Author has written 4 stories for Star Wars.
If there's any curiosity about the above pen name, it refers to the sexiest Scot of all time...EWAN MCGREGOR!!!! So, yeah, if you have problems with that...deal with it! LOL
Okay, so I recently received a complaint that I don't give a good description of myself. Of course, I received this complaint from myself, so I'm not sure how reliable it is. But anyway, here it goes:
Age: 15 (Learner's permit, baby!)
Likes: Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Batman (with Christian Bale and Liam Neeson), Steven Curtis Chapman, movie scores, writing.
Dislikes: Mr. Vie-Hoe (Viehoefer, my EVIL World Geography teacher), being sick, writer's block, stupid Hannah Montana songs, spinach pizza, olives
Misc: I'm a devout Christian. Moulin Rouge songs are pretty cool. I wish I could write songs. I have a friend named Beatle. Obidala interests me, and I like Ani-Obi interactions, NO SLASH!!! (ew x 1000000000).
Okay, so I recently saw a preview for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, and I've got three words for ya: IT LOOKS AWESOME!!!!!! No joke, it's gonna be really cool. high girly squeal
Guesswhatguesswhatguesswhat!!!! I'm gonna go see Steven Curtis Chapman in concert!!!!!!!!! Yay!!!!!!!!
Stuff I've written so far:
Just A Word
Desert of Time
WOOT!!! Made Perfect in Weakness can finally go into stuff I've written. Although technically, I'm not finished with it. Drat. look down
Stuff I'm working on:
Made Perfect in Weakness- I'm having a long bout of writer's block on my baby, and I'm seriously debatin whether or not to finish it. My procrastination tells me to give up, but my guilty conscious/hard-working part of me tells me that if I don't finish, I have her to answer to.
I'm also currently working on this long one-shot featuring an OC going through a rough time during and after the Clone Wars. Obi-Wan appears briefly, so that's always a plus... =D
"That wasn't a very smart move, Anakin," said Obi-Wan, trying and failing miserably to hide his smile under his beard.
"I hate you," Anakin muttered under his breath good-naturedly.
"I love you, too, Anakin," joked the Master.
"I thought Jedi weren't supposed to love," spoke Anakin, turning back to face Obi-Wan.
"I thought Jedi weren't supposed to hate," Obi-Wan retorted.
There was a slight pause, then: "I hate you." -- Talk Like a Space Pirate Day (Coming in September to a local Star Wars FanFiction area near you!)
"You were the Chosen One! It was said that you were to destroy the Sith, not join them. Bring balance to the Force...not leave it in darkness. You were my brother, Anakin...I loved you!" -- Obi-Wan, Revenge of the Sith
"Any comments, questions, concerns?...Sock puppets?" -- Mr. Holman, my former Art teacher.
"That's no moon...It's a space station." -- Obi-Wan Kenobi
"I find your lack of faith disturbing." --Darth Vader
"Final count: 42."
"42? Oh, that's not bad for a pointy-eared Elvish Princeling. I, myself, am sitting on pretty 43."
[Legolas shoots an arrow at a dead orc.
"He was already dead."
"He was twitching."
"He was twitching...'cause he's got my axe imbedded in his nervous system!" -- Legolas and Gimli, following the Battle of Helm's Deep (deleted scene)
"You wanna buy some death sticks?"
"You don't want to sell me death sticks."
"I don't want to sell you death sticks."
"You want to go home, and rethink your life."
"I want to go home, and rethink my life." -- Obi-Wan Kenobi and a drug dealer (My friend Sierra from English&World Geography classes and I absolutely love this part of Attack of the Clones; we think it's the best part of the movie!)
"No, precious, Wellington's our friend, our friend!"
"Oh, alright precious--just this once." -- Andy Serkis doing a Gollum/Smeagol impression at the world premiere of Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
"...And so, I don't know what to think," finished Christine.
Gareth walked up to the girls. "Don't know what to think about what?"
Christine sighed and shook her head. "Not a what, Gareth, a who, and it doesn't pertain to you."
"Pertain. It means to involve...or have to do with, I guess," she defined.
"Oh," he decided, somewhat lamely.
There was an awkward pause.
"Don't know what to think about who?"
"Gareth!" -- My friend Beatle talking to one of her characters.
"The mind of a bigot is like the pupil of the eye: the more light you pour upon it, the more it will contract." -- Oliver W. Holmes, Jr.