Author has written 14 stories for Song of the Lioness, Bleach, Sherwood Smith, Greek Mythology, Troy, and Harry Potter.
Before you insult someone, walk a mile in their shoes, so that when you do insult them, you are a mile away and you have their shoes.
In Love With: Chocolate
A girl is like a teabag, because you never know how strong she is until she lands in hot water.
A Hundred Drabbles: A hundred drabbles set in both worlds of Tamora Pierce. Will take place in both Emelan and Tortall. I will try to incoporate a variety of beloved characters into this. Genres vary. Some are unconnected and can be considered oneshots, but there are a few arcs going on. I take as many requests for characters, pairings, themes, and ideas for these drabbles as I can, so if you have an idea, PM me.
Erato's Ballad: The tale of Achilles and Briseis. It starts from when they are children, outlining their meeting, arguments, and how they grew up to care for each other so deeply that their love would be remembered eons later. Mainly focuses on might not restricted to the Trojan War. There will be a lot of backstory and other important characters, but the focus is on the warrior and the priestess. A love story.
Achilles is one of my favorite characters in Greek Mythology and I've always imagined him as been really kind on the inside. I loved the way he changed in Troy and fell in love with Briseis. I was also appalled that Helen and Paris survived and got together after they caused such an awful war! My version of the Trojan War in the POV of the two heroes, starting from when they were children, outlining their meeting, arguments, and how they grew to care for each other so deeply that their love would be remembered eons later. A love story.
The Second Generation: Adventures and Mishaps: Albus Potter. Scorpius Malfoy. Rose Weasley. Alianne Longbottom. This talented and witty foursome will have to endure lessons, prejudice, Prefects, injustice, romance, darkness, and the threat of a looming evil . What will happen? One thing is for certain: With these four extraordinary sorcerers as the best of friends, their adventures will be eclipsed only by those of their parents.
A Circle of Magic: Brave, bold, and valiant Godric Gryffindor. Shrewd, determined, and subtle Salazar Slytherin. Creative, intelligent, and witty Rowena Ravenclaw. Kind, understanding, and loyal Helga Hufflepuff. The four greatest witches and wizards of the age. The best of friends. One goal. One friendship. Various adventures. One chance. Their epic story of magic, bravery, love, and most of all: friendship.
If Only Tears Could Bring You Back: A four-shot on my take at how different characters deal with the death of loved ones in the aftermath of the Battle of Hogwarts; siblings and children and lovers. Each chapter features a different type of relationship and a different reaction to loss. The final chapter will tell how everyone manages to move on and live again.
Shoot for the moon and even if you miss you'll land among the stars.
"Do you always barge into mens' chambers before knocking? What if I hadn't been dressed?"
"I wouldn't care if you were wearing a pink ballgown if you'd just answer my question!"
- Sir Gawain and Lady Luneta; the Lioness and the Knight, by Gerald Morris
"His Majesty said with all deliberate speed!"
"That's how we're doing it, deliberately."
- a messenger and Lord Raoul of Goldenlake; Squire, by Tamora Pierce
"We are in such trouble."
"Nonsense. We are getting out of trouble. Do sit up. You're distressing Aly."
"There are probably dragons who don't distress Aly. Weren't you banished, or some such thing?"
- Kyprioth and Dovasary Temaida Balitang; Trickster's Queen, by Tamora Pierce
"Arrrrrrgh! Forgive me for behaving like a perfect ass!"
"Certainly, sir. Say no more, sir."
- Fitzwilliam Darcy and his valet, Fletcher; An Assembly Such As This, by Pamela Aidan
"Now, if the two of you don't mind, I'm going to bed before one of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed, or worse, expelled."
"She needs to sort out her priorities."
- Hermione Granger and Ronald Weasley; Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, by J.K.Rowling
If you don't stand for something then you'll just fall for everything.
MARCH 29, 2009: Hey guys. I know that I have been a horrible author for not updating anything for ages. I'm sorry! Everything has been extremely crazy with schoolwork, volunteer work, sports, extracurriculars, and a bunch of other random stuff that's been going on lately. I really want to revamp everything, starting with my profile, and I promise that I will start putting new stuff up again. Really soon! Unfortunately, I can't keep up with this many stories on top of everything else piled up on my desk and listed on my calender, so if you want a particular story to be continued, leave a review at the last chapter of that story saying so, and I'll try to continue the ones that people really like. Thank you guys so much!