Author has written 3 stories for Ever After, Captive Hearts, and Chronicles of Narnia.
I'm Emily Rachelle, the author of Christian novella Sixteen and a teenage girl in love with God and the world of words. My official bio:
Born in Panama, Emily Rachelle has traveled throughout the country and the world with her Air Force family. Currently, she lives with her parents and three brothers in middle Georgia. While Emily enjoyed reading as far back as she remembers, writing didn't come to her until she learned the forms of poetry and the basics of story in fourth grade. Since then, she's written scripts for homeschool dramas, poems for birthday presents, and stories for friends and family to enjoy. Sixteen is her debut into the professional world of words.
Check out the new trailer for Heart Torn in Two! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i7_8GbvILo
I've also made an inspiration playlist for those who are interested: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWw1TT4E2PwBe-y9JOrHBF304M5bqYGuN&feature=c4-feed-u
I'm not a huge fanfiction reader or writer, but I do enjoy it every once in a while. I've written three fanfictions posted here: one for the well-known Cinderella movie Ever After; one for a much more obscure World War 2 movie; and one currently running for Narnia. I've also written two Taylor Swift fanfictions not posted here due to the music copyright issues, and a fanfiction of my friend S.J. Aisling's character, not posted because the book isn't actually published yet. When it comes to reading fanfics, I have a variety of interests -- too many fandoms to list here. I view fanfiction as an exploration of all the possible paths a movie, book, or show could have taken, rather than canon. Because of this, I can enjoy (for example, from the Chronicles of Narnia) a Susan/Caspian story, a Caspian/Ramandu's daughter story, and a Susan/Warren story equally.
Only once have I read a fanfiction I accepted as canon. It was an amazing story of Cinna from The Hunger Games as a young man and how he went from just another man in a district to the fashion designer we know. It's rated M, not clean, and I can't say I agree with or vouch for everything in it. (Also, I haven't read the other four stories related to it, so I can't speak for those.) Still, if you want to read it for its amazing story and great writing, here's the link: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6958902/4/Five-Places-Cinna-Came-From
I'm very particular when reading fanfiction. The writing has to be very good grammatically and stylistically, but the story and characters must also be true to the original. When I do write my own fanfics I strive to keep up these standards as well.
As a Christian, I seek to keep my fanfics clean, but they will only contain religious elements if such elements hold true to the original book, movie, or show.
That's enough from me. Go enjoy the fanfics! :) And, really, I'm not as formal and uppity as I sound online... I'm just not quite used to writing up profiles, I guess.