Author has written 5 stories for Phantom of the Opera, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Star Wars.
Hey everybody! Sorry I've been so inactive lately - school, work, writing original stuff, real life, etc. has slowed my production of fanfiction considerably. Panic not - I am still alive, and I continue to read all reviews/personal messages I get, so drop a line if you feel so inclined.
While you're here, enjoy a story of mine or one of my favourites. Whatever you wanna do. Or just leave, if you want to. Or stare at the screen blankly. Whatever floats your boat. Be happy.
NOTE: some of you may have noticed, somehow or another, that the story "The Eternity" is no longer listed here. You will not be able to find it on fanfiction dot net, or anywhere else for that matter. I know some people really liked it, but the truth of the matter is . . . I hated that story. I hated it while it was still on the go, and after a couple years, looking back on it, it was really more embarrassing than anything else. I see my fanfics as just little side-projects - "practice" for "real writing", if you will, since my original stuff is a thousand times more important to me than any of my fan work (obviously this is not the case for some writers, and if they're cool with that then that's ok with me). I don't think anyone has read it for a long time, and I just was not satisifed with it AT ALL, so I pulled the plug. Maybe this comes off as really petty, to destroy a work because I, the writer, doesn't like it, but please understand that with all the factual errors, the complete lack of plot, weird domestic abuse that gets completely hand-waved, dumb "shocking" moments, and all around badness, I think it belongs in fanfiction's recycle bin rather than up on the internet for all to see. I know my other stories are flawed (I mean, I wrote them when I was what? 13?) but at least I as a the creator can look back and see they have some merit. So it was high time "the Eternity" was history. Sorry if I've disappointed, but it was time I changed some things, and that was one welcome change for me.