Author has written 4 stories for Supernatural, Humor, Romance, and Fantasy.
Hello all! I'm not super fantastic about posting in a timely manner, but a review, PM, etc. will definitely get me going. Hopefully. To get a better idea on where I'm at (because I'm always writing something) you can always check out my blog (listed below).
So, I Want to Read Your Fics
If anyone has a fic that you think I'd be interested in (I enjoy romance, and fantasy romance as well, my favorites are a good judge of the stories I like) I'd love to read and review. I probably read 2-3 fairly long stories a week, and I have a couple I follow, so I'm always looking for something new.
Links You will have to copy/paste them because FictionPress is weird about that.
To Email Me: email@example.com
Iwaku Roleplay: iwakuroleplay.com/members/hellobeautifulchild.13791/
Camp NaNoWriMo: campnanowrimo.org/campers/alexleigh
Spotify Writing Playlist: play.spotify.com/user/1249898901/playlist/0fsoU0vyqjyVpO8wSpZKOP
*I do post updates on my writing and stuff, status wise on my blog.
How To: Post Links on Your FictionPress/FanFiction Profile
I'm including this because it took me so long to figure it out, and I always wished that those who had it figured out would post.
- As normal text, put in the whole link without the starting "http" part (as seen above with links).
- Select this link and then click the hyperlink button in the top toolbar of your profile editing page to make the link you wrote out a hyperlink.
- This will allow the link to show, but will not make it a 'normal' hyperlink. Users/viewers will still have to copy and paste the link into their browsers, but at least they can do that. The exception to this is any internal links (though I haven't experimented with this extensively) within the FictionPress and FanFiction websites. (You'll notice that the "FanFiction" link above to my FanFiction profile does work like a normal link.
I have no idea why FictionPress and FanFiction are so particular about this, it is really annoying, but here is the best work around I know.
You Know the World is Ending When Wal-Mart is Closed
This was a mostly joke prompt that my friend Ian gave me. It's a short one shot written solely for the purposes of humor and is complete.
In a post-apocalyptic world where supernatural beings are a sub-class of humans in a city run by an overpowered government, where even the highest of citizens have no rights, a young woman must overcome her dependence and blind loyalty for a bureaucracy overwhelmed with corruption. This story is a work in progress. I am interested in finding a beta for this story.
Binding Before War, A Prequel Story
Sam and Naomi, magical beings on the coast of California, are both hiding parts of themselves, and with a dangerous jolt of fear going through powerful people, they are far from prepared. Without knowing what is to come, the two meet, and somehow they bring the best out of each other. If they're really, really lucky, they'll fall in love just in time. This is the YA style prequel to a series (not a YA series, this story just came out like that) I am working on. It is complete, but if you follow it I will be posting a epilogue/teaser about the first of the series this story accompanies a little before I start posting it.
And Her Blood Sings
Another one shot in which a siren must come to terms with her blood and the death of her mother. I wrote it based on prompt #356 from the tumblr account creativepromptsforwriting. It is also posted on my tumblr, where you can see the source of the prompt. You will need to copy and paste the link.
Upcoming projects? I really want to do something action-y, I also want to do something completely human- no magic or sci fy. We'll see. In addition I've got 14 stories started out in a universe I've created. Once I've gotten more solid footing, get excited about dragons, mages, and more clashing with the ever ignorant humanity. Also, of course, romance.