It's because of contributions from these people that we have been able to post daily ever since the season four finale. I'm sure some of you remember the story, but when I told elle2 we were going to try and post daily except Saturdays during the Summer Hellatus, she thought I'd had officially cracked. We ended up actually posting on an average of 1.3 times daily! (including Saturdays) Now, we're actually closer to 1.7 times and pushing for 2.0. With a new staff of writers, I think that can be done (right guys?). Or at least we'll keep posting until you're totally sick of us.
I also want to send my sincere thanks to everyone that checks out our little site here. November was an incredible month here as we far exceeded anything done before. We almost hit 1 million page hits. You want to know how many page hits there were in January when this site started? 9000. Total page hits from January to October? A little over 5 million. We had almost 12,000 unique visitors and close to 30,000 total visitors in November which is 40% over our previous best month (July). Thank you everyone!
Below are the bios I got from our new "official" writers. Sure, you've been reading their stuff for a few months now and probably won't notice the difference, but hey, they at least get a writing credit now and a spot in the "Who Are We?" section at the top of the page. I'm including elle2's also since she never sent me one before now. Thank you elle2, elle, Faellie, Randal, Jasminka and Sablegreen and give you all one grossly overdue welcome!
Elle is a 21 year old Ontarian (Canada), currently in her 4th year of university majoring in honours legal studies with a minor in psychology. She discovered Supernatural on her journey to replace the other love of her life, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Immediately addicted to Supernatural after viewing the Pilot on DVD two summers ago, she has never looked back.
Jasminka, hooked to Supernatural from episode one, has led several lives so far. After studying psychology, literature, drama and opera, she eventually found her calling for becoming a psychotherapist, treating trauma survivors, terminally ill and suicidal patients, and many young people with personality disorders or changes, which she considers to be the most rewarding job possible. Apart from that she has been teaching, but would never give up being a therapist for lectures only.
She started to write in high school, initially to continue books she had grown to love and didnâ€™t want the story to end; later she became a reporter for her universityâ€™s newspaper. Early on she experienced writingâ€™s relaxing and enriching effect, and with her imagination incessantly at work the need for expressing thoughts and emotions via writing has always been there. Particularly in emotionally taxing periods of her life writing has become a tool to sort out and untangle thoughts and find solutions, on a creative level. She hopes to complete a novel sheâ€™s been writing. She is happiest when with her loved ones, sharing experiences, rambling over books, theatre, movies or a certain tv-show. She dreams of parachuting at least once in her life, swimming with dolphins and visiting Hawaii. Despite being acquainted with loss, her biggest fear is losing people she loves.
Supernatural has had a most unexpected and incredibly stimulating impact on Jasminka, as its many layers wouldnâ€™t leave her alone. Although this amazing show deals with the paranormal, its deeply human story moves her the most, and her curiosity to explore the facets of its charactersâ€™ relationships and struggles or the seriesâ€™ metaphysics arises with every episode, never ceasing to inspire her.
Sablegreen is a medical research scientist specializing in immunology and genetics. She also has been involved with community service at the government level for 15 years. She is currently employed in the pediatrics department of a large medical complex. She spends much of her free time competing in agility, tracking, obedience, and carting with her two dogs. They also do therapy work on weekends at nursing homes, hospitals and schools. She found Supernatural in the summer of its second year by renting the DVD from season one. She has been hooked ever since.