Author has written 6 stories for Star Wars.
Well, I suppose I may as well say a little something about myself. A blank description is rather depressing, though I find myself at somewhat of a loss as to what I should say. I'm much more a reader than a writer, and originally created this account to leave reviews to stories I've read and follow them for updates. Now I find myself, somewhat surprisingly, an author myself. If anyone is interested, my forte is more in the realm of music videos. I have a YouTube account under this same username and probably hold the record for 'Most Palpatine Tributes' on YouTube. Anyone want to challenge me for the title? Didn't think so:
I've loved to read for years now, though I was not that big a fan when I was very young. The first two books that really interested me in reading were actually both Star Wars books, fitting seeing as I've read more books in that fandom than anything else. My first two were Star Wars: Tales of the Bounty Hunters, edited by Kevin J. Anderson, and Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, written by Steve Perry. While they're not actually my favorite books in the series, they'll always have a special place in my heart for sparking me to start reading. Since then, I've read a lot more Star Wars books (a couple hundred in all, and more coming out every year), Sherlock Holmes, Lord of the Rings, Artemis Fowl, Deltora Quest, Keys to the Kingdom, and numerous stand-alone novels. If any of you recognize the titles, you've probably realized I'm mainly into Science Fiction and Fantasy, with a little Mystery on the side. I've been reading fan fiction stories for a while now, and I've found that I enjoy them as much as 'official' books. Sometimes even more so. They offer so many alternatives to canon stories, and there are writers on this site that really do such a good job.
If anyone is interested in the covers I've made for stories here, as well other artwork like my YouTube thumbnails, I do have a DeviantArt account:
I might talk a little about how I actually read the stories I review. I don't actually read them online. I really only started reading FanFiction after I got my eReader (originally a Nook, but now just a tablet using the CoolReader app) and I do pretty much all my reading there or on my computer.
As to the stories I've written, I suppose I can give a little more details on them: