Author has written 7 stories for Gilmore Girls, House, M.D., and Wrestling.
Profile Updated March 29th 2013
I'm 24 years old and originally from urban Central Connecticut. No, not that farmy Gilmore girls Connecticut you've seen on TV.
I now live in Los Angeles, California. I pulled a Jess Mariano and moved away after high school.
Currently a senior in college studying film production.
My writing background comes from being a creative writing major for 3 and a half years at a fine arts academy. But I feel like I am a natural writer, and although sometimes I use what I have been taught, most of it comes from within.
Gilmore girls (Rory/Jess)
WWE/TNA Wrestling (Hardy Boyz)
Batman (Joker/Harley Quinn)
Pirates of the Caribbean (Jack/Elizabeth)
American Idol Season 6 (Blake/Chris)
The L Word (all characters, especially Shane/anyone)
The California Diaries series (all characters, especially Sunny)
Earthbound (Ness/Paula, Jeff/Tony)
My newest (and most preposterous but addictive) fandom: Monster High
And many others.
After finally figuring out how to view my traffic stats on this site, I discovered a shocking number of people actually visit this profile. So I figured I should personalize it a little bit more so people could get to know me.
My life has been ruined by a fictional couple named Literati.
I cannot stress that enough. I am Lit for life. I'm so damaged by the fact that Rory and Jess didn't end up together it's not even funny. I tried to embark on an epic Season 6 Rewrite, but only wrote a handful of episodes for it. I've been told the series is very good, and I'm very proud of it, especially the flagship work, It Should've Been Jess, which I consider my best work of all time, fanfiction or otherwise. But so much time has passed and I feel very distant from the fandom these days and I don't think I could capture the characters voices the way I used to. Maybe if I had a writing partner who could help with all the witty pop culture references and keep me in check.
Other fictional couples that have seriously messed me up in the head are Hameron and Sparrabeth. FML. I always go for the ones who have no chance at making it.
Hameron: I went down with that ship until the very very end, until she said "I love you" in the series finale. In my eyes they will always belong together, but I knew it could never work. Huddy who?
My lifelong muse is a professional wrestler named Jeffrey Nero Hardy. Perhaps you've heard of him? The rainbow haired warrior, the charismatic enigma. I've been in love with him since 1999. That's more years than I'd like to even count.
My current work is Reaching In, a story about Jeff Hardy falling in love with a very strong female OC that I pride myself on making as three dimensional and as real as possible.
I am a stickler for details in my stories. My pet peeves are incorrect punctuation and grammar. My absolute pet peeve is when I see a story has over 100 reviews and people are flocking to it, yet I open it to see what all the fuss is about and it's a grammatical nightmare that has obviously never even seen a Spellcheck. Seriously: if you care about your story, why not proofread? There's no excuses. After all, since we are writing rated M fiction, we are all adults here, right? The occasional error is okay, and I'm far from perfect, but there are seriously some people who just disrespect the name of fanfiction by posting things that look like they went through the lawn mower grammatically. No capital letters at the beginning of a sentence, no period at the end of one? Give me a break.
My heart dies a little inside every time I see someone adds my story to story alert or adds me to author alert but doesn't review. Even if you just write "I like this, update soon," a review is a review. Lack of reviews makes me very sad. It seems like it is much harder to get reviews now in 2012 than it was when I left fanfiction writing back in 2008. If anyone has any tips for me on how to get more reviews without actually sleeping with all my readers, enlighten me, please.
If anyone wants to know more about me, please PM me. I'm very friendly, and I love meeting new people, especially international people.