Author has written 6 stories for Supernatural, and Divergent Trilogy.
I don't see myself terribly interesting enough for anyone to want to read anything about me, but here I go anyway.
I've made up stories/fantasies in my head since junior high and when I got into Harry Potter in high school I finally started to write some of them down. Unfortunately I don't remember if I ever posted it on here before or not, but it's not on here now. Then I began starting a ton of original stories that never got anywhere because I found I needed inspiration to keep going. But when Divergent came out and I saw Jai Courtney as Eric, inspiration hit and so far it hasn't left me and I promised myself I would finally finish a story, and I did! And a few more after that thanks to Divergent.
I'm primarily a romance writer who likes to have some kind of action or other story plot going on in the story. I love the anti-hero and the bad boys who can be redeemed and that's usually how I portray Eric in my stories. I also really enjoy strong willed main female characters too. I'm not particularly fond of writing or reading fan fiction about characters who are already together in the books and that's why I tend to lean towards the characters who are more vague and put an OC in so I can have more freedom to be creative with the storyline and their personalities.
I love writing. It's an escape for me and even though it's hard work, I still enjoy it. I love being able to write down and share the scenes that go on in my head and I especially love it when other's like to read it. So thank you to everyone who has read any of my stories!
Also, I'm currently (trying) to write my own original story that I hope to one day try and get published, but we'll see where that goes. If you're interested in reading it, you can find it at https://www.fictionpress.com/s/3291812/1/The-Star-Sapphire. I'd love some constructive critique.
In an epic tale of romance and self discovery, Emmy is transported to a world completely different from her own. They think she's their saviour but they couldn't be more wrong.
Prince Christopher has been betrothed to Princess Bernadette since they were children but the eccentricities of the woman he is assigned to train and protect has him drawn in against his better judgement. Together, can they defeat Blaine?