Author has written 2 stories for Fantasy, and General.
-I'm Steph, I'm an 19-year-old girl, and I'm called Teffie by the good people of and my little sister.
interests: alphabetizing, baking, baths, beaches, cupcakes, dancing, fashion, novelties, reading, shopping, writing.
music: The Bird and the Bee, Cat Power, Coconut Records, Feist, Lavender Diamond, Rilo Kiley, She & Him.
TV: The Office, Gossip Girl.
movies: Amelie, The Darjeeling Limited, Mean Girls, Lost in Translation, Love Actually, Pride & Prejudice, The Princess Bride, Waiting for Guffman.
books: Anna Karenina, The Bell Jar, The Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, The Princess Bride, A Room with a View, A Series of Unfortunate Events, To Kill a Mockingbird.
-Incidental Living - A bitter hipster gets some perspective from a girl in a lavender cardigan and combat boots. Multichapter short story.
-Chains of Fate (ON HOLD INDEFINITELY) - A search for a cold-blooded killer and a missing father becomes a search for freedom, love, and identity, a quest that is soon swept up in the consequences of an ancient war and a mysterious, powerful heirloom. Now being REVISED.Multichapter epic. Check out the map for locations!
Reviews are returned!
-June 17, 2009 - It's...been a while. I'm putting CoF on hold to work on a more mature piece, Incidental Living. I do hope to finish CoF someday, since I've been working on it for close to 9 years! It's just been delayed for now.
FUTURE PROJECTS (none of these are definite):
- Children of Fate- a sequel to COF.
PREVIEW: Princess Ele's 17th year is off to a bad start. For one thing, her boyfriend is distant. For another, her sister is dying. A simple journey and a mistaken kidnapping lead her to the Children of Fate, an underground resistance group against a hostile king.
- The Road (working title)
PREVIEW: Ishara was used to her dad bringing stuff home. Useless junk found on the side of the road, stuff no one in their right mind wanted. First an exercise bike. Then a hot tub. Then a puppy. But Is never, ever expected her dad to bring a boy home. (Inspired by E.M. Forester's A Room With a View.)
COPYRIGHT & DISCLAIMER:
-With everything important said, I leave you with one last note: don't steal. Really, don't. It's not cool.
-I had major help with CoF from my friend Jacky. 75 percent of the characters and some of the plot are her creations, so thanks to her for that!
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