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March 22, 2009
I would tell you about myself, but then I'd have to kill you.
I am 25 and have my degree in history with a minor in anthropology; I am very good with grammar and proofreading. I have written fanfiction for several fandoms; I have only just submitted my first Twilight story for validation. We shall see how this goes... My job unfortunately consumes a great deal of my time and litterally owns me... It's quite sad really. ;P I like what I do for the most part though so it's not so bad. I actually discovered Twilight quite late. In spring or summer of 2008 I was visiting my parents and younger brother (at the time I lived far enough away that I could only realy see them on extended weekends or vacations) when I saw one of his friends devouring Eclipse after church on Sunday. Being the complete bookworm that I am I asked her about it - of course she was absolutely shocked that I had never heard of Twilight - she explained the story to me, the moment she mentioned that it was about vampires and that the heroine was a complete klutz - something I can relate to - I was basically sold. When I got home that afternoon I stopped at Barnes and Noble and got Twilight. I think that the only times I put it down was to go to work and sleep basically; then I ran out and got New Moon and Eclipse, and, when it came out, Breaking Dawn. I have since been a huge fan. I remember going to see a movie that summer and sitting through the previews I saw this one I as it played I was thinking, "Huh, this looks familiar." And slowly my mouth dropped open and when the word Twilight came on the screen I began squeeling in my seat going, "I'm reading that! I'm reading that book right now!" I think the other patrons threw me dirty looks. ^_^; :D
A mosaic freely drawn from book and movie, wanders into AU as the story unfolds ... ....
Showing is stronger than telling. Forks was just like I remember it. I felt the short little hairs on the back of my neck stand straight on end. Cut your losses before they can become catastrophic. “It’s not fair,” I say aloud. The night wind swirls, lifting the fine surface powder from the tops of the snowdrifts, coating us in diamond dust.
Moving to Forks, spending the last eighteen months of her childhood with a father she barely knew ... it seemed like a good idea at the time.
A/N about the rating: The narrative in this story ranges between PG-13 (most of it) and R (occasional language and occasional non-graphic reference to mature themes). An isolated technicality in a late chapter has necessitated changing the rating from R to NC-17, however R is a much better measure of the farthest outer limit of what the reader will encounter in this tale.
<3<3<3 and @};- @};- @};- to DeliciousDreamer for this beautiful banner ~~
I never in my wildest dreams thought that something I wrote would inspire someone to make something like this. I am so touched. THANK YOU DD!
, AU Characters: Bella
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November 28, 2009 Updated:
February 13, 2011
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