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Author has written 35 stories for Law and Order: SVU, 7th Heaven, and Grey's Anatomy.
Writing is my therapy. It answers more of my problems than anyone else in my life has.
I am co-writing the Storm trilogy with CileSuns92.
Currently, I'm slowly phasing out many of my incomplete stories. You can find the stories I've removed here.
Disclaimer: I only own the characters and settings in my stories you cannot Google.
My ideas come from my own delusions. All writers are delusional in one way or another. It's not my job to create world peace or to make everyone happy. Heck, writing isn't even my job (I wish it were, though. Maybe one day...) I'm just here for fun, to tell stories to the best of my ability, and to engage with fellow fans online. I'm always working at improving my writing skills. Constructive criticisms are always welcome. Flames will be put out at a speed faster than lightning. And if the story is older than six months old, there's really no point in criticizing it -- chances are I hate it too. :)
I love reading, but I don't read very much fanfic. I prefer reading published original fiction, and I'm also picky. I'm even more picky when it comes to fanfic. Characters need to be somewhat in-character; stories need to be well-written; plots need to be interesting, creative and meaningful; grammar/spelling errors need to be minimal. I understand no one is perfect, and I know there are errors in my own stories (I correct them as soon as I become aware of them. If you spot one, let me know so I can fix it!), but it needs to be evident that a writer gave his or her best effort. I do try to review every story I read and enjoy, because I value feedback very much as a writer myself. Writers who entertain me deserve to be rewarded with reviews. With fanfic, the only payback -- aside from entertainment for the writer -- is reviews from the readers, and knowing that others are entertained too. It's not like we get paid for writing fanfic, so reviews are our number one motivator.
My all-time favorite author is Jodi Picoult. I've read her books since I was a teenager, and I still enjoy her books today. I'd say The Storyteller is my favorite, I also love Handle with Care and Leaving Time. They're all amazing reads, though, so I encourage you to check her out. She writes about an array of issues people go through, and always does a wonderful job at showing every POV on a subject. That's why I love her so much.
I also love Stephen King. Some of his stories are a bit...odd, but I love his style and his fearlessness as a writer. He also gives fantastic tips for fellow writers. My favorite Stephen King book is 11/22/63. If you like historical fiction and books about time travel, definitely check it out!
I used to be a huge Grey's Anatomy fan, but my love for the show died with McDreamy and the messy off screen aftermath. I'm not happy with how Shondaland and company dealt with Patrick's exit and their disrespect towards fans. Grey's isn't Grey's to me anymore; it ended after 11x20, though I prefer to use Irene's and my Storm trilogy as my canon of what should have been season 11 and beyond. We started outlining and writing it after 11x5 aired, because we were deprived of Meredith and Derek on screen. Surprisingly, we predicted quite a bit of how season 11 would play out, aside from the fact our Derek is, and always will be, alive. If you're looking for my take on what season 11 should have been, A Storm is Going to Come and its sequel Eye of the Storm are it. We also have a third installment in development. We'll release more details once we're near the completion of part 2. Note that the Storm series is not all sunshine and daisies, hence its name. It's a realistic portrayal of what we think Shonda could have done instead of killing McDreamy.
As for my current on-going solo fics:
Blood Ties is basically an alternate season 10 fanfic. I'm committed to finishing it as soon as possible.
Survivor was my first Grey's Anatomy fanfic, and is an alternate season nine. It's not everyone's cup of tea, though I originally wrote it as an awareness fic about sexual assault. I thought it was an important story to tell, since I've never felt stories about sexual assaults were told properly outside of the SVU fandom, and I wanted to give these women's stories some justice. I've used statistics provided from the Joyful Heart Foundation throughout the story, which was my primary inspiration to write this story. Before I was a Grey's fan, I was a huge SVU fan. I've watched SVU on and off in recent years due to my dissatisfaction with many of the current plots, but the show will always have a special place in my heart since it was my first fandom. So, this fanfic will always be special to me.
I have no intentions of completing my other stories at this time and will eventually remove them from the site. Look above for the link to the stories I've already deleted.
I have many favorite shows. They include:
Regarding my Grey's fanfics:
If you'd like to chat about my fanfics, your own plot bunnies, cats, or the weather, feel free to private message me at any time! I'm an open book. I love chatting with fellow readers and writers. Also, if you have questions about anything I've written, I'd be happy to explain why I've written it that way. It's okay if you don't agree with how I've written something; we all have different perspectives. Edmund Wilson (a well-known critic) says, "No two readers ever read the same book." Totally agree with him! We all have unique perceptions of the world around us, and we shouldn't attack others who see the world differently. It's fun to share and discuss our different viewpoints, though. :)
I'm a quote junkie, so here are some quotes for writers:
"When you’re trying to create a career as a writer, a little delusional thinking goes a long way." - Michael Lewis
"Fiction is the truth inside the lie." - Stephen King
“If there's a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it.” - Toni Morrison
“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.” - Anais Nin
“No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.” - Robert Frost
"The road to hell is paved with adverbs." - Stephen King
"The first draft of anything is shit." - Ernest Hemingway
"You can make anything by writing." - C.S. Lewis
"There is creative reading as well as creative writing." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
“There is no rule on how to write. Sometimes it comes easily and perfectly; sometimes it's like drilling rock and then blasting it out with charges.” - Ernest Hemingway
"Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation." - Graham Greene
"Reality: It's so much more interesting than living happily ever after." - Meredith Grey, 5x02
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