Author has written 21 stories for Supernatural.
So this is where I'm supposed to tell you something about myself. But really there is little to tell. My story isn't nearly as interesting as the things I can imagine.
I love many fandoms, but my main love is Supernatural. There's just something about those boys and their relationship that speaks to me. Even now, so many months after the finale, I can's shake my connection with the show and the characters. As such, I don't really watch much scripted TV any more. Nothing compares! I am following Walker and The Boys, but neither moves me to think about, write about or dream about like Supernatural.
Writing is a passion that I'm still developing, so all constructive criticism or suggestions are appreciated. Please just be kind.
I have multiple stories running through my brain, and I work on them all as the spirit moved me and as I have time. But, I try to only post once something is completely written (or very close) because I don't like to keep anyone hanging with endless works in progress.
My goal is to write mostly Gen stories - hopefully good ones. I feel like there aren't enough of them out there.
When it comes to Supernatural FanFiction I love :
Great gen stories that fit into canon.
Good case fics with solid plots that I can't predict.
Realistic pre-series situations and flashbacks.
Well written tags that fill in the blanks between or as part of aired episodes.
Stories that explore a character's motivations and feelings in a way I might not have considered before.
Touching moments between characters that feel real and are in context.
My pet peeves include:
Poorly tagged stories - especially around ships.
Anachronisms (Like cellphones in the 1980's or even in the late 90's with perfect coverage in a rural setting)
Unnecessary romance and the need to pair everyone up (if a story doesn't need sex or a romance, why add it for no reason?)
Normal things that don't make sense. (Like having adult Sam described as wearing size 8 shoes.)
Continuity errors such as having a character remove their jacket twice in the same scene, or having a character walk somewhere, then their car is magically available to drive home. (Sure we all make mistakes, but a little editing goes a long way.)
And, if you fall down and you are outside, you fall to the ground (or pavement, or grass, or sand etc.) NOT the floor. You can only fall to the floor in someplace that has flooring (a building, a gazebo, a van etc.) Yeah I know, I know...I'm touchy about these things.
So that's me...thanks for stopping by!
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