Author has written 13 stories for Twilight, Gallagher Girls, Alice in Wonderland, Darkest Powers, and Infernal Devices, Cassandra Clare.
"No matter how safe and beautiful it is, a cage is still a cage."
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood (p. 219)
"Love turns a heart to crystal. Much more valuable, but much more fragile." -Mickey
Everfound by Neal Shusterman (p. 90)
zzzzzzzzzzzz...huh...oh, you want to know so much about me you just had to wake me. fine, then. i am a Christian and i am young. i enjoy writing stories whether they are fanfiction or my own creation, doesn't matter. . .however, school can get in the way. it's hard juggling school, writing, reading, friends, and of course sleep. that's all you need to know now if you'll excuse me i have some unfinished business...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...
Discontinued: I have no intention of continuing the story, but will leave what is already posted of the uncompleted story up.
Permanent Hiatus: I intend to continue the story some day in the future (5 years) but have no intention of continuing anytime soon.
Hiatus: Intend on continuing the story sometime in the near future (>5 years) but am unsure when that time will be.
Temporary Hiatus: Am not currently working on the story, but have a set date of when I will continue. Date will be posted in ] next to the story.
Story Statuses for Uncompleted Stories: [10/08/14]
Angels on Earth: Permanent Hiatus
Behind the Lies: Permanent Hiatus
Broken Glass: Permanent Hiatus
Careless Fall: Hiatus
Future, Past, and Present: Discontinued
Modern Day: Temporary Hiatus [Summer of 2015]
The Journal that Revealed It All: Permanent Hiatus
Waters of Grace: Permanent Hiatus
On the Works: [10/08/14]
Currently I am in the works with a new story. My plan is to finish the story at the end of November, edit it in December, and post it throughout the month of January 2015. I will probably post a chapter every other day.
Title: The Land of Clockwork
Category: Infernal Devices
Rating: Probably T
Current Word Count: 9,395
Description: Tessa Gray has fallen, quite literally, head first into another world that challenges her perceptions on reality, tests her ability for survival, and questions her own sanity. Will she be able to survive in this new chaotic world with the help of other survivors she meets or will she fall harshly at the feet of the Clockwork? And, even more importantly, will she be able to find her way out of this world and back home or will she possibly change her mind on the way?
Side Note: If I can stick to this plan this will be the first story I have completed for this site before posting it. I have always been posting chapters of stories while I write them and that is causing problems when I get writer's block or wanting to go back and change something. If this works then I will be publishing stories in this format: Finish the story, then edit, then post. That way there will be not so many incomplete stories on hiatuses. Thank you for everyone who has posted reviews for my stories, I very much appreciate them, and I am sorry if you are following a story that is currently in a hiatus status.
If you have any questions (about my fanfiction stories...ect...) feel free to message me and if it is something I can answer I will get to you as soon as you can.
The books I'm currently reading:
A Clockwork Heart by Liesel Schwarz
Books I've read for fun and that are currently on my bookshelf from smallest number of pages to largest
True Lies by George Shannon (62 pages)
Polar Bears Past Bedtime by Mary Pope Osborne (71 pages)
Haunted Fort Worth by Rita Cook (106 pages)
Night of the Shifter's Moon by Mary Stanton (109 pages)
Girls Who Rocked the World by Amelie Welden (112 pages)
Rabbit Race by Ben M. Baglio (119 pages)
Terrier in the Tinsel (138 pages)
Gallop to the Sea by Sharon Siamon (126 pages)
A Horse Called Trouble by Jenny Hughes (151 pages)
Watch Out, Sara! by Anna Sellberg (152 pages)
The Stranger by K.A. Applegate (163 pages)
When Santa Fell to Earth by Cornelia Funke (167 pages)
The Thief Lord (345 pages)
Must Love Black by Kelly McClymer (167 pages)
The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner (178 pages)
The Bungalow Mystery by Carolyn Keene (180 pages)
Sea Star by Marguerite Henry (185 pages)
King of the Wind (192 pages)
Wake by Lisa McMann (210 pages)
Cryer's Cross (233 pages)
Dead to You (243 pages)
Tighter by Adele Griffin (216 pages)
The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks (227 pages)
Keeping the Moon by Sarah Dessen (228 pages)
Just Listen (371 pages)
Along for the Ride (383 pages)
Lock and Key (422 pages)
Saving Zoe by Alyson Noel (230 pages)
Evermore (301 pages)
Moonglass by Jessi Kirby (232 pages)
Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine (232 pages)
Ever (244 pages)
If I Stay by Gayle Forman (234 pages)
Glass Houses by Rachel Caine (239 pages)
Ill Wind (337 pages)
Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson (243 pages)
Illuminated by Erica Orloff (244 pages)
Gib Rides Home by Zilpha Keatley Snyder (246 pages)
Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements (251 pages)
Changeling by Philippa Gregory (256 pages)
Pants on Fire by Meg Cabot (260 pages)
Jinx (262 pages)
Shadowland (287 pages)
Avalon High (288 pages)
How to Be Popular (288 pages)
Teen Idol (293 pages)
Abandon (304 pages)
Airhead (337 pages)
All-American Girl (398 pages)
Crispin the Cross of Lead by Avi (262 pages)
