Author has written 13 stories for Pretty Little Liars, and Glee.
Hello. I'm Kayson. The numbers following my name are my birthday (25 March 1999). I'm an Aries who thinks she should've been a Libra.
I kind of like PLL (sometimes) and my cousin Rav has been asking me to write a fanfic for Faking It. I may do it. Eventually.
I also like Lana Del Rey and Marina and the Diamonds so...I talk about them a lot.
Most of my fanfics are also based off of songs.
Alright, well, if you can, please check out some of my stories. If not...okay.
Instagram (I just post pictures of nature and stuff if you're into that): @kayson3259
And I have eleven stories posted as of now:
Forget Me Not by me: Spoby (because I'm obsessed) and their daughters. Read to find out.
Begin Again also by me: Spoby, AU. Andrew is a jerk. Hanna is typical Hanna, except for when she's not. Aria gets pregnant. I spoiled everything.
Everything Has Changed can you guess this is by me?: Spoby, AU, sequel to "Begin Again". Andrew is being a jerk again. Chanel is being annoying. Aria is being a good mommy. Jason is being adorable. Haleb is adorable. Spoby is less than adorable. Since I'm guessing that nobody is reading this right now, they don't get engaged. Oops, I spoiled it again. Also...pregnancy. Coming right up.
Enchanted this one isn't by me...jk, it is: Fabrastings (OMG, NOT SPOBY, KAYSON?!?!) So...Quinn and Spencer meet at college and stuff happens. I'm still not sure. Don't kill me. I didn't abandon this; I just have writer's block.
Teen Idle by Kayson: I think my underrated piece of work, since I consider this one one of my favorites, but on a whole it's probably pretty mediocre...
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by the homeless guy who sleeps next to the microfiche: My pathetic attempt at writing Ezria, Haleb, and Spoby in one shot. I'm sorry, it's shoddy, but basically: the first time they saw their loves' faces, the first time they kissed, and the first time they did sexual things. Yup.
Spoby One-Shot Collection by someone else: To celebrate how awesome Spoby is, this is a year's worth of mediocre one-shots about the lovely Spoby, with updates starting on Nov. 6th (of 2013) and ending on Nov. 6th (of 2014). There should be about 170 one-shots by its completion.
Maybe It's Fate by Mowgli Cavanaugh: A fluffy one-shot of Spoby on Valentine's Day.
Stay Stay Stay by Pandora Cat Cavanaugh: A mostly fluffy threequel (and final installment of the Red trilogy) to Begin Again/Everything Has Changed. Married Spoby!
How to Be a Heartbreaker by Missy Cavanaugh: Spencer and Hanna are involved in a shady profession and meet Toby and Caleb on the way. But when the girls get mixed up in a murder, everything starts to go downhill for them. Haleb-centric with a lot of Spoby as a secondary couple. And a lot of Hanna.
The Pretty Lies, The Ugly Truth by moi: A one-shot centered around Mona. Based off of Teen Idle by Marina and the Diamonds.
"You fail only if you stopped writing." -Ray Bradbury
"Don't be so familiar and so much into the details. Keep people dreaming. Close the window, and make them wonder." -Celine Dion
"Life imitates art far more than art imitates life." -Oscar Wilde
"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain." -Bob Marley
"I'm not afraid of God; I am afraid of man." -Marina Diamandis
"Without music, life would be a mistake." -Friedrich Nietzsche
"I live my life in bitterness, and fill my heart with emptiness. And now I see; I see it for the first time. There is no crime in being kind." -Marina Diamandis
"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." -Ernest Hemingway
"It's okay to say you've got a weak spot; you don't always have to be on top. Better to be hated than loved for what you're not." -Marina Diamandis
"When writing a novel, a writer should create living people; people, not characters. A character is caricature." -Ernest Hemingway
"Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes, I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape all the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation." -Graham Greene