Author has written 79 stories for Fruits Basket, Inuyasha, Ouran High School Host Club, Misc. Tv Shows, Twilight, Vampires, Fullmetal Alchemist, Card Captor Sakura, Mediator, Jane and the Dragon, Gakuen Alice, Doctor Who, Sorcerer's Apprentice, 2010, Princess Diaries, Firefly, Hunger Games, Airhead, Haven, and Hobbit.
Hi there, I'm known as SapphireShelle91.
I've been writing fanfic since I think I was 12 years old and have been posting them on the web, on different fanfic sites since I was at least 15 years old. I've just turned 21, so I've been doing it for awhile, lol.
I am a huge Reader. I love most kinds of books, ranging from fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, mystery, occasionally romance but not so much. I love history books and books on animals and natural disasters.
I love anime and manga, generally in the same range as my fictional books. Though as of late, I'm not as into reading/watching anime/mangas.
I am Dyslexic, an issue I've worked hard to overcome, but if you do find any spelling or grammar errors in my work, please let me know so that I can fix them, but please don't flame me about them, I'm trying my best to write as well as I can.
I know I've made it when...
The day I think I've made it as an Author (which will hopefully be one day) is the day, that I find that someone has written a fanfiction for my book/book series. Sounds weird right? Well to me, how I see it is, it doesn't matter how many book awards you get or the money or the movie offers or whatever, yes all those things are great but what, to me, what would really make me realise that I had made it as an Author - besides the other big things like actually being published and seeing my book on the shelves in Kmart or a book store - would be the day that some one, just one person really, wrote a fanfic for my book/series. Why? Because, I've been on here, this site for a number of years, and I've read some truly amazing fanfiction work and I think to myself 'If I ever get around to getting all those stories I have sitting around on my Harddrive published and someone actually likes them enough to actually spend the time to write a fanfic for it, then I would be so happy! I have actually made it!'
I know it's a weird thing to think and feel, but in all honesty, nothing would make me happier as an Author than someone actually writing fanfic for my book. I would feel honour in fact if someone actually did.
But yeah, to me, what would say the most in the world that I had made it as an Author would be if someone actually wrote a fanfic for/about my book. I'm weird like that, lol.
All Time Favourites (in no particular order):
Lord of the Rings By J.R.R Tolkien - Dad read these books to me as soon as he thought I was ready... I was seven years old. None of those silly Grimm tales for me, nope he threw me straight into Tolkien literature... and I'm so glad that he did.
Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling - Had the first five chapters read to me when I was grade three and became quickly obsessed. And while there are certain things in the books I don't agree with, they are still one of my all-time favourite novels.
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S.Lewis - Another one to blame on my Dad, only this time my Mum didn't bite his head off about it, lol as she did when she found out he was reading LOTR to me at just seven. She read me The Hobbit when I was eight.
Deltora Quest by Emily Rodda - This series is one that is very close to my heart as it was the first series I read all by myself. I first read it when I was eleven, after I had finally, finally learnt how to read (I'm dyslexic, so it took me a long, long time to read. School was hell for me). I took this series with me on camping holidays and would read it over and over again. I love it with all my heart. My only criticism of it though, was the simply fact that the Shadow Lord was never defeated. Which always bothered me... a lot. Maybe it's because of LOTR and Narnia and all the other books I had had read to me before I read this series had always had the bad guy being defeated, they were never just left to there own devices and to continue plotting another take over. Anyway besides slight flaw in the series, it's a good series and always makes me smile whenever I read it.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins - Found out about this series at work just after the third book came out. I worked at a DVD store with a bookstore just across the way, so after my shift, I duck across and buy the books. Took me three days to read all three of the books... I didn't sleep, lol. Loved the first book to death even though it made me cry, loved the second half of the second book and the third book? I know I'll be booed but I really don't like it and not simply because my favourite characters were killed (stupidly, I might add) but also because the book was simply stupid in various sections. Here we had a war being built up for basically seventy years and then ends in what? Six months? And we don't even see it because Katniss is either asleep or being held under house arrest. And Katniss mission? Don't get me started on that. Basically Mockingjay was a big disappointment to me. I was expecting a full and proper War to end all Wars story but that wasn't what I got at all. It's the only book I have reread in the series. Maybe I should in the New Year, grind my teeth and simply accept what I simply can not change.
The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher - Again, Dad. But my Mum is also into this series to, so it's both their fault, hehehe, lol. I love the TV show as well. Was sad when it was Canned due to the Writer's Strike.
