Author has written 14 stories for Hamilton, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Voltron: Legendary Defender, and Dragon Prince.
Hi ya'll! I'm L.E-Rae and I'm a young writer ;p
Writing is my passion! Honestly!
I write Hamilton, Miraculous, VLD, MLP! I like lots of genres so yah :)
I'm still a student so school unfortunately comes at a higher priority -_-
Where to find me:
YouTube: L.E-Rae (if you can’t find me, type into Google: “L.E-Rae all elizas songs” and it should come up. If it’s me, my second video will be a Lams SpeedDraw called ‘Restrained’)
Pinterest: Le8Loup8Noir (or) L.E-Rae _x_
About these Social Media’s: YouTube: I’ll post SpeedDraw’s, animatics and arty stuff like that. Maybe some Hamilton Trash videos!
Pinterest: boards about me and things I like (it’s really random but cool)
Instagram: updates on how my fics are going! Writing quotes and other quotes I guess, maybe sneak peeks on my life if I’m daring lol xD Be free to DM me to ask questions and all that!
Ao3: Just another place I post my fics :)
More About Me:
Name: (Not using real name so just call me this) Rae
Fandoms: Hamilton: An American Musical, VLD, Miraculous, MLP, Grimm, DEH, BMC
Main Ships: Lams (Hamilton), Klance/Shadam/Shallura (VLD), Adrienette/Marichat/LadyNoir/Marthaniel (Miraculous), Connor/Evan (DEH), Boyf riends (BMC)
Favourite BOOKS: The Hunger Games Trilogy: The 5th Wave Trilogy
Favourite AUTHORS: Suzanne Collins, Rick Yancey, Kate Maryon, Anne-Marie Conway, Alex Bell
Future Aspirations: Become a theatre actor and write in my spare time. If that doesn’t work, I’ll try to become a physiologist or a Drama/English teacher
My FanFiction WIP's:
1) I'm Throwing Away My Shot
4) Catch My Fall
5) Lams Parody's
6) One Like No Other (It's sotaaaaaa finished... annddddd sorta not...)
My Finished Fanfictions':
- I May Not Live To See Our Glory
- I Never Did Do Mothers Day
- (Anddd soorrttaaaa...) One Like No Other
Some of my favourite quotes and poems:
(Half mine, half not) "You Know You're a Writer When...":
Every time you hear a song, you think of a new story or one you've already written.
It takes you like 10 minutes to write a sentence basically saying that they woke up.
You often imagine your books becoming movies.
Spell check is your best friend.
You give even the smallest of characters a huge background.
You hesitate before killing of one of your favourite characters.
You smile really big when you are going to finally write a character love scene.
Every time you read something, you make your own story of the same thing.
Not being able to write is like not being able to pee to you... you just can't hold it in for so long.
You write so fast, you leave out words in a sentence.
You must tell at least one person your whole story before it's even written.
Things that are written badly annoy you and make you want to re-write it better.
You laugh at jokes you wrote yourself.
You can spell words like 'discontinuous' but can't spell 'the' half the time.
If you are not writing or typing, your fingers are moving constantly.
When you have to write some sort of story in class, you get carried away…
You put off the last chapter of a story simply because you don't want it to end.
You start to cry when writing about a death or other depressing event you knew was coming, and you are the one writing it.
When on a roll, you will ignore hunger, sleepiness, or the urge to pee until you run out of ideas.
If a story, movie, show, etc. finishes without closure, you have a powerful need to write a suitable ending.
You like to fidget, tap, or chew on the tip of something when you are trying to come up with a new sentence, paragraph, chapter, or story.
You are in love with the Thesaurus.
You dream about your stories.
You dream of new stories.
You often revisit some of your old stories.
Someone can call your name twenty times without you hearing if you're writing.
You would rather talk to the voices in your head than the person sitting next to you.
You would rather write than go out.
Your/you're and their/there/they're are errors that send you into an apoplectic fit.
You get cranky if you don't get to write.
You've heard/seen/thought something, and thought, I need to write that down.
You wake up in the middle of the night and scrabble for a pen and paper you keep next to your bed to write down a scene to make the voices be quiet so you can get some sleep.
A blank wall becomes the screen where the scene you're writing takes place right in front of your eyes.
You start to laugh out loud in public at what something your character might say.
Even though you try your hardest to resist, you often correct your own grammar.
You talk to yourself... constantly
Your family/friends have come to the ignore the habit of your talking to yourself.
Finding a new synonym to a word is as exciting as getting no homework for a year.
You tend to act out the scene when you’ve given in to writer’s block.
Writer’s block is like being burned alive to you and you’d much rather the latter.
You write that much that your family are starting to worry about you.
You get told off during a lesson/meeting for writing instead of paying attention.
You never leave home without a notebook.
You read a story you had written from the prior year and instantly gip at how bad it was compared to what you can do now.
You can’t just write that ‘he poured a cup of coffee’. You feel the urge to write the way the water fell, the speed, the heat radiating to his face, the contrast in colour, the smell, the sound all in one sentence… Now the challenge was to figure out how.
In the holidays, you have to be reminded to eat, sleep and change into new clothes because you couldn’t care less about your health.
Connectives get in the way so much that you almost start crying because they’re too hard to replace.
You’re really proud of a scene you’ve wrote and want to share it with someone, so (being as modest as you can) tell them you need help but secretly know it’s perfect.
It takes all your willpower to walk to your bed instead of falling asleep at your desk.