Author has written 2 stories for Labyrinth.
Okay, I'm going to finally update this thing.
Joined Fanfic to indulge in my sinful pleasures (Labyfics!). I like Jareth dark, brooding and dangerous.
I am the author of a rather lengthy Fanfic called Toby's Wish and am currently working on it's sequel, Toby's Revenge, which I hope will get as favorable a reception as it's big brother. *fingers crossed!*
I finally started writing Labyfics when I got this one story (TW) jumbling around in my head for so long, I was having problems preforming everyday functions such as caring for my family (and kitties) and changing my socks. One pair literally disintegrated off my feet when I was in the throes of typing TW chapter 5. But sock disintegration aside, I finally did manage to get Toby's Wish completed only to find out there was more to the story, hence the birth of Toby's Revenge. I imagine there could be a another sibling after that, and perhaps a few cousins along the way, only time will tell. Who knows?
About me: Ordinarily, I wouldn't presume to bore you with my own mundane life but this is my profile so what the hell. I am a typer, much like many of you. I have an over active imagination and a strange obsession with Labyrinth. While I think the movie was great (I was a child of the 80's) and perfect for it's intended audience, I always believed they could have made Jareth a much more epic villain. He was an antagonist to be sure but not a true villain. But I completely understand why Henson & Co. couldn't break out the character too much, with the heroine being underage and all.
I have two hindrances that plot daily to derail my creative writing. One is my family, who constantly think they need to be at the top of my priority list ("Honey are you planning on cooking today?" "Mom, I'm out of clean clothes, I've been using a walmart bag as underwear.") and the second is a little kitty named Romo who thinks every time I sit down at the computer it's an invitation for him to jump from the couch onto my shoulder and demand pettings. While I love them dearly, they are quite disruptive to the creative process and some days I would like nothing more than to pitch the kitty out a window, throw a pack of Ramen Noodles at my husband and tell my daughter to wrap her ass in an Areopostale bag for gym class. Alas, pet and child abuse laws are in place to prevent just that.
I am happy to correspond with any who type me. I am willing to answer any question (so long as it doesn't give away too much of my story plots!) and am available to bounce board with my friends on here!
That should suffice for now. There's a little more beef to my profile but I managed to cut it short before divulging my bra size. (Must - resist - temptation - to - over - expose - myself!)
To my readers, I remain your most dedicated and humble story teller.