Author has written 7 stories for Horror, General, Supernatural, Romance, and Young Adult.
Working toward a nursing degree takes a lot of time, but I can't deny the presence of my muse when she decides to show up. One-shots seem to be my forte unless they develop a mind of their own, and then there's no telling where the story will end up.
1. Evade or Capture: Complete. Not really sure where this came from actually. What started in PAP Algebra 2 ended in BCIS during a free day. This is one of my early stories (written when I was 15, geesh) so I'm not entirely proud of it, but it was written for a friend, so it will remain here unless I change my mind and destroy it. It doesn't even exist on my computer because it was written on my old one.
2. Innocent Intrigue: Complete. I have no clue where this came from. It was raining and I was bored and had sad music playing in the background. Guess all of that combines to make THIS, whatever it is.
3. Fading Dreams: Complete. This is all my friends fault. We were supposed to be working in calculus on a review and she was tired and stole my jacket as a pillow and fell asleep. I looked back at her, saw her, and BOOM! Inspiration. I couldn't pass it up. Wrote half of it in class, and the other half while IMing her to make sure the details sounded right.
4. The Saddest Goodbye: Complete. What I started at work because I was bored took over my mind and I had to finish it. Now that it's done, it's obvious that I am addicted to Lady Antebellum's "Just a Kiss".
5. Always: Complete. A multi-chapter fic. It's only about 7000 words (without my A/Ns) so the chapters are a bit short for my taste, but I wrote it all at once and had to go back to break it up into chapters and this was the only way I could do it without completely different chapter lengths.
6. What Hurts The Most: Complete. This is based on Lady Antebellum's "As You Turn Away". The song is self-explanatory, but I could not refuse my muse and she demanded that a back story be developed. Well, that turned into a story that required 2 points-of-view because I wanted to make sure that each character was portrayed. It was a bit difficult, but I like how it turned out.
7. Forever and Always: This was written in less than an hour a half because my muse suddenly appeared after being absent for almost 6 months. It's a sad story inspired by the song "Forever and Always" by Parachute (I really need to stop writing these).
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