Author has written 58 stories for Night at the Museum, Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, Little Vampire, National Treasure, Zenon, Penguins of Madagascar, Cars, Phineas and Ferb, Danny Phantom, and Once Upon a Time.
I don't know what to write here except that writing is my hobby of choice. I've written numerous fanfiction, despite how many I've lost due to computer issues (to put it nicely), and at the present, I am hard at work on an original work, though my muse has abandoned those ideas at the present for others she feels are of better use to me at the moment. Of course, who am I to question the muses?
At the present, the muses request that I resume work, though I fear I am too easily distracted for them. ;)
Night at the Museum
Night Watch Series: consists of Canopic Chaos, Shadowhaunt, Tablet Thief, The Gates of Hell, To Close a Gate, and Last Fight, in that order. The series follows an OC, Tally Johannson, who later changes her last name to Fredericks, as she applies for, is hired, and goes through her first few months as a night guard at the Museum of Natural History.
Date With The Devil: set two years after the conclusion of the Night Watch series. Tally's back and fighting her worst enemy yet: the Egyptian god of darkness and chaos.
Outlaw series: set a little while after Date With The Devil. Tally now has to put up with the come-to-life wax dummy of Jesse James while fighting not only Set, the knife-crazy god who cut his brother into pieces thousands of years ago, but Apep, as well, as he returns. Consists of Outlaw, Fighting for Dawn, and Judgment Day.
Going Through HellAU. Kahmunrah won the Battle of the Smithsonian and is now making plans for taking over the world, but he got a lot more than he bargained for when he opened that gate.
Page 47: Ian's high school love returns to his life and takes them all on a quest to discover the meaning behind Page 47.
Compass: first in a series. Ian's sister Tanya enters the playing field disguised as an American in order to find love, but she finds an adventure along the way in unraveling the meaning of the enigmatic Page Forty-seven. (Nothing to do with the above story Page 47)
Clue: Sequel to Compass. Tanya, Ian, Riley, Ben, and Co. are still working on the vast, complicated web of clues surrounding Page Forty-seven. However, further complicating matters is the fact that Nathaniel Howe has broken out of prison and is now after them in earnest.
Chase: Third in the Compass series. Tanya, Ian, and Riley are still on the case of Page Forty-seven and the clues that follow, but even though Nathaniel's out of the picture, someone still wants in on the action.
Core: Fourth in the Compass series. The group are now finally closing in on the end of this insane hunt, but as always, there's more to it, and someone always wants in on the action.
Lock and Key: Revisiting the character concepts of the Compass series but hopefully without the deterioration of story I saw in Compass 3 and 4. Tells of how Jacqueline's secrets are revealed and the sequence of events that leads to her involvement with the treasure hunters on their latest project. Oh, and the face from the past that returns because of it.
Finding Dasha: Zenon thought college, with all its homework and long hours of boring lectures, was inky, but when Proto Zoa re-enters her life and Dasha goes missing, she's off on the quest of her life.
The Blast Seen Around the World: Zenon recieves a premonition in her sleep which disperses the can of worms opened in Finding Dasha, and it seems Proto Zoa, Dasha, and the others are along for the ride.
Flames on Red Soil: Third in the trilogy started by Finding Dasha. Zenon sets out to finish what she started opposite Numbar, which leads her all the way to Mars with Zoa and Dasha, and she's in for the challenge of her life.
Z4: Zenon's world is in upheval mode extreme when she's asked if she wants to be cloned, so she seeks help from the only person she could think of: Proto Zoa.
The Little Vampire:
Birthday Gift: Tony has a few issues finding the perfect present for Rudolph, so he takes his mom's advice, but he gets a surprise in return.
Forever: Rudolph comes to Tony when the latter is quite upset and manages to find a unique method by which to cheer his dearest friend up.
Rise of the Harvest Moon: Beware the light of the moon, beware the light of the cross, beware your own dreams, because Von's return isn't the half of it. First in a series.
Harvest Moon 2: Harvest of Blood: Sequel to Rise of the Harvest Moon. The Count's coming back around, and he's willing to kill for the Stone of Attamon. The question, then, is can Tony and his friends escape with their lives?
Harvest Moon 3: Darkness Rising: Dracula's gone, so everything should be good, right? Wrong. In fact, dozens of vampires are swarming McAshtonland, and several are claiming victims in a show of force and competition The Hunter has called in help, but things don't always go as planned.
The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod:
Good: Vikas accidentally says something cruel to his drudge, launching to the latter into a suicide attempt, so Vikas has to not only save his drudge but also make him feel just that much better.
Penguins of Madagascar:
Penguin Underground: A penguin on the run seeks the help of our favorite rookery of penguins in the Central Park Zoo, leading them on the adventure of a lifetime. This is more than just a day at the zoo. Skivate
Boost's Revelation: Humanized. Boost has something on his mind, and just by chance, the one person he needs to talk about it with shows up to do just that.
Parts: Holley goes undercover in the tuner world, in pursuit of a criminal, and she gets too involved, setting off a chain reaction which ultimately achieves what she'd set out to accomplish in the first place. No pairing because of her confusion about her love life.
Parts: Coming Together: In which Francesco Bernoulli is entered into impromptu witness protection, Boost is confused and trying to find his way, and the lemons are out for revenge.
Parts: Everything in its Place: While at a drag race, Ice meets a tuner who asks to see Axle. The tuner will hardly say why, with good reason.
Ceres: Found: After being captured, three workers on a top-secret project escape with their two products and split up. Years later, one of the products is facing an extraction team from the enemy and beginning to discover herself. Set after the Parts trilogy.
