Author has written 162 stories for Daria, Wrestling, and Harry Potter.
And the savior said "Go out and kick the heads of those who do not believe. You will be baptized in Baby Oil in the name of the Ted and the Cody and the Randall Keith. For whoever does not believe in me will be RKO'd, but those who do believe will attain glory in the upper midcard." - Book of Orton, Chapter 4 verse 11.
What will I attain if I become a true believer, Lord Orton?
Should you choose to follow the good word of Orton, you will reach true meaning in life and secure a spot in the wonderful glory of the upper mid card. Your name shall blaze across the screen at the heavenly 10:30PM slot of WWE's Raw, next to our savior, the Son Cody and the Holy Ted. You will obtain everlasting heel status that will fulfill your every dream and take part in crushing the heads of the evil demons Cena and Batista. Amen.
Alright I do write Slash, or Man on Man. Although I have been known to do some Het, it's just that those fics are few and far between. In fact I only have four COMPLETELY het stories for Wresting. Those being 'This isn't in the Job Description', 'Writers Block', 'Broken Bones' and 'Gotta Be Somebody'. With that being said all my other stories are slash and more often than not Matt Hardy/Chris Jericho. I do write other pairings but those are my OTP and get the most attention. I have been known to write some Hardycest, but there is really only one fic where it's blatant, 'The Best Gift'. So if Hardycest ain't your thing, steer clear of that one, and maybe 'Once Bitten'. (I forgot I had Hardycest in that one too)
Matt/Triple H (otp)
Me? What about me is interesting? Ummm nothing really, I'm a single momma that likes to read fanfiction and occasionally write some. My muses tend to wander in and out and when caught in their death grip, or rather their Chokeslams as the case may be right now, I can't get any rest until it's jotted down. I live in a small town in Ohio, so small that the streets roll up at night. Got a photobuck account and working on some banners. Here's a couple that I've done, nothing great mind you still learning the software. XD
That lovely avatar up there was done by my good friend BarbedWireBrat. She is an awesome artist, so please do not steal!
Random Rant:Alright I'm tired of hearing people say that Kane needs his mask on to be the monster that he used to be. Face the facts, he's not going to put it back on, besides he'd look ridiculous with it now, and if they put a wig on it it would look horrible. Now I'm a HARDCORE Kaneanite and love both versions. But I'd prefer to see his sexy smirk as he destroying his opponent in the ring. To me here are the pros of both incarnations. Masked Kane:You never seen his face, so if he was to take his mask off he could sneak up and beat the hell out of you and you would never know it was him. I think that was the biggest draw, if they wanted an "unkown" wrestler to come out and beat the hell outta some jobber they could have used Kane only without the mask and no one would have been he wiser. UnMasked Kane:With out his mask you can seen every expression on his face. You can seen his lip curl back into that sinister grin that shows the satisfaction that he's feeling as he destroys his opponent. His face is so expressive, to put it back behind the mask is a crime against nature. Now I know that this these are my opinions and not everyone feels the same. I just had to vent, and doing it on FanNation or whatever they're calling it now is only asking to get banned.
9/3/2008: Can't wait for Sunday, my sis, my friend and I are going to Unforgiven! (fangasisms for moment) Ok, that's out of the way, can't wait to see the unsanctioned match. Got seats near the stage...yea!
9/8/2008: Unforgiven was AWESOME! Our seats were the the ones up against the safety rail in front of the stage. We felt the heat off of the pyros and had a great view of everyone that stepped onto that stage. I even got to see Show, even though he beat Taker, I still cheered for him. I love that big guy. Anyways I uploaded some piccy's to my myspace page so head over and take a look if you want...there are some cool shots in there. And those are only a quarter of the ones I have. my sister has over 200, she was taking pictures of every match and every thing she could find. Definitely getting the DVD to see if they put my sister back talking to AFA Jr. She was acting like was going to go over the barrier and he started pounding his hand against his chest. I was laughing as they headed back, my sister wanted to get us murdered. Also uploaded a piccy of her that way if you get the DVD or seen it on TV. You can see the weirdo that was talking sh!t to almost everyone that came down that ramp.
