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Author has written 63 stories for Harry Potter, Peter Pan, Lord of the Rings, Supernatural, Angel, Batman, Negima! Magister Negi Magi/魔法先生ネギま！, Transformers/Beast Wars, Die Hard, Indiana Jones, LXG, Bones, Chronicles of Narnia, Ironman, StarTrek: Enterprise, Star Trek: 2009, Spider-Man, White Collar, Sherlock Holmes, Teen Titans, Inception, District 9, Prince of Persia, Secret Garden, Sherlock, Justice League, Captain America, James Bond, Once Upon a Time, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Gotham, NCIS, and X-Men: The Movie.
Currently I'm finishing up a PhD and working at least two jobs to get through. I love reading and watching TV and going to the movies. I'm all about stories and compelling characters so any time you run across a fantastic story, shoot it my way.
I'm reading books about literacy for grad school (boring, I know), but the shows I like right now are Community, New Girl, Ten Wolf, and Person of Interest. I really want to write fanfic about them, but the characters are so intricate and complex that I can't do more than watch the screen, mesmerized by their stories.
BIG DISCLOSURE - I have trouble finishing my own stories. I think about scenes between the characters and those moments crash inside my head over and over again until I have to write them down. Sometimes ideas peter out. Hey, no one pays me to write these little stories; I write what I like and when I like. That being said, a lot of comments that I get push me on to write something more. A viewer will comment on an aspect or an angle I had not realized, and suddenly a whole new scenario presents itself. Writers are never static; we keep evolving and expanding. So thank you all for your insights and observations. They help me write more.
Thanks to my faithful beta, Fawkes Song, who can proofread my work and get it back to me in one evening. She is amazing.
CP Warning: As you probably noticed if you've read any of my stuff thoroughly, I tend to write Discipline/CP (Corporal Punishment) stories. I do put up warnings so if you don't like it, I have no idea why you're still reading.
Here is a link to my new site which has all my stories plus some pics and ideas for future writing. VictorianChik's Page
My website there is a work in progress and my faithful beta is going to help me proof all the pages, but I wanted to get it up so faithful readers might have some kind of order and chronology to my little scribblings.
New Note, 8-26-14: I'm always on the lookout for good stories. If you know of one or have written one, PM with a link or info for how I may find it. However, I do have a few criteria for how I define good stories:
1. The chapters need to be longer than a few hundred words, unless it's a exercise in short story, tight description design.
2. There should be more than just dialogue. I have taught drama in literature classes, and while we all like The Importance of Being Ernest, unless your story is a play, I want more description. Dialogue is never enough; characters should be doing something while they talk to advance the story.
3. There has to be some kind of grammar, format, readability standard. Yes, we all have typos because most of us think faster, read faster than our fingers can type. But I'm not a fan of putting 1000 words in one paragraph or not using commas correctly. Crappy grammar shouldn't get in the way of reading a good story and getting sucked into the narrative. If I have to stop reading to rearrange the sentence in my head, then it's a not good writing.
4. Stories should have context to their originals. I'm an American and I know my attempts at British writing fall short, but I like to try and I like when other writers try. You may not know all the details about a story, but a little research might help. If you call Sherlock's place an apartment instead of a flat, that's a usual mistake and can be overlooked. But if you say Batman lives in New York instead of Gotham, that's lazy research.
Bonus: I like the angsty and emotion, but I am an action-adventure girl at heart who loves a fun twist and some snarky humor. Any story that goes places and has characters acting/reacting in kickass ways is a plus in my book. I don't mind OOC or AU as long as I get to glimpse real moments of connection and friendship, grief and loss, fortitude and triumph.
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