Author has written 6 stories for Batman, Lord of the Rings, X-Men: The Movie, and 21 Jump Street.
Hey, guys, I'm thenerdnextdoor.
I enjoy fanfiction - reading and writing - movies, books, and games.
"Live in the present, remember the past, and fear not the future, for it doesn't exist and never shall. There is only now." - Saphira; The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini.
Chapter 9 now up!
I've left all my stories so long without an update, and this should have been the first to get one but unfortunately I keep having mind blanks so the update went to my X-Men one! Hopefully this will be the next to get an update and I'll get my system back on track.
Chapter 9 is up!
I felt bad for leaving every story so long without an update and this story was freshest in my mind, so I knocked out another chapter as quickly as I could for you all and I hope it's satisfactory enough!
Chapter 3 is up! No ETA for ch4 since I need to write a chapter for my LOTR story first.
Have a few ideas bouncing around in my head but no cause for getting anyone's hopes up; uni and ongoing stories taking priority at the moment; no E.T.A for next one-shot as one not currently in the making.
Ashley Montgomery is an interesting teenager, to say the least. From detentions to fist-fighting with some random girl under a shady club, she hides many a secret and barely has enough affection - if you could even call it that - for the people closest to her. Throw in a pair of job-loving, perfection-demanding, neglectful parents, an infuriating queen bee, a head teacher too concerned for her own good, a bitter opponent, a morally-sound best friend, and a car she loves more than life itself, Ashley has enough on her plate.
While dealing with the dramas of her family life and secret life and school life, she must also consider the new student in her year, Logan Hunter. Seeming as much of a delinquent as her, she's not sure whether they'll clash or click, or if she'll have to start dealing with the dramas of her previously non-existent love life too on top of everything else.
One thing's for sure: her last year of high school is going to be one to remember, unfortunately.