Sugary Snicket Productions is the personal 'company' of writer and artist Sugary Snicket. Sugary is the sole owner and operator of Sugary Snicket Productions, and her recent work includes not only writing but Fanvideos, Let's Plays, Artwork and more. Though Sugary has mostly left the art community behind, she has not stopped creating and doing what she loves to do, and can be found all over the web, participating in many fandom-specific sites.
Sugary's goal at Sugary Snicket Productions is to create and present quality work, whether it be an homage to something she loves or a thing of her own devising. As a writer, Sugary believes in giving her all, focusing on one or two tasks at a time until the job at hand is finished. A stickler for detail and realism, Sugary strongly believes in that familiar old writing adage of "Show, Don't Tell" - the better described a story is, the better the reader can imagine the setting, whether it's the surface of Mars or an abandoned mine outside of a Western ghost town. She relies heavily on suspense, often citing it as one of her major flaws as a writer, and enjoys writing mainly poetry and short stories, though she does have some longer works.
Sugary does speak enough Spanish to hold a conversation, so if you are a native Spanish-speaker, she can hold a conversation with you, however her Spanish isn't perfect so she WILL make stupid grammatical errors. You have been warned. (Sugary puede hablar suficiente Español para mantener una conversacion con los fans hispanohablantes, pero su Español no es tan buena como su Inglés.)
Sugary Snicket is a college student, author, poet, Let's Player, and artist with a zest for life and a bountiful imagination. Her intended major is in Chemistry Tech, although she wishes to go back to major in Biochemistry and minor in Statistics at a later date. She first began writing and publishing her works in the sixth grade. As a young writer, she often wrote for Danny Phantom, and later, A Series of Unfortunate Events. Sugary didn't first begin to publish her works until the summer of 2005, when she joined FanFiction.Net and chose a username for herself. She took her name from a certain Mr. Lemony Snicket, the morose author of A Series of Unfortunate Events, and tweaked it to suit her personality and mindset, then began posting her Danny Phantom and Unfortunate Events stories.
Because Sugary was a young writer at the time, these yarns were not exactly the highest quality, but the Fanfiction community readily accepted her, and her writing prowess grew. Eventually, she grew out of her Danny Phantom phase and solely wrote for Unfortunate Events for a time, dabbling in other fandoms here and there when it suited her, but during the Summer of 2006, Sugary discovered a passion for the Myst video game series. She started out by writing some poetry for Myst, then, after she felt her prowess had grown strong enough, started writing Myst-related fanfiction. Her largest work in the Myst fandom is Locusani: Saavedro's Tale, which became a hit with Myst fans and was so popular that it gained its own advertising campaign, website, and spiritual sequel in the form of a follow-up story called Locusani: Revilani.
After the success of Locusani and its sequel-in-spirit, Sugary took a break from the Fanfiction world and decided to try her hand at original fiction and poetry. She immediately took her original works to FictionPress.com, the sister site to FanFiction.Net. There, she published her various poems under the username of SugarRayne (a play on her FFN pen name), and began looking at short horror and fantasy stories. During this time, Sugary published her first major work of original fiction, a short psychological horror story called The White Hour, which she wrote and rewrote multiple times in order to get just the right feel. Her Fanfiction output during this time slowed to a trickle of mainly poetry, but was revived with the release of The Dark Knight, which inspired her to start working on a few short Joker stories. This inspiration gained from the Joker himself was only strengthened after she read the graphic novel Joker, which gave her several ideas for a much crueler and more psychopathic interpretation of the character. She has since begun exploring the Joker as a character throughout his various interpretations in comics, movies, and other media; her favorite Joker-centered graphic novel is The Killing Joke and her favorite stand-alone Joker story is The Laughing Fish, from which she derived her username in the Batman fandom. She is also a fan of a good number of other Batman rogues, including the Riddler, Scarecrow, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and even a slight interest in Two-Face as well.
Today, Sugary is working on short Slenderman Mythos and Batman Fanfiction and has already finished several stories. She is planning on more short stories, but she also recently completed her first multi-chaptered Batman story, enitled The Neighborhood, which is currently up on Fanfiction.Net now. Sugary continues to work at original fiction and original poetry. Upon filling the pages of her current poem journal, she plans to make these new, original poems available to the public on FictionPress.Com, with fandom-related ones being published on Fanfiction.Net.
Sugary Snicket writes both original work and Fanfiction.
For her original work, she usually writes poetry or short stories. Her stories are often in the genres of horror, suspense, and historical fiction. This sometimes crosses over into her poetry. Poetry-wise, Sugary writes anything and everything, from sonnets to haiku, but is particularly fond of free verse and typographical poetry. She's also written a few tributes to Shakespeare's and Edgar Allen Poe's works. She often draws on Poe and Stephen King for inspiration when she writes horror, and cites J. R. R. Tolkein and J.K. Rowling as influences for her fantasy work.
In the realm of Fanfiction, Sugary's interests at the time usually indicate what she writes for. In the past, Sugary has written for A Series of Unfortunate Events, Danny Phantom, Myst, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. She has also dabbled in writing for The Phantom of the Opera, The Inheritance Cycle, and Dexter, areas where she has mainly written only poetry but may branch out into for story purposes. Today, Sugary mainly writes for the Batman fandom. Her stories are usually either dramatic and suspenseful or dryly humorous, and she enjoys writing a good chiller every now and then.
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