Author has written 24 stories for Make It or Break It, Glee, Camp Rock, Wizards of Waverly Place, Jessie, Criminal Minds, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Once Upon a Time, Harry Potter, Lab Rats, 2012, NCIS, and Hocus Pocus.
"Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don't try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It's the one and only thing you have to offer." - Barbara Kingsolver
Kudos & Thanks: A special thank you to all those who have taken the time to review any of my work. It totally makes my day knowing someone enjoys something I created. Same goes for those who read and don't leave a review. Really. All stories want to be read, and mine are no exception.
Current Works-In-Progress / Writing Soundtracks:
Not All Who Wander (Disney's Lab Rats - 8/?) He awakens alone, injured, in a vast span of wilderness. Something has gone wrong - that much he knows - that, and nothing else. Then come voices above. They are angry, and they want him dead. Driven by survival and fueled by instinct, what does he do now? Where can he go? Who can he trust? Just who is he? The truth may be more than he can handle. (Rated T for use of strong language and possible future content.)
Chapter 8 has now been posted. A HUGE thank you to all who have been so very patient with me regarding this one.
Disclaimer for all fan-fiction: All posted stories are non-profit, non-commercial works of fiction. These stories use characters from television shows, books or movies which I do not own. In no way do I take credit for creating these characters or any canon-based plot points involved. There is no copyright infringement intended for any of the works posted.
Be sure to read all warnings posted in each story. These warnings can be found both in the summary and, when possible, in author notes before individual chapters. While I tend to err on the side of caution with my story ratings, I also do my best to give readers ample notice for content.
"A story was a form of telepathy. By means of inking words onto a page, she was able to send thoughts and feelings from her mind to her reader's. it was a magical process, so commonplace that no one stopped to wonder at it." - Ian McEwan (Atonement)