The Parasol Protectorate by Gail Carriger - Dad, again. He gets me into a lot of book series that ultimately become favourites of mine. Probably one of the best Paranormal Romance series I have ever read. It's orignal without sparkly Vamps - Shush Twi-hards, while I never was one of you, I do like the Twilight series (even if the movies have killed some of my love.) and if I mock, it's only to survive not being pested (bashed) to death for liking this series - set in Victorian London, with the Supernatural being a normal part of every day life. I can't put into words how much I love this series.
Maximum Ride by James Patterson - I loved the earlier books but have been slack with the later ones, none of which I've read yet.
The Mediator series by Meg Cabot - Loved the books as soon as I laid my hands on them. Read the series probably once, sometimes twice a year since I was sixteen (I think)
The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot - Lol, I hated this series when I was fourteen but grew to love it when I started rereading the series - the whole series, only read the first two books when I was fourteen - at the beginning of 2011. Yes, Mia still irritates me but then I'm not really reading it for her, but rather for Michael, Lilly, Lars and many of the secondary characters that only briefly appear or are mentioned because I'm curious to know more about them.
Song of the Lioness by Tamora Pierce - One of those series that I was meaning to read for a long time but only did when I was in my late teens and only thought to actually read the series because I found all four books in one at a second-hand book shop for I think ten dollars, lol. And I'm so glad I did. Yes, Allana makes me want to pull my hair out at time, but I do love her. Her and George and all their friends.
Chanters of Tremaris by Kate Constable - Probably read this series when I was a little too young for it but I love it and I read the series once a year.
The Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan - I'm not really sure when or how I got into Percy but before the movie came out, I'm sure. It's strange reading the new series and not being in Percy's head but I love it all the same.
The Mything Series by Robert Asprin - Dad, again, lol.
The Tomorrow Series by John Marsden - School, actually. Had to read the first book when I was in year seven for English and then proceeded to read the next six books. The Ellie Chronicles, I'm not as fond of, but everytime I read the Tomorrow Series, I read EC afterwards.
A Song of Fire and Ice by George.R.R.Martin - I heard of the series from an early age but didn't start reading it until just after discoviering the Game of Throne TV series. I have to read these books in small dose or I become emotionally sick from all the horrible, crappy things happening to all the people in the books. Good story, would hate to live it.
The Unwind Series by Neal Shusterman - Another series that made me emotionally sick from reading it, it was so sad and heartbreaking but I love it. Would hate to live in the Unwind universe, but it's a fantastic story.
Lord of the Rings -
Frodo - I've loved him since I was six years old. No, seriously, I had a crush on him when I was six-seven and then again when the movies came out when I was ten to twelve, lol. I know some people thought and still think Elijah Wood is/was too young to play Frodo, but I thought and still think that he was and is the best person to play Frodo. He portrayed him exactly how I imagine dear Mister Frodo to be like; warm, caring, cheerful, loyal, completely true to his cause.
Sam - I'm sad to say that I didn't respect loyal, brave, sturdy Samwise when I was younger. He, when I was a child, was simply the sidekick to me, I didn't appreciate him as I should have or as I do now. Now, as an adult, I understand just how much he is the unsung Hero of the books. If it weren't for dear old Sam, the One Ring may (and probably wouldn't) never have been destroyed and all of Middle Earth would have fallen into shadow. Samwise Gamgee: Making Frying Pan's cool since 2001. Who knew frying pan's made awesome weapons? Sam did! 'I think I'm finally getting the hang of this'
Pippin - Because, honestly, who can not love Pip? As annoying as the poor little guy is at times, he's heart is in the right place.
Merry - Who is so much smarter than he is shown to be in the movie. Yeah, I was a little disappointed by how different movie!Merry is to book!Merry, but I live with it.
Gandulf - as manipulative as you are at times, we still love you!
Aragorn - Middle Earth's Once and Future King! He was how I was hoping BBC's Merlin Arthur would turn out to be like in the later seasons, but sadly, no such luck.
Eowyn - because she is awesome! She killed the Witch King! Nuff said.
Faramir - I like both book version and movie version. I know a lot of people, at least when the second movie first came out weren't at all happy with how he was portrayed in the movie, you know, being tempted by the One Ring and all. But I thought it made him more human. I've always liked Faramir, ever since I was seven, and I didn't think that by having him being almost corrupted by the ring as being a bad or dishonorable thing to his character, I thought that it built upon it and it was interesting to watch him struggle with his desire for the One Ring before finally realising that it needed to be destroy and released Frodo and Sam to continue on their journey to rid the world of it.