Ceres: Grand Prix: With enemies in hot pursuit, the Ceres comes to understand the nature of their determination and must do everything in her power to counteract it and protect those around her.
Ceres: In the Shadow of the Valley of Death: With Montgomery's prison break imminent, a deadly chess game is underway, involving spies, lemons, and the Ceres.
Ceres: Finding the Wolf: "It all started when Alex Pacer was called down to the office." And it all ended with the finding of the wolf in sheep's clothing. Fourth in the Ceres series.
Phineas and Ferb:
Perry Tells All: Perry, after some thinking, decides to tell the boys his secret, in the safest manner possible, of course.
Interdimensional: The Battle Begins: Platyborg steals something from his former master, setting off a chain reaction which no one saw coming. The battle for Danville begins.
Interdimensional: Long Days' Journey: Perry and Platyborg continue to chase Rodney, limited only by Perry's bandages and the clock.
Interdimensional: Continuing the Fight: The fight continues, and Perry and Platyborg are trying to bring it home, to the Second Dimension, but not everything works out exactly as it should.
Awakening: Danny Fenton/Phantom has grown up and raised a family...of quarter-ghost children, the eldest of whom is about to become involved in a plot orchestrated by the Ghost of Time, and involving an enemy from her father's past.
Awakening: Rise of the King: Normalcy is beginning to return to Amity Park, or so it seems. The Fentons are facing a catastrophe; can they decode Clockwork's poem before time is called? Sequel to Awakening
Awakening: Turning Point: The Fenton Family and the rest of Amity Park prepare for battle with the King of All Ghosts, but what they don't plan for is that things aren't always as they seem. Third in the Awakening Series
Once Upon a Time:
Wraith and Love: Once upon a time, a boy fell into a portal into another world, one he thought was without magic. But he was forced into a life and death struggle against a powerful, elusive, immortal evil. Standing at his side are other teenagers like him, one of them from his own past. The teenagers have one goal: to break out of their magical prison. But just months after the boy arrived, their mission is finally successful. But the evil lording over the prison also passed into the new world revealed by the breaking of the curse. This is the story of the teenagers' fight from the breaking of the prison through the end of their tormentor.
Wraith and Love: Broken Curses: Prince John and Fallon are dead, and Baelfire is rebuilding his relationship with his father and furthering his relationship with Morraine, but the Merry Men haven't accomplished their mission of returning to the Enchanted Forest yet. There's the matter of Regina, growing in desperation and ever-present in her influence in Storybrooke, to deal with. But it can be done. Right?
Wraith and Love: End of Winter: Under ordinary circumstances, the denizens of Storybrooke would think their ordeal over with the end of their confinement to the cold Maine town. But these aren't ordinary circumstances. These are the circumstances that have followed Baelfire and the Merry Men ever since they all entered Sherwood, so that means there's a fight to be won. The Black Forest lays before them, and beyond that is the Snow Queen herself.
Neverlander: Peter Pan is often seen as the symbol of childlike fantasies and eternal youth--and in reality, he's severely mentally ill. It's up to Captain Hook, the pirates of the Jolly Roger, and their few allies to stop him. Meanwhile, Emma is investigating a break-in at Rumpelstiltskin's pawn shop, but what she doesn't know may bite her unless she figures it out. And for the pirates, it's swiftly becoming a race against time.
Neverlander: Something Unacceptable: Peter Pan has chosen a new and dangerous game, which Emma, Captain Hook, and Tinker Bell all must find a way to stop. But in order for them to accomplish anything, they must do something the eternal youth finds utterly unacceptable.
Neverlander: Wondrous Terrible: Peter Pan has disappeared into Wonderland, and it's up to the Lost Boys, Tinker Bell, and Captain Hook to find him. But can they survive the strange environment they find themselves in, its soldiers and queen, or its secret but powerful evil?
Neverlander: Wonderlander: Bae, Morraine, the Lost Boys, Captain Hook, and Tinker Bell are now trapped in Wonderland with no apparent exit and a cloud of mysterious origin and purpose. Can they survive what comes?
Neverlander: The Epilogue: An epilogue in eight parts to conclude the series' plot and tie up loose ends.
Fatal Fire: Tempest: The second he recieved word, he left, no questions asked. What he plunged into was a storm: a storm of emotions, identities, lies, and magic.
Fatal Fire: Soul: Captain Hook continues his quest to save his brother from his deal with the Dark One, and reluctantly, the Dark One's son agrees to help, but no one knows what awaits them as they try to complete their quest.
Fatal Fire: Traveler: Bae continues his quest to find a way to break the Ring around Storybrooke, with the help of Captain Hook and August, but his search for another ally leads him first to Kansas and then to a race against an escaped witch from the Enchanted Forest as both parties try to return to Maine.
Fatal Fire: Defending Storybrooke: Rumpelstiltskin and Regina have both lost all memory of their lives, before and after the curse, and it's up to Baelfire to solve this problem, but he has to contend with Cora and her allies in their bid to take over Storybrooke.
The Arrow Saga: The Tale of the Sensitive: Rumpelstiltskin has for centuries searched for his son, but what he never knew was that Bae was doing the same thing, and it has led him on a strange and twisted path through lands corrupted by dark magic and populated by heroes lost to legend.
The Arrow Saga: The Tale of the Wanderer: Baelfire's journey to his father has only just begun, and he has a long way to go yet, but even when he does arrive at his destination, he learns the hard way that the old saying is true: It's not over till the fat lady sings.
The Arrow Saga: The Tale of the Farm Girl: In Oz, Dorothy is engaged in a power struggle against the land's most powerful magic users. In Storybrooke, Bae chances upon an unexpected object while the quest for a way out of the trapped town continues.
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