Author has written 6 stories for Sherlock, Glee, and Inception.
Hi there, welcome to this rather sparse and uninviting profile! To thank you for your interest, here are some pieces of trivia that may encourage you to stay for a bit longer and come back again...
I'm from Dublin, Ireland. I'm in my first year of university doing a degree in History and English. I know, I have no chances of getting a job with an arts degree like that. But I'm an ambitious critter, and I have a sort of 'haven't-really-thought-about-it-and-reverting-to-vague-assuming' feeling that everything will turn out fine. Aside from being a history buff, I love reading, music and films. And writing of course! I guess the majority of fan fiction I will write will be about Sherlock and Star Trek with a bit of Glee on the side. Although I might dabble in some other fandoms if I have the time.
I'm a relatively late comer to fan fiction, but I love it now that I've stumbled into these wonderful and creative alternative worlds that explore the characters we love so well. It really is such a great opportunity to begin to enhance and expand your skills as a writer, while having the comfort of a steady framework - you have characters and a world already at your disposal! It's up to you to colour it and change it as you wish. Which is truly a fantastic thing to have.
I am also a beta so if you're interested in having someone review your work - whether it's just spelling and grammar or character voices and progression, take a look at my beta profile and send me a PM, I'd love to hear from you.
I have also finally set up a tumblr account. Fangirling is a priority after all. Right now it's sort of overloading on The Avengers, but Sherlock, Harry Potter, Glee and a few other things make an appearance too. Please feel free to take a look and follow if have nothing better to be doing! My page is here:
Having said all this, I think the only thing you really need to know about me (if you really need to know anything about me at all) is that I love tea. I can't live without it. I will literally drink at least eight cups a day. At least. I fear withdrawal symptoms. Tea helps me write. And it tastes lovely. And it makes me think that someday I can aspire to be a female version of John Watson. 'Nuff said.