Author has written 9 stories for Legend of Zelda, and Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.
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On Fanfiction being the death of creation of innovative, original work:
Stories are like swords. Even if you’ve borrowed the sword, even if you didn’t forge it yourself from ore and fire, it’s still your body and your skill that makes use of it. It can still draw blood, it can strike down things that attack you, it can still defend something you hold dear. Don’t get me wrong, a sword you’ve made yourself is powerful. You know it down to its very molecules, are intimate with its heft and its reach. It is part of your own arm. But that can make you hesitate to use it sometimes, if you’re afraid that swinging it too recklessly will notch the blade. Is it strong enough, you think. Will it stand this? I worked so hard to make it. A blade you snatched up because you needed a weapon in your hand is not prey to such fears. You will use it to beat against your foes until it either saves you or it shatters.
But whether you made that sword yourself or picked it up from someone who fell on the field, the fight you fight with it is always yours.
Welcome to my page! My name is Alyssa. I am eighteen years old, a dual Law and Society and Political Science Major at American University, and the queen of polysyndeton. Writing is my release in a very hectic life, and fanfiction is very dear to me. Creating something out of nothing to give to others to read like I read things that others make for me is one of my favorite things in the world, and I am so happy that there is a place to do it.
I've been writing here since I was eleven or twelve years old, and if you go into my archive, that probably shows. I keep up my old stories as a reminder of how far I've come, but if you want quality work, the more recent publications are what you want to read.
I sincerely hope you enjoy what you read here; truly, I put my heart into each story that I write. Thank you for joining me on this ride.