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Author has written 11 stories for Kids, Young Adult, Romance, Fantasy, and General.
Note: At the moment, I've taken down most of my stories and vacated Fiction press.*drags away a suitcase full of unfinished ideas*
Favorite Book: Crown Duel by Sherwood Smith
Favorite authors/series: Sharon Kay Penman, Philippa Gregory, Jane Yolen and Robert J. Harris, Judith Merkle Riley, Libba Bray, Erin Hunter (Warrior series), D. J. MacHale (Pendragon series), Eoin Colfer (Artemis Fowl), Tamora Pierce, Darren Shan (Cirque du Freak series), Shakespeare (some of his plays, particularly Macbeth), Cassandra Clare (City of Bones), L. A. Meyer's Jacky Faber Adventures, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Kenneth Oppel (Firewing series), Sarah Dessen, George R.R. Martin (Game of Thrones), the Ranger's Apprentice series by John Flanagan, King of Attolia Series by Megan Whalen Turner, Guardians of Ga'Hoole by Kathryn Lasky, The Kingkiller Chronicles (by Patrick Rothfuss), Ender's Game, Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson, Edith Pattou, the Rogue Agent series by K.E. Mills
Book Genres: From Most Favorite to Least
1. Historical Fiction (especially medieval)
4. Realistic Fiction
6. Science Fiction
7. Humor (not that I don't have a sense of humor...I think)
8. Horror (I haven't the stomach or the heart)
9. Mystery (I haven't the patience or the interest)
Hobbies: reading, writing/typing, playing badminton, listening to music, doodling, playing RPGs, sleeping...er, does daydreaming count?
Consequences of the Mysterious Piece of Garbage: I wrote the entire story in the eighth grade. It's the first story I've ever completed. It's very simple, meant for a younger audience, but if you love cats, you might like it!
A Moment of Anger: A rather bitter one-shot. I felt better after writing it though.
Destined to Destroy (formerly titled Mira, Mira): Demons and misanthropes and the end of the world...
Sequel to Consequences of the Mysterious...I've written a prequel, which could also function as a sequel. Tom is telling a story (from the past of course, thus it's a prequel), but you also find out what happened years after the incident with glowing garbage (thus, it's also a sequel). Argh, I just confused myself.
Empty Promises: Nanowrimo 2008. Basically: problems ensue when a leader of a gang takes an unnerving interest in a plain, idealistic girl named Coriander Tungsten, who doesn't know what to do with her life.
Nicolais: Nanowrimo 2009. Nicolais isn't your typical villain. For one thing, he's narcoleptic. For another, he has no idea how to take over the kingdom that his brutal father desired. He starts by kidnapping the heiress to the throne, but that doesn't work out as neatly as he expected especially since the girl--Jeanne Butterfly Jillet--has a mind of her own and an attitude problem to boot.
Golden and Groundwater: Along with the Wives of Celadyn, it's one of my only works with magic and magical creatures. The later chapters are much better than the earlier ones, I think (less telling, more showing), but for now, I just want to finish it and post it.
The Wives of Celadyn: Fantasy and a cute and fluffy romance. Enjoy.
One Shot Central: My pathetic attempts to write short stories.
Sequel to Nicolais. Eckhart Halloway, a spurned suitor of the queen with a score to settle, overthrows the rightful king of Mielind. Now the king of Mielind has to find a way to win back the throne for the second time and more importantly…save his family from a madman.
??Stuff I'm Working On??
Blood-eater: Nope, this is not the typical vampire story. First person POV. Rated M.
An excerpt: “A vampire brought me back to my room…” I started wandering off. My head was reeling. A living, breathing--
“I’m not a vampire,” Damien said crossly.
Untitled: To be fair, this is a werewolf story :P Third person POV. Also rated M.
Denna, a young woman who has given up all hope of marriage and true love, finds herself entangled in a werewolf conspiracy that spans over three kingdoms. Unfortunately, she has to unravel the conspiracy while her childhood bully, the handsome and charming Jack Hecklebye, and a mysterious werewolf, Kahjry Hightide, tag along.
I'll come up with a better description eventually...
Untitled: My first Nanowrimo ever--set in a medieval, fantasy world. Multiple 1st person POVs
The young noblewoman Emma Galeton never expected any drama in her boring, simple life. But drama strikes and secrets unfold when her married sister runs off with a traitorous knight who would like nothing more to destroy the Galeton family and the man Emma loves...who also happens to be her sister's husband.
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