Author has written 11 stories for Newsies.
About the Author
A Cautionary Tale
I write fanfiction. I am not insane. Well, not yet.
I have been writing fanfiction on a semi-consistant basis since 2004. In looking back on my original work, I have determined that fourteen year-old girls should not be allowed to write fanfiction. Or write. Period.
Well, except for the good ones. Incidentally, I was not one of those.
But, alas I persevered and got better. The good ones stayed. The bad ones live in Private Computer File Land, of which Miss Mary Sue is president.
I write about David Jacobs. Period. I write David like he is an extension of myself - a male, sometimes gay extension of myself. This is why David Jacobs rules my universe, and occasionally pops up in my dreams to remind me to take my vitamins.
I direct you to the part where I said I wasn't insane. It's still true.
I write Jack sweet and simple, like a poetry-writing cowboy. All hail Javid - slashy or non.
I also have a weird tendency to write birthday fics for people. Which are often bad, but always fun. Read those - they're cotton candy for the brain. Brain candy, if you will.
But also read my stuff about how David is tortured and sarcastic. Extension of myself!
And I only killed Jack once. Though he could always die again.
Yet again, I direct you to the sentence telling you I'm not insane. I'm pretty sure it's still true.
I don't write Twilight anymore. Let's pretend that never happened.
I love semicolons. I love profanity. I write about marijuana useage. I write about eyes. I write about sunsets and sunrises and fears and hopes and dreams and ponies and rainbows. I don't write about true love, but temporary disctractions.
If you flame me, I will make your mother cry. If you tell me to update my clearly marked one shots, I will make you cry.
But I'm really a very nice person.
If you're a Newsies fan who's enjoyed the works of moseph or Brunette, then you're going to love
a collaborative effort by both authors writing as David Jacobs and Jack Kelly, respectively.