Author has written 11 stories for Outsiders, Twilight, Hunger Games, and Teen Wolf.
I’m Kat, and I don’t like Twilight but I like to write fanfiction about it. See why below. I live in the states and I’m a sophomore. I'm terrible at finishing stories, so I mostly write one-shots. I spend a lot of my free time on a stupid website called Tumblr. Jon Cozart is my queen and I live for mint chocolate-chip ice cream. And ha I suck at transitions, so you won't find any of those in my writings (just a bunch of weird cut scenes). I really like people, and I’m a lonely creature, so just PM me about anything, and I’ll respond. Also, reviews, favorites, and all that delicious stuff make me want to ugly-sob with gratitude and hug all of you. Constructive criticism is always welcome.
I like a lot of things that shouldn’t all be liked by one person, ex. The Hunger Games, Naruto, Harry Potter, The Outsiders, Teen Wolf, and Supernatural. I’m very sorry to anyone who I might have offended with that list.
Oh and I'm very embarrassed by pretty much all of my older fics, but people have asked me to keep them up, so I didn't take them down. Just proves how much I like you guys. Deadly Attractions is on hiatus, until I get another wave of inspiraiton. I'm so sorry, but I'm working on a bunch of other stuff right now.
My Views on Twilight
I think almost everyone went through a Twilight phase. Mine came in sixth grade, when I finished the Twilight series in a week, fell head-over-heels for Edward Cullen, and thought I related to Bella in every way possible.
Maybe I would have never gotten out of my Twilight phase if it weren’t for Breaking Dawn. Reading that book gave me a fresh perspective on Twilight – I was able to see the situation through Jacob’s eyes. And in reading from his perspective, I realized just how messed up the Twilight universe was.
The aspect that drew me to Twilight was its characters. Meyer had a created a great and diverse cast. First off there was shy little Bella, naïve and painfully awkward, average and relatable, and willing to believe the good in everyone. Then came Edward, who was unbearably handsome, but firmly believed that he was a monster, and undeserving of love or redemption. And then, his family. There was Carlisle, who was so good and giving, yet had to face the fact that he turned others into fearsome creatures. And Esme, his kind and gentle wife, who never knew the joy of being a mother, and created her own family instead. There was Jasper, burdened with his dark past, and tormented by the scent of human blood, and Alice, who put up a cheerful, bubbly front so that no one could see the effect that being abandoned by her family and locked up in an asylum had on her. Then there was lovely, but ice-cold Rosalie, who was raped by her fiancé and his friends, and aches for a human existence, and her husband Emmett, the fun-loving and instantly likable man, who deep inside, still doesn’t know what he did to deserve his amazing wife.
I could write pages more about all the characters, but I hope you understand the sort of depth and complexity that I saw in each and every one of them. But what breaks my heart is, Meyer completely threw these characters that she created into the dumpster. She ignored all their flaws and quirks, turning them flat, and giving each of them what they wanted. There was almost no conflict between them, no friction, no bump in the road. They all got their happily ever afters, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but their personalities, wants, and needs, were all ignored. Meyer created a completely unrealistic and nauseating conclusion which did not leave me feeling satisfied. Ugh, I’m not good with words, but if you want more on how much she failed, go to Amazon and read the most helpful one-star reviews for Breaking Dawn.
Anyways, that’s why I dislike Twilight, I guess. However, I still respect and love every character, and I guess that’s why I write about them???? Idk, I don’t really understand why I do it, but I don’t really understand why I do a lot of things.
And of course, this is all opinionated. Feel free to PM me on your views, I’m always up for a good discussion.
So now I like the wolf pack a lot because their dynamic makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside, and Leah Clearwater is badass, so there’s that.
The list of all my ships is very complicated and actually quite disturbing, so I’ll just do everyone a favor and not put it up here.
This whole profile-thingy is getting ridiculously, embarrassingly long, so I’ll end it right here. Happy reading.
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