Author has written 45 stories for House, M.D., Criminal Minds, NCIS: Los Angeles, Supernatural, Merlin, and Avengers.
Twitter name is @ashtonblayne
I am one of those people who finds writing to be an excellent way of coping with stress.
I like to drink apple juice from wine glasses.
I also like listening to music while I write. I type in tempo so it feels as though I'm playing piano. Weird right?
I'm borderline obsessed with the shows Criminal Minds, Supernatural, and NCIS:LA. So if I ever manage to write more stories do not be surprised for them to focus mainly on those shows.
My brain is currently holding my creativity hostage, so when I manage to get it back I promise to have a more interesting profile.
I tend to have very vivid dreams. There are times when I wake up and seriously have to think "did that really happen?" Usually, I figure out it was a dream when I remember I've never actually met Shemar Moore or Jensen Ackles, but sometimes it's a little trickier. For example, I once dreamed that my goldfish had died and when I woke up, I was very sad. Then I remembered I didn't have a goldfish.
I've also had that cliche dream where you're in public and you can't find your pants. Not cool, speedracer.
My sister's friend once said, "Maybe Voldemort's face is flat because he ran into the wrong wall at the train station." I don't know if she thought of that all on her own, but thanks to her, that's all I think every time I watch one of the movies.
Word of Advice: When you realize that you are losing an argument, begin correcting the other person's grammar.
I have a habit of writing down random quotes or funny things that I hear people say throughout the day. The other day at a crosswalk, I heard this girl say into the phone, "I love naked people. They're so natural." I spent the next thirty minutes trying to think of a conversation in which those two sentences would not be out of context. I actually managed to start a series of drabbles based around those lines. It's called I LOVE NAKED PEOPLE.
I borrowed my mom's phone and reprogrammed my number into it as 'God'. I waited until she said something inappropriate, and then texted her "I heard that." The look on her face was beyond priceless.
True story: I convinced my high school guidance counselor that I wanted to be a clown when I grew up. For two years, if you were to look in my file, it would have said Career Goal: Professional Clown. It made me laugh.
When I spell the word "escape", I sound it out eh-scop-ay, like Dorey from Finding Nemo. Every single time.
Whatever that syndrome/condition is that causes people to enjoy reading/writing about their favorite characters being hurt/tortured/or just generally put through the ringer--I have it.
I have a tendency to make up words. I try not to use them when writing, but when I speak out loud it's almost as though I have no control over it.
Yes, I am fully aware that this profile page is embarrassingly random.
I also like palindromes.