Author has written 24 stories for Mighty Ducks, Newsies, Gilmore Girls, Life With Derek, Strange Days at Blake Holsey High, Four Brothers, Misc. Movies, Twilight, and Mortal Instruments.
“You ruin your life by desensitizing yourself. We are all afraid to say too much, to feel too deeply, to let people know what they mean to us. Caring is not synonymous with crazy. Expressing to someone how special they are to you will make you vulnerable. There is no denying that. However, that is nothing to be ashamed of. There is something breathtakingly beautiful in the moments of smaller magic that occur when you strip down and are honest with those who are important to you. Let that girl know that she inspires you. Tell your mother you love her in front of your friends. Express, express, express. Open yourself up, do not harden yourself to the world, and be bold in who, and how you love. There is courage in that.” - Bianca Sparacino
Music & Spotlights:
Playlist for As Lovers Go, Day Late Friend, Words/Brooklyn Carter, and The Winter and A Sweater are all on 8tracks under the username mariegarbagio.
First ever author interview and story spotlights for both As Lovers Go & Day Late Friend can be found on Kelpies Korner!
Note: For anyone that is searching for As Lovers Go and wondering why it’s no longer up, I just wanted to say I felt the need to delete it. It’s been an extremely hard decision that I’ve had in the back of my mind for years. I’ve done so for personal reasons for a deeply personal story. I felt it was time to give those moments that were very much based on real events and relationships a chance to be out of the public eye. I loved that story the most, and I still wanted a love letter to it on my profile, and that’s why I’m writing this. As Lovers Go was my return to writing stories, my introduction to a few ff friendships that I’ll never forget, and it gave me the confidence to keep writing on. I’ve saved every review for that story (along with every chapter, alert, and favorite) and when I feel like making myself feel nostalgic, I’ll be reading those words of support and understanding for what those characters were feeling. Anyway, to anyone who loved it as much I did, thank you.