Author has written 2 stories for Alex Rider.
Okay, I guess this is where I talk about myself...
I'm a gun-slinging, plane flying, ass-whooping chick. Just kidding, I can barely shoot and I can't fly a plane. but I do kick some mean ass (my grandpa can actually both fly a plane and shoot. Wow, my grandpa is cooler than me. At least I could kick his ass).
On a more truthful note, I'm a hip-hop dancer, a daydreamer, a fighter, an adrenaline junkie, an artist of many mediums, and a college student.
my favorite stories are about spies, so anything I write will probably be Alex Rider based. Maybe Homelanders (if you haven't read the Homelander series I highly, highly, recommend it. It will blow your mind).
My favorite books/series are the ones above (The Homelanders being number 1), Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus (anything by Rick Riordan, actually). And some not-well-known books like Powerless and A Tangle of Knots. That last one caters to both my bookish side and my baking side.
Fave TV shows/movies: Prison Break, Burn Notice, Teen Wolf, everything Marvel, Psych, and The Vampire Diaries.
--If you're wondering why I haven't updated in a while--
Sometimes I go a long time without updating, because of fanfiction just not being the priority at the moment in my busy schedule, procrastination, or because of some writers block. If it's been a while, don't worry, I don't abandon stories. If I did I would announce it as a chapter so no one was left wondering, but I'm just not going to do that. If you want me to hurry it up, send me a pm or write a review. If I get messages telling me about how they're dying to read my stories, that's a pretty solid motivation for me to get to work.
Note: the following is something I saw on Monster Mads' profile. I agree with it 100% and I want it to be something that those who visit my profile see, so I'm copy and pasting it below. All credit to her :)
MY PHILOSOPHY ON REVIEWING
I firmly believe the reason this website has as many stories posted on it as it does is because of the people who review, and encourage the authors to continue their efforts. This is really them "paying" the author for free publications with feedback. My view on reviewing is similar to my view on paying for tickets on subways that run on the honesty system. Sure, you're not necessarily going to be checked or slapped with a fine if you don't pay, but if nobody ever paid, then the company running the subway would no longer have any reason to maintain it or share it with the public. It would close down.
Anyway, because of the baffling view-to-review ratio I always notice when checking out traffic, I can't help but adore the people who post something like "update soon" in addition to people willing to up the word count a little more. I guess another good metaphor would be a charity bakery that's by donation. Everybody gets the same cupcake but not everyone leaves the same amount in donation. So you can think of it as the difference between a $0.15 donation (short simple reviews) versus a $5.00 donation (long, detailed reviews) or you can think of it as the difference between $0.15 and nothing, because even $0.15 reviews add up with the kind of traffic this website generates! (And I am not ashamed to admit that I compare the amount of reviews I get for a new chapter with the previous chapters' numbers...)
Also, even short reviews help you hit huge milestone moments like 50 reviews, then a 100, then 200, and so on, and that's a really wonderful feeling! But if you're feeling generous...
THINGS I LOVE LOVE LOVE READING IN A REVIEW FOR ONE OF MY STORIES (or, how to review a story if you don't know where to start)
But honestly? I don't really care what the person puts in the review -- I'm just stoked to get any kind of feedback!
Sure, it's very nice of fanfiction writers to give out free writing and devote so much time to a profitless profession, but let's face it: we do it because we like it, and we publish it for the attention we receive. So we owe just as much to the reviewers as they owe to us!