Author has written 2 stories for Romance, and Sci-Fi.
I'm an amateur writer, trying to get back into writing. I'm used to writing essays, not stories, but I have so many ideas that I want to try my hand at writing seriously (although my stories will be flawed in many ways!). I won't update super regularly (school and life keeps me busy), but I will try. My stories on this site are projects that I will finish no matter how stale it gets, so stick around long enough to see the ending because it will get there eventually!
I also read tons of stories on this site. I love long historical romances and sci-fi thrillers and spend too much time reading them in place of doing homework.
I'm in universty studying English and Information Technology. Writing has always been a hobbie, but I've never finished a story. I'm hopeless romantic and painfully shy (which is why the heroin in Drop the Image and Run is). I've noticed that there aren't many long romances with shy protagonists that don't cry often, so I thought I would try my hand.
I'm also on DeviantArt (not a direct link because I'd rather that my friends who know my DevArt can't find my writing).
I will write here if there is some kind of permanent hiatus. Chances are I haven't stopped writing, I just haven't had time to just sit down and write more than a paragraph at a time. That is why my stories take so long to update, and why they may seem quite disjointed.
Drop the Image and Run Info
Summary : It's a classic romance of shy girl and bad boy - with a crazy twist. This will be more fluff than drama (as far as I have it planed).
Rating: T: There is some swearing and there will be slightly mature scenes later, as well as sexual references in jokes and otherwise.
Summary : A girl who love all things extraordinary and dark finds an alien. Human x Alien romance. Idea from Katy Perry's E.T..
Rating T : Nothing explicit, but there will be sexual jokes and situations. The Alien is going to be a humanoid so there won't be some kind of weird difference species thing. It's my first attempt at some kind of social commentary, thought it's not there yet. It is a romance, though a strange one.