Author has written 26 stories for Mighty Ducks, Princess Diaries, Harry Potter, Misc. Movies, King Arthur, and Robin Hood BBC.
I'm Helen, I'm 20 but don't want to grow up, and I'm a final year university student struggling through the last few weeks of my degree. Enter fan fiction, a successful form of procrastination, and a way to keep my imagination alive whilst its bored stiff from reading a million textbooks.
Likes : Hockey, writing, travelling, roast potatoes, ice skating, Starbucks, Canada, reading, watching movies, tennis, hanging out with friends.
Dislikes : People who are - ignorant, racist, sexit, homophobic, narrow-minded, smelly. Brussel sprouts,hockey players that don't finish checks, changing rooms at swimming pools, people who spit, black pens.
Books: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, A Crack in Forever, His Dark Materials, chick lit!
TV: Robin Hood, Top Gear, Home and Away, Friends, X Factor!
Movies: LOTR, Pirates of the Caribbean, Miracle, Mighty Ducks, American Pie trilogy – anything that isn’t scary or gory!
I love getting reviews - I think everyone does - and obviously praise is brilliant, but constructive criticism is very useful too. I have been helped out by criticism in the past, so I will give it to others if I think it is important. If I think a story is good then I will say so, but if I have any advice then I'll share it; in my opinion, thats the point of putting stories out there in the public eye. And I'm not being mean, just trying to help. Having said that, my biggest pet peeve in the world is people holding their stories to ransom and saying "I'll only update if I get five reviews." You should write for your own pleasure as well as recognition from others. So I tend not to review if people do that.
I like writing for hockey fandoms like Miracle and Mighty Ducks. My new obsession is the BBC series of Robin Hood, which I love, and at the moment it is all I’m writing.
My big project at the moment is a trilogy I am writing featuring my OC, Cassie, who hopefully isn’t too Mary Sue. They should be read in this order:
I also have Adventures at Oak Tree in the works, which is an AU fic featuring the outlaws in a modern day Nottingham sixth form, suffering the trials and tribulations of teenage life whilst standing up to a strict head teacher, a sadistic head of year, and a bitter Guy Gisborne.