Author has written 69 stories for Batman, Young Justice, Batman, Rise of the Guardians, Transformers/Beast Wars, Firefly, Justice League, Harry Potter, Batman Beyond, Zootopia, Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars, Voltron: Legendary Defender, Merlin, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Oh goodness, this is where I write about myself, isn't it? Man, these things get old after a while...
Well, greetings readers, I am the Triscribe, writer of threes. I hail from the American state of Texas, though nine years of growing up in New York often colors my wording. My father belongs to the world of computers, my mother to the realm of farmer folk, and neither of them mix anymore, except when concerning me. I cannot wait to finish High School, this being my senior year, and get out of my town, out of this state, and out of their reach!
I will admit it: Fan fiction is my new guilty pleasure. I have several original projects waiting on me, including a completed fantasy trilogy that needs to be illustrated, as well as my schoolwork, but this is as good a place as any to dump the stories in my head that tweak characters from other people's worlds. At the moment, this seems to only involve heroes of the DC comics and animated universes.
Genres I Appreciate (for Reading, Watching, Writing, and Drawing purposes):
-High Fantasy (Ex: Lord of the Rings, Inheritance Cycle, Edge Chronicles, and a boatload of others)
-Modern Fiction (Superheroes, mainly. DC, Marvel, and some independents)
-Sci Fi (Ex: Firefly, Star Wars, the Vorkosigan Saga)
-A bit of Post-Apocalyptic (Who doesn't like humanity surviving after world wide catastrophes?)
Anybody wants to read some of my own stories or view art pieces can find them at musingsofthetriscribe.blogspot.com and/or search for Triscribe on DeviantArt.com
Guess who got to the university of her choice a week and half ago? /triumphant grin
Sadly, being immersed in college life means I'll have even less time for fan fiction than I have in last several months - majoring in Creative Writing means I ought to be returning to my personal projects a fair amount even when I'm not doing homework for Math or Anthropology (blech). But there is hope! I've discovered than receiving comments really does help motivate the creative juices, and requests for more chapters of certain stories does the same to an even greater degree. So, drop a PM sometime, or even just the standard story reviews, and I guarantee something is likely to come of it. :)
Dang, if I'd known how popular The Future Not Remembered was going to be, I'd have finished and posted it ages ago. Anyhow, I've decided I'll do more stories with this Young Justice futureverse of mine - starting with introductory tales for the next generation, and then some of their adventures as they grow older. Continuations is also going to go on being updated, likely over each weekend, and I promise to at some point work on further chapters for A Cybertron For All and You Can't Take the Sky From Me. Those latter two just happen to have really, really looong chapters, and it takes a fair amount of motivation to dive back into 'em.
In other news, I've signed up for NanoWriMo again this year, with the intention of using it to write the entire Hard Facts, Simple Truths story, which will start being posted likely in December or January. That monster is going to be epic, I just know it...
In other Other news, I've finally found something on this site I don't mind copying into my own profile. I've always been a big fan of the saying "Why is it called common sense when it's so rare?" and this goes along with that quite nicely.
OBITUARY FOR THE LATE MR. COMMON SENSE
Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense,who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.
He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as: Knowing when to come in out of the rain; why the early bird gets the worm; Life isn't always fair; and Maybe it was my fault.
Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge). His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6 year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.
Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children. It declined even further when schools were required to get Parental consent to administer Calpol, sun lotion, or a band-aid to a student; but could not inform parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.
Common Sense lost the will to live as the Ten Commandments became contraband; churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims.
Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.
Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.
Common Sense was preceded in death by his parents, Truth and Trust; his wife, Discretion; his daughter, Responsibility; and his son, Reason.
He is survived by his 3 stepbrothers; I Know My Rights, Someone Else Is To Blame, and I'm A Victim. Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone. If you still remember him, pass this on. If not, join the majority and do nothing.
A moment of silence.
ONLY TWO WEEKS LEFT IN MY FIRST SEMESTER AT COLLEGE! I'm excited about this, just in case you couldn't tell.
I think I've finally recovered a bit from Nanowrimo, and am very eager to jump right back into my current stories. Hopefully, the three weeks I'll have at Winter Break will provide the time I need to finish up some other projects, which I'll then start to post on here. Transformers are once again a prominent fandom in my life, but Harry Potter and Young Justice aren't too far behind, so we'll be seeing a lot of them over the next couple months.
In case I don't update this thing before then, have a great holiday season, folks! And always make sure to watch out for snowplows!
(P.S. My Young Justice Futureverse characters are slowly but surely having their portraits posted to my account on DeviantArt, and I highly suggest you go take a look if that's a fandom you're interested in!)
Another year, a new semester at college, and yet more stories and illustrations to work through... And I wouldn't have it any other way. :)
At the moment, though, I want to copy and paste a couple of lists I've found on other profile's here, and which strike particularly close to my heart. Such as this one:
Ways to know if you are a writer…
You talk to yourself a lot - Check.
When you talk to yourself you often talk to yourself like you're talking to someone else - Also check.
You live off of sugar and caffeine. - The vending machine downstairs can attest to that.
Your texts tend to be extremely long and completely random. - Well, not always, but quite often, yes.
When replying to a text, you never actually get to the point of it. - Yes I do! (Just, not all the time...)
No matter where you are in your room you'll never have to get up to get a pen/pencil and paper. - Extra large check.
The letters on your keyboard are wearing off. - Sadly, this gets a check as well.
You constantly start talking in third person, past, present, or future, or Shakespearian where you start adding it to the end of every word. - Not yet.
You make lists of things you are going to write about, then start laughing for no apparent reason - ...Check.
Your friends stopped looking at you funny when you laugh for no apparent reason a long time ago. - So many checkmarks that they continue on the next line...
Your mood depends on what’s going on in your story. - Check. Which doesn't help when I'm writing sad, death scenes.
The most social interaction you get in a day is the conversations you write between your characters. - Since coming to college, yes (but don't tell my mother!)
You forget that not everyone spends their free time writing. - Unfortunately, yes.
You’re in a tough situation and you think, “What would my character do?” - And another check.
And then there's this one:
I am the girl that doesn't go to school dances, or games, and when I do go, I sit in a corner and read a book.
I am the girl that spends most of her free time reading, writing, or doing other activities that most teenagers wouldn't call normal.
I am the girl that people call weird and a freak either behind my back or to my face.
I am the girl that doesn't spend all her time on Facebook, or talking to a girlfriend on a cell phone or regular phone.
I am the girl that has stopped to smell the flowers and jump and splash in the rain.
I'm the kind of girl who would rather love a guy from a book than in real life.
I am the kind of girl who lives in her own world.
I am the kind of girl who keeps my secrets to myself.
I am the kind of girl that will smile like I'm fine when I'm not.
Make you laugh when you want to cry.
Worry about someone more than myself.
Fall over laughing at the dumbest things.
Always forgive but never forget.
BUT I am also the girl who knows and is proud to be who she is, doesn't care if people call her weird (it's a compliment), who loves reading and writing and doing the things that no one seems to have the time to do any more, who loves and is obsessed with books, who can express herself better with words than actions, who doesn't talk much in a social setting.
I'm a girl who hides behind my books and writings, and doesn't care what others think.