Author has written 11 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, Inheritance Cycle, Princess Bride, Redwall, Van Helsing, Stardust, Chronicles of Narnia, Deadwood, and Infernal Devices, Cassandra Clare.
The Sapphire Phoenix
Favorite Movies: Inglourious Basterds, The Fall, Sherlock Holmes, Dorian Gray, Across the Universe, Van Helsing...and a ton of others. But those are my TOP ones.
Favorite Songs: too many to list, and too varied to make sense.
Favorite Singer / Bands: The Fratellis, OK Go, Florence the Machine, Queen, The Beatles, Celtic Woman, Josh Groban, KT Tunstall
Favorite Books: The Picture of Dorian Gray, Pride and Prejudice, The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, Peter Pan, The Arabian Nights, Redwall, The Prydain Chronicles, Lord of the Rings, A Great and Terrible Beauty, Dracula, Tithe, Valiant, Interview With the Vampire
Favorite Authors: Will Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Brian Jacques, Lloyd Alexander, Holly Black, Cassandra Clare
Favorite Plays: The Importance of Being Earnest, Les Miserables, Our Town, A Midsummer Night's Dream, West Side Story, Rent, Jesus Christ Superstar, Twelve Angry Men
Quotes to Live By:
"Hey bud, let's party!" fast times @ ridgemont high
"I get by with a little help from my friends..." the beatles / across the universe
"Are we human because we gaze at the stars? Or do we gaze at the stars because we are human?" stardust
"Nothing happens without wishing." cinderella
"Every thing's got a moral, if only you can find it." alice in wonderland
NOTE: All stories are currently on hold. I'm in college and don't have much time to update or post new things, but I'm working on a Supernatural fanfic that will be posted at some point, and one or two other little things. I am also putting most of my creative energy into a novel and a screenplay that I'm actually going to work towards getting published.
Pirates of the Caribbean: One Last Shot: the final volume in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, following the sequel, "Full Circle." This brings the adventures of Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, Elizabeth Turner, and all the rest to a close with Catherine Turner and Ryan Evans finding out that before he died, Ryan Barbossa set a curse upon them. Now they must all - including Governor Swann and James Norrington - travel to England to find Ryan Barbossa's father and figure out how to lift the curse. Their journeys take them from England to the ends of the earth and beyond, with many revelations along the way. Tagline: Before the pirating world is shut down forever, there is time for one last generation to take the floor...all hell will break loose.
Buttercup's Brood: A follow-up to William Goldman's The Princess Bride, this story tells the tale of Buttercup and Westley's daughters Waverly (the older of the two) and Merina. When Waverly is kidnapped by the ruler of a neighboring kingdom, Merina must travel to find her sister and bring her back. With the help of Inigo, Fezzik, Westley, and Rance the farm boy, Merina uses the logic she possesses in place of beauty to outsmart the king and take back her sister before the prince can marry her. Tagline: By no means comes beauty over brains.
NEW STORY - untitled: Loosely based on Holly Black's Tithe and Valiant, this story - which does not yet have a title - follows Caera Connolly as she travels to her grandfather's house in Ireland for summer vacation. Caera no longer believes in magic at the age of seventeen, and so thinks that listening to her grandfather's stories of faeries and spirits that supposedly live in the woods near the house is going to make for a very boring vacation. But as she's hiking through those very woods one day she unwittingly stumbles upon Faolan Finn, a young male faerie, who - unsure of what to do in such a situation - brings her to the Daoine Sidhe, or his court. As they talk over the next few days, he tells Caera of Bram-Arland, an ancient stone circle that is believed to lie just ten or so miles from the wood. However, the directions to find it can only be obtained on the morning of Midsummer's Day, and even then are said to be extremely hard to follow. So she waits and prepares with the help of her grandfather's stories and the Daoine Sidhe's guidance to find Bram-Arland and release the incredible power it has kept bottled up for over a thousand years. Tagline: It has lain in secret, buried in legend for over a thousand years...and its one hope of returning to glory lies in one nonbelieving girl...