Does anyone else every have an incredibly hard time trying to finish writing the stories you already have up before starting new ones? I am going out of my mind...the wait for Twilighted is just so long...
I did somehow manage to make it through high school and walk the stage with my 'offensive' red hair hidden underneath my graduation cap. While resisting the urge to leave my prison of 13 years with both middle fingers in the air, I remained as unnoticed and irrelevant as always. So where is B&C now? Why, on her way to college of course.
Not much has changed really.
I'm flying in the single lane these days since I don't like to be told what to do, and I have a thing for tattooed bad boys... I have, however, recently discovered a very real prejudice against stupidity...but, everyone has some form of poison.
Also attending college with me is my obsession with vampires, namely Twilight and the Vampire Diaries, as well as the countless books I read. Crossing my fingers for Morganville Vampires and Vampire Academy to be in the film media, but we'll see.
I'm sad to admit that the last year or so has left me in a dry state as far as my writing goes. School started it, being so busy with senior year, but now that I'm free I feel...empty. Like nothing is worth writing down anymore...yet I keep this account open. Who knows, maybe a blue moon will pass over?
I still write for the reviewers. How can I know you're reading if you don't tell me? So drop me a message if you're interested in reading more. Maybe the step to fixing my problem is a little motivation :)
If you're still here at this point, then below are a couple of fun facts. I hope you've enjoyed listening to me ramble :)
I absolutely LOVE banners! Especially when people make them for me! So if you have a flare for it, please please make me one, even if I already have one I'll use it :)
About My Stories:
As an important note, my R rated stories are for violence. If you're of a younger audiance, and violence isn't what gets you, then go ahead and give it a try. If you're of an older audiance, and don't prefer violence, then I strongly suggest against reading. I've often been told I'm twisted.
Although I write stories with Edward and Bella, and maybe even have chapters from their POV, I do not write stories about them. Twilight is about them, I like to shed light on other characters.
My first Twilight fiction was His Little Red Head. It was an idea I got shortly after I finished Breaking Dawn when I wondered what would happen if one of the wolves imprinted on an actual vampire. Seth has always been my favorite wolf and I decided that I'd love to have a story that actually revolved around him. However, romances really aren't my thing. Reading them I like, but writing them? I can never seem to find a good plot line. So pretty much a story that was originally only supposed to be fluff ended up with some action to it. But in all the writing I've done over the years I've never ended a story. This was a first, and I have to admit that the ending kind of sucked. I plan to rewrite this in the future, but I will always leave the original in place.
The Extras for His Little Red Head came around when I got questions asking about Kimmi and what exactly had happened to her in that club. Eventually I decided to go ahead and write it out. Later I was going to do some oneshots on Jace and Alison but I decided that eventually I would just make them their own story someday. The chapters for Extras are written only by request, so let me know if you would like something!
Over The Hills And Far Away...that's an interesting one. Normally I don't go into the AU-Human universe because...it kind of bores me. I need the supernatural aspect or it just seems pointless. And yet that one day I was sitting here listening to that song and thought "this would make a really interesting story..." It didn't turn out quite the way I wanted but I like it nonetheless.
Renesmee's First April Fool's...another interesting one considering the idea for it came in the middle of December. I'm not really sure what I was thinking except that I needed to try my hand at comedy. I think it would be much better as, like, a mini-movie or something but at least I can say I tried.
And then there's Renesmee's First Christmas which I wrote in October. Seriously, what is wrong with me? But I had actually written it for an iFic competition which I decided at the last moment that I was too chicken to actually enter. For some reason it was still good enough to post...
What She's Forgotten... This was the very first Pre-Twilight fiction I ever did and I poured over pages and pages of research to get it just right. Originally I had planned to make it really dark but when Elliot's character developed it didn't end up that way. This fiction was my favorite to write, and Elliot became one of my favorite characters of all, and I seriously almost cried when I had to end it. Originally, I wanted to write out Elliot's death scene at the last of the 12th chapter but I just couldn't bring myself to do it. I liked him way too much for that. And I thank Javamomma0921 again for liking it enough to rec it on Twimpage. (Speaking of Twimpage, if you haven't seen it you should really check it out)
A BIG thank you to qjmom for being the beta of these stories!
I've always wanted to do a Leah story but I've shyed away from it because I never really thought I could get her character down. And yet I still felt the need to write Something To Live For. Shane I love. He is such a joy to write and he makes me laugh out loud sometimes. Of course, I get to hear all of his jokes because I'm in his head...or he's in mine, one of the two. And sadly most of the good stuff never quite makes it into the story. Although I really tried not to, Leah turned out OCC. I didn't mean for it to happen and yet it did, but I tied it into the story plot, blaming her good attitudes on Shane and hoping no one would get to mad at me...
Thank you, psymom, for being the beta of this story :)
And now to talk about my newest story, My (Imaginary) Best Friend. The idea for this story actually came to mind while I was writing a completely different one. I was stuck momentarily and drifted off to dream land and suddenly I thought: I want to write something new. Something with ghosts. Something where...Renesmee befriends a ghost! Just like that episode of Supernatural where Tyler befriended Maggie! And then, just like that, the story planned itself out in moments. My (Coporeal) Best Friend is the parallel to this one, told in the ghosts point of view. The chapters go hand in hand, so I think it offers and interesting look.
Thank you, therunaway, for getting these stories on here, and a HUGE thank you to AngelGoddess1981 for having the faith to pick them up on chapter 10. Don't know what I'd do without her :)
Story: The Wedding
(Embry talking about his relationship with Leah)
"I'm not wrong. I know this is right. I know that we are meant to be together.
And I know that eventually, we will have a family together. I told her I don't care
how long it takes and how many times we have to try. And until she stops phasing, we're going to have one hell of a time practicing."
Story: I Am A Revolution
I couldn't help but think that his town seemed far too small for such a large amount of evil.
Story: A Matter of Time
(Edward's reaction to Renesmee and Jacob's relationship)
"I thing he broke my nose," Jacob complained.
"He bit me!" Dad retorted.
"You taste tewwible."
"I certainly hope so."
Story: A New Morning
By: LJ Summers
"I have it on good authority that we're still thousands of miles away from
a certain mind-reading vampire..."
If I had a heart, it would have broken.
(Edward's thoughts as Rosalie goes after her attackers)
I watched her go with a secret longing of my own, wishing her happy hunting.
Story: Breaking News
By: Justine Lark
(A random students thought when Bella and Edwads engagement is announced)
My boyfriend wouldn't marry me if I held a gun to his head.
Story: Bruce Springsteen's Leah
“Oh, and by the way, everyone you've ever known thought you were gay before today.”