Author has written 8 stories for Supernatural, and Harry Potter.
Bad spelling and grammar kill my girl-boner.
I mostly ship destiel and snarry, but i'm down with Spirk, science bros, stucky, swan queen, and so many others. I support even the ships I am disgusted by because we need fandom solidarity, yo.
I wrote some things. They're not the best or the worst, and I am proud of them. I wish I was inspired to write more.
Things I like: Buffy, cigarettes, lots of books, chocolate, my Ford Escort which I named Castiel, Led Zeppelin and Journey, tea of various types, Star Trek and Wars, my pets which are kitties and hamsters.
Things I dislike: Twilight, incest even when it's Fred and George, people who impose their likes and dislikes on others, Wal-Mart and bedtime.
Things I am neutral about: Work, hummus, other people's business, cars that aren't specifically Castiel.
From CastiellovesDean (I fully agree!)
But here's the thing about the warning "Alternate Universe:" it's too vague a term. Some people say that AU encompasses anything from changing the story arc after season 4 to a fic where Sam, Dean, Bobby, and Castiel are all British highschoolers, Sam and Dean aren't related, Cas isn't an Angel, and NOBODY KILLS ANY MONSTERS. This needs to change. Here's what they are soon going to be:
- Alternate Universe (AU): Writing the characters into a non-canon storyline/setting where all they retain are their looks and basic personalities can be Alternate Universe (AU).
- Parallel Universe (PU): Writing a canon-based story where a change in pre-Pilot history changed everything and no one is where they should be (see: What Is and What Should Never Be) can be Parallel Universe (PU).
- Alternate Timeline (AT): Writing a canon-based story where something changes during the series to make the current storyline go on a different arc (See: The End) can be Alternate Timeline (AT). My warning for SPN's My Bloody Valentine, for example, would be "AT after My Bloody Valentine."