Author has written 14 stories for Greatest Showman, Venom, Into the Woods, Mary Poppins, and Aladdin.
Welcome to my world.
I don't know if I'll ever have the courage to give that world a permanent name but currently it's 'Marlingcourt' because I'm writing a book which's story takes place in that very world.
This world is full of chaos and music and singing and writing and drawing and
-I could add another tenthousand things but that would probably be pretty boring.
I think my dear mum would like me to come out off that world from time to time, but I think I prefer to live in here.
Besides, everyone I like (and it's preferred when he/she likes me, too) is welcomed warmly into this world. My readers, of course, are, too. Because I just love my readers. And evertime I get a new comment I'm literally freaking out because... Someone wrote a comment, guys!
(See what I mean?)
Now the BIG question...:
When did this world develop?
-I think itstarted developing in the third grade in primary school (I don't know if this fits your school system but if it doesn't...google 'German school system' and there it's the third grade after 'Kindergarten' has ended...lol) when I wrote my first story.
It wasn't a long story, nor was it a good one but my teachers completely freaked out because it was kinda really good for a third-grade-girl, how they said.
Back then I didn't really have much friends...because they thought I was weird (which I probably was lol). I always told stories about people that didn't exist and I think they thought I was lying to them which isn't the best base for a friendship.
But then I started writing stories and my best friend gave me a book for me to write my stories in for my birthday and that was when I wrote my first long story. It was one with horses and a girl running away from her home and it was 27 pages long -and 8-year-old-me was very proud of it.
So...during summer holidays between third and fourth grade, I developed a lot of friendships (I don't even know why lol) and a friend and I started writing a book in fourth grade but we never finished it.
I think this was the time in which my brain was coming closer to the point where it would be 'grown up' for a sweet little fourth-grade-girl (I wasn't sweet, I was literally a sceleton. Weighing 27 kilograms at a height of 149 cm) before it would be chaotic again, but anyways, it was the time when my brain started apitting out ideas in every kind of situation. It never stopped doing that.
After the heartbreaking school change after fourth grade because that's what the German school system is like; every child changes school after fourth grade, I went to the Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium.
In sixth grade I created an account on the German 'Fanfiction'-website.
In seventh grade I started writing another book, never finished it and threw it away after a half year of work and 17 chapters written.
In eighth grade I created my account on this website.
And now, in the summer holidays between ninth and tenth grade, I'm currently at the tenth chapter of my new book, called 'Lined with past' which I definitely am going to finish with about 295 to 320 pages and 26 chapters plus prologue and epilogue. (I'm really proud of it as you might be able to see;)
Well, as you might have noticed throughout reading this, I'm not English native. I'm a German girl, 15 years old and somehow I love the English language better than German.
So if you're by accident a British girl around that age and go to a school where they take in international students for a year -write me;)
And for the other people out there;
If you have a question about me, my stories or anything else...write me;)
Films, Musicals and TV-shows, I love:
(plus reason why)
Mary Poppins Returns: Ehm? Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda are a reason!
The Greatest Showman: It's just such a great film with such a great story!
Aladdin (2019): Have you heard Naomi Scott sing?! She's sooo good. And how she sung 'Speechless'?? Soooooo good, and so emotional!
Pirates of the Caribbean: the first and fourth are my favourites. Yours? I just kinda love the Jack/Angelica -relationship...and the first one is the funniest.
The Lord of the Rings: have you not seen it?! You don't even need a reason to like it!
Mary Poppins -Musical: Practically perfect in every way. The Musical was how I first met Mary Poppins and fell in love with her (not in a romantic way)
WICKED -Musical: I've never seen it but I will in autumn holidays...probably. I just LOVE it! (Seen it on yt but that's not the same as seeing it live)
Glee: Started watching it because of Idina Menzel...stopped watching it when she left the show...will probably continue watching it in winter.
Things I like:
1 I'm strangely addicted to England maybe it's because of Mary Poppins but Idk.
2 the English language -sorry to all the Australians, Americans and Canadians out there but British English just sounds best.
3 riding a horse. I'm actually not that kinda girl that people see and know 'she's a riding-a-horse-kinda-girl' but I just really love it.
4 Tango -don't ask me why but I think it's beautiful.
5 Musical -my parents loath me when it comes to that...because I'm ainging the whole day long and it's freaking them out.
Things I loathe:
1 Brexit -what are you DOING?!!!
2 Donald Trump -his stupidity exists since there first were maize fringe-rags sewed onto gaping empty heads.
3 climate change -I don't have to explain that
4 spiders -Ewwwwwwwwwwww
5 Kristin Chenoweth's singing -I'm very sorry but I just don't like it:/
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