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I like fantasy, romance, and men—all of which you can probably tell solely from my list of Favorite Stories. I'm a sucker for character depth and complexity. Once I get addicted to a story, my reading goes into hyperspeed, so I tend to read long stories that are already completed and finish them in one or two sittings.
"Impossible" romances are a fascination of mine—both in stories I read and stories I write.
Reading and writing are very liberating experiences for me. I find I can read and write about things I may never experience or condone in person. Maybe that sounds like a conflict of interest to you. To me, it's a learning experience.
I am very visual and attentive to detail, and have been told expressing this in writing about my travels and experiences makes people feel like they are actually there with me.
Be forewarned: I am a perfectionist, so I never quite consider my work "done."
This site is my main haunt, but you can also look me up on FF.Net. Though I have enjoyed reading fanfiction in the past, it is unlikely I will write any; I have too many original characters running around in my head.or on
Once upon a time, I had several authors on my Favorites list. Now I have three. Why? Because plagiarizers drove the others away. I'm still grieving this. It's frustrating to see my favorites leave, but I can't blame them; I'm sure I would do the same in their position.
I used to have like a million stories on my favorites list. 6 years later, I discovered that most of them were incomplete stories on indefinite hiatus, and I had so many on my list that I couldn't find the stories that I really liked. Of those that I really liked, most were removed from this site because of plagiarizers, and some had been removed because they got published. (Congrats btw to those self-published authors!) So I cleaned up my favorites list, and now it looks scrappy and stuck-up. (Lol.)
In the last couple years, I've had a hard time finding stories that I really like. Maybe that means I'm too picky. Or maybe my tastes now are just more specific. But it has pushed me to concentrate more on writing my own stories—and on actually finishing and perfecting them, no matter how long that takes.
The Idea Behind The BeastKing Chronicles
I wanted to read an angsty fantasy story with graphic romance as both the problem and the solution.
If I saw one more superwoman or girly-girl or sissy-boy, I thought I would scream...or puke.
And why do I have to wait until next chapter for a P.O.V. change?! What if I want to know what they think now, when it's most important and fresh in my mind?
And so Beauty and the Beast was born.
Don't you want to read that kind of story?
What kind of story do you want to read? And why aren't you writing it?
VOLUME I: Inhuman - REWRITE COMPLETE!
New rewrite pending.
VOLUME II - new - Current W.I.P.
new Ch1: "Farther Than I Thought" posted. (5/10/14)
CHAPTER 12: "SHOWCASE" IS NOW POSTED! (3/3/15) Labriella and Rome reunite in time for Lord Alonza's party, and there is definitely still chemistry between them. But when Lord Alonza makes it clear he plans to use Labriella to provoke Rome, can Rome trust Labriella's loyalty enough to play it cool?
Check myfor news on updates, sneak previews, and lengthier responses to some reviews. There is also an up-to-date glossary for the series posted there.
Both volumes of the old version of my story are available to read on.
If you have any suggestions or questions about my story, you're welcome to leave a review, message me, or post a comment on my website! I would love to hear from you. :)
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