Author has written 3 stories for Misc. Plays/Musicals, and Phantom of the Opera.
Just your average obsessed Phan. Okay, seriously, I've been into The Phantom of the Opera since I was about 12 years old. I finally saw the play when I was 15, but until then, my friend and I tried to watch every Phantom film there was. Some were better than others. We read Leroux and Kay, and even said whoever had the first daughter could name her Christine. Well, that's probably not going to happen, but either way, I never stopped loving the show or the books. The movie, well...that's another story. But there's always room for another story, that's why we're all here, right?
Enjoy, please review (I LOVE feedback), and honesty is appreciated. Hate it? Let me know. Love it? Do let me know! Think you can fix it? I can't promise I'll take your suggestions, but they're always welcome. The only thing I ask for is intelligent responses. Tell me what you think, be honest, but if you are reading my story you are ostensibly literate and can come up with a better response than "that's so STUPID! YOU'RE STUPID!" Which I've never gotten, but, you know, it's good to cover your bases.
I try to write clearly and stay well within the guidelines for ratings. So far, all of my stories are rated T, and I feelare well within the boundaries of that category.
For the Phantom stories, since I don't put the disclaimer on every entry, if you've read about them in Leroux or Kay, or seen them in any film or on stage, guess what? I don't own them! I don't pretend to own them, I don't make money off of them, you know the drill. However, I am protective of my original characters and would ask you not to steal them. Not that I think anyone would, but again...justbeing careful.
About me: I'm a recent college graduate and a newlywed. My husband doesn't understand my Phantom fixation (fixation is so much nicer than 'obsession,' right?), but he's very loving and supportive. :-) I've also recently introduced him to the Kay novel, which he liked. I'm in a profession where I get to write a lot, and participate in community theatre whenever possible. If I'm working on a story and you don't see an update for a few weeks (I'm trying to do an update a week), hey, probably in tech week, or close to it. :-) Never fear, the story will be finished!