Author has written 1 story for Fantasy.
I am the beat of a swan's wing on the breath of the wind. I am the secret at the heart of the standing stone. I am the island in the wild sea. I am the fire in the head of the seer. I am neither of that world, nor of this. Finbar of Sevenwaters, "Son of the Shadows".
My pen name is The Imaginatrix, but you may call me Trix. I am a blind writer in my early twenties. My favourite literary genre is Fantasy, and that's what you'll see me writing. I've been writing fanfiction since I was ten, but I also have original stuff planned. A lot of it. I won't start posting my novels on here until I've at least completed the first drafts, so I hope you can be patient with me. Be assured that I shall not remain idle.
I also love music, and can sing fairly well. My musical preferences span a wide variety of genres, ranging from classical to country to rock, and a number of others inbetween.
I am a Christian, and I'm not afraid to say so. Without God, I wouldn't be the writer I am today, and it's from him that I get most of my plot bunnies. That's my belief and I'm sticking to it.
Stories I like include, but are not limited to, fairytale retellings (the more original and engaging, the better), stories involving magic and enchantments (I enjoy transformations and such), romance (as long as it's believable and doesn't take up the whole plot), and stories that make me laugh, preferably combinations of the above.
Stories I will not read include, but are not limited to, anything involving slash, horror, excessive course language and adult themes (I'm not naive, but too much of that sort of thing does not make a story appealing), anything to do with vampires/werewolves (soooooooo overdone), and anything that blatantly goes against my beliefs.
I will post my original novels on here when I've finished the initial edits and revisions. I won't keep them up forever, but you'll have a decent chance to look at them before I get published, and I'll post the first few chapters of the final draft to catch your interests. Can't have you weaseling out of buying my books, can I? :D
The Sorcerer's Forest:
The product of a writing exercise and a random plot bunny that had been bouncing around in my head for years. An original fairy tale with a female heroine. Any clichés found therein are entirely intentional. I love fairy tales and have read enough of them to know the patterns.
Works In Progress:
The Sceptre-Seekers (unfinished, still in first draft stage as of March 31, 2014):
This is the first book of a series I've been lovingly cultivating since I was fifteen. Shame I didn't really have much of a first draft for it until last July, when I pounded out 50000 words for it during Camp NaNoWriMo. And I'll be using April's Camp to finish it because I've been procrastinating about it for months.
Detailed Summary/preview: The three Sisterlands were once united and at peace, but those days have long since passed into history. The southern-most kingdom was swallowed by darkness centuries ago, and for the last seventeen years, the sorceress Metra has held the north-east kingdom of Maravia under her thumb. When she sets her sights on Talenasia, the north-west kingdom, it is up to Sam and six other Maravians to liberate the northern Sisterlands. They must embark upon a quest for the seven Star-Sceptres, which when united, will have the power to overthrow Metra once and for all. But perils lie in wait for the seekers, and they must work together if they are to succeed.
The first book in the Star-Sceptres Trilogy, which is itself the first part of the Sisterlands Sequence.
The Twelfth Corona (unfinished, still in first draft stage as of March 31, 2014):
This is the first in a series of fairy tale retellings, and is based primarily on The Wild Swans by Hans Christian Anderson. I'll be posting this on Fanfiction as well, in their Fairy Tales section. I started writing this in November for NaNoWriMo, and won with it, but it's still nowhere near finished and I may use July's Camp to complete it so I can start a new book this coming November.
Detailed Summary/Preview: After the death of their mother, Prince Maximillian and his siblings are each given one of the twelve remarkable crowns entrusted to their aunts, who once danced in an otherworldly castle every night for nearly three years. The crowns, known collectively as the Twelve Coronas, are powerfully magical and bond themselves with their owners, unable to be removed from them against their will.
That's all from me for now. Enjoy my favourites. There's already some really good stories on there, and there will be more to come.
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