read about it. In my writing, I tend to write in original characters for relationships with main characters. I do write original stories; so if you’re interested in reading any of it, let me know.
I'm always looking for a Beta; really an accountability partner to encourage me to keep active on here.
Death and Destruction are in the job description (Riddick) is an idea that I've had for some time, but haven't taken the time to ever write down. It's turned out to be more difficult than imagined. I know the overall plot but it's a little rough trying to make all the scenes flow in the right direction without getting stuck. Sometimes I wonder if I wrote the plot to grand and elaborate. UPDATE: I know there's a new movie coming out, but this story will not be affected by it. I hope that I don't do anything that clashes, but I'm not going to rewrite anything major to stay true to the cannon.
Tattletelling Hearts (Phantom of the Opera) has been easy to write because I see the story in my head as I listen to a certain playlist I created. I'm pretty good at improvising this story.
Eternity never ends (Blade) is a concept that plays in my head with I think about Blade; however, there's practically no plot. I'm just writing it as I go. Hopefully it turns out well. If anyone has suggestions on this one, I'm willing to incorporate new things.
Pride and Prejudice- I'm still playing around with a concept. I'm not sure if it's going to work out. I'm not going to explain the plot because I want to it be a surprise if it does turn out great. I want to get most of the story written before even thinking about posting it. UPDATE: i have started working on this, but I want to finish my current stories before getting sucked into anything else.
Harry Potter- I'm a HUGE Dramonie fan. I just haven't had any inspiration for a good plot. It seems like a lot of the good ideas have already been taken. I really want to at least dabble in this at some point.
Coffee Prince- I literally just discovered this category this week. I marathoned the whole show in four days. I love it. I'm working on a scene I thought was missing. It's pretty short; I should have it finished fairly quickly. UPDATE: I've hit a wall on it, a transitional spot is eluding me. I'm going to let it sit for a while, and look at it with fresh eyes later.
Update July 31st, 2013--I’m working on the three stories right now in Blade, Riddick, and Phantom of the Opera. I've decided that, in the future, I should have a first draft of the entire story before posting in order to post in a timely manner. I want to try to evenly post chapters for all three, so it might seem slow going. Hopefully everyone likes them. I will try again to be more regular as possible in updating all stories. I kinda took a step back from writing for a while there, but I've decided to make it more of a priority now.
As of July 26th, 2013, I'm trying a new strategy where I work on the story with the most views that day. If the story isn't viewed, then I'm probably not going to get to it. I really hope this will be the more popular stories going. I enjoy storytelling, but I don't want to waste my time posting if no one is going to read it. I haven't decided if it's fair to all the stories this way Feel free to let me know your thoughts on this.
New Life Motto: NO EXCUSES! I've been really busy with college (I'm studying to be an engineer). And when I write, I usually end up working on original stuff instead of my fanfics. To fix this, I've been putting aside time especially to work on my stuff, because it's what I love doing. I'm going to wait to post until I have completed first drafts for them. So don't expect any real updates any time soon. Despite this, I've been getting a lot of emails saying that people are following my stories, and that really is my motivation! SO thank you!
I tried getting back into rp-ing but it turns out that I have too much on my plate at the moment. However, I did find a website that helps with writer's block, www.750words.com. I just joined, and I'm excited to keep up with it. So far I haven't really worked on anything for this site on there, but I'm excited to start writing again on a regular basis. I've been writing a lot more recently because of the website. I really don't want to break my streak by forgetting to write at least 750 words; and the owners are amazing people!
Update Feb 5th, 2014: The website I talk about above, now requires payments to continue. So I looked around for different ways to stay motivated. I've found a writer's blog, http://www.sarahselecky.com/, that provides a writing prompt every day. I've been doing well. I've certainly had to become more creative.
Also, it turns out that when I switched over my gmail to the new format, it believed that all emails from FF were spam. I just discovered like 500 emails that I haven't receiving. I was getting stressed out that NO one was updating their stories. When a story I'm currently following gets updated, I'm motivated to post something as well. Hopefully, this improves for the near future.
For the three stories I'm working on, I use the views as the tool to decide what to work on next. The story with the most views that day gets priority. And with the free time I have this week, I've been posting one or two chapters a day. So, with my new strategy, I have a specific order I'm posting chapters. I will update this every month, and strike out the stat when I've completed it. So far, it seems to be working; and I will try to have less than two weeks worth of stats queued up at a time, so right now I'm playing catch up since I just came up with this method. When a new month comes up, I'm allowing myself a clean slate so that I don't feel too overwhelmed if I fall behind the ever growing list.
Update Feb 5th, 2014: My engineering mind compelled me to be methodical at the time. That being said, since I haven't updated in so long, I am taking a break from this system. I hope to have new chapters posted in the near future.
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