Author has written 21 stories for Meet the Robinsons, Pirates of the Caribbean, Kingdom Keepers, Clique, Psych, Ghost Hunt, Little Mermaid, and Time Warp Trio.
"I may be small, but I've got giant plans to shine as brightly as the sun." -Little Women, Astonishing
Hey y'all, I'm NobleBrokenBeauty, but you can call me Maddi, NBB, or Noble. If you know me REALLY well, then you can call me Yuffie or Sosyn.
Grade: College third year
Located in: Mount Justice.
"Keep your words sweet. You may have to eat them."
"You can get by on charm for fifteen minutes. After that, you'd better know something."
"She tells herself to wait because Cinderella didn't find her Prince Charming until the end."
"Keep your head up, gorgeous, because they would all kill to see you fall."
"Perhaps too much sanity is madness." (Man of La Mancha)
"I reject your reality and substitute my own!" (Adam Savage, MythBusters)
"What the hell is pride worth if you have someone to protect it for you?!" (Mai Taniyama, Ghost Hunt)
Meet the Robinsons
Untitled: "Wilbur, I specifically told you not to play with Lazslo's new paint gun... don't go whining about the consequences." Cornelius finds out he can have a lot of fun with his son's mistakes.
Who I Am: (Mini-RSF threeshot drabble, short profiles on Franny, Cornelius, and Wilbur, in that order. Slightly based on the song by Jessica Andrews) I am Rosemary's granddaughter. I am the spitting image of my father. When the day is done, my momma's still my biggest fan. It's who I am and always will be.
That's What You Get: (Actually based on a real event. =D Not based on the song by Paramore.) Seven-year-olds have a certain sense of revenge always playing on their minds.
Civil Women: (Another TWT/MTR crossover, sequel to Time Warp Trauma. Jodie's POV. Still in works.) "We thought it was all over; that we'd never see them again. It had been three years, after all. Oh, were we wrong..." The Book has just transported fifteen year old Jodie, Freddi, and Samantha to the Civil War times. They meet someone who seems very familiar--but who is she?
I Loved Her First: (LR-RSF) Just seeing her grown up, he couldn't believe it. His own daughter, his only daughter was getting married.
Wilbur Discovers Fan Fiction: Heh heh, there's no telling what Wilbur will do... or say... or scream when he sees stories--all about him. Well, not all about him, but that's not the point. The point is: Wilbur is in for the time of his life.
Little Dream: The aftermath, the fight, the search. Mai is not a girl who gives up.
This Messed Up World I'm In: (Kind of like the old TV show 'Dead Like Me,' but no one's dead.) I stepped cautiously along the pathways. Everything seemed so different today and no one seemed to notice I was there. And it was only when I reached the office I realized... "'May I help you, miss?' Naru sat at his desk, file chart open, but forgotten. I grinned, and hung my coat on the rack. 'Very funny, I'm here like any other day and on time, too, Naru.' Naru continued to give me that funny little stare. 'Where did you hear that name?'" ...I realized something was very wrong.
Either Catch Me When I Fall or Counting the Seconds: (Inspired by a STAR test question in eighth grade. Dead serious, I'm insane. Or I just have an overactive imagination. Or both. Both works.) "Only Mai was willing to hitch up the tree to see the parade." But why won't Naru let her?
Untitled: (I got this idea from MLIA. That's how imaginative I am. (MLIA).) Whatever happened to the intimidating Lin who terrified Mai?
You Wouldn't Let Me Die: (To make sense of a cheap cop-out of both the manga and the anime which makes me angry every time I watch or read it.) Blood. Blood. Blood. And he could stop it, but at his own sacrifice.
I Don't Drive: How three simple words had such a window into Naru's past.
Doors upon Doors: "From the door's soft opening and the day's first sigh and the last holy breath, whispering 'this.'" Naru and Mai had walls between them. They had doors shut and locked to separate themselves. To protect themselves. From what, neither was sure.
Castles in the Sand: (Based on the original Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen.) 'Well, demigod powers are usually pretty awesome. But when you burn your own niece by just touching her arm, the brand of a demigod isn’t so much fun.' Percy is thrown into his father's realm in the beginning of summer, only to discover the darker side and responsibilities of gods and their families. Luke's mistake will not be made again.
When the Sun Falls: (Post-series finale.) Because giving up wasn't how things went around here. Not in the slightest.
Current Story Updates
Into the Woods: Chapter 3 - 30 percent complete
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