Author has written 46 stories for Historical, Life, Friendship, Family, School, Nature, Love, War, General, Fantasy, Song, Essay, General, and Haiku.
I extend my warmest welcome to you. Please allow me to formally introduce myself; my pen name is Eleanor Gibson, though feel free to call me Ellie. By nature, I am both a historical writer (with a feminist streak) and a poet. As you've made it this far in the wide collection of fictionpress profiles, I do hope you'll take a few more moments of your time to review some of the works I have posted here. While there are quite a few old pieces of poetry here - there are also quite a few new ones. Below, you will find a list that highlights some of the more worthier pieces of art in order to make your browsing a bit more efficient and tasteful. However, do not feel that you must limit yourself to the pieces listed below.
Recently, I have adopted a review-return policy, which involves a return review on one of your pieces in exchange for the review you left on my work. Also, I encourage anyone who is so inclined to drop me an email. I love to be in correspondence with other writers and look forward to hearing from you.
Rose's Loam (Pirate Queen: Powerful by Land and Sea) - updated very recently. The fourth revised chapter is uploaded and my beta and I are hard at work on the fifth. Enjoy, and pleast please please review!
No Man's Land - songfic to an AFI song. Based on WWI, the trenches and the struggles, both emotional and physical, that the soldiers faced.
Memento Mori - written for school and based around Remembrance day and the cynical thoughts of an old and retired soldier.
january. 12. 09.
I have started to participate in a creative writing course at my university, so expect to see a few new pieces uploaded very shortly. Also, I am still working on Chapter Five of Rose's Loam, something I hope to have up by the end of next week. Please do check back!
there is a new poem in process, pending the upload of it to my creative writing course's forum, you can expect this currently untitled poem to make its debute here very shortly.