Author has written 49 stories for Supernatural, and StarTrek: The Next Generation.
I really don't know what to tell you except I'm a bit shy, quiet, and loves to read and write. I have cats, dogs, and a wonderful husband but no kids. I'm anywhere between 1 and 200 years old, depending on how I feel that day.
I like a good story, no matter what is involved. I love all sorts of music-from classical to some rap as long as it has a good beat. I've even been known to listen to *gasp* opera!
If Farenheit 451 was an actual society, my house would be burned to the ground since my private library has over three hundred books. Read the book if you don't know what I'm talking about! It's good! Okay, I'm a Ray Bradbury fan, also a J.K. Rowling, Charlaine Harris, and Jean Auel fan to name a few but I really don't like romance novels though I do like a good love story (cough Twilight cough).
As you can see, I have a wide range of likes and interests so that makes me very mixed up, heeheehee!
Okay, there is one thing I really don't like and that's flames. I know that not all of my stories will be to everyone's liking and I accept that but when a person is hateful just because (and you know who you are) it's fun, that's just wrong. I accept that I need help to make my next story just a bit better (thank you soulless 666 for your help!) and appreciate that kind of critism. I also accept a person's right to not like a story but I do not accept someone's flame just because they didn't like the subject matter or the rating. I put warnings in my stories for a very good reason, just like I rate them for the same reasons.
I wish to thank those who have reviewed, favored, followed and alerted my stories. You really make my day!
One last word today: history holds story tellers in very high regard. We were trusted to bring messages, teach children, and entertain people.
3/23/13-Here I am updating again. I wanted to pass on some words of wisdom from Mr. Ray Bradbury that may help with writer's block. He said that a writer writes, always. Even if it's just a sentence or a word, he said to write something every day. For me, it does help a lot so maybe it could help you when you have writer's block. About Mr. Bradbury's popularity: When he was scheduled to talk in Tacoma, Washington, the organizers of the even expected only around 300 people to show. They had been able to get a church for the event and only opened the bottom at first. Because of the sheer numbers who came to listen to the author, the organizers not only had to open the balcony but also put speakers outside of the church. He was only scheduled to talk for about an hour but he ended up speaking for over two hours. From what I understand about a few thousand people listened to one of his last public forums. He talked about a story he had written about a little dinosaur that was published. Most people didn't remember that story but someone in Hollywood had read it and was very impressed. Because of that story, Mr. Bradbury was hired to do screenwriting. It was his big break. I'm not saying that it would happen for every one of us but it does show what can happen.
If you are interested in Mr. Bradbury's works, please read Martian Chronicles, Farenheit 451, The Illustrated Man, and Dandelion Wine. He also had one of his stories, I Sing the Body Electric, on the old Twilight Zone. There are also the movies the Martian Chronicles and Farenheit 451 that were made. He is an inspiration to us all, just like JRR Tolkien and JK Rowlings.
3/26/13-Hey, I've lost a couple of stories out of my favorites. One was called (I believe) Day of the Dead-it had John being resurrected by Gabriel and the other was called Feathered (I think) which had Sam's wings coming out and Dean helping him. If you have those stories, could you see your way for me to get them? A third story that I lost a while ago was about Crowley raising Sam as his own child after stealing him from Azazel. I really would like those stories so please help.
4/4/13-Is anyone else having a problem with their saved stories suddenly disappearing? Wonder what's going on with that.