Author has written 26 stories for Fairy Tail.
Thanks for the visit.
I wrote and published a book. I would LOVE if you would give it a look, see if it's something you'd be interested in reading. You can find it by going to Amazon and searching for The Abolition of Caden Hail or by checking out my Facebook page where you will find a direct link. www.facebook.com/Kaitlin-Corvus-1526181161006368/
I have physical copies that can be signed and delivered all around the world or there is an ebook version.
Of course, you can always PM me for details.
I have a twitter and tumblr I never use. Social media is a 'needs improvement' area for me for sure. But... you can find me by searching for KaitlinCorvus on Twitter and Ravenstyx on Tumblr. Or if you want to see my bad photography and narcissism in the form of shameless selfies, I've been known to frequent Instagram as Kaitlin.Corvus
Just a note: If you've decided to read Bred-in-the-Bone, you may first wish to check out Guilty, as it acts as sort of a prologue. The sequel is Brimstone Garden, which is ongoing.
All of my stories are Rated M. They're dark, angsty, violent and sexy in some shape way or form.
I have a couple of eh... series, I suppose. The first being one I've affectionately dubbed, 'Gold, Guns and Girls'. It goes as follows: The Monster and the Man (a Jerza) Noir (a Miraxus) and Pandora's Box (a Bixana)
My NaLu one, as mentioned above, Guilty, Bred-in-the-Bone, Brimstone Garden
A 1950s gangster AU called Sweet-Rot, followed by Speed the Collapse
And then there is my modern cop AU, Cardinal, and its counterpart Nightshade
Other stores that go hand-in-hand are Heartbreak Grows in the Garden, and Stars in the Sky
None of the above necessarily have to be read in order, they could be stand-alones if you don't want to make the commitment.
I've had a problem with plagiarizers recently. Please don't steal my work. Please. My stuff is kind of on the out-there side of things and it's not always well-received. At times, I take a lot of garbage. It's wearing. And then to know that someone has taken my work and posted it as their own... Really, it's a shot in the guts. Respect creators and respect yourself, too. Your own words have value that people will love. You have your own stories to tell, you own skeletons to bare. You don't have to pretend to be someone you're not.
ON A PERSONAL NOTE:
I am a dark fantasy author, an environmental technician and a taxonomist in real life. I am married.
I love wildflowers.
I love books.
I love cows.
I hate melted cheese.
I hate hornets (they're like, the only animal I do hate, seriously. They're bastards.)
I hate making lists that don't have balancing numbers (two and two, three and three and so on).
What else is there to say? My work is dark. I stopped trying to make it light long ago. I hope you find something you enjoy.