Author has written 16 stories for Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Action, General, Supernatural, and Horror.
"Those who say it can't be done should stop interupting those of us who are doing it" anonymous
Hey. For some odd reason you have stumbled upon my profile page, so welcome! I'm sure that after traversing the wilderness of the Internet, you have some interesting adventures to tell me about - I hope that there are ninjas involved - and I'll reward your efforts with my own brand of witty sarcastic... wit.
By the way, you can call me madz. All lowercase. Because it looks cooler that way. Or Maddy, that's cool too. You might know me from my brother's fanfiction account - krspacet - but I hope you won't hold that against me.
I'm am obsessive bookworm with a rapidly shrinking social life, but seeing as I'm writing the equivalent of fanfics that is probably redundant. Anyway, I worship Harry Potter, am totally indifferent to Twilight, love thunderstorms, am a psycho field hockey player, love watching Criminal Minds, and have a minor obsession with Young Justice. Okay, maybe not "minor," but this is an Internet profile so I'm totally expected to lie about my entire life story.
THE madz WORKS:
Seven Galaxies, One Star (COMPLETE!!): The universe isn't what it used to be. My friend Drecca and I find this out the hard way when we escape our homeworld, only to find that the Seven Galaxies are in worse shape than we thought. Is there any hope for humanity? I certainly hope so.
Bentley and Drecca are in a bad way. First off, they've left behind everything they've ever known in favor of a broader universe. Second off, they universe isn't quite what they thought it was! And to make it all worse, Bentley's father, the hero of the Fourth War, has sent bounty hunters to collect them. Or has he? Bentley isn't sure of anything anymore. All he can count on are these:
1.) His best friend, Drecca Duprai (14, quick to fight, witty, and, to be frank, quite attractive)
2.) His sword (one two-and-a-half foot sword of concentrated electricity called a "Lightyard")
3.) The unpredictability of the universe (including hay-wire robots, killer 17-year-olds, and a surprisingly sympathetic mercenary)
Because the fact is, those are the only things he has - and hope. But is it enough?
Djinn & Gypsy (COMPLETE!!): Gypsy Tanner is fifteen and she has a secret: her whole life is a huge, cultivated lie. Sure, she’s strayed off the beaten path more often than most, and she’s told her fair share of lies. But Gypsy, unlike most others, has an excuse. Her conscience has been egging her on, encouraging her to do the wrong thing and planting deep, dark mysteries into her mind. Maybe it’s just Gypsy. But she’s always felt as though something is amiss in her own mind.
She’s not just going to sit there and let those secrets ferment in her brain. Oh no. Not Gypsy.
Gypsy Tanner has discovered the clandestine society of the djinn, angels, and fairies, but they have also discovered her. When her lies come to light, and the truth is revealed, her carefully structured world might never be the same… if it isn’t destroyed in the aftermath. Gypsy is willing to sift through eons of lies and trickery to find the truth. But under the lies of the ages, she might find something she’s not prepared to contend with… and it might just be herself.
Fey & Fairies (planning): Gypsy's dissappearance has torn about the clandestine society of the fallen. Dayton struggles to come to turns with her supposed death and Lee is under investigation by the Next Zenith police force. Sparrow doesn't know where to turn for answers. And as much as Xarline assures Trik that Gypsy isn't gone, he can't help but feel responsible for what happened inside St. Cathmor's Chapel. The Fey are preparing for a counter attack against the djinn, and the entire human world is their battle ground. War looms on the horizon.
And Gypsy has crossed over to the other side. Can she make it back to the mortal world, or is she cursed to walk in the realm of the fallen forever? Everyone deserved their three wishes, but happily ever after was never guarunteed.
Matte (hiatus): The world has been ripped apart by a third world war. Explosions have torn apart the landscape and caused new mountains to rise. Radiation from old bombs lingers in old cities. Rivers run red with blood. But even more devastating than the effect on the Earth was the war's effect on its people. In the midst of the war, the startling truth was revealed: wizards walks among us. With their help, the war was won, and in gratitude, the survivors set aside a plot of land among the mountains for the wizards to call home.
Two centuries later, life has returned to a new normal. That is, until Madge Daniels, teenage wizard, leaves her country with a trail of destruction and violence at her heels. Branded a threat to international security and a fugitive from justice, Madge hides among the non-magical population and stifles her magic, until it explodes out of her violently and causes a city-wide blackout.
Madge Daniels flees to Atlas City, where the hero Matte lies in wait... but she has a secret too. The secrets of both Madge and Matte are their masks, but when they are unmasked, the world might never be the same again. And for a world already past apocalypse, one more bombshell might put them past recovery.
The Inkwitch Trilogy: Loreli (planning): the mystical kingdom of Aldidor is under attack by the Nomedic empire. Their capital is their last stronghold, the Faravel dynasty protected by an elite team of warrior shamans led by the dashing Cayden Valor. But Cayden is mortally wounded in an assasination attempt on Crown Princess Sabrella, and his only hope is the Priest, a mythical man of legend. Taking him to the Priest is up to Loreli, a budding hedgewitch; Quincy, her younger brother; Wyvern, his bonded shaman dragon; and Dante, a witty Nomedic thief. Chasing fairy tales is not for the weak of heart, and even Cayden is sure they will fail - especially when he starts having premonitions of a sibyl prophecizing his death. But Loreli is the Inkwitch - surely she can achieve the impossible?
Love fades. Loyalties change. Life ends. Only tattoos last forever.
Counting The Sometimes: The madz One-Shots
A girl spends her last eight minutes making sure she has no regrets, and realizes that sometimes, that is enough.
The Wishing: "Throwing yourself off buildings will not spare you when you are all but angel. You will dust yourself off, and they will call it a miracle, and you will give up on the wishing."
An immortal man grows tired of life, but realizes that there is no escape for him because he has been denied death. Regrettably, his therapist can only tell him that he will understand eventually. He just has to keep on wishing.
Scream: "I stand baptized under the windswept blue sky, and scream."
Letting go of your secrets sometimes requires a little screaming.
Avery: "Once upon a time, there was a girl named Avery. She went to this school. One day, she vanished, but it didn't matter because no one remembers her. No one except for me."
Sometimes, remembrance is all that you need.
Masks: "There was an explosion. The building burst into glorious combustion as it fell, kicking and screaming into the earth. Blackened metal twisted around charred remains as it spiraled down to oblivion, and the flames reached higher and higher into the sky."
The line between good and evil is nonexistent when you are left only with the bones.
The Saved: "Sometimes I hate Claire McCormick, because she saved me, and now I'm just one of the saved who just aren't worth it."
The saviors become saints, but what happens to the saved? Sometimes, they just aren't worth it.