Author has written 1 story for Les Miserables.
11 February - Yeah, yeah, I know...
31 January - I have removed all of my old stories. The 'Cats' fanfics can be found at www.catsfanfiction.ipfox.com under the penname Claire, and the Harry Potter ones can be found... nowhere. If you have a mad desire to read one of them, feel free to email me, and I will send it to you. Maybe.
18 January - To Cecilia Carlton, and pretty much everyone else, because it should be clarified: 'Welcome to M sur M' is humor. But it's not humor. Honestly, that's just the way I write - I didn't intent humor, but I didn't not intend it - gah. I'm probably confusing you all more than explaining things. It will have to suffice to say that I have a nasty little sarcastic streak that comes out no matter my attempts to subdue it. Keep in mind it probably seems exaggerated because not much is going on in the story yet. When things start happening and chapters get longer it won't be quite as... out there.
Thanks for all the reviews, everyone...
Some actual stuff about me:
In the past I have written Harry Potter and Cats fanfiction... key phrase in that statement: in the past.
I'm a high school student who hopes to professionally write plays someday... in the meantime, I drink tea, read about mortuary science, and spend time on my laptop. Lots of time on my laptop.
There are only three things I hate with a passion: all sports in general, John Steinbeck, and George W. Bush.
I'm really not that interesting.
I took a long hiatus from fanfiction.net, but I've returned (finally) with a vengenance, a new pen name, and a Les Miserables obsession.
Here's hoping my stuff doesn't suck too badly,
the parasols (otherwise known as Claire, the author formerly known as Miss C. Malino)
I don't have AIM because I think it's a waste of time. Feel free to write an email. You're guaranteed a response because I have no life whatsoever.
A note -
I am notoriously bad at ever finishing anything I start. Right now I have two stories with only the first bit posted. The rest of them may never come to be. That's life.