Author has written 8 stories for Thor, Game of Thrones, We Bought a Zoo, X-Men: The Movie, Walking Dead, and Doctor Who.
I adore books. They will always be my first love, and I have more of them than I know what to do with (or have room for). I hope to one day write professionally. Since I was little I have fantasised about seeing my name on the cover of a published novel. :)
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The Story of a Fallen Star (Complete)
Whilst reading in the Great Library, Loki catches a servant girl utterly absorbed in a book. He is enchanted by her and when he speaks to her, she tells him a story about Prince who falls in love with a star.
"Loki, the happiest days of my existence were spent amongst the bookshelves of the Great Library with you, reading stories of Princes and Fallen Stars... I love you. If you will doubt all else that is of this world, with only one thing which you hold true, let it be that. Let it be me." -Rosa (OC)
Crazy, Stupid Love (In Progress)
She had an attitude problem. She wasn't afraid of him. She would NOT take any of his crap. At least three times a week she'd try to escape... and he couldn't help but to like her for it. Who'd have thought holding a girl for ransom would be so much work? DeadpoolxOC
"Holy misleading atmosphere, Batman…" Deadpool murmured and his shoulders slumped.
"Who's Batman?" Lillian asked, puzzled.
Deadpool waved a hand absently, "Oh, he's DC. Don't worry, you won't get it."
She made it out alive. Barely. With a three year old girl in her arms. But what now? What was she supposed to do? At the end of the world, when all hope is lost... who do you possibly lean on?
"It was real good of him to bring the two of you back here, but don't mistake him for a saint. And certainly don't let that little girl look to him as any sort of hero." -Lori
Hope for the Hopeless (Oneshot)
Sansa was desperate for a means of an escape. Any means of escape. So when the Hound with the melted face offers to take her with him, she accepts. She fears him... there is no denying that, but he is all she has. Will she be able to see past his horrific scar, to see the true man who calls her "little bird"?
"I am terrified of you, ser… terrified. But when you call me little bird, I fear for any man who would harm me in your presence, far more than I ever have for myself." -Sansa
Is He Real? (Oneshot)
Robin finds Rosie alone the day after Dylan and Benjamin's big fight. The words she heard her Daddy say that night are still ringing through her head. When she questions the truth to them, it is Robin who is left to put a little girl's mind at ease.
“Sometimes, when bad things happen to good people – like little girls losing their Mommies – it can make them so sad that they start to think maybe other good things in their lives aren’t really there either.” -Robin
I Still See Them (Oneshot)
She'll never say it, but she misses each of them - his past regenerations. It wouldn't be fair. She mourns them silently, because she could never let him know how much she misses what he can't be for her anymore.
He turns to her, smiling. "Geronimo!"
Once he would have said "Allons-y."
Once he would have said "Fantastic."
One day he'll say something else entirely.
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