Something Like Fate by Susane Colasanti (268 pages)
Waiting for You (320 pages)
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank (268 pages)
The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo (269 pages)
The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau (270 pages)
The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han (276 pages)
The DUFF by Kody Keplinger (277 pages)
Timeless by Alexandra Monir (280 pages)
The Ghost and the Goth by Stacey Kade (281 pages)
Whisper by Phoebe Kitandis (281 pages)
Jekel Loves Hyde by Beth Fantaskey (282 pages)
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side (349 pages)
I'd Tell You I Love, But Then I'd Have to Kill You by Ally Carter (284 pages)
Heist Society (287 pages)
The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg (285 pages)
Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard (286 pages)
Dawn of the Dreadfuls by Steve Hockensmith (287 pages)
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (288 pages)
Unraveling Isobel by Eileen Cook (290 pages)
Sea Change by Aimee Friedman (290 pages)
The Year My Sister Got Lucky (370 pages)
Lucky T by Kate Brian (291 pages)
Once in a Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber (292 pages)
Banished by Sophie Littlefield (293 pages)
Aftertime (375 pages)
Glimmerglass by Jenna Black (294 pages)
Goddess of the Night by Lynne Ewing (294 pages)
Bonechiller by Graham McNamee (294 pages)
Cool Beans by Erynn Magnum (298 pages)
Miss Match (365 pages)
Gimme a Call by Sarah Mlynowski (301 pages)
Bras & Broomsticks (310 pages)
Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn’t Have) (354 pages)
Blue Bloods by Melissa De La Cruz (302 pages)
Mistwood by Leah Cypress (304 pages)
After Obsession by Carrie Jones & Steven E. Wedel (305 pages)
Need (306 pages)
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan (308 pages)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling (309 pages)
Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn James (310 pages)
Wherever Nina Lies by Lynn Weingarten (311 pages)
Old Magic by Marianne Curley (317 pages)
Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins (323 pages)
The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting (327 pages)
Evernight by Claudia Gray (327 pages)
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood (330 pages)
Abraham-Lincoln Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith (336 pages)
Life as We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer (337 pages)
Bewitching by Alex Flinn (338 pages)
A Kiss in time by Alex Flinn (371 pages)
Dark Places by Gillian Flynn (345 pages)
Bad Girls Don't Die by Katie Alender (346 pages)
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs (349 pages)
Eyes like Stars by Lisa Mantchev (352 pages)
Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson (353 pages)
The Name of the Star (372 pages)
Wither by Lauren DeStefano (363 pages)
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa (363 pages)
The Alchemyst by Michael Scott (369 pages)
Embrace by Jessica Shirvington (369 pages)
Entangled by Cat Clarke (370 pages)
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (372 pages)
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (374 pages)
Everlost by Neal Shusterman (377 pages)
The Fine Art of Truth or Dare by Melissa Jensen (380 pages)
Cinder by Marissa Meyer (387 pages)
The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong (390 pages)
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater (390 pages)
Extraordinary by Nancy Werlin (390 pages)
Born at Midnight by C.C. Hunter (398 pages)
Across the Universe by Beth Revis (398 pages)
Charlie Bone and the Time Twister by Jenny Nimmo (402 pages)
Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore (404 pages)
Sunshine by Robin McKinley (405 pages)
Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (418 pages)
Swoon by Nina Malkin (421 pages)
The Secret Hour by Scott Westerfeld (434 pages)
Leviathan (434 pages)
Delirium by Lauren Oliver (441 pages)
Before I Fall (470 pages)
Don’t Breathe a Word by Jennifer McMahon (447 pages)
Nightshade by Andrea Cremer (452 pages)
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin (452 pages)
Fallen by Lauren Kate (452 pages)
Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves (454 pages)
The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin (465 pages)
Graceling by Kristin Cashore (471 pages)
Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare (476 pages)
Legacy by Cayla Kluver (488 pages)
The Awakening; The Struggle by L.J. Smith (492 pages)
The Secret Vampire; Daughter of Darkness; Spellbinder (729 pages)
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (498 pages)
The Hollow by Jessica Verday (509 pages)
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (549 pages)
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (550 pages)
Blood Price; Blood Trial by Tanya Huff (554 pages)
Gone by Michael Grant (558 pages)
Book of Shadows; The Coven; Blood Witch by Cate Tiernan (563 pages)
Sepulchre by Kate Mosse (565 pages)
A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness (579 pages)
The Fairy Tales Detectives; The Unusual Suspects by Michael Buckley (580 pages)
Note: I have read all these books and while I would recommend some there are a few I would recommend highly not to read. If you want to know which books I would recommend you stay away from and which you might want to read feel free to message me and I'll respond as soon as I can.
