Author has written 13 stories for Harry Potter, Meet the Robinsons, Thunderbirds, Mummy, Supernatural, Oban Star-Racers, How to Train Your Dragon, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Hello! I'm Lee. I'm a 25 year-old, junior in college and majoring in English as I work on my own novel which will hopefully be published one day. I've been writing fan fiction since December 2004 (I think). I found it on the Harry Potter boards and started reading. A few months later, I found HPFF, started my own fic, and the rest is history. Oh yea, a little more about me. I love music. I was in my high school's advanced show/chamber choir, was in choir at my junior college, and I've been singing at church since I was fourteen. I am a total chocoholic. Oh yeah, and I absolutely love Stitch!
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June 7th, 2013 - A thousand apologies to all my readers for not updating since before last December. I had several half written chapters when I got the news in early December. My father has prostate cancer. That sent my muse for writing anything packing. Add in my grandfather passing away in early January and school, and my muse has mostly been kept away. It's only starting to come back now that my father has begun to receive shots every few months to shrink the prostate so they can later remove the cancer from it, which thankfully has not spread and the spots are very small. Updates will happen as soon possible.
December 18th, 2013 - Another thousand apologies. My muse has only now started to play peek-a-boo. But dad had surgery the other day and they implanted radioactive seeds to kill the cancer. Hopefully now my muse will come back and updates will come soon.
June 6th, 2014 - Muse is starting to come back slowly. Things are being written in short spurts between times of not having muse and school, which thankfully ends next week. First update in almost a year has been posted, with hopefully more to come soon. Never lost the inspiration for stories, just the muse to write them down.