|Lady Josephine Rose|
Author has written 3 stories for Fable, Historical, and Fantasy.
Author's Note: For the time being, I will be taking a break from my novel and working on my fanfictions. Eventually I will restart updating When the Clock Struck Midnight as I wrap it up and edit it.
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Visit me on FanFiction.Net at http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2988081/Lady_Elena_Dawson
Hello, avid readers and writers!
On FictionPress.com, I'm known as Lady Josephine Rose. I started off writing fan fiction on FictionPress's sister site, FanFiction.Net (my pen name is Lady Elena Dawson), where I decided that I really want to write something of my own. Something with my own characters, and not those who already have a story written by James Cameron, William Shakespeare, Hans Christian Andersen, or Victor Hugo.
I believe I was born in the wrong generation. The profanity crazed music, the graphic rated-R films, and tight and short clothing don't suit my style. I'd go for anything to live in the 1920s, when anything goes. (Excluding the Great Depression that happened near the end.) I'm a huge movie watcher, though I choose classy, action-filled, or historical ones over romantic comedies and gory horror.)
My favorite historical event that I'll be writing about most of the time is Titanic. I'm fanatical of the movie (despite its flaws and occasionally awkward dialogue -- you still have to admit it's a sweet love story), and on FanFiction.Net I have written fifteen stories, I believe, that ship Jack and Rose. My other favorite event to write about is the French Revolution of 1789 or the June Rebellion of 1832. I'm also a huge fan of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables, and I have one story I've left alone for quite a while now titled "Two Roses in Misery," which is a Cosette and Eponine fan fic on their relationship.
For right now, my novel that I've written for NaNoWriMo (though it is incomplete, I've reached the goal of 50,000 words needed for the challenge) is a rough draft. Sooner than later I'll be finishing it, going back, and revising it. If you see any historical inaccuracies or strange mannerisms, please, feel free to PM me the mistakes! Ignorance is not bliss in this case!
Here's the full summary for my novel When the Clock Struck Midnight:
Short Summary: Marianne Harris is sent to uncover the murder of a famous Russian actress on the infamous "unsinkable" ship: the RMS Titanic. On a voyage full of suspense, mystery, betrayal, and romance, Marianne will not only learn what it's like to fall in love, but also that everything comes with a price. Full summary inside. Historical fiction/mystery.
Long Summary: Russian actress Elena Novikov was the impeccable celebrity everyone coveted when the clock struck midnight on the first day of 1912. However, when her body is found lifeless in her hotel room right before she’s to leave for America, it’s up to a certain nobody to crack the mysterious life of Elena for good.
Marianne Harris is a British investigative journalist who longs for her career to prosper. When she attends Elena’s funeral, she becomes determined to figure out what really happened, and to inform people worldwide who this ghostly Elena Novikov was -- by digging into her past.
Links for "When the Clock Struck Midnight"
Elena's dress in the prologue. It's the sixth picture down:
If you want an idea at what Marianne looks like (though this isn't an exact depiction):
Get all the Titanic information here:
Want to know what women were like in twentieth century Britain?:
Untitled -- Mermaid Marina is sent to land to avenge her parents' deaths and end a feud that began with a stolen bird. Her target: the surviving heir to the throne.
Unknown -- During the Roaring Twenties!
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