Author has written 11 stories for Criminal Minds, Common Law, and Glee.
It's been a little over a year since I started posting on this site; writing at all really. It has been quite a journey. I had been dreaming of writing for a very long time and it was only my mother's illness that propelled me into action. There's nothing like watching your rock disintegrate to teach you about the futility of life and the cruelty of time.
On a less morbid note, my very first story was 'The Lost and the Broken' and I cannot express how excited I was when I got my first review from Nannily. I'm sure she must have put up hundreds of reviews before mine but it was my very first and it changed everything. I was inspired keep writing. Now, over a thousand reviews later, I'm amazed by the sheer volume of words that have poured out of me but I'm even more amazed and unbelievably humbled by all the support I have received by all my readers the world over. I try to acknowledge each and every one of you. If you have somehow slipped through the cracks, I apologize and please take this as a blanket 'Thank you', every word means a lot to me.
Red Letter Days - I have slapped a complete on this story because I currently have no drive to update it. I'm really busy and am not currently watching Glee, a situation which is looking less and less likely to change. No show, no inspiration.
I do think that I chose a good enough point to end the story. Blaine was with Sam, they were both making inroads in their chosen futures, they loved each other. Things were good for Artie, Tina and Kurt. There was hope for greater things to come. This is my version of a HEA.
In the event that my creative juices (gross!) start flowing again, I will put up a sequel or turn this story into a series. Thanks for all your reviews and all the love. It meant a lot.
Virgin - This fic is definitely winding down. I should be able to wrap the story up in a few more chapters. I haven't updated in a while but my boys aren't speaking to me. I know exactly how this story should end but getting there is proving to be a bit of a problem. This is a little late but Patricia Carson very graciously offered to translate this story into French so you can find it and her on the link below.
Falling from Pedestals & The Lost and the Broken - Still having the same problem. Neither of them are close to finished I just haven't been as inspired lately. I need a Criminal Minds marathon, watching Season 1 - 8 will be sure to jolt something loose so please hang in there. I am going to work it out.
Brief life summary: I'm still in Advertising, still stressed out by work, still party too much and my mother is still dead (Saturday June 2 2012. Lung Cancer turns out it wasn’t benign after all). Writing still helps. Oh, and I'm currently dating which is a whole other level of stress.
Thanks for listening. Please please review my stories. I thought I was above begging but apparently I'm not. Review. Please.
This is my new half year philosophy:
"Don’t get stuck. Move, travel, take a class, take a risk. There is a season for wildness and a season for settledness, and this is neither. This season is about becoming. Don’t lose yourself at happy hour, but don’t lose yourself on the corporate ladder either. Stop every once in a while and go out to coffee or climb in bed with your journal…Now is your time. Walk closely with people you love, and with people who believe God is good and life is a grand adventure. Don’t get stuck in the past, and don’t try to fast-forward yourself into a future you haven’t yet earned. Give today all the love and intensity and courage you can, and keep traveling honestly along life’s path."