Author has written 3 stories for Dinotopia, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Hunger Games.
“If I discover within myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.”
Disclaimer... I do not own any of the original characters from the books or films that my writings are based on or the books or films themselves. However, I DO own the characters that I create, so PLEASE do not steal them! Although if you're interested in guest appearances, I would probably be flattered if you asked.
In Forever, Susan and Jill's trip abroad becomes more of an adventure than they counted on when their plane crashes in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and they are swept away from the rest of the passengers to an island which does not exist. Amid the excitement and wonder, their lives are ripped apart and the two girls must learn how to continue on despite the unexpected turn of events.
Ella was separated from Finn by the waves of a spectacular storm over an ocean that hadn't been there a second before. Rescued, she is forced to face an impossible new reality without Finn beside her. Yet despite never feeling more alone, she slowly discovers new reasons to live. For anyone who has not read tweedledee123's story All for You, you really need to. It is fantastic. With the author's blessing, I am writing an insert to it covering Ella's adventures from the time she is separated from Finn to when they again meet up, titled Don't Let Me Drown.
Likewise, if you have not read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, you absolutely need to do so (also, how is that possible?). The films are wonderful, but read the books too. For those of you who have read the books, Was it like this then? is the story of the first ever Hunger Games. The inspiration for this story came from a question that Katniss asks at the end of Mockingjay: "Was it like this then? Seventy-five years or so ago? Did a group of people sit around and cast their votes on initiating the Hunger Games? Was there dissent? Did someone make a case of mercy that was beaten down by the calls for the deaths of the districts' children?" The second or third time through the book I actually began thinking about her questions... what truly did happen all those years before? Who came up with the abhorrent idea of the Hunger Games and was twisted enough to call it a game?
In Progress: Coming (hopefully) soon will be several new stories, but I am attempting to write the majority of each before I actually post anything.
Another Hunger Games story! I am working on writing the story of one of my favourite characters from the trilogy: Johanna Mason. While Katniss is undoubtedly an amazing character and I love her as well, the fact that Johanna's history is almost completely undeveloped very much intrigues me.
And yet another Hunger Games story. Ever since I read the books for the very first time, Clove's last moments struck me. Specifically, that she realizes that Thresh is going to kill her and calls out to Cato and he not only responds but stops to beg her to stay with him instead of chasing down any of the other tributes. Part of the genius of Suzanne Collins' writing is that, at that moment, she makes you feel sorrow even for two of the most seemingly irredeemable tributes. She makes you remember that they are human as well, with feelings for their loved ones just as deep as Katniss' and Peeta's, not merely killing machines. So I have begun to imagine their story and I love where it is going.
Unlike The Hunger Games, Harry Potter doesn't leave a lot of space for fanfiction within the original timeline. So this story is actually a retelling of the fourth year. I started it years back - I think maybe before I actually read Goblet of Fire - and I've had it since then. I really like it so in spite of my usual disdain for stories that alter an original story I might put this up as well.
Grant me patience... I promise that these new stories will be posted as soon as I can get them developed enough. Until then, I will continue to work on Forever, Don't Let Me Drown, and Was it like this then?; as long as it seems like people are reading them (hint: review!), updates will hopefully be fairly regular.