Author has written 12 stories for Labyrinth, Almost Famous, Crow, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Peter Pan, and Lost Boys.
I'm back!! Well sort of. After spending some time focusing on my original work I'm back in the world of fanfiction. I'm racing ahead with my latest story but as usual I won't start to post until I'm far enough along that I know I'm definitely going to finish it (there's nothing I hate worse than starting to read a story on here and then the author giving up halfway through). It's another Labyrinth fanfic, they'll always be my favourite, so I shall start posting hopefully in the near future.
Well I'm Katie from good old Yorkshire! (England)
So far I've completed some fanfics for Labyrinth (The Pain Would Come, The Eye of the Storm and The Other Side being a three part series), Lost Boys and Peter Pan. I've also written one shots for Peter Pan, Labyrinth, Almost Famous, Crow, and Buffy.
I'd just like to take the opportunity to thank all my reviewers, your feedback and support are what made me continue the Labyrinth fanfic and then start all my other writings. An extra special thanks to those of you who gave feedback on chapter 16 of The Pain Would Come, as I was never quite sure about how people would react to it.
So a few things about me:
I have a pet corn snake named Alice (name after Alice Cooper of course)
I love music, mostly metal and rock, especially power metal, it makes me happy. I'm obsessed with gigs, to a point that I've travelled to Paris and Stockholm in the past to see bands (and the next time Avantasia tour I'll be doing it again).
I have a slight addiction to baking and am currently branching out into proper cake decorating which I'm loving.
I love reading (obviously) and have a tendency to juggle more than one book at once (and they're usually more than one genre, at the moment I'm reading Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb and Bleak House by Charles Dickens, I like variety).
And that's about all I can think to write at the moment so I hope you enjoy reading my story/stories and I look forward to any feedback you might give me (even if it's negative because it all helps me become a better writer)