Author has written 16 stories for Phantom of the Opera, and Avatar.
2/11/2014: So I've done quite a bit of editing over the last few months. Outside of the complete rewrite of the "Martyr" ending, most of it won't be that noticeable. The earliest stories were just cleaned up a little bit. I trimmed WAIL down by about 20K words, but I'd be surprised if anyone noticed. Haha. It was a very wordy story. I did some edits to Shadow Government that shouldn't be too noticeable, except for Chapter 39, the "love scene." I rewrote parts of that chapter, and I think it's more effective now.
My current project is Accompaniment. I'm still feeling this story out. One reason I'm excited about it, though, is that there is a villain who's hopefully worthy of Erik. I'm taking lots of inspiration from "Paranormal Activity" and "The Exorcist."
About Me and My Fandom: So it looks like I've been writing here for nearly nine years, which is hard to believe. As is pretty obvious from one glance at my stories, my main writing inspiration is Phantom of the Opera and E/C is my ship. I like to read a few other fandoms and pairings sometimes, but POTO seems to be the only one that draws me to write. Leroux and Kay are my favorites, but I like parts of the Stage Phantom as well.
I discovered POTO in 2003 through the OLC CD. I think I will always hear a bit of Michael Crawford's voice in my head when I think of Erik's voice. After that, I quickly read Kay and Leroux. And then I found fan fiction in early 2004 as only a reader. I remember the archive only having about 1,000 stories and then the movie came out. Suddenly, there were tons of new stories. While I'm not quite a fan of the movie, I appreciate the fact that it introduced so many new people to POTO and expanded the fandom. As far as "Love Never Dies" and all the more recent changes--I suppose I've become more "live and let live" in my older age. I have my opinions, but that is really all they are.
Thank you for all your continuous reviews and favorites. I love writing, and it will always be an important part of my life.
10/26/2013: I am so excited to share more beautiful drawings from H.J.F. with you, this time of "When All is Lost" Erik and Christine. Erik is especially...wow. He is unmasked, shirtless, and highly accurate. If you have not read "When All is Lost," please note that this is a very disfigured version of Erik. Wonderful work! Thank you, H.J.F!
06/29/2013: Here is H.J.F's beautiful drawing of Shadow Government Christine.
Biskuits has done another lovely drawing from "When All is Lost." She drew the scene in Chapter 58 where E/C are sitting beneath the stairs. I especially like the coloring and Erik's hands. Take a look!
Biskuits did a lovely sketch of Erik and some of the other characters from "When All is Lost." I especially think she did a great job with Erik :) Enjoy!
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