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Author has written 30 stories for Romance, Supernatural, General, Fantasy, Love, Essay, Friendship, General, and Life.
Just wanted to let you all know that I've decided to stop writing. Basically I felt it wasn't getting my anywhere and no one seemed to care, so I don't want to waste my time. Thank you for enjoying my work, if you did. Seriously though. If you like someone's work, tell them. It matters.
Anything I post from now on has been pre-written already and just not previously uploaded.
Hello everyone! If you've found yourself here because you've been directed by my FanFiction page, GREAT! If not, EVEN BETTER.
So, basically, the name's Aurelia Knight. I write stories and poetry, just like everyone else around here. I mostly just stick to fantasy stories, though. I also enjoy writing little snippets that take place in Victorian-era England.
By the way, if you like my original work and would like to read my fanfiction, just click here.
Don't forget to check out my blog here!
You can also follow me on Twitter @cyndercrys.
A Musical Journey: This will be updated as I write stuff for it. It's literally completely random if or when I'll update. And each chapter is different, so it's not like there's an actual plot anyway.
The Merchant's Daughter: The third, and final, installment of my Of Love & Swordplay trilogy. This one, however, can be read on it's own without any real prior knowledge of the first two. I've started posting it and production is going along well. It's nearly finished, and the next chapter is about half written. Since school is out expect it to be done within the next few weeks.
Full Summary: The only danger in her life is whether or not deliveries are made on time. She does not spar. She does not fight. She hasn't even wielded a sword in years. He always has one. He never puts it down. He lives only to serve his country and to protect his family. Me? I'm caught in the middle of them. They're my parents, but I can't stand it. She always has work to do and I hardly ever see him. So one night I decided to take matters into my own hands. I guess I should have been paying more attention to what I was doing, but that can't exactly be helped now. Especially not with bandits involved.
Wrought Iron: A new story I've been working on during my Creative Writing class. This one is heavily influenced by Robin Hood and Enya music.
Full Summary: Kaerik, a humble blacksmith, suddenly finds himself with a rather peculiar problem: Linna, a thief, has literally fallen into his life. He refuses to let her leave until she's well enough to travel. Through a series of misadventures, the two begin to feel affectionate. However, it cannot last, especially not with the sheriff out to get her and the kingdom is disarray.
A Quick Note
I tend to reuse a lot of names in my stories, so keep in mind that it won't necessarily be the same people unless I say so. For example, I have two different stories that feature Skye and Valaeri (Lark Song). They look and act the same, but they aren't from that particular story. Essentially, if you get confused at any time, just PM me or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I don't always check my PM box.