Author has written 14 stories for O.C., Chuck, Skulduggery Pleasant series, Sky High, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones.
This is a short paragraph about me, but for details about my series "A Time for Wolves", just look further down the page. :)
I have chosen Samwell Stark as my pen name from now on due to my love for House Stark from the A Song of Ice and Fire series.
In the past, I have been affected by deep depression and borderline personality disorder but I have managed to overcome this and I am now healthy and happy. I deeply apologize to anyone who was affected by my actions in the past. I really truly am sorry, and I have spent my years now trying to make amends to anyone who might have been affected by my actions.
Some of my old stories will soon be removed from my profile and uploaded to a seperate account, as I wish to keep this account for my developing series' rather than my old unfinished pieces.
I am a young man from New Zealand and I hope to one day publish my own original works. If anyone is interested, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me about these works.
Samwell Stark (2015)
