Author has written 4 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
I'm a young woman who started writing fanfiction because I was attacked by plot bunnies. I like "The Lord of the Rings," "The Chronicles of Narnia," "The Hobbit," "Pirates of the Caribbean," and "Pride and Prejudice," among other things. On KTTC I am known as Random Pirate.
I only have four stories published at the moment, but I have several ideas that I will write down when I get a chance to. Those plot bunnies are vicious creatures! Here's some information on what I already have posted:
Forever Lost: A resolution to the infamous "love triangle" in the fandom of "Pirates of the Caribbean". It's set either at the end of or after the third movie. It was written well before "At World's End" was released and was not based on spoilers for that movie, so it's an alternate universe piece. If I said what pairing(s) it supports, I would be giving away the ending. The last line is what came to me first, and the rest of the piece followed from there. The inspiration comes from watching "Gone with the Wind" and both making and reading various comparisons between it and "Pirates of the Caribbean."
The Onlooker: Set during "At World's End," so it contains spoilers for that movie. An old friend watches from the sidelines as the Pirate King and the pirates prepare for battle. Unlike "Forever Lost," this is not an alternate universe piece. The piece features James Norrington, Elizabeth Swann, and Will Turner.
Endurance: Set between the beginning of the end credits and the epilogue of "At World's End," so it contains spoilers for that movie. It's a small glimpse into the point of view of Elizabeth after the departure of the Flying Dutchman. Elizabeth is the featured character, but several other characters are mentioned, especially Will Turner.
Thoughts in Battle: The title pretty much says it all. This is meant to be the thoughts of Peter Pevensie as he fights at the First Battle of Beruna in "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe". It follows the movie for the most part, but there are pieces that follow the book as well. It's written in the first-person perspective. The style is mostly stream-of-conciousness, so it is grammatically incorrect at some points. I got the idea for this after watching the movie too many times.