Author has written 12 stories for Romance, Historical, Life, Essay, Spiritual, Sci-Fi, and General.
My computer recently broke down. It's up and running again, but it will be a little while until I get myself organized and start updating again.
Musicals: Phantom of the Opera, Elisabeth, Oklahoma, and Rebecca
Operas: La Traviata, Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Die Fledermaus, and Rigoletto
Movies: The Lake House, Pride and Prejudice (2005), Gone With the Wind, The Village, and The Labyrinth
Books: Any novel by Jean Plaidy or the Bronte sisters, The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See, Threads: the Reincarnation of Anne Boleyn by Nell Gavin, Emma and Northanger Abbey (both by Jane Austen), Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer, and too many others to list here.
TV Shows: The Office, Scrubs, 30 Rock, and Mythbusters
Music: opera and musicals (as if you couldn't tell) plus folk music (I just love "Celtic Woman")
I enjoying writing for most every genre. My work has broad range.
I'm a fairly new writer, and I appreciate any constructive criticism.
If you want to read more by me, I write at FanFiction.net under the penname x-forbbidenrose-x. I've written stories and poems for various fandoms and in almost every genre from horror and angst to humor and romance. If you click on "website", you will be sent to my FFN profile.
In the Dust- ON HOLD.
The Howards and the Seymours Preview- I've decided to take a totally new course with this, so I've deleted the preview for now, but when I finish the new and improved first chapter it will probably be posted.
SOME THOUGHTS ON REVIEWS:
Okay, first of all, I review to each and every fic I read whether I love it, hate it, or just think it's okay. I do not flame.
Reviews are very important to me, and if you post stories here too you probably know exactly what I'm saying.
If you review, I am most likely to return the favor.
"Run mad as often as you chose, but do not faint." -Jane Austen
"The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid." -Henry Tilney, Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey, page 99
"All writing is a gift." -Aidan Chambers
"To be a writer is, in a sense, to be a day dreamer- to be living a kind of double life." -Jorge Luis Borges