|Lucinda M. H. Cheshir|
Author has written 10 stories for Kim Possible, Princess Bride, Supernatural, Children of the Lamp, and Books of Beginning.
Am I supposed to fill this blank space with words? Well, I don't know what words to put in it... How about...
On another, unrelated note, I probably won't be updating my stories for quite some time, because where I am school has begun, along with the unrelenting sea of homework. ... If you want to see what else I've written, that ISN'T fanfiction, go on over to fictionpress.com. I'll be adding some more stuff there soon! (I hope!) But seriously, please review my stories, because as y'all should know, EVERY WRITER NEEDS FEEDBACK, WHETHER POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE. I'm serious, dude!
But yeah, about me? My real name is none of your concern, but you may call me Lucy. I'm 17, and I am female.(Don't let Loki fool you!) I live in the U.S., where exactly in the U.S., I'm not gonna say. Feel free to guess. Er... I've set myself a challenge to write a novel per summer-- they're getting longer each year, I assure you, and I really would rather skip P.E. class altogether and just write! Hmm, let's see, anything else? Nope, can't think of it. Thank you for allowing me to waste your precious time. I can't believe that you made it all the way down here before exiting the page! Good for you!
If you PM me with a request for Children of the Lamp (or Books of the Beginning, or the Cronus Chronicles, and I might expand my horizons further, later,) I'll do my best to write it, but it may take awhile, as I am working on several different projects right now. However, I'd love to hear your ideas for my OC's, which now include: Holly, Cas, Azazel Teer, Dimme Teer, Lucia Teer, Bartholomew Aalesworth, Mark Coomes, Vidor Hansen, Ingrid Hansen-Bjorklund, Femi Hussaout Hansen, Xena and Alexei Epira, and my interpretations of the angels Gabriel, Castiel, and Deamiel, not to mention Alphonso de la Rez, Diego, and Henry Peters. Umm... I'm starting work on a little *prequel* to CotL, it'll be a short(ish?) story about Nimrod's Taranushi (and how he failed it,) it's now called "In the Absence of a Parent," rather than my earlier title "One Family (Minus Two Parents)," and a plot development is in the works for Blessing of The Phoenix. No, I'm not saying anything more, you'll just have to wait and see.
Ah... I'm also working on a super-secret crossover-type-thing between CotL and BotB... and nope, you're not getting any more specific than that! Just that I'm not going to post it until I've finished, which could take awhile.
I took down my first KP fanfic, "Lady Monica Fiske." I might be doing strenuous revisions on it, and possibly putting it back up, but I don't think so. My other KP fanfic, "Hook, Line, and Sinker" is snailing along, so I guess what I'm saying is that I'll update it when I can.
...But another thing. I don't exactly know if anyone looks at this profile of mine, but I have to say it somewhere. I try to review all of the fan-fics I read, try to give positive feedback when I can. I know the feeling of opening up my e-mail and seeing a new alert from here, and it makes me really happy. I love it when people tell me what they think, especially of late with my biggest project that I just completed; The Red Sun of Madrid. Right now, that story is my pride and joy, and I just love sharing it with folks who like my outlook on Children of the Lamp. The last book of that series made me cry at the end, I'll be brutally honest with y'all, I was that sad that my #1 favourite series had come to an end. But that's what fan fiction is for, isn't it? It's for those people who just can't let go, can't imagine their favourite characters just stop... existing. If any of you have read Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder, it makes a point that the characters live on in the minds of the readers. I believe that that's quite true, so I try to be as careful as I can about the characters that I don't own. However, it's also quite true that their entire world is nothing but interventions, nothing but a puppet master pulling unseen strings. For all I know, I could be a character in a story. The way I see reality is different from the next person's. Therefore, I ask all of you fellow fan-fiction writers to join me in being as polite as we can to those characters that we don't own, while also making them realistic and as true to themselves as they can be.
Now, @xasdads/ @sdas, whoever you are:
Please help the Emerald Atlas for we are in great danger of oblivion and in
Search THE BOOKS OF BEGINNING TO GO TO THE COMMUNITY under the book section
If you would be so kind as to make an account and PM me with the reasoning behind this, I'd be very grateful to you. This is not to say that I'm arguing with you, or saying that you're wrong, but I'm a bit mystified as to what you want me to do. Do you want me to try and write a fan fiction for Books of the Beginning? And please forgive me for posting this on my profile, but well... I have no other way to contact you, and anyway, you posted it as reviews for two of my stories.
So if you've got suggestions for me to try n' write, if you PM me with 'em, I'll do my best to write them over break.
@ other reviewer-- "guest" for BotP:
Warning: if you have not read Stevens' The Fire Chronicle, but intend to read it, DO NOT READ FURTHER! In other words, this is my way of being River Song and saying "Spoilers." You've been warned.
And then there was that bit where Mr. Stevens killed off Willemina (is that her name? Let's just call her Elf-princess chick.) for awhile, and I was all like MICHAEL, USE YOUR STINKING BOOK ALREADY! And the ending was just evil! That's such an absolutely enormous cliffhanger!!! I'd never do that-- *looks back at past projects* Oh, wait a second, I already have.
This is not to say that I did not enjoy the Fire Chronicle, just that it took me for an emotional roller coaster ride. Although, in hindsight, I suppose that the Baudelaires-- erm, I mean the P's, weren't as monumentally stupid as Charlotte Mielswetski and Zee Miller when they left Mew behind before going to the Underworld. (That being a reference to Anne Ursu's Cronus Chronicles. It's a very good series: if you like Percy Jackson, then you'd probably like Ursu. Probably. There are various fundamental differences between Anne Ursu's and Rick Riordan's Greek-mythology worlds.
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