Gollum - It's a love/hate relationship for me with him. I hate him because he was evil and he wanted to hurt Frodo and Sam and he used to scary me worse than the Ringwraiths ever did when I was a kid. No honestly when he first started tracking the fellowship out of Moria and into Lothorian, I was terrified every time he was mention. And I love him because I pity him. I wish that he could have been completely redeemed at the end of the story and that Sam had given him more a chance because I do believe dear old Sam played a role in having Gollum return to his wicked ways with the way that Sam treated him. But yeah, love/hate relationship.
Bilbo - Oh gosh, Martin Freeman playing him! Wow. Of course completely different to how I used to see Bilbo, but he does such a great job! And really in the books (and the movie when the movie comes out I'm guessing this will happen), once Gandulf packs up and heads off to deal with Sauron in Dul Guldor, Bilbo really does become the brains behind the whole quest. He's the one who saves them from the spiders, and the elves, thinking up a way of getting them out of the Elf King's palace without being detected (Ok, yeah, he didn't really think the plan all the way through and sort of forgot about himself, but doesn't that just say what high regard he has for his friends, that he's thinking about them above himself. And he gets out... ok, so he gets rather wet and almost drowns, but still), is the one who figures out how to open the secret door at the Lonely Mountain and faces off with Smaug twice by himself, with only Balin going down the passage way with him, and he only goes as far as the doorway is still visible. Yeah, the little guy does make a few mistakes 'cougharkstonecoughgivingtobloodyelfkingcough' but he really is just a hobbit thrown into a world he really does not understand is completely different to the one he knows so well, but even so, he rose to occasion time and time again. I pretty impressed with Martin Freeman's portrayal of him so far, so fingers crossed that he'll be just as good in the next movie!
Thorin - is it wrong that I dislike (Not all of the time, but there are times when I want to find Sam's frying pan and hit him over the head with it... repeatedly. I mean, come on, he's so arrogant and full of himself and when poor Bilbo saves the companies butts, repeatedly (especially after Gandulf leaves, he becomes the brains behind the whole operation), does he thank him? No! He grumbles.) him in the books and yet adore him in the movies. I want to say that that has nothing to do with the guy who is playing him but... Richard Armitage!
Balin - Bilbo's BFF, though this is more in the book than in the movie. In the movie, Bofur seems to have taken over the role, but Balin still takes poor Bilbo under he's wing.
Bofur - for a dwarf who has so few lines in the book, he's definitely become a favourite after watching the film! First time I watched the movie he and his hat cracked me up, that and him stating the obvious, pointing out or describing things that really could go with out saying any more about. Second time I fell in love with his and Bilbo's friendship. I mean, I did notice it the first time round, but the second time I really registered it and really liked it. Bilbo really needs some good mates and in the book, it takes awhile for him to really make friends with the Dwarves, it really not until he saves them from the spiders and from the elven keep that he starts to get the respect that he deserves. But I'm glad that the movies are showing more his friendship with the Dwarves, in particular, Bofur, Balin, Fili, Kili and I suppose Mr Grumpy, the world hates me Thorin (kidding, I do love you Thorin).
Fili and Kili - One does not simply choose Kili without choosing Fili
Harry Potter -
Hermione: Because she makes being smart cool and nothing to be ashamed of. She is everything that a true best friend should be, always standing up for and by her friends but also remaining true to herself and not afraid to inform her friends when they are wrong.
Harry: As much as he annoyed me during the series, I do love him because he really is a hero of the story.
Serverus: I hate him and like him. He is the bravest man that ever lived and while Harry is the hero of the story, but so is Snape. I started liking/respecting Sev before I read book seven and his big reveal chapter. I started liking, or rather suspecting, that there was more to him than met the eye when I read that horrible chapter about his childhood in book five. That chapter made me start thinking that there was more to Sev and started hating James and the Marauders. And the book seven didn't really change my opinion of James and his friends. I know a lot of people will disagree with me and I know that it is said James changes once he leaves school and isn't like that all the time, but since the only time we really see him is when he's a bully, that's how I see him. James is a bully and I don't like him. But then, so is Sev but I can see where he's coming from. Doesn't excuse him for all the grief he's caused his students, but I can understand why he is so miserable. He had a crappy life and I just hope in the afterlife James, Sirius and everyone (and Lily) who was horrid to him in life all apologize to him.
