Author has written 3 stories for Historical, and Mythology.
Hey! I also have a fanfiction account (also dimanche.creates: https://www.fanfiction.net/u/2567972/). The only story there is Victory is Sweet, Sometimes, a Percy Jackson OC fanfic. Most of what I post here are one-shots that I write in my free time, and that I feel deserve more than sitting on my computer forever. I don't ask for reviews, but I'm always happy for constructive feedback! So if there's a typo, grammatical error, or anything else wrong with the story, don't hesitate to notify me! I won't be offended.
1. I live on Earth.
2. I am a proud Richardian and Yorkist.
3. I think Chocolate is amazing.
4. I ship canon because otherwise, I get stressed.
5. I rule the Incomparable Gardens as Lady Sunday.
'Underrated' Books that I Recommend:
Keys to the Kingdom (7 books) by Garth Nix
Fantasy. Arthur lives a normal life before an asthma attack brings him into contact with Mister Monday, and his adventures begin.
The Sunne in Splendour by Sharon Kay Penman
Historical Fiction. A chronicle of the life of Richard III and the aftermath of his death.
Children of the Red King (8 books) by Jenny Nimmo
Fantasy. Charlie Bone discovers he has magical talents and is sent to Bloor's Academy for similarly talented students.
The First Princess of Wales by Karen Harper
Historical Fiction. A chronicle of the life of Joan of Kent. Not historically accurate but still a good read.
Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedwick
Fantasy. A unique book that tells seven related stories that take place on a magical Scandinavian island. It's hard to describe but it is a very good book and a quick read.
Trapped by Michael Northrop
Realistic Fiction. 7 Students are trapped in their high school during a massive blizzard.
"The power of good is shown not by triumphantly conquering evil, but by continuing to resist evil while facing certain defeat."
"It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live."
"The fantastic thing about war is that it was fought over nothing - literally nothing. Frontiers were imaginary lines... It was geography which was the cause - political geography."
"English is a strong Language. It has a great assortment of four-lettered words."