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Author has written 16 stories for Vampire Diaries, Assassin's Creed, Teen Wolf, Twilight, Lost, Hunger Games, True Blood, Legion, Once Upon a Time, Now You See Me, and Originals.
All right, my profile really needed a facelift. I'm glad you're taking a minute to get to know me a little bit better! Be sure to check out all of my stories!
So I really got into fanfiction because I've always had a deep love for writing. I began by writing The Darkness Within--it was truly the first story I've ever written that has a start and finish. And if I'm being perfectly honest, it was a terribly written story, at least in the beginning. I hadn't even plotted anything out, so I was writing blind for the longest time until I got to Heart at War, which has a loose plot. Elijah was not the first character I've become intrigued by, but he was definitely the first that caught my attention enough to want to write about him and explore his character more. Up until this point, he remains the most interesting character I have come across--there is so much depth and so much left undiscovered about him. Klaus was another TVD character that caught my eye because I'm a huge believer in getting to the root of a person: their strengths, their weakness, what events shaped them into who they are. Klaus definitely has a lot of issues; I think that makes his character really interesting. I have to admit, the entire Original family just ensnares me. There is so much dynamic there. I love how each member is a totally different person--Elijah is more reverent and intimidating, but controlled and reserved. Klaus is a megalomaniac with daddy issues and a need to belong. Rebekah has only ever wanted to be normal, to have love and life--everything that was taken away from her. Finn loathes his very existence to the point where he would willingly destroy himself. And Kol... Kol is just something else entirely. He's a lunatic, murder-happy, but I think there's something that triggered all of that within him. There's a reason he lost his humanity.
Woah--that was a long ramble, wasn't it? No wonder I can't stop writing about them!
Anyway, the more I write, the more I fall in love with the craft. If you've read one of my stories, you know I always create my own OC's. In the very beginning, I inserted AJ Echo into a previously-standing plot. I must tell you that I wholly despise this, now. I don't like reading stories that follow things we already know. I want to read something unexpected, deep--something that will explore a character and surprise me and keep me reading. I hope my [new] stories do this for you.
I admit, there are certain stories I have started but have not or perhaps will not finish. I believe that a story is sort of a way to explore oneself--(oh God, I wouldn't want to know what my psycho-analysis would be, especially for The One That Got Away or AJ's character...) So if I find that a story really helps me get to know myself a little better, I tend to stick with it. Or maybe it captures my attention enough to allow me to think about it even when I'm not writing--I need to want to write it in order for it to turn out well. I want it to be as enjoyable as possible for you, and mediocre writing will not be such. I will give you my all, or nothing. My apologies for the inconveniences this may create--it is not my wish to disappoint anyone.
Also, it may take a little while for some of my updates, but that's because I'm CRAZY busy. I'm in college, plus I work, plus I've gotta have some meager aspect of a social life, so on and so forth, I could make up excuses for days, couldn't I? But the truth is that I'm always doing something, which is not always going to be writing. Which is sad. ):
One thing you should know: I LOVE REVIEWS. Who doesn't, on this site? But really, it helps me to continue on. I probably wouldn't even post much of anything if I didn't get any feedback on it, simply because the feedback acts as a little bit of a muse for me. So please try to leave a review, even if you have reviewed the past thousand chapters, I just love to hear from you and what you think thus far.
FAVORITE STORIES I WOULD RECOMMEND:
TEEN WOLF- Derek: Fast Times at Beacon Hills High, By Persephone Price. --The writing is superb, the plot is great, and the characterization is spot-on. I have stuck with this story from the very beginning and it is truly a gem.
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES- Elijah: Indifference, by DoubtTruthToBeALiar. --The writing in this is truly amazing--I think it really inspired me, too. This version of Elijah is mouth-watering and wonderful. The OC is a very likeable character, the plot is still very good, and just all-around, this has to be my favorite fic. However, I think this story was removed at some point? Sad. ):
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES- Klaus & Caroline: Birds, Bees, and Other Beasts, By mea-kh. --This had me laughing every three seconds. Wonderful sense of humor, though the language is a bit explicit, if you aren't in to that kind of thing. I personally thought it just made it funnier. I could totally see Caroline acting like this, too.
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES- Elijah & Elena: Taken, By Pied Flycatcher.--This is written in such a format that it is unique in its own way. Fast-paced, great scenes, amazing characterization, great writing. It really caught and held my attention. The plot is great, by the way--really unexpected.
TRUE BLOOD- Eric & Godric: Just a Kiss, By Xytne.-- The writing is wonderful--this story is truly amazing. I am mostly a fan of Godric, but this really made me like Eric, too. Everything is spot-on and the plot is interesting. The chapters are really nice and long, too. Great story all around.
LEGION- Michael: Three Weeks, by milgarion.--One of the best stories I have ever read--ever. Michael is so perfect, the OC is extremely likeable and relateable, the plot is just exemplary--I could go on and on about this. Love it. Absolutely love it.
Okay... I think I've taken up enough of your time for today. (If you even cared to read until this point...)