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Author has written 8 stories for Phantom of the Opera, Vampires, and Thor.
A Bit About me:
I am a high school student who loves music, and fills my days with marching band and theater, and on the side is my writing. I hope to study music next year in college, either Music Education or Flute Performance. I really love writing, though. Words fascinate me. The way characters can leap off a page. The way stories stay in my head for years. I've been making up stories since I was probably 7, living in an imaginary world. I would pretend people would be characters, and then one day I decided that I should make my own stories, so I did. And they've evolved since. I'm not the greatest writer ever, but I sincerely wish to improve. Perhaps one day an original work of mine could be published.
My "fandoms" consist of
The King and Lionheart
"And as the world comes to an end,
-Of Monsters and Men, "King and Lionheart"
The Avengers have lost the battle, and Loki is quickly taking the world as we know it to its knees. Captured by Loki, Jane struggles to find the light in darkness of the God of Mischief himself. Will she see behind the deceit and unlock the very heart of the man who has ruined her life and world or succumb to his game of lies and watch the Earth burn, instead?
Not a fan of happy endings. If you knew me in person, you'd know I'm a really happy-go-lucky teenage girl who can't stop smiling even at the stupidest things especially the romantic Loki (or Tom Hiddleston *fangirls*), but somehow I love writing the darker side to things. It excites me. Which is why I'm going to try and write a "what if?" story. What if the Avengers lost the battle? What if Loki had his way with the Earth? I know this has been done quite wonderfully in a few other stories I have read, but I decided to give it my go and explore the very soul of Loki, as well as Jane. It's not totally fluffy, but it's not utterly darkness and despair, either. Let's just say they're not falling all over each other for absolutely no reason at all. That's just stupid and makes me want to barf rainbows.
All I wish is that I could have the time to sit down and write it like I'd want to. So updates shall be slow for quite a while, but I am determined to finish it by the end of this year.
In my Childish Fears
Christine is an orphan that's been wandering up and down the coast looking for the perfect home, though she knows that she'll never find it. Her final chance before going to a lonely foster home for all the teenage rejects of different families. She finds her last home to be... well, huge. Her new guardian is slightly strange if not off the brink of sanity, and he wears a mask. She pretends to not be scared, and goes through by being dazzled by his evident charm and beauty through the strangest ways. But will she realize what he's actually up to before it's too late? Will she choose being with the insane or try to escape?
This story just recently achieved my inspiration and admiration. As much as I have a deep, passionate adoration for the dark Erik, I couldn't help but write even more for him. I might as well just kiss it I love writing it so much. Not only is Erik such a creeper in this, but I think I'll get to the point that all Eriks tend to achieve in the whole love part of it... But I would like to make you shiver just a little for this, and when I have met my goal, I'd like to prance away with it for Erik is my true love:P
That's about it. I'm a friendly person, find me on Tumblr.
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