Author has written 22 stories for Supernatural, Politics, Fantasy, Fable, Horror, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi.
About me... well, let's see.
Northern Irish • homeschooled • 19-year-old • asexual • atheist
I'm one of the least organised writers ever (when I start a chapter I rarely know how it'll end). I have a probably unhealthy fascination with fairy-tales. I never think anything I write is any good once I finish writing it. I'm on Wattpad and Movellas under the same or nearly the same username and on Fanfiction dot Net and Archive of Our Own under different ones. At any one time I have at least a dozen different story ideas cluttering up my head. I'm very good at procrastinating.
Watership Down: The world-building! The descriptions! The characters! Everything about it is amazing!
Pride and Prejudice: Quite possibly the greatest romance novel ever written, and one of the few I enjoy.
Bleak House: Hilarious in some parts, heartbreaking in others, and brilliant throughout.
The Silmarillion: One of the most depressing, hard to read books ever written, but also one of the best books ever written.
The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings: The films are good. The books are even better.
Chronicles of Narnia: Ignoring The Last Battle, this is one of the best fantasy series I've ever read.
Howl's Moving Castle: Sophie is one of my favourite fictional characters, and Howl isn't far behind.
Charlotte's Web: Ouch.
Alice in Wonderland: Weird, but good.
Anne of Green Gables: Every single character is so real.
Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien
Obsessed with musicals (I have The Sound of Music and Les Misérables memorised).
Favourites, in no particular order:
Sound of Music, Les Mis, Singin' in the Rain, Phantom of the Opera (but don't ever mention the film), anything by Disney (though Beauty and the Beast -- the original, not the remake -- is my absolute favourite), Elisabeth (why is there no English production? Why?), West Side Story, Anastasia (both film and theatre versions, with a slight preference for the vaguely-more-realistic theatre version) and anything and everything Takarazuka.
The Greatest Showman is a bit of a guilty pleasure. It's a pretty silly film with truly appalling historical inaccuracies (why did they make it about P. T. Barnum -- who was historically a horrible man -- instead of a fictional character?), but it's entertaining.
Favourite Films/TV Series:
Star Wars (but not the prequels!), Lord of the Rings, Prince of Egypt, Chronicles of Narnia (impatiently waiting for the next film), Pride and Prejudice (1995, not 2005), North and South, Bleak House, Little Dorrit, How to Train Your Dragon, Rise of the Guardians, Cranford, Wives and Daughters, The Princess Wei Young...
If it's a period drama, there's a good chance I'll either have watched it or mean to watch it. Especially if it's adapted from a Dickens novel.
Death and the Emperor: Science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, a bit of romance, and goodness knows how many other genres. The first book is complete, and I haven't started the second yet. It started out based on Alice in Wonderland with a bit of inspiration from Hades and Persephone, then some Elisabeth and Narnia influences crept in.
Book 1 is finished and posted. Chapter 1 of Book 2 will be posted on 2 August.
Has three side-stories/bonus chapters uploaded separately:
The Undiscovered Country
Age So Crammed With Madness: No idea what genre this is, but it's set in a steampunk alternate universe. Camp NaNo project for April '18. Turned out to be a spectacular failure, but I've posted all the chapters I finished.
In a Weary World: Retelling of a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. Currently in-progress. It's frankly a mess, but hopefully posting it here will motivate me to finish and edit it. The first chapter will be posted on 25th June.
All my stories are first drafts, so please excuse any plot holes, mistakes and the general mess that first drafts tend to be.
That's all I can think of at the minute :)