Author has written 20 stories for His Dark Materials, Enchanted, Bones, Doctor Who, Haven, Sleepy Hollow, Maze Runner Trilogy, and Dark Artifices.
Wow, time for a profile rehaul, since I'm about to go to my 5 year high school reunion and up until a few minutes ago this said I was a senior in high school. Whoops!
So, a little about myself. I'm a college graduate with a BA in English and little idea with want I want to do with my life--besides write. Thanks to the wonders of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Write Month--google it!) I've now got four novels in various state of disrepair, including my senior thesis which I'm currently trying to polish up enough to attempt publication. My great love is really my fantasty/sci fi trilogy + prequel that I'd love to see in print someday, but I've got to write the final book and then revise like crazy before that might happen.
Aside from writing, in my spare time I raise peafowl (the plural of peacocks--no joke!), volunteer extensively for the American Cancer Society to help organize my local Relay for Life, and read far too much fanfiction. My fandoms have shifted greatly through the years (His Dark Materials, Mummy Returns, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, Gilmore Girls, Batman Begins, Superman, Lost, Heroes, Enchanted, Chuck... oh such a list!) but my current obsession is Bones. Watching all four seasons in just a couple of months has been one of my crowning achievements since graduating from college (thank you TNT, and the wonders of syndication).
For as long as I remember I've always expanded upon things I read and watch in my head, but rarely does the muse strike me to actually write this down. But on occasion she bites hard, and suddenly it's the week before my Relay for Life, a college friend is coming to visit me for five days, and I'm frantically scrambling to try and synthesize all my feelings about the Bones finale and everything that came before it. And so "Every Lament is a Love Song" was born, which I admit is kinda my manifesto on the Bones universe in one angst filled but fluff covered package.
It's quite likely that at some point some connected one shots in the "Lament" universe shall appear, because writing Booth & Brennan is just so darn fun, but for the moment I need to return to my original fiction.
As you can probably tell if you read Lament, I have trouble being brief.