Author has written 5 stories for From Dusk Till Dawn, and Labyrinth.
So I recently began to write fanfiction because I was desperately craving feedback on my writing ability and this seemed to be the easiest way to get without risking humiliation. I didn't even know fanfics or FanFiction.net existed until after I watched Labyrinth, and started Googling different things until I found this website. I take immense pleasure in reading reviews on my stories, be the review good or bad, as feedback is feedback in my mind.
I want to become a writer some day, with published books that I can go see on display at the local Barnes and Noble, and while I have a few original novels in the work, I want to know where I stand among the masses before I really delve into them. Just bracing myself for future critiquing is all. ;) I have been published in two separate poetry anthologies so far, one of which earned me a title of "One of the Best Poets of 2013." Nifty, huh?
A fanart for my most popular fic, "A Princess and a Demon" was created by the incredibly talented meatpuppet1, and can be found here:
ATTENTION: As of August 29, 2013 all of my stories are now officially on hiatus, due to my recent acceptance into a vocational program and the many life-style changes I'm going to have to make because of it. The center (which isn't a college or university) doesn't allow it's student's wi-fi access in their dorms, so while I can write to my heart's content while there, I'll be unable to post anything. I'm really truly very sorry for any disappointment caused, and wish to thank you all for the kindness and support you've shown me and my stories. It meant a lot to me. Thank you.
Favorite Literary Quotes:
"If to live in this style is to be eccentric, it must be confessed that there is something good in eccentricity." Jules Verne, Around the World in 80 Days
"Experience was of no ethical value. It was merely the name men gave to their mistakes." Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray
Favorite writers: Dean Koontz, Stephen King, Bentley Little, Nora Roberts, Laurie R. King, Emily Dickinson, W.B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde, Jules Verne, Mary Stewart, Lewis Carroll, and the list can go on and on...
Fun facts/Hobbies: I love writing (obviously), but I also enjoy photography and am a half-way decent artist thanks to my mother. Pearls and silky materials are my favorite things to wear, and despite dressing like Miss Prim and Proper I could say that without a doubt I'm a free-spirited, independent rebel at heart. I form my own opinions and don't hold with a single stereotype, which probably stems from the fact that I couldn't fit into a niche if I tried, but I am not argumentative or overly-opinionated. Muscle cars and motorcycles are some of my favorite things, and I consider chamomile and earl gray tea to be ambrosia. I'm a notorious big-word user, weird-fact knower, and poetry lover.