Author has written 4 stories for Saints Row, and Bleach.
PSN Handle: RockStarDrunk (feel free to add me)
I'm a married 26 year old mother of two with an intense love for writing, reading, and gaming. My preferred genres (writing or reading) are contemporary and paranormal romance. I love the works of Laurell K. Hamilton, J. R. Ward, Nora Roberts, L. A. Banks, Christopher Pike, Stephanie Meyer, Rick Riordan, Zane, and many others. Current games I'm playing are Saints Row 2, Grand Theft Auto V, Black Ops II, Advanced Warfare and The Sims 2, 3, and 4. I use StoryBox when writing. I am currently working on a contemporary romance novel that I hope to have published in 2015.
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"Write only because you love to write
Because sitting down and weaving a tale out of thin air
Makes your heart sing and your pulse race.
Write only because it makes you happy."
-- Holly Lisle
What am I working on?
I've kinda put my writing projects to the side while I work with my friends on our FFN forum and separate message board. I'm still plotting/outlining two Saints Row stories, a short story and a full length one. I'm also plotting a SoMo fanfic, but that will be put on Wattpad.
How does my work differ from others of its genre?
I think my writing voice (funny, friendly, and sarcastic) and way of seeing things is what makes my stories stand out from others. I focus on the characters and their wants and fears and follow them as they discover that what they want isn't necessarily what they need and can be found in the arms of the person they initially don't want to be bothered with.
Why do I write what I do?
I am a hopeful romantic. I believe there is a soul mate out there for everyone, and that those who are unhappy will eventually have their happily ever after. I've been writing since I was in middle school, and even then I crafted characters who looked for a love that completed them. I love the art of falling in and being in love and want to share the feeling of it with whomever will read the words I write from my heart.
How does my writing process work?
It changes every single time, I swear. This time around, the premise hit me: girl gets pulled into a unwanted love triangle between two rivals, who actually do fall in love with her. From there, I went to TVTropes.org and created a trope sheet with examples that I'd like to demonstrate in the story. Now I'm working on character arcs (three total) and a beat sheet for romance. Hopefully, this time, I'll produce something that won't fall apart by chapter three.