Fun facts!

The first hint that Celeste wasn’t all that she seemed to be came from her name, in the very first story!

Celeste: Celestial, heavenly. 

Further hints were found in her character profile for anyone who looked close enough:


She has no quantifiable age, created before humanity was born as the angel Saraqael. Though her host, Celeste, is a human, the one controlling her actions was never mortal.

The gender of Celeste is purely dependent on her chosen host. As a multidimensional wavelength of celestial intent, gender is meaningless.

In past millenia, she has taken male forms and so Saraqael is often associated with a male angel, though this could be no further from the truth. If given enough time in a host, however, she does tend to take on the mannerisms of that gender, like most angels.

Saraqael : Prince of God. The Fallen Watcher. 

One of the seven archangels of heaven originally trusted to lead the heavenly host. One could call her current vessel an ironic twist, as she lusted for the daughters of men. Her primordial powers of protection have been twisted and corrupted, and she seeks to free her fallen brother by any means necessary.

This desire to break Lucifer of his cage is what brought her to Azazel’s notice originally, and he brought her under his control, an aspect of their relationship that chafed at her, though she put the demons he tasked to her to good use.

With Azazel out of the way, she can expand her influence without fear of retribution from the remaining Princes of Hell.

She has taken the time to learn true witchcraft since falling, discovering that it was an excellent substitute for her own celestial powers when she needed to avoid the notice of the angels tasked to seek her out and bring her to justice.

Those who are most favored fall the hardest.



( 10 Facts about my Characters )

HERE WE GO. Some of these people might already know, others might be new? Either way. Time to do the thing.

  1. Jacob Nicholas Andris is named after his father Nicholas and a grandfather on his mother’s side.
  2. His birthday is August 27th (coming up pretty soon actually)
  3. He is/was on his high school’s boxing team. In his canon story, he was unable to be on the team for his senior year of high school due to the events of Bowman of Wellwood.
  4. He broke his arm once in middle school.
  5. He’s decently proficient in Greek, as he learned it growing up from both his parents and especially in talking to his various grandparents, who insisted on him learning.
  6. His best friend is Qi Shi “Chase” Lisong, whom he met shortly after Chase’s family moved to the US from Jiuquan in China.
  7. For a short period of time, Chase’s younger sister Minnie had a crush on Jacob, a fact that Chase gives them both endless shit about.
  8. Jacob is asexual and aromantic! He went on one (1) date and discovered that it’s all more than he cares to deal with.
  9. Jacob learned his love of camping and the outdoors from his dad, who used to take him on small trips whenever he could.
  10. In his spare time, he reads a lot. Jacob knows he tends to look more like the big dumb jock than anything else, but he keeps himself fairly well-read.

Fun facts!

Walt Watch. Our favorite borrower dad to watch as he yells and scolds hunters and humans. Did you know originally he was killed in the first story of BA?

You weren’t the only ones caught off guard by his return! A review on made me realize that no. He never was mentioned to be dead like Mallory was in the first story. I combed the pages, discovered he was still alive, and an entire story bloomed with him. He’s received more character development than I ever expected my smol borrower dad to receive, and I love him.


Picture commissioned from QuackGhost

Fun Facts!

I was drunk when I wrote most of Shadows and Reflections. On my parents couch in Florida, waiting for Thanksgiving dinner and given an entire bottle of champagne… One of my few exceptions to my rule of very little alcohol in my life. I like to think the story turned out great because of it. Got Sam and Bobby’s first encounter all squared away.

Fun Facts!

Shadows and Reflections took one week to write.

By comparison, Taken took over four months. Four long, painful months. I blame John Winchester and being ornery.

Of course, it’s been two months of trying to write my current story and all I’ve ended up doing is ripping up the two chapters that I had finished. But now I have an idea and I’m curling up in my room on Halloween to at least put the intro together that’s now kicking around in my head.

Fun Facts!

Chapter five of The Schism of Fire and Water ( Come With Me ) was actually inspired by the song Titanium ft. Sia, by David Guetta. Every time I hear it I can see an entire firestorm of the fire sprites swirling around. It also inspired the scene in the chapter itself. 

You shoot me down but I won’t fall – the fire sprites themselves, as long as there’s another fire sprite around, can’t be killed by Dean’s bullets. 

I’m bulletproof, nothing to lose
Fire away, fire away
Ricochet, you take your aim
Fire away, fire away
You shoot me down but I won’t fall
I am titanium
You shoot me down but I won’t fall
I am titanium

Inspiration. I was itching to write this scene right when I heard the song last winter, but had to finish up Taken before I got to it.

The explosion of sound right at the end? That’s Ilyana, setting the countertop on fire in her anger, and Dean catching Sam at the last second.