Author has written 11 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, Bloody Jack Adventures, and Harry Potter.
Hello there! I was reading back through my work the other day and I realized how terrible they were. Really terrible. Well, I love my characters. I'm one of those crazy people who likes to think about her characters as people who live and think and get mad at you for writing about them poorly. So I've decided that I really want to re-write "The Legend of 'Captain' Jack Sparrow." It deserves a chance to actually be a good story. I was thirteen/fourteen when I wrote it, and at eighteen now, I'd like to think that my skills have improved. Or something like that anyway.
About my stories:
The True Legend of 'Captain' Jack Sparrow is my work in progress. I loved my Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow story, but it was very poorly written since I wrote it when I was much younger. I felt like I should give the characters another chance to shine in a better atmosphere, so I'm working on re-doing the storyline. It's a bit more mature, but I think (hope!) that it is much better this way. We shall see! In this version, Selesta and Jack are older (17 and 19). It also has more connections, and...I don't know. It's different. Better!
The Legend of 'Captain' Jack Sparrow startes when Jack is 15, and it goes to the end of the first movie. It's in the viewpoint of a girl named Selesta, and because of my narcissism, I have to say I really like this story. Its actually made me proud to call it my work. It explains some things about the movies that they don't explain. (Like how Jack makes a deal with Jones, and how he got the Pearl in the first place, and how he's introduced to rum...) This story is finished; therefore, you must go one paragraph below to see a little bit about my sequel.
O Captain, MY Captain takes place about a year after The Legend of 'Captain' Jack Sparrow. It is in fact my sequel. Not to much I can say without giving it away, therefore, I shall shut the clamp I call a mouth. Actually, I shall reopen the clamp to tell you a little about the title. Oh Captain, My Captain, Is s poem written about Abraham Lincoln. If you've ever read it, and if you've seen the second Pirates of the Caribbean movie, then you'll notice some similarities. But, I changed it to MY Captain because it's in the viewpoint of dearest Selesta who loves Jack ever so much. Ergo..."MY".
Far Away, Close Apart takes place about two minutes after the end of O Captain, MY Captain. So, we all know that, sadly, Captain Jack is taken to the locker. This is (obviously) the story that follows retreaving Jack from the locker and the fight against the EITC. I love, love, love, love the ending that I have planned for it, and uh...the ending might involve another story afterward? Maybe.
Sparrow, Teague? is a little one shot that fixes a mistake I made in The Legend of 'Captain' Jack Sparrow.
Life after Love is in the view point of Captain William Turner. It happens after the third movie and shows Will being haunted by memories. Smoke, flames, and all sorts of other things. Then Jack shows up needing a favor. His need is cut short when they are interrupted by the person Jack was running from. A lot happens, and I'm really loving the way this story is turning out!
Flirt A Little, Don't Love at All came to me on a whim, so just promise not to make fun of it. Thats all I really have to say about it.
On the Hunt for Scarlet Giselles is about Jack, Scarlet, and Giselle. It's told in the view point of Giselle.
What's in a Crew? is a story of mine that explains Jack's Tortuga crew. They all have a really dark past, and I'll admit, it tends to be a sad story. It was inspired by a wonderful, lovely author (mypiratecat1) and her story, The Sign Above the Door. Go read it. Then you can come read mine. And I've completely neglected this story...writer's block is terrible.
Two Pennies is a one shot written about Jacky Faber from "Bloody Jack", my favorite book. It's from the fourth book in the series "In the Belly of the Bloodhound." I'm quite happy with how it turned out!
"If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world." -C.S. Lewis
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