Author has written 4 stories for Sailor Moon, and Robin Hood.
I'm a 18 year old girl from Australia who has freshly graduated from high school. One thing I've always prided myself on is my active imagination so I've always loved to write and read a good story. Before I had even turned 13 I was swept away by the allure of the romance genre and became rather obsessed with it. It's gotten to the point where it's hard for me to read or write a story without romance, despite knowing perfectly well that its still brilliant. My favourite genres are...well... Romance(of course), adventure, fantasy and action, so expect these in my writing mostly. And I'm obsessed with Medieval/Renassiance themed stories and sword fighting (swoons)!
When it comes to my interest of the romance genre it usually has to be done a specific way for me to truly become breathless and giddy while reading it with a fine balance of elements. I like it to be a fair bit fluffy and even a tad mushy, but not ridiculously corny. I love the stories to have great passionate moments but not overly graphic. A bit limey is as far as I'll go. And I adore the relationships that feel practically real to me, as though it could exist, complete with troubles and difficulties, but they're still able to work it out, that sort of true love, not just an infatuation. Quite picky I know, sorry about that, but it's just my personal taste.
I'm also not overly into dark and heartbreaking stories. I'm very much into the cleaner cut and more joyful endings. I understand that some mystery at the end is usually a good thing to have, but I hate cliff hangers that are never answered and practically tease for a non-existent sequel. Tragic events are definitely needed in stories, it keeps things interesting, such as fights, injuries and perhaps even character deaths, but once again I have a limit on how much I can write or handle before I get too depressed to go on. I'm sure we've all had a character we've become attached to, only to have them leave in a heartbeat before our eyes. Now that hurts! When it's a minor character or a needed death to progress the story, it eases that sadness. I guess I'm just a big softy who's terrible when there's overwhelming pain and suffering. But don't think that I won't throw in a wild card here and there. I know the necessity of conflict in stories, it's what makes the triumph of the protagonists all the sweeter! Sorry, I know I'm quite picky in my reading and writing
I've also found myself always shipping the original character pairings with only one exception. Here are just a few of my numerous favourites:
Serena and Darien (Sailor moon)
(Trust me that's only a tiny snippet of all the couples I love)
So yeah, that's what you can expect when it comes to my writing. Not a fan of my styles? Ok, go ahead and keeping looking, fanfiction.net is a huge archive, I'm sure you'll find something more to your liking.
Miss Sweet B13