Author has written 6 stories for Twilight.
I'm retired mum of two grown up daughters who have long flown the nest. I live in Surrey, England, but I'm originally from West London.
I caught the Fan Fiction bug after I 'discovered' Twilight, in the autumn of 2011. I got hooked on the films, the man and Fan Fiction not long after. Because I live near to London, I've been lucky enough to see Rob in real life five times. Twice at Q&A sessions for The Rover, once at a Bobby Long concert where he was in touching distance (I didn't), at the premiere for the Lost City of Z and finally at the premiere of Good Time at the BFI last autumn.
The Counsellor was my first attempt at writing anything longer than an essay. I always enjoyed writing and always regret not pursuing it earlier. I dedicate this to all people I've met either in real life or on the internet through the fandom.
My second story 'CSI Seattle WA' is dedicated to Steve and Mary Blair, who introduced me to the delights of Grissom and Co. while I was staying with them in Sydney. This story is still definitely more Twilight than CSI though. My fourth story is CSI Connecticut, the sequel to CSI Seattle. I had so many requests to carry the original story on and eventually gave in to pressure.
My third story 'Dreams and Fantasies' started off as a bit of fun, imagining what it would be like if someone actually had to live the fantasies of the people they met, but the story developed into something else. Still a lot of fun, but with added drama and a bit of angst. I hope you enjoy it.
My fifth story, Mods and Rockers, is set in 1964 in England. The 1960's a decade that fascinates me as so much was happening then. It's an exciting story and a history lesson at the same time.
My current story is Mysterious Graffiti which is set in Seattle and is about a guy who paints murals around the city but for an unusual reason.
I love reading and responding to your reviews and a sincere thank you to everyone who takes the time to do this. It really is a joy to receive them and also it's a necessary part of the route to becoming a better writer.
Thanks to everyone who has recommended my stories on The International House of FanFiction (RIP), A Different Forest, Rob Attack, The Lemonade Stand (blushing), TwiFanFiction, and numerous Facebook pages - I'm truly grateful for your support.
Joan - aka Michaelmas54