My favorite book or series of the whole list is...
do you think you know what it is...
it's not Twilight, Gallagher Girls, or Darkest Powers even though those are the books I'm writing fanfiction for...
nor is it any of the books I've already stated after the vampire book list...
do you still think you know...
nope, i'll give you hint it deals with the supernatural, just not vampires...
:.alright, drum roll please.:
it is Old Magic by Marianne Curley
You might not have heard of it, but it's a really good book I've enjoyed it. It's a little tough to get through in the beginning, but then it's get better, much better. One of my favorite scenes is later in the book, I don't know where I'd have to look for it. But I'm not telling you what it is nor am I going to give a full depth description of the book. If you want to know what my favorite scene is or the summaries for any of the books I've listed you will just have to e-mail me. Until then the last thing I will write is that Old Magic was written in Australia just so you know, but you can get it in the U.S.
Angels On Earth' - Hotel picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chipple/112876526/
(Alternate First or Second Chapter of Past, Present, and Future)
June 18, 2024
Today Joshua had decided to take a walk in the early morning. Terrible choice, he knew. His family never wanted him or his siblings out much and for a good reason. The world had grown dark, and murderous. Going anywhere was dangerous and having Emma shown up at a police station hadn’t loosened, but tightened the restrictions for Joshua and his siblings.
His family wanted them to be safe they all knew that, but Joshua couldn’t stand being cooped up in the house any longer. He needed to be out even when the outside was gloomy.
Horrid screams, coldness shouts filled the air surrounding Joshua. He kept walking anyway, keeping a certain pace, and never shifting his head from straight ahead. He knew there were murders, rapes, even suicides being committed all around him, but there wasn’t anything he could do about. His only power was hearing thoughts, which now he desperately wished he didn’t have.
…slice to the throat and she’ll bleed to death…
…how I enjoy the screams of pain, it’s a rush…
…drugs, need more drugs, where are the DRUGS…
Joshua sharply turned the corner in hopes of it getting better, but if anything it was worse. In front of Joshua there was a teenage girl trying to protect a younger boy from a very intoxicated man. The man was looming over the girl, a blade in his hands. He had to have been over seven feet tall while the girl was barely over five. The girl didn’t have a chance.
Before Joshua knew what he was doing he ran over to the man. Quickly he grabbed the blade, kneed him in the groin and elbowed him in the stomach. The man stumbled backwards his eyes glazed. He was too drunk to put up much of a fight. Falling back first into the street, the cars coming didn’t stop or turn however. They simply ran over him, not caring, as his blood was quickly shed.
Staring at the dead man Joshua felt a pain of guilt followed by an even deeper pain in his side. Joshua hadn’t realized that the girl he had been trying to save took the knife from his hands and stabbed him in the side. Shifting his hand around the handle Joshua pulled the blade out with a soft whimper of pain. He looked up to see the girl caring the boy inside the hotel, head held high.
Gratitude, much, what was even the point?Joshua thought as he placed his hand over his wound. Sighing he started walking back to his home regretting the trip outside. He couldn’t understand how people had turned so cold, so ungrateful. Had it always been like this? He couldn’t remember a time where it wasn’t.
Soft paces followed his and Joshua quickly turned around to see who his pursier was. Terror had gripped his heart for a few moments before he realized who it was.
Jacqueline a schoolmate of his, with an apologetic look sketched on her face. “Sorry about what happened back there,” she said softly. Her head tilted in the direction of the spot where Joshua had been stabbed.
“It’s not your fault,” Joshua replied roughly. “You weren’t the one holding the blade.” He turned back around continuing back to his house. His mother wouldn’t be very happy when he arrived home bleeding, but at least his grandfather could treat him. There was a positive and negative side of arriving home.
