Author has written 2 stories for Romance.
About me. Hm. Okay. Well, I'm a fairly boring person. I love to read, write, etc. as long as it isn't non-fiction. That bores me. If I wanted something real, I'd go run around outside or something. People think I'm nerdy because I read so much, but if they have nothing better to do with their own lives than judge my friends and me, then they can go shove it. There's a reason I hate people. That's probably why they also call me anti-social. Like I said, they need lives.
I like reading a lot of things, but I stick mainly to romance and fantasy. If they're combined, all the better. This is probably why any story of mine will contain both. I don't, however, normally read teen fiction/young adult. There are some authors out there that write those that can interest me, like Tamora Pierce and Stephenie Meyer (goddesses, by the way), but if its the type of book in which all the characters care and/or talk about is how fat they are or how hot some guy is, I don't see the need to lose any IQ points. Those are valuable, you know?
Reading back over this, I realize that everything I say is coming out rather stuck-up and bitchy. It sounds that way, but that's how I see things. You get used to me...the bitchiness is talent. I don't even have to work at it anymore (ha ha ha).
Going back to the loss of IQ points thing, I also feel that way about listening to unintelligent things. If all I hear is "Oh my God, I'm so fat," or "Oh my God, isn't he gorgeous?" repeatedly, then yeah, I'm bound to be insulting. Coincidentally, this is why I hate the majority of people in my high school. I go through that on a daily basis.
So, things I like? Books, good stories, my sister, my BFF Megan, friends, chocolate, movies, good music, my brother-in-law, my cousin Addy (see, you do get a special mention!! Anyone reading this can look her up on here as WishesofImmortality), any other family member, and a few other things that I'll probably think of later.
Things I dislike? Cliche vampire stories (no pesky burning in the sun, no aversion to: crosses, churches, holy water, garlic, stakes, silver (god forbid...everyone knows that that cliche is reserved for werewolves), and absolutely no sleeping in coffins. Jesus. ), my school, sometimes my town, unhappy endings (what's the point of wasting time waiting for the ending if its not even worth it??), non-fiction, my chorus teacher, cheerleaders (I apologize for that one if there are any more nice, smart cheerleaders out there...I haven't found one yet)...I'll stop there. The list could go on and on.
Well, now that I've suitably bored you with my life, I'd better get started with entertaining you with a story for a reward if you got through all of that, huh? I'm working on that. However, I have to say to all those flamers out there:
DON'T FLAME PEOPLE IF EITHER YOUR WRITING SUCKS OR YOU DON'T HAVE ANY STORIES!!
That's another thing that bugs me, in case you couldn't tell. Personally, I don't flame people. I think it's rather rude. Although, if I deserve it, than, by all means, go ahead. As long as you know what you're talking about.
A Touch of Crimson
Teagan Reynolds is a Homicide cop in Phoenix, Arizona. When she goes out clubbing one night to celebrate an unexpected day off, her entire life changes. Because, as she leaves the club early, she witnesses a fight. A fight that turned out to be to the death. And she is thrown into the middle of a world she doesn't understand. A world full of vampires.
Enter Lucan O'Connell. He's one of those vampires. He's also the oldest of an Irish/Scottish coven invented solely for the purpose of protecting others. When someone he loves is brutally murdered while he is distracted with saving someone else (Guess who?), he goes on the warpath. He vows vengeance on the murderers. But along the way, the anger at the murderers is mixed with love...for Teagan.
Click on the story to see what happens!! R&R!!
Dark Shift (Yay!! I've decided that the title is staying as is. What can I say? It's grown on me...)
That was a lot of parentheses, wasn't it? Right, sorry. Anyway.
Riann Elizabeth Parris. That's the name that I picked for myself, anyway. See, I woke up nearly 500 years ago in Northern Ireland. I had no idea who the hell I was. But I did know that I was capable of changing my form into any possible animal shape, and I had magical powers.
I'm Tristan Maguire. Best of the best in the King's Army in my homeland of Emra. No, you've never heard of it. You would classify it as "fantasy." Stupid stereotypical humans. But I was sent to find a missing Warrior, and, though it took me centuries, I finally did it. Only, I didn't realize that when I did find her, I would have to save her, and continue to over and over again. Because her life was in mortal danger, and had been for quite a while.
Ahhh...I've finally found pics of people that sort of work for my two favorite main characters!! YAY!! There's also one for Kade, since he's so important. As the story goes on and we meet more of the coven, I'll add some pics of them, too. So, with the one for Teagan, picture her with blue eyes, and less...provocative (for lack of a more diplomatic word, lol), and for Lucan, just picture him a little older and (let's face it) slightly more hot in picture. And lastly, Kade. Picture this Kade older, and without curly hair...Sadly, it's the only pic I could find that even came close. These all came from www.newfaces.com. If you're looking for pics, check it out!!