Author has written 16 stories for Vampire Academy, Night World series, Twilight, Vampire Knight, Hush, Hush, Mortal Instruments, and Infernal Devices, Cassandra Clare.
Hey, My name's Sophia. Though I did change my last name for obvious reasons. I always thought my name was cool so I don't really have a need to make up a pen name. I have been writing since I was fifteen. Usually I write original stuff and keep it to myself. But, I have this problem (well, it's more like an obsession) to keep writing more than there is when I finish a book or movie I really love. I also have this inability to keep my mouth shut when it comes to spelling and grammar mistakes and hate it when I catch them myself. So, if you find one don't be shy to say if you catch one in my writing. I also have this tendency to restart things or just quit if it isn't exciting enough for me. So, you'll have to bear with me if I take forever to continue writing. And if I'm not feeling a story you were rather enjoying don't hesitate to tell me you want to read more. I won't abandon something someone's interested in even if I'm not and I always try my best to make everything my BEST work. And I'm welcomed to any suggestions any of you have. I've never really allowed anyone to see my writings so this is a big step for me. And please, those of you who are from different countries please don't hesitate to tell me if I wrote something COMPLETELY wrong. Half the time I'm getting my translations off websites so I don't really know if they're right or not. I pride myself in being open-minded and understanding when it comes to other people's cultures so if there's something written that isn't political correct or culturally correct and not meant to be an insult in the story please don't hesitate to contact me about my ridiculous inability to get things right.
Well, I guess that's enough about me and my ramblings. I feel like that's what I mostly did there. But, I do hope you enjoy my contributions to writing these stories.
"For romantics (writers of course) nature can be chaotic and unruly, but that is part of its greater power. They see the beauty and teachings in nature that most humans never see or really care for. Romantics aren’t just bohemian artisans who sit around creating ridiculous ways to describe the world around them, inanimate objects and all, they understand nature in a way we cannot. They respect it and learn from it. They appreciate it. They celebrate its wondrous and uncontrollable mystery and beauty rather than attempting to tame it and bend it to the will of the masses."