Author has written 21 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, Transformers, Vampire Diaries, Hunger Games, Bates Motel, Doctor Who, Avengers, Maze Runner Trilogy, and Captain America.
Updated on 7 July 2016
Here is what you might want to know about me:
I am an avid fangirl who has multiple fandoms and the most prominent thing I fangirl over is just plain old literature (in almost every form available). Writing is possibly the only thing I've tried and loved since I was about 12 years old. Anyway, be prepared for lots of references to classic (or not) literature (I reference poems a lot) in my new works-- especially those written after 2014.
I'd like to also apologise for the poor quality of my previous fics (which, for some reason, are some of my most popular ones). I'm also not saying that the new ones are excellent, but they're a tad bit better than the old ones, at least. The plots and language use may be a bit cringey, as well as the characters. But hey, you can't blame me, I was 12.
Lastly, I just want to state all the possible fandoms in which I may (or may not) write about in the future:
In a Grain of Sand (Avengers)
There was something about the way he moved. Perhaps it was the bitterness swept away under the veil of nonchalance in his eyes. Maybe it was that her existence that seemed to be the yin to his yang.
Pietro finds himself going back to the same girl night after night, and she finds herself feeling something more than cold indifference towards the silver-haired European.
Future story ideas:
You had me at, let's set it on fire. (Harry Potter)
She was only a backup plan, but then the Chosen One fell.
Romana Song had only ever been faithful to what she she had believed in: preserving what decency the world had left. Because after her little affair with Bill Weasley had gone wrong, it left her with a skewed view of humanity and a strong determination to erase the root of all evil.
But Romana Song was a sucker for the charming and the bad. Perhaps she will pay for this with her blood.
Warning: Frankly, absolutely no chance of a happy ending.
Currently updating stories:
a ghost's endeavour (Captain America)
They meet out of sheer coincidence, and they gravitate towards each other due to sheer loneliness. Their personalities are heaven and hell and they are a recipe of disaster brewing, destined for a fall out. At least, that is what Hayley Song tries to convince herself, because she knows that she is just a 19 year old girl and he is the Heart of America and that what they have is just a ghost's endeavour-- aimless, and ultimately futile.
Warning: Mentions of rape
Scrapped stories/stories on hiatus:
recherché (The Maze Runner)
Left Field (Avengers)