Luna - Making being not normal cool and being strange is interesting.
The Chronicles of Narnia -
Lucy: For having enough faith for everyone.
Edmund: Because he is a very real character to me. He evolved the most out of all the characters in the series, followed by, obviously Jill and Eustace.
Jill: I love her because while she is a pain in the butt early on in Silver Chair, she grows into a smart, kind, resourcful girl.
Eustace: The boy who proved he was far from useless and that Dragons can be big, gentle sook.
Reepicheep: I know he would hate it, and would possible stick me with his sword, but I honestly want to give him a big huge hug.
Deltora Quest -
Lief: Re-reading the series as an adult, I of course found Lief to be very frustrating in the first series but loving his maturity and growth in the second and third series.
Jasmine: At times I found her frustrating for all her hot-headed moments and for some of the silly things she says and does but given that she grew up al by herself with only birds, little animals and trees company, so I can't really stay mad or frustrated at her for long.
Anna: I know we don't know a lot about Anna - which I've always found to be rather annoying because of several reasons which I will go into - but clearly she is a woman made from very strong steel. I mean, this is a woman who gives up basically her whole life, her child's future (in a way) her family home, her very identity to two people she's never met before and whom her grandfather hated with all his being and so did she probably as the years went by felt similarly. I mean, how could you not when your suffering and your King does nothing to help. I'm sure even with Jarrad explaining ther circumstances in which the palace folk live, there is still some resentment towards royalty on Anna's part. Anyway, the point is she gave up basically everything, all in one night, for her husband useless friend and even more useless king. That takes a strong kind of woman, an even stronger kind to agree to go and live in the Forest of Silence of all places. Honestly the woman is a bloody legend and I just wished we had gotten to see her more or at least have Doom talk about her.
The Hunger Games -
Finnick: Because how can you know love him? Sugar Cube?
Annie: She's not really in the series much but I love her.
The Parasol Protectorate -
Alexia - Because she is awesome! She's a Victorian High-Born Lady who bosses a whole pack of werewolves around and has Vamps terrified of her. She beats people, supers or not, up with her parasol.
Conall - He's a gruff, tough, huge werewolf with a heart of gold. I love him.
Harry Potter: Hermione & Harry, Luna & Harry, Lily & Severus (as best friends), Remus & Tonks
The Mediator Series: Suze & Jesse, Cee Cee & Adam
Deltora Quest: Lief & Jasmine, Doom/Jarred & Anna
The Immortals Quarter: Daine & Numair
Song of the Lioness: Allana & George
The Tomorrow Series: Ellie & Lee
The Percy Jackson series: Percy & Annebeth
The Mortal Instrument series: Jace & Clary
Merlin - Obsessed with since it first came on TV and while not overly thrilled with how season 5 has been going, I don't want it to be the last season.
Haven: Current Obession! I was introduced to this wonderful series when I was on holidays in Orlando, America and saw the second episode of the third season. And while I had completely no idea what was going on - dogs turning into humans because their owner was a jerk towards them and everyone was acting like its a daily occurrence which I later learn it basically is and so on - I fell immediately in love with the characters - I have to admit it was Nathan and Duke who sold me - and wanted to know more about them. So as soon as I came back home to OZ I immediately went out and found Season one and two and I'm so glad that I did. Best Show ever!
Game of Thrones - This show makes me want to curl into a ball and cry at times - as do the books. I love it, but it, like the books, I can only watch in small doses or I get emotionally sick from it. I haven't really the stomach to watch people being cut up and tortured, so I need to take breaks between episodes.
Once Upon A Time - Discovered this show via Youtube when I saw a video for Rumple and Belle which of course perked my interest and basically my love the series and my love for Rum/Belle started. I admit I do prefer Enchanted Forest parts of the episodes rather than the Storybrooke part - I find them the boring part of the episode most of the time, being in the Enchanted Forest is far, far more interesting in my mind. Not always, but a lot of the time - I don't really like Emma very much - granted haven't seen much of season 2 so my opinion of her might change when I have seen it. I just find her frustrating a great deal of the time, but then I find Mary-Margaret frustrating too but I adore Snow White. Actually this is actually true for all the Storybrooke counterparts, find them frustrating but adore their Enchanted Forest true selves.