“Still though, I’m sorry. You were only trying to help.” Jacqueline equally kept step with him as they drifted down the side walk trying to ignore the pleas of mercy.
“Last time I ever do that,” Joshua almost shouted as Jacqueline cringed from his tone. Sighing he added in a smoother voice, “Everyone these days just don’t understand kindness anymore.”
“Well I wouldn’t say ‘everyone,’” Jacqueline replied putting a hand to his shoulder. She steered him to the left noticing the large gang that had been ahead of him.
“Thanks,” Joshua replied seeing the gang.
“Guess you can’t go home, seeing as your way is blocked.”
Joshua smirked he always knew back up ways to getting somewhere. “I wouldn’t say that. Follow me.” He gently grabbed her hand making sure she didn’t get lost as the plunged into a crowd on the sidewalk.
Weaving their way through they reached an alley behind an apartment building. Jacqueline stared at him confused as he released her hand and started climbing up the ladder that went up to the roof top of the apartment.
“Are you coming?” Joshua asked looking down noticing Jacqueline hadn’t followed.
Jacqueline looked across the alley, shrugged, and started climbing. They both safely made it to the top as Joshua went over to the left side of the roof top. He slid down carefully as Jacqueline unnerved footsteps followed. Helping Jacqueline onto the apartment balcony when she had arrived, her expression was uneasy.
“Isn’t this trespassing?” she hissed through her teeth as Joshua set her down.
Chuckling, Joshua leaned down, and whispered into her ear, “Not when you know the resident.” He pulled back and walked into the apartment through the double doors, not even noticing the blush creeping into Jacqueline’s cheeks.
“Hey Emmett,” Joshua called out casually to his uncle. It was easier to pretend his uncles and aunts were family friends of his. Instead of trying to come up with an explanation of why they were so much younger than him.
“Hey Josh. Who’s your friend?” Emmett bellowed. He came out of the kitchen with a dishtowel drying off his hands, acting as if he were making dinner. A smirk spread across his face as he eyed Joshua and Jacqueline’s close proximity.
Jacqueline cowered behind Joshua afraid of the size of Emmett. She barely kept herself from grabbing the back of Josh’s shirt.
“Jacqueline, a school friend of mine, we ran into each other on the side walk.” Jacqueline and Emmett shook hands quickly as Jacqueline still cowered a bit.
Emmett shifted his gaze toward Joshua. “Aren’t you supposed to be at home, not wandering the streets?” His gaze shifted to the cut on Joshua’s side knowing all too well what happened.
“And since when have you become a parent,” Joshua replied as Emmett’s eyes narrowed at him.
“I’ll get you later for that, when you’re fixed up,” Emmett promised, smirking. He went back into the kitchen without another word.
Jacqueline looked at Joshua questionably as Joshua simply grabbed her wrist tugging her to the front door.
“We haven’t reached our destination, yet,” Joshua replied opening the door. “Say hi to Rose for me,” Joshua called out to Emmett.
“The elevators broken,” Emmett said as Joshua and Jacqueline left.
Taking Emmett’s word Joshua and Jacqueline jogged down the steps. Knowing Emmett, Joshua knew that once he was healed again Emmett would be at his house for payback. Who knows what prank or humiliation he’ll give this time.
The door to the room at the end of the hall was already open as they went towards it. Alice stood outside next to the doorframe her eyes wavering at Joshua, his cut, Jacqueline, and their combined hands.
“Took you long enough,” Alice said in a sad voice. Her eyes looked at Jacqueline gratefully. Joshua knew then that Alice had seen what would’ve happened to Joshua if Jacqueline hadn’t changed his direction path. He grimaced at the thought.
Walking into the bright highly furnished apartment they saw Jasper watching T.V. He of course wasn’t paying attention only acted like it. Joshua and Jacqueline rushed over to the window climbing out Jasper right behind them.
Once they were out and safely on the ground Jasper closed the window as Alice waved at them. Joshua waved back quickly before turning right and running around the corner. Jacqueline followed as they made twists and turns ignoring all noises until they finally reached Josh’s house. It took almost twenty minutes to get there, but they made it.
Walking in Joshua called his grandfather, who because of his age acted as his adoptive parent. Jacqueline made herself at home sitting next to Emma who starred blankly at the television. She tried to make small talk with her, having made brief encounters with her prior. But the effort was useless Emma stayed silent as Joshua went to get treated for his cut.