Author has written 8 stories for CSI, Gilmore Girls, X-overs, and Harry Potter.I never thought I’d be inclined to write fanfiction; I thought writing original stories was the only way to go. However I have discovered that fanfiction gives me the chance to develop my powers of observation and of word-play much more than original fiction has done in the past. Now I write both.
While the creative outlet I do more seriously is composing music, I have a passion for words that cannot be suppressed. Combine that with a fascination with psychology and human behaviour and you get a budding writer whose only goal is to write realistic human interaction using brilliant prose. My greatest gift is the English language and I try to do it justice with my writing.
The characters I have begun with, seeing as they are the ones I know best, are those from Gilmore Girls. This is because Rory, Lorelai, and Jess (predominantly) are comical but rely on their character and emotions to make a plot. That’s a difficult combination to pull off and I am enjoying dabbling in it.
My aim is to write the most realistic stories possible. That can be with regard to plot, characterisation, dialogue, thought-processes, anything. My first story, Lightning Crashes, diverged into my attempt to give a tone of intimacy and desire so it is perhaps not as real as it could be.
All of this said, I enjoy writing parodies too, mostly of terrible Harry Potter stories I've read. If I say it's intentionally bad, it is.
Lastly: I am one of the few people around who encourages flames and criticism. Obviously I don’t want to know if you hate Jess because there’s really not a lot I can do with the characters given to me, but comments on my style, characterisation, word-choice, genre-choice, etc, would be so much appreciated. It’s the only way I can improve since while I’m writing the stories, I can’t see what’s wrong with them. Tell me what I did wrong and I will try to fix it.
Don't rehearse, this is the last verse