FireFly - My Dad introduced me to series when I was about fourteen-fifteen years old. Didn't tell me that it had been Can and let me sulk for three days afterwards when I did find out before he showed me the movie. He's an evil bugger but I love him still for introducing me to this glorious show which I hold close to my heart and will always be a favourite of mine.
Doctor Who - Didn't really like it when I first started watching it, but granted I was like five at the time my Dad introduced me to it so I think I can be forgiven. I was more into Ten's seasons but I am growing to like Matt Smiths seasons, if only because of Amy and Rory whom I love with all my heart. Poor Rory, stop killing him already!
Primeval - I am now the proud owner of the box set, I am so happy!
Sanctuary - Dad, again. Stopped watching it for awhile after a certain character was killed off but got back into it when I heard Tesla would be in it more.
StarGate: SG1 - How many weekends I spent with my Dad simply watching episode after episode of the series is insane. I adore O'Neill and Daniel and the banter that these two share in most episodes and of course am a Carter/O'Neill fan.
StarGate: Atlantis - I didn't really get into SGA until I started watching season 2 then I became obessed with it. It's my favourite out of all the StarGate series.
StarTrek: Next Generation - The series that introduced me to the StarTrek franchise. It holds a special place in my heart. I adore Patrick Stewart and Captain Picard and basically everyone else, really.
StarTrek: Deep Space Nine - I forgot until recently how much I adored this series. It is the series that I watched the least of the StarTrek series I've watched. In my mind the last two seasons of DS9 were the best, the full-out War seasons and also because Odo and Nerys are together. I've always had a soft spot for Odo since I was a small kid.
Babylon 5 - Another series I watched with my Dad when I was very small. It's been awhile since I've watched it but I have fond childhood memories of the series.
*My Dad is responsible for introducing me to the Sci-Fi Series above. There are more - a hellva lot more - but these are my favourite and have been since early childhood.
Doctor Who: Rose/10th Doctor, Rose/Clone-Doctor, Amy/Rory
Merlin: Merlin/Freya, Arthur/Gwen
Haven: Audrey/Nathan, Duke/Julia, Duke/Claire
Sanctuary: Ashley/Henry, Helen/Nikola Tesla
Primeval: Connor/Abby, Jess/Becker, Matt, Emily
Vampire Diaries: Elena/Damon (I prefer these two), Elena/Stefan
The 70th Hunger Games (Hunger Games Series)
Annie Cresta is seventeen years old and has no wish to be District's Four next girl tribute. She had two more years before she would have been safe from entering the Games, but the Capital has other ideas for her. The 70th Hunger Games, Ladies and Gentleman. May the odds be ever in your favour!
Note: Am up to writing Part 3 of this fanfic only currently I have writer's block meaning updates for this fanfic are scattered but it's a good read and is up to Twenty-Four chapters.
The Bravest Flame (Jane and the Dragon)
The land has grown old and forgetful, allowing for ancient evil to spread its roots far and wide, deep within the earth and sprouting up when one least expects it. A sole dragon flies the skies and all eyes appear to be upon him and his rider. To what lengths will evil go to get them under its control? Not your average Jane and the Dragon fanfic.
Note: A chapter fanfic. Meant for older readers, 13-15 years and over. This fanfic basically came about when I was sick of writing my other fics and needed a break from them, only now this fic has shot to being my main fanfic that I am writing. It's going to be a long and involved fic - going to be? It already is, lol - and I think it'll at lease be split into two parts. Part one is when the kids are still basically their respective ages in the show while part two will take place about eight years in the future. The first chapter is up and following chapters will be posted depending on the interest I recieve fo for it.
Fanfictions that are In-Progress but will probably never be completed:
A Forgotten Life (Twilight Series)
She is a lone, unique Vampire, with no memory of her past. She has been made to forget everything of her life, even the one she love most. Now she is returning to Forks 56 years later and her past is about to catch up to her, but will she remember in time
Note: I lost interest in both the fanfic and the series. It's not your average Twilight fanfic - at least I've never read anything like it, but then, it's been a long while since I've read any Twilight fanfic - and if you can ignore all the grammar and spelling mistakes - sorry about that, I had no beta and I'm dyslexic - it's not a bad read.
Death Sight (The Mediator Series)
Five years have passed since book 6 and Suze is once again having ghost problems, but this is different from anything she has ever faced. Ghosts are disappearing from all areas by foil means and it up to Suze to stop it, but she has her own problems too.
