Poll: Should I completely rewrite "Letters"? Or just re-vamp some of the current letters? Vote Now!
Author has written 13 stories for Bones, Angel, and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer.
I'm not going to post my name, age, or where I live or anything like that. If we happen to get into a conversation, and I decide you're not a complete psycho, then sure. I'll tell you..but I'll still reserve information. :) I like my privacy, especially over the internet. There are a lot of creepers out there.
I've been absent from writing for a while, and for that I can only apologize. I've moved apartments (and am about to do so again), finished and received a Bachelor's degree in English, completed everything necessary to receive a teaching license, and have secured a job. RL has taken over, but I aim to fix that in the near future. Thanks for understanding.
I have recently gone from "I don't write Fanfiction" to "I now have several stories brewing in my head" to "Wow...I want to get back in to writing since I still have so many stories in my head."
I wish to thank everyone who has ever written a story. Without you, we here with Fanfiction weaknesses would be completely and utterly lost.
Not everything that people post here is good. I hate to sound mean, but it's true. So many people that are posting seem like they have no clue of the definition of the word 'grammar,' which just simply ticks me off, particularly as a holder of an English degree and an English teacher.
If you know of any fabulous Angel, Bones, Castle, Merlin, Twilight, or The Hunger Games (and, most recently, Beauty and the Beast, 2012) fanfiction that you don't see on my profile, let me know. :):) If suggestions are made, I would prefer completed fanfictions, or at least in-progress fics that are regularly updated..
I have accepted that I have a 'Damsel In Distress' Complex, otherwise known as DiDC. :D Now, don't get me wrong: I firmly believe in woman's lib. There's a feminist lurking somewhere deep inside me... But there's just something about that proverbial knight in shining armor (sometimes it's a "knight in FBI standard-issue body armor". (Angela Montenegro -- Bones))
I think it's incredibly ridiculous for authors to expect and ask for reviews and then not respond to them. If you ask for your readers' time and thoughts on what you put forth, then you should be willing to sacrifice your own in order to let them know personally that you appreciate that they DID take the time to review.
I was going to write something here, but I completely forgot what it was. :) Hehe
'When at night I await her coming,
Anna Akhmatova, 1924