Author has written 7 stories for Romance, and General.
Likes to read.
Sort of a perfectionist.
Writes as a hobby and a way of relaxing.
Full time student
Loves dogs, wolves, nature, history and anime
A klutz and absent minded at times- this translates to being slow in story updates when preoccupied
Used to write in fanfiction under the same name
Studied in the United States for six months and loved every single moment of it.
Background story to my stories
I was hooked on Jewel's Foolish Game and I thought it was fitting to write a story of love and betrayal. If I recall correctly, it was supposed to be a one shot. However, a friend and faithful reader wanted more. That led to me using Rihanna's unfaithful and the subsequent chapters of the male characters in the story.
So Far Away:
As mentioned in the Author's Note, this story was meant to be therapeutic. Things happened, prompting me to be really moody, which led me to write this story.
Jas for Christmas:
It was supposed to be for Christmas and a prologue to Loving Keisha. I only managed to complete it 3 months after Christmas and desperately need revisions. It is definitely not my best work.
The most twisted story to date. I had the idea of going bungee jumping for a while and I was considering what would happen if the rope break. So that led to a suicide story. The Ethan in chapter 1 and 2 is the same person. The 2nd chapter is prompted by my friend again and I have to admit, I had fun writing it.
I cannot remember what prompted me to write this story. My guess is that after a suicide story, I had to counter it with something else. There is a slight religious reference in this story, but it is not too obvious.
I have big dreams for this and the bigger the dreams, the higher expectations I have for it, which means I was WAY too ambitious over this story. This story has very obvious religious reference. I have completed this story and I will be uploading this at a faster rate, assuming I don't forget about it. I might end up redoing this story again if I have the time because I think it is really weak, especially towards the end.
Finding The Way Home:
It has very mild supernatural theme in this. It is inspired by a wolf picture that is on my desk and my friend's pestering to dip into supernatural. I wanted to keep it simple, so that is why it is quite short and sugary sweet.