Author has written 13 stories for Glee.
I'd like to try myself in the art of writing for the sheer sake and joy of it, let's see if that will as therapeutic as I think it might be...;)
(It surely has proven to be addictive, which sounds counterproductive to the therapeutic aspect at first, but let's see where that leads us...)
I have to admit that I am here for the Klaine mostly, and even when I love all of Glee with all my heart, those two practically own me...
So I have made it my aim to create humanly endearing, truthful, honest and realistic moments, with much love.
On a side note:
I am not a native speaker, so you pointing out to me anything in my stories that sounds off, is very much appreciated!
Just as your feedback, comments, reviews... very much so!
Hope you enjoy!
Random facts about myself:
I love reading a Random Facts Section on other people's profiles.
My skin smells different after being in the sun.
I keep a huge pink stuffed rabbit in my bed, I use its enourmous backside as a pillow each night.
I have very soft hands. No duck fat, no, genetics and shea butter.
When I get enthusiastic about something, I tend to get very enthusiastic. Sadly mostly with things you can't make a living with.
I am a great kisser.
When I eat huge amounts of chocolate I get a feeling like sweating. On my eyelids.
I feel a deep need to save the world.
I seem to fail at getting a life.
I like the night better than the day.
I am always as honest as I can be. Whatever that means.
The life line on my right hand is a double one. The two lines meet somewhere in the middle, then drift apart again. Wonder what that could mean? Correction: I learned today that it is actually my fate line, and that it is more than double, scattered all over the place, so to say. Should make things interesting. Life, that is;)
I used to have a definition of irony pinned to my door.
Although English isn't my mother tongue, I love writing and reading in it better. Most of my internal monologues are in English.
I'm never a hater.
I have this notion I would be a great musician or songwriter, if I only knew the first thing, anything, really about music. Or played an istrument other than the flute. Oh, well.
My doctor says I have a sensitive heart. Perfectly healthy but adjusting to the slightest changes, that's what makes it stumble, sometimes. I kind of like that.