Author has written 10 stories for Harry Potter, Final Fantasy VIII, Star Wars, Final Fantasy VII, and Chronicles of Narnia.
Real Name: Lizzie. (Hi!) :)
Sign: No Turn On Red...urm, Leo. (Rawr!)
Education: Poor...er, I mean...Senior, Slippery Rock University (History major)
Fandoms: Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Final Fantasy vii, viii, various anime now and then.
Edit/Note: I've disabled anon reviews. I was reluctant to do this, as I know there's plenty of people out there who just are honestly not logged in, giving an honest review. However, in recent tmes I've had it up to here with people who just want to flame me, and don't even have the simple courage to add a name I can respond to. Secondly, don't you dare preach to me. Fanfiction: it means we're making up stories about stories that are made up to begin with. I will not be run out for writing slash, nor will I be preached to. I'm sorry, but I'm sick of it. People: GROW UP.
Do people really read these bios? I'm not sure.
Upcoming Works (Since you can already see what I've done, now you can also know what I'm currently up to, you stalkers!)
Lost and Found, Chapter IV: If I got chapter III out, I can do chapter IV! This will probably be the end, but I got some more goodies up my sleeve for it.
A Hope in the Sky: If anyone ever read Peter's Throne, they'll remember the part with the banners. I didn't make those up lightly, you know. This is a Peter and Lucy sibling bonding fic, where Peter explains the different standards to his little sister, and why he thinks hers is the most important.
Mourning Hill: So I got talked into posting this one. I'm glad, I do love it, and now that I'm thinking about it again, I'm coming up with all sorts of ideas. :)
All the Silly Things: A Susan story...cause everybody gets one. No...I read 'The Problem of Susan' by Neil Gaiman (oh sure...the 800 pound gorilla gets to publish his fanfiction!) and it started me thinking...I'm going in about three different directions, and mostly in circles with this, but I can't get it out of my head. Lipstick and nylons had nothing to do with Susan being left behind...and everything to do with Aslan's love for her.
I know I often like to know what my favorite authors are up to, and while I don't think I'm anyone's favorite, I figured at least put something up for those with a passing interest in my works. So I'll try to update this as I get stuff out and going. Always feel free to contact me through the messaging service here, and reviews, especially constructive ones (though I am egotistic enough to love them all!) are love. (Really, just knowing people are reading my stuff is enough to make me warm and fuzzy. I may write for my own enjoyment of it, but hey, who doesn't love a little love?)