Author has written 16 stories for Cats, and My Little Pony.
I'm try to remember what my Creative Writing teacher told me about writing, "Heart, then art!" That you should just feel free to write whatever you want without worrying about what other people will think, and when you finally have that all down, you can go back and perfect it with silly things like grammar and a reasonable plot line...okay, now I'm being sarcastic, but you get my point, right? I thought that was worth sharing. Remember, don't stop and think how horrible you're story is, how weird it is, how others will hate it, how it will need you behind it to defend it every step of the way, because that may not be true, but if you put your heart into it, without worrying about that, you might end up with something incredible. But do remember the ART part of it, to go back and fix things up like a portrait, turning your sketch of what the story will be into that work of art, finishing touches and all!
"Dying is easy, Comedy is hard." - Donald Wolfit
"Do I dare disturb the Universe?" - T.S. Eliot
For those who are going to be getting updates from me from putting me on their alerts when I was writing Cats - the Musical fanfiction, I apologize. I fell in with the wrong crowd - the Bronies. Lol, okay, they're not the wrong crowd, but I know a lot of people don't like My Little Ponies, and think it's over rated. I'm not used to being so deep into such a HUGE fandom community. when I was writing Cats fanfics, it was just right. There were not that many of us. My Little Ponies, however, if inundated with fans! It's pretty friggin' huge! So I understand if you don't want to see updates on MLP, but I must warn you, there may be a lot of them. It's been a while since I've been so into a fandom that I actually finish and then publish fanfics for them.
Check out my Deviant Art account for more information on stories or to see some of the "cover art" I've done for them. I'm not the best artist, but I'm learning! And tell me what you think. Flaming not appreciated though. Really, how is that constructive, anyway?