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Author has written 78 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, Are You Afraid of the Dark, Clique, Fairy Tales, H2O: Just Add Water, Strange Days at Blake Holsey High, Little White Horse, His Dark Materials, Bible, Stardust, Seven Kingdoms Trilogy, Avalon High, Maximum Ride, Once Upon a Time, Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story, Grimm, Anastasia, A Kid in King Arthur's Court/A Kid in Aladdin's Palace, Anastasia's Secret, City of Ember, Aquamarine, and Hunger Games.
Hello there! Welcome to the profile page of LucyCrewe11!
Avatar/profile picture: me holding a copy of the anthology my story "Catherine's Crystal" was published in!
About me: I've always loved telling stories, but when I was a child I had this weird idea that writers had to physically WRITE their books, as in long-hand, and I was ashamed of my bad penmanship. Which is made doubly weird by the fact that I TOOK typing lessons in school, and I was GOOD AT IT, and still didn't realize I could just TYPE stories. By the time I was fourteen and had everything taken from me (precious belongings, childhood toys and picture books, my house which included a small library with French doors, etc...) and ended up as a book-grubbing nomad, bouncing from place to place like a swinging tether ball, I finally started to type some of the fairy-tales I made up in my head, but I never supposed anyone would be very interested. In 2006, I fell in love with the Narnia books and the 2005 film The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. In 2008 (at the age of seventeen, after falling equally in love with the film Prince Caspian) I joined this site; I find it hard to believe it's been almost ten years...
Favorite books: The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield, Towering by Alex Flinn (my copy is autographed!), The Lost Crown by Sarah Miller, East by Edith Pattou, A Countess Below Stairs by Eva Ibbotson, The Kitchen Boy by Robert Alexander.
Favorite movies: Cinderella (2015), Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story, Anastasia (Don Bluth, 1997), The Polar Bear King, Les Miserables (2012 musical version -- seriously, how/why did I avoid seeing this for so long? It's bloody amazing, made me CRY), Beauty and The Beast (2014 -- yes, the 'critically panned' one with Léa Seydoux as Belle, because it's the best movie version of this fairy-tale and you KNOW IT!).
Favorite TV shows: Anne with an E, Pillars of the Earth, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Fringe.
Favorite Songs: Black Roses Red, Ballad of Mona Lisa, Starry, Starry Night (I have three different versions of this on my MP3 player), Once Upon a December (Ditto), Ten Minutes Ago, and (of COURSE) In A Crowd of Thousands (I LOVE that song).
Favorite Play: Anastasia (Broadway version -- because that blue dress, my gawd, that DRESS!)
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Q: Hey, Lucy, wasn't there supposed to be a sequel to These Games We Play? Doesn't it say "end of Fanfiction one" at the end of that fic?
A: You are 100% CORRECT! A sequel WAS originally planned for These Games We Play, as I never intended it to be a stand-alone fic; however, among other problems, my notes for this sequel got lost during a computer crash and a flashdrive that got scrampled as well... Basically I don't know when (or even if, at this point) this is coming. So sorry.
Q: Okay, so what was the sequel to These Games We Play even supposed to be about?
A: As I said my notes were lost, but strictly from memory it was meant to concern four separate plotlines. 1) All of the stuff about Peter (and other victors) being mistreated after winning the hunger games was going to be explained in more detail, whereas it is only strongly implied in the "first" fic. 2) A love story between Peter and Susan. 3) Jill and Eustace's lives as fugitives after their escape. 4) Edmund and Lucy's lives as mentors, particularly Lucy's inability to cope and Edmund's growing anger over the situation. Again, I don't know if this will ever see the light of day, but yeah that's what it was supposed to be about.
Q: Where's the Swan Lake Ed/Lu fic?
A: Nowhere. It was never even planned, though a lot of people seemed to think I intended to write one because of some Swan Princess fanvids I made with Edmund and Lucy a long time ago. Update: Some notes have been made on this idea -- you readers might get your Swan Lake fic yet, I just don't know exactly when.
Q: So where are all your fanvids now, anyway?
A: Sigh. YouTube deleted/made me delete them after that hostile Google takeover. I still make videos (never stopped) I just don't have anywhere to safely post them at the moment, and having limited internet access makes looking for one doubly hard.
Q: I followed your instructions in your A/N and I can't find the promised fanfic trailers! Where are they?
A: You are several years too late. See the above question.
Q) I'm looking for an Edmund/Lucy story written around the same time as your ones, can you help me find it/recall the name of it?
A: Gladly. But be aware thus far EVERY person to ask me this has been looking for the same author's stories, and I can only tell you what I told them -- she deleted her stuff and changed her pen name ages ago...
Q: Can I message you just to say hi?
A: By all means, send me a PM! I love hearing from my readers and my friends; I always try to reply, even if it takes me a while sometimes. OR find me on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/lovetolovefairytales
Q: Is it true you're also Adelina Le Morte March?: https://www.fanfiction.net/u/3939275/Adelina-Le-Morte-March Why do you have two accounts/pennames?
A: Yes, that's me! Well, as I have been on the site for several years now (I know, I can't believe it either; time flies, doesn't it?) it had gotten to the point where people largely expected only certain kinds of stories from "LucyCrewe11" (mainly endless slews of Peter/Susan and Edmund/Lucy), so Adelina Le Morte March started as a way to experiment with new (sometimes slightly darker) fandoms and to see if people would still read my stuff if they DIDN'T immediately associate everything I wrote with, say, Diamond Flask or White Bear High King Peter. Basically I was (and still am) growing as a writer, and needed a little more wiggle room.
Q: Aren't you ashamed that you're best known for writing creepy incest stories between the Pevensie siblings? How could you shame C.S. Lewis in that way?
A: None of my Narnia stories contain incest. Most are set in AU versions of Narnia where some of the Pevensies are not, in fact, siblings. And I've always tried to keep the tone, feel, and other things the same as in the original Narnian novels.
Q: So where have you been? Did you stop writing Narnia stories altogether?
A: I'll never say never, but aside from early notes and a spoof introductory fic, I'm not currently working on anything for this fandom.
Q: Are you from India?
A: Nope. I think this question came from the fact that I admitted to reading Devdas as a 12 year old (and have alluded to that literary work in some of my stories), and it's not exactly the most common book read by young American girls. But nope, I'm from the USA. I am half Portuguese, though. I grew up in a city filled with Azorean immigrants; which is why I sometimes slip up and use weird expressions (aka "What's giving on T.V.?" or "Close the Lights") and talk a little backwards.
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