Author has written 12 stories for Supernatural, Red Dead Redemption, Terra Nova, Captain America, and Avengers.
So, I'm someone I would describe as a frustrated writer. I imagine scenes, stories and whatnot in my head and want them to come out on paper. Most often as a drawing, but drawings never look good enough when I'm finished. Other times its like a movie scene, but until I get billions of dollars to make my own movie...I'm limited to writing. Don't get me wrong, I love to write, but keep in mind that my stories are coming from visuals so its kind of like I'm writing down the movie going on in my head. (okay this is starting to make me sound insane xD)
As for credentials and all that, I have done NanoWriMo successfully for the past three years, and in 2009 I got 30,000 words, but my characters fell flat and it was like driving with square wheels. Maybe I'll post a bit of it sometime on my deviantart account if you want to read it there. I also roleplay quite a bit and it keeps my muse from overloading like after I watch Supernatural and accidently end up watching the whole season instead of one episode.
Speaking of hot men and things, I'm probably going to be writing fanfics of my favorite TV shows, video games maybe a few movies. One thing about me however, is that I'm not really comfortable with erotic scenes, or heavy slash. Its just weird to me and it often seems unnecessary for most fics. This doesn't mean I don't write steamy romance, though its probably not as steamy as some would like! I try to keep canon characters as canon as possible, and sometimes that includes romance, sometimes it doesn't, but I make sure to leave any tension I've found in the original book/movie *coughavengerscough*
My main fandoms are: Supernatural, Avengers, Assassin's Creed, Terra Nova, RDR and countless others that I haven't written fics about yet.
I don't bite, so please feel free to PM me to chat, brainstorm, whatever! Like the majority of authors, I LOVE your feedback, I don't care if you're insulting me. (well, in the sense that your are providing constructive criticism)