Author has written 14 stories for Static Shock, Monk, Spider-Man, Harry Potter, and Danny Phantom.
It's been a while!
I'm now 26 - I started writing stories on here when I was 14 years old and pretty much lasted all throughout high school. I still get reviews and favorites notifications sent to my email account at least a couple a times a week after all of these years and I just wanted to say THANK YOU. And of course - THANK YOU to the books/shows that further inspired baby me to want to tell stories.
I'm now working professionally in the film/TV industry over here in Los Angeles in the AD (Assistant Director) department.
I've went from fan-girling over shows like Supernatural, Suits, Psych and Stargate to actually working with the creators and stars of them. I've walked red carpets and have either met or been with in 10 feet of most celebrities and some bands/musicians.
I have great stories about Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Eric Kripke, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Hugh Jackman, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, James Franco, Ryan Seacrest, Patrick J. Adams, Sting, Green Day, Katy Perry, Luke Brian, Lionel Richie, Nick & Joe Jonas, BTS, George Lopez, Nia Vardalos, Betty White, and even Tommy Wiseau.
Though those are the perks... this industry is actually really hard, stressful and soul crushing so you have to sort of balance it out. Like, I joined a band and started writing music on the side just so I feel like I'm still creative.
Every once in a while I'll come back and look on here and see what's popular. I always have fun story ideas on how different shows/books/movies could be better but now I'm trying to put all of my energy into productive things (aka things that get me $$$).
I still don't have the heart to say my unfinished stories are discontinued - you never know. I guess they can be placed up for adoption and I can tell you what my plan was if anyone wanted to continue them.
BUT if you guys want to work professionally in the film/TV industry - look up "spec script" and maybe try to work on what an episode of your favorite TV show might actually look like. You can actually get hired as a writer doing that.
Thanks again for everything peeps.