Note: I do want to complete this at some point in time but at the moment have lost inspiration for this fic. Once again if you can ignore the grammar and spelling mistakes of this fanfic, it's a fun read.
Completed Chapter Fanfictions:
The Tale of The CracKing and His Princess series (The Princess Diaries/In-Progress):
1. CracKing, the First
No matter what he does, he can't seem be able to get her out of his head. He's tried everything; avoiding & ignoring her, calling her only by her last name and simply being a Jerk to her. But nothing has worked. Why? Michael POV of Book 1.
2. CracKing, the Second Round
It's the 2nd round for Michael and he still can't think how to ask Mia out, hiding behind class and club activities to be closer to her. But will something happen to make him change this tactic? Read and find out. Micheal's POV of Book 2
3. CracKing, the Third Times the Charm
I've never been one who despairs over something. Obsessed over something, yeah sometimes. But despair over something? Yeah not so much. But that was basically what I was doing right now. Despairing over the fact that she'll never be mine. Book 3 Mike POV
4. Set Forth LinuxRulz
So M&M are finally together, but could there be trouble already on the horizon for them? Find out what is going on in Michael's head during book 4 of PD. This fic is a part off my CracKing series, so please read those 3 fics first, thanks.
5. The Fifth Note of SkinnerBX
The Fifth Note of SkinnerBx, part five in my CracKing series.Be inside Michael's head & discover what he is thinking during the disaster of Mia's birthday dinner, at her birthday party, during his sister crusade against Les Hautes Manger & his graduation
Note: Is basically complete except that it's epilogue is not yet posted up.
To Score A Princess (Princess Diaries)
All the girls at AEHS swoon over him. The guys there either want to be his best mate or wish for him to curl up in a hole and die! To everyone he is Josh Richter and this is his story of how he scored the Princess!
Note: A sister fanfic for CracKing, the First. Doesn't need to read together, but its not a bad idea to read this fanfic after you have read CracKing, the First just for some extra information and so on.
Fanfictions I would like to write in the future (Or preferrably in 2013):
Princess Diaries fanfics that I want to write... at some point
The Tale of The CracKing and His Princess series (The Princess Diaries)
I really, really want to finish of this series, desperately, which of course means I need to write up the next five books from Mike's POV. Not the easiest thing to do considering how little Michael's in these books and also considering how much I dislike book 6, 7, 8 and 9 - Mia, Michael, Lilly and JP all frustrating me and make me want to strangle them - but I'm not allowing myself to write book 10 until I've written the others ;_;. So hopefully 2013 will be the year for the last five books.
Ideas for Titles for the last five books:
Book 6: Six Feet Under SkinnerBox
Book 7: The Seventh Symphony of SkinnerBox
Book 8: Eight Steps to Chaos
Book 9: Life Sucks to the Nth Degree
* Note1: I'm thinking of simply combining books 8 and 9 together as just one fanfic because there is only a couple of days between them and also I don't know what to write for the time Michael spends in Japan - If anyone has any ideas PM me, I'd love to hear them or any other ideas for these last five fics.
Book 10: Ten More Seconds
* Note2: I'm not completely sold on this title so any ideas for a title for book ten, again PM and I'll put it to a vote.
There are two chapter fanfics that I want to write for the Princess Diaries series one called 'A Princess in Chaos' and the other 'Forever Crowned'. Only problem is they have both ended up being extremely adult for this series, dealing with issues that I wanted the series to address along with other issues that would be way too adult for younger readers so I'm uming and ahing over whether I should keep writing both of them - They're also going to be very long, so I want to have some kind of following before I commit myself to these projects. If anyone is interested in these two fics and want to have a rough idea what they're are about PM me and I'll give you the cliff-notes versions about them both.
Welcome to the New Age (Merlin):
I've always meant to write a Merlin fanfic before this, before the end I mean, but only now I've been inspired to write anything... mainly due to the fact that season five has annoyed me to no end. It has made me cry and scream and want to put my foot through the TV. This fanfic, if it goes to how I plan, will be how I wanted season five to go... at least the end of it. Don't expect this fic anytime soon as it will probable be awhile before it will be posted up but it's on the cards to be written.
I will eventually write a Haven fanfic, but I want to see season three before I start writing up the idea that I have.
There are obviously other fanfics that I want to write but, I think I'll hold back on them until I get my in-progress fanfics finished and some of these written too.
Anyway, enough chattering from me. Please enjoy my fanfics and reviews are much loved and appreciated.