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Hello, person currently reading this!
My name is Carolina, and if you don't mind spending the time, I'd like to lead you through a dramatic journey of my life.
JK. My life would make the most boring movie ever, so let's stick to basics.
I am sixteen, and at the moment I'm writing this (January 16, 2013), I have been registered on this site for roughly a year and a month. Why am I writing this, you may ask? I don't know. Although it may have something to do with the fact that I wrote an English exam this morning and need to relax a little before hitting the books for my Math final in two days.
How did I end up so obsessed with Bones? I don't know. Fun tidbit, however: when I was eight my brother and I got a hamster, and we named it Sweets. Does that allow my obsession to classify as fate?
The first episode I ever saw of Bones - well, part of it - was Player Under Pressure. My two-years-younger-than-me brother was watching in our living room, and I told my mom on him because at the time I was thirteen, he was ten, and there was a gross dead body on TV that in all honestly I took upon myself to deem inappropriate for our age. As you can probably imagine from this incident, I'm not exactly the type of girl who goes to parties and gets drunk, thank you very much.
And yet, six months later, I would find myself sitting on my cousin's couch, watching the first episode of Bones I'd ever watch in its entirety: The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond. I don't know what it was: the grossness, the chemistry, the characters, Zach. Either way, I was hooked.
So here I am, three years later. I own all seven seasons and only once since the beginning of season 6 have I missed a new episode (it was The Gunk in the Garage, and I had a good reason). I talk about it 24/7. If I had been allowed to, I would've written the previously-mentioned English final on it. And where has it lead me in my life?
Well, to Buffy, for one thing. Last December through March (I think?) I watched all seven seasons (although, sadly, I only own one - the seventh). And to Angel. It took me months to get through the first two seasons (damn you, homework), but I got through the last three in no time due to summer break (and own the last three, too!). It's led me to new friends and new fandoms (I've recently been introduced to Homestuck...although admittedly that wasn't because of Bones, although the friend who introduced me to it is a sort-of-ex fan of Bones). And at the end of the day, when I'm tired and lazy and want to curl up with a good book but can't find one, guess what website I check first.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
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A GUIDE TO MY FANFICS (as there are few):
Close for Comfort
-Written December 2011. Hannah-bashing. Set in season 7-ish, before Christine is born. 4 chapters, 12,228 words.
-Honestly, one of my personal favorites. Not too long (in my opinion) and I just had fun hating Hannah.
-Written December 2011. Pure fluff. Set in season 7, before Christine is born. 1 chapter, 465 words.
-Eh. Not much to say about this one. Short, easy to read, choke-and-die-on-sweetness kind of fluffy.
All Of The Courage
Written May-August 2012. Hiatus-fic. Set between season 7 and season 8. 10 chapters, 28,462 words.
-Um. Not my best work, mainly because angst isn't something I write well. Unfinished (probably never will be finished). Still debating whether to delete it or not.
Hidden Moments In Time
Written July 2012-?. Collection of one-shots. Timeline varies from chapter to chapter. Currently 29 chapter, 38,473 words.
-If you want a taste of my work, start with this. I stick mainly with romance and fluff, although there is a wider range offered here. Unfinished because I'm forcing myself to reach at least 100 chapters before I close it off and start a new one-shot story collection. Most chapters are short enough to read within 2 minutes, although some are longer.
-Written December 2012. Secret Santa story for thaischrist. 5 chapters, 7,749 words.
-Probably the better side of my angst-writing. Not too fluffy (but yes, fluffy). Only five chapters, so not that long of a read.