Assuming that Uncle Charlie had left Santa Rosa without making his final attempt on young Charlie's life, what might have happened between the niece and uncle who at one point in their lives were so attached to one another? Based on the Hitchcock film.
Shadow of a Doubt - Rated: T - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 35 - Words: 57,594 - Reviews: 13 - Updated: 6-8-12 - Published: 4-24-09 - Complete
According to Cecil Vyse, the ideal wife would be a mindless work of art, a Leonardo, to be supervised and influenced. However, Mr. Vyse fails to see the ironic truth that a blissful marriage with him would require a wife who abhorred all of these ideals.
A Room With a View - Rated: T - English - Romance - Chapters: 10 - Words: 20,996 - Reviews: 6 - Updated: 4-4-10 - Published: 12-27-09
While attending Harvard, the quiet, introverted Jedediah Leland never really thought that he would remain friends with the ambitious, somewhat reckless Charles Foster Kane. But when tragedy strikes his family, will anyone else be there for Mr. Leland?
If Sweeney had been able to avenge himself before becoming a full-fledged serial killer, how would his story have played out? Would he have been able to salvage a relationship with his newfound family from many years ago? TEMPORARILY on hiatus.
Sweeney Todd - Rated: T - English - Drama/Suspense - Chapters: 3 - Words: 5,407 - Reviews: 13 - Updated: 7-6-09 - Published: 6-23-09 - Sweeney T. & Johanna B.
Ever wonder what prompted Uncle Charlie's killing spree? After being subjected to Mrs. van Hopper from "Rebecca" and Mrs. Atwater from "Rope" while waiting for a doctor's appointment, anyone might be tempted to become the Merry Widow Murderer. Oneshot.
Shadow of a Doubt - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,433 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 6-18-09 - Complete
The only way Jefferson will write the Declaration is if Adams can send for his sweet little wife Martha. He is able to do so because of an unexpected helper... So he thinks. The ultimate 1776 crack-fic... that I've come up with so far.
John Adams is the same obnoxious and disliked character we all know and love... only now, he and his fellow congressmen are high school students. Based on the movie/musical 1776. Quick note to avoid any confusion- This is set in modern times, not 1776.
Ok, so how many people actually like the way F. Scott Fitzgerald ended The Great Gatsby? Things didn't turn out too "great" for him, did they? Anyway, ignoring that campy, distasteful play on words, this is how the book SHOULD have ended.
It's 1776 and congress has become nothing more than a room full of disorderly, immature, spoiled brats. Hancock has had enough. Based on movie/musical 1776. Note: This story IS a parody. If characters seem overdone/exaggerated, it was intentional.