Author has written 37 stories for Misc. Comics, Smallville, and Wrestling.
Oh my gosh, I haven't written a fan fic in almost seven years!
What can I say, the WWE brought me back to fanfiction.
Disclaimer: The following are works of an over active imagination based on fictional characters. I hold absolutely no shares, interest or ties in any of the companies that produce these characters. I don't know any of the people who portray these characters in real life. I'm simply making stuff up and exaggerating any realistic event. These stories are for entertainment purposes only.
And These Feelings : Roman Reigns x Seth Rollins - Complete
One O' Clock In The Morning: Dean Ambrose x Seth Rollins -Complete
Iris: Dean Ambrose x Roman Reigns, ya know I was searching and I found that there was a severe lack of stories with these two as the main characters, so I decided to write one! - Complete
Just One More Time: Dean/Seth/Roman - Complete
Chemistry: Dean/Seth/Roman - Complete
Chemistry II: Dean/Seth/Roman - Complete
Precinct 59: Dean Ambrose/Chris Jericho - Complete
Summer Rain: Seth/Roman - Complete
My Immortal: Dean/Seth/Roman - Complete
Precinct 59 Spinoff: The Punk and Roman Story - Complete
Baby Boy: Dean/Seth/Roman - Complete.
Down The Rabbit Hole: Seth/Roman - Complete.
Drunk In Love: Seth/Roman - Complete.
7 Minutes In Heaven: Dean/Roman - Complete.
Spilling The Tea: Dean/Seth/Roman - Complete.
Raw Fallout: Dean/Roman - Complete
Daddy's Boys: Randy/Seth - Complete
Summer Solstice: Roman/Seth - Complete
Aries Rising: Randy/Seth - Complete
Prom King: Roman/Seth - Complete
Champagne Kisses: Roman/Seth - Complete
Roses and Fire: The Sister Abigail Story - In Progress
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Hmmm, I like emotionally torturing my characters, lol. I like writing emotionally complex subjects especially the main characters. I try not to make them one dimensional e.g. all out good or bad guy, but a more relatable, flawed human character.
Precinct 59 is my baby. It's my flagship story if you will. I went through many writing pains to get that story out. But in my personal opinion some of the best writing I've ever done.
Baby Boy is what I call a wrestling fanfiction cult classic. Easily my most popular story by far and people are still talking about and using phrases in their stories. Baby Boy is a romantic comedy. Romantic Comedy.
Summer Solstice: The growing pains of discovering your sexuality during a summer of your teenage years.
Roses and Fire: The Sister Abigail Story: I knew when I wanted to write this story that no one would read it. Simply because it doesn't involve any slash or gay sex. But I felt that this was a story that needs to be told and that I'm going to tell it. And it's true, this story has the least amount of views for any story that I've written. But those who gave it a chance I thank you. Because honestly, this is my best work to date and I thank all of you who leave reviews that agree with that statement. This is not a fast paced story. This is a story about a boy's journey to manhood and finding himself as he battles mentally with strong supernatural forces who want him to walk their chosen paths but ultimately Bray has to choose his own destiny. (No Gay Smut here)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do you take requests?
Q: Would you write a story about me and a wrestler even if I ask very nicely?
Q: What's your next story going to be about?
A: Not a clue.
Q: Do you do collabs with other writers?
Q: How do you draw people in with your stories?
A: I make it a point to have something happen in every chapter. There is no such thing as a filler chapter in my book.
Q: How do you not get stuck in writing your stories?
A: I plan before I write. Before I start a story, I figure out how it is going to end. Then I just have to fill in along the way. I never start a story because some bright idea hit me and I have no direction to go a few chapters in. I owe people who read my stories better than that.
Q: How do you write a good story?
A: First things first. Proper grammar and spelling. Readers are usually forgiving if they spot a couple of errors but a whole story full of grammatical mistakes and spelling errors isn't going to cut it. Learn how to pace your stories. Don't rush to the big payoff to quickly and conversely don't throw in too many roadblocks that it becomes convoluted. People tend to lose interest that way.
Q: How do you get reviews?
A: Reviews are wonderful. But generally speaking people review if they are moved to do so. If you read a story that you genuinely enjoy leave a review for that author and sometimes the author repays the favour. Please note I said GENUINELY, don't leave reviews asking other authors to come and read yours. That's considered to be in bad taste.