Best line ever: "Can he bend you straight? 'Cause I've heard rumors." Todd Grisham to Matt Striker.
Best Quote: RoyalRumble '98, Jr about Bradshaw: "He is one big, young stud from the state of Texas."
YOU KNOW YOU'RE AN AUTHOR IF...
You talk to yourself a lot.
You talk to yourself about talking to yourself. (e.g. 'Why do I constantly ask my self random things?')
When you talk to yourself you often talk to yourself like you're talking to someone else. (e.g. 'Have you ever noticed that deliver could mean someones liver?')
After uttering a profound peice of wisdom like that above, you stare at the cookie in your hand with awe and say, 'Holy crap, this stuff is great for sugar highs...'
You live off of sugar and caffeine (the two greatest things ever discovered!)
You'll check your e-mail every day of the week and then disappear off the face of the earth.
You're e-mails tend to be pages long and incredibly random.
When replying to an e-mail, you'll never actually address the point of it.
You tend to collect Bic Sticks off the ground like picking pennies off the ground.
No matter where you are in a room you never have to get up to find a pen/pencil and paper.
The letters on your keyboard are wearing off.
Your friends and family think that you have carpal tunnel syndrome.
People think you have A.D.D.
You think it'd be cool to have A.D.D.
You constantly start talking in third person, present or past tense.
You start thinking about making lists like this and start giggling for no "apparent" reason
Your friends stopped looking at you funny for no apparent reason a loooooong time ago.
And FINALLY, the one way to tell if you're a good writer: You failed English 101.
Number your 12 favourite Superstars/Divas (In no order) and answer the questions!!
1) Kane 2) Matt Hardy 3) Chris Jericho 4)CM Punk 5) Edge 6) JBL 7) AJ Styles 8) Kevin Nash 9) Tyler Reks
10) Miz 11) Petey Williams 12) Jamie Noble
1) Have you ever read a Six/Eleven fanfic before?
2) Do you think Four is hot? How hot?
3) What would happen if Twelve got Eight pregnant?
4) Do you recall any fics about Nine?
5) Would Two and Six make a good couple?
6) Five/Nine or Five/Ten?
7) What would happen if Seven walked in on Two and Twelve having sex?
8) Make up a summary of a Three/Ten Fanfic.
9) Is there any such thing as a One/Eight fluff?
10) Suggest a title for a Seven/Twelve Hurt/Comfort fic.
AJ Styles/Jamie Noble-Hurt/Comfort..."Styles Clash" idk, I've never thought about a fic with those two.
11) What kind of plot would you use if you wanted Four to de-flower One
12) Does anyone on your friends list read Three het?
13) Does anyone on your friends list write Eleven?
No, none of my friends write Petey. -_-
14) Would anyone on your friends list write Two/Four/Five ?
15) What might ten scream at a moment of great passion?
16) If you wrote a song-fic about Eight, what song would you choose?
17) If you wrote a One/Six/Twelve fic, what would the warning be?
18) What might be a good pick-up line for Ten to use on Two?
19) How might Eleven describe a relationship between Two and Eight?
Petey Williams describing a relationship between Matt Hardy and Kevin Nash. Hmmm, "Mildly erotic, yet a complete fantasy"
20) How emo is Seven?
Yet more signs you might be afflicted with the condition known as WRITER:
You would rather talk to the voices in your head than the person sitting next to you.
You know the research librarian’s office, cell, and home phone numbers but can’t remember your own.
Some of the letters on your keyboard are completely worn off.
You would rather write than go out.
Your/you’re and their/there/they’re errors send you into an apoplectic fit.
You get cranky if you don’t get to write.
You’ve ever said, “The voices are getting louder; I must go write.”
When talking with others, you mentally edit their dialogue and compose tags and beats.
You’ve heard/seen something and thought, I need to write that down.
You’ve ever written a scene, outline, synopsis, or character sketch on a restaurant napkin . . . and it wasn’t a paper napkin.
You wake up in the middle of the night and scrabble for the pen and paper you keep next to your bed to write down a scene to make the voices be quiet so you can get some sleep.
