Author has written 3 stories for General, Fantasy, and Horror.
Find my fanfiction here.
I enjoy writing both original and fan fiction. Right now, I'm not planning any huge project, especially with school going on, but I already have some poems and things that I have already written, or biting at my rear end to write. So I do.
I stink at remembering to reply to reviews, so just in case: a huge thank-you to everyone who reviews my stories. They're a wonderful encouragement to keep writing. Though I don't require reviews to write, it still does help and lets me know that people really are reading and like it. Again, thank you for helping make this worthwhile.
I love writing fantasy, but I also like delving deep into the mind of someone. I adore complicating things. It is so much fun.
It's Complicated - A phrase that is used for so much, yet means so little.
The Mysterious Puzzle Box - Currently completed, though that might change. My uncle's trip around the world brings back an artifact that becomes my undoing.
Awake - Short horror story. Not advised to read at night.
As the Moon and Sun Meet - I was cursed to live with the sun and die by the moon. My sister was cursed the opposite. Only when do the two meet, do we see each other again. Fantasy
Guardian Angels - They are the ones that stand by bridges, haunt graveyards, visit hospitals. They do not know who they will meet, only that each encounter is no accident, and every person they meet has a story to tell. Spiritual
A Warrior's Mind - An insight into the mind of a warrior and what a battle really ensues. Taekwondo. General.
The Gardener - Illa's mother is taken by the Beast. In exchange for her mother's freedom, Illa becomes the Beast's gardener. Armed with hedge clippers and a determined spirit, Illa must learn to tame not only the rose bushes, but the Beast's wild heart. Fantasy
Authors always have acknowledgements at the end to thank those that helped them get their stories out. So, I decided to show my own gratitude.
Thanks so much to Mum and Da, for the support, guidance, and occasional prodding to make sure I didn't fail school. I wouldn't have the writing "skills" I have now without your constant corrections. And thanks for being supportive of my writings and listening to the crazy ideas I spew out on occasion, without laughing too much, as well as being willing to have The Laptop go on the long trips with us so that I could write. Once I get some money I'll pay you back for all the Dramamine I cost you.
A million pounds of gratitude to Becca. Your sisterly understanding, wit, and sarcasm definitely go into the pages I write. I could go on for days about how awesome you are, but I think there's a space limit.
Yaya (you know who you are), thanks for being such an amazing friend, brainstorming with me, listening and reading all my crazy ideas, being some of the greatest form of encouragement in existence, and letting me use you in my stories. I owe you so much, I can't ever express the magnitude.
A huge thanks to Em, for listening to me when I wanted to jabber on, actually accepting my craze with fiction both fan and original, encouraging/participating in the crazy, understanding all/most references that I spewed out, with a few obscure ones of your own, and the wonderful insight to life that you gave me.
To the rest of my relatives that have supported all my schemes, dreams, and even given me a few ideas to hold on to, thanks for the wonderful inspirations. How else would I be able to create such crazy characters?
And to you, my readers and reviewers. You guys are very much a part of this process as well, because while I write simply for the joy of writing, it's encouraging and worthwhile to hear that a story was touching or funny or that you even just liked it. Your ideas, however unwittingly you give them, are fodder for my plot bunnies. Your reviews make me smile. The community I have found here has brought another color to my life. A thousand thanks.
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