So, in addition to the fact sheet that really isn't that interesting to read, I filled out this little questionnaire that might help you get to know me a little better. :)

 How long have you been writing fanfiction?
I've been writing since the beginning to of 2000. Jeez, it's over five years now. That's insane.

 What got you started?
Well, I was surfing this website and came across the 'Story Corner.' So I clicked the link and read a few stories and thought, 'hey, that was pretty cool.' So after a few very horrible attempts, I submitted a story called 'On the Wings of Love' to this site and they accepted it. So yeah, my first fanfic was a Westlife one. :) Later on, I edited it to a Backstreet story called 'Darlin'', which is now taken off the site due to its extreme cheesyness. ;)

 Do you write about other celebrities besides BSB?
No, but I write in the Harry Potter fandom. You'll find my writings here.

 What's your favorite genre(s)?
Romance and drama. You basically won't see me writing anything else. Yeah, I know it's lame, but I need to get my daydreams lived out on some level, right? God, I'm pathetic.

 Which BSB do you find it easiest to write about?
Don't even have to think about that answer. AJ, without a doubt. You can read more about that in the fanfiction section if you're interested. ;)

 Mm, interesting ... how about the hardest then?
It's a tough one to answer, actually ... I'd say Nick. Mainly because everyone's writing about him - I don't see much of a challenge in him anymore. *shrugs* I'm weird, I know.

 All right, tell me this. Computer or paper?
Perferably computer, but it depends on the situation. If I wake up in the middle of the night and get a spur of the moment idea, I can't exactly turn on the computer and start typing. That's when my trusty notepad comes in handy. ;) But I like computers better, because my fingers can actually keep up with my thoughts. I can't do that when I write on paper.

 Do you listen to music when you write?
Always. I can't write without it. Then the room's much too quiet. Besides, I'm able to portray my character's feelings better when I have some sappy love song playing in the background.

 Where do you get your ideas/inspiration from?
It can come in the strangest places at the strangest times. I can sit in a bus and look out the window, and suddenly get an idea for a chapter (actually, if I remember correctly, I had the idea for ICARY as I sitting in a bus, while the idea for Autumn's Masquerade sprung from a poster.) I heard it's called 'mindblurbs' or something like that. :) My inspiration comes from things like books, TV, the radio, articles. All that stuff. You can find inspiration in almost anything if you really look for it.

 Are you planning to make writing into a career?
Gosh, I have no idea. I'd love to, but in order to do that, I'd have to start writing in Danish, which is actually a lot harder for me than to write in English. *LOL* go figure, my native language is too difficult for me. Well, it's just that the Danish language can't express things as well as the English can. Anyway, I have no idea. I might try writing a book one day when I have an idea and the time to do it. I'm not planning to become some best-selling author, though.

 What's your proudest work?
I Can Almost Reach You, without a doubt. That story holds so much meaning to me and I miss writing it so badly. I don't think I've ever received so many flattering feedback on any of my work as I did when I wrote this. It's just ... well, as corny as it sounds, it's a part of me. It has all my fears, insecurities and doubts portrayed, as well as all my hopes and dreams. It's probably a really bad case of Mary Sue, but oh well *shrugs* I'm proud of it. Write what you know, right? ;)

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