You end an argument with your spouse by saying, “Oh, wait, I have to write this down–this is the perfect conflict for my characters! Now, repeat what you just yelled.”
Getting the scene finished is more important than food, coffee, or the bathroom.
You have a momentary reality lapse and mention your characters’ situation as a prayer request in Sunday school.
A blank wall becomes the screen where the scene you’re writing takes place right in front of your eyes.
The easiest way for you to deal with conflict is to go home and write it into your story.
You have filed and cross-referenced every issue of The Writer and Writer’s Digest you’ve ever received.
You purposely eavesdrop when out in public.
At parties, your method of making conversation is to discover people in the room with interesting occupations (preferably your hero’s or heroine’s) so you can conduct research.
You listen to the writer’s commentary on every DVD so that you can analyze his/her writing process.
You have a favorite line from every movie you’ve seen.
You can’t write because you’re mad at one of your characters.
You argue with said character.
You have a folder on your computer labeled “Ideas.” Some of the files within this folder have only one or two words or sentences and while they made perfect sense fifteen years ago, between the software changes in that period of time garbling half the words and your own faulty memory, you have no idea what it means or where you were going with it. But you keep it anyway because you never know, you might remember it eventually.
You drive three hours to a city where you don’t know anyone, spend another three hours driving around the city, then drive three hours home and decide NOT to set your story there.
You are more anxious about your mailman showing up an hour late than your kids.
The “sermon notes” section of the Sunday morning bulletin comes home every week filled in with ideas or scenes for your WIP.
The only magazine quiz you regularly fill out is the vocabulary quiz in The Writer—and you score at least 18/20 every time and cut it out to hang on your fridge.
Your idea of a vacation is going somewhere like Denver, Houston, Dallas, or Minneapolis to attend a writer’s conference, and you never leave the hotel.
You have a hard time explaining what you “do.”
You–hold on, I have to check my e-mail . . .
You do everything you can think of to procrastinate from writing, then turn the light on in the middle of the night and furtively write a few hundred words because you feel guilty for not writing.
You can predict the next line or conflict in just about every TV show/movie you watch.
You don’t meet “new friends”; you meet “potential characters.”
You stay in bed ten minutes after you wake up structuring the details of your dream into a novel synopsis, complete with character descriptions, setting, and costumes.
You’ve ever had to replace your bathroom flooring because you decided you could get a few thoughts written down while waiting for the bathtub to fill.
You have a cup or canister filled with pens and pencils in every room of the house—and yet you can never find a pen when you really need one. You also put the dry pens back in the cup, simply because it seems like a waste to throw away a perfectly good pen casing—one of these days, you might actually buy some refills.
Your non-writing friends/family don’t like going to the movies with you, because you don’t walk out saying, “Yeah, that was good,” you walk out saying, “If I’d written that, I would have . . .”
You spend more on “writing stuff” every year than you do on groceries and gas combined.
You text-message yourself while out and about so you won’t forget a great name, a piece of dialogue, or a story idea you saw/heard while you were out.
Conversations with friends start to include the question, “You’re not going to use that in your book, are you?”
You think Paul Bettany’s portrayal of Chaucer in A Knight’s Tale is one of the most brilliant characters ever put on film . . . and you often quote several of his lines:
Chaucer: I’m a writer.
Wot: A what?
Chaucer: A wha–a what? A writer. I write, with parchment, and ink. Geoffrey Chaucer’s the name, writing’s the game. You’ve read my book? the Book of the Duchess? No? Well, it was allegorical.
Roland: Well, we won’t hold that against you, that’s for every man to decide for himself.
Chaucer: I will eviscerate you in fiction. Every pimple, every character flaw. I was naked for a day; you will be naked for eternity.
Will: You lied . . .
Chaucer: Yes . . . yes I lied. I’m a writer, I give the truth scope!
In a group discussion/debate, you can can always see the other person’s point of view—literally. You’re composing their internal dialogue, visceral and emotional reactions while they talk.
You’re never bored, because your characters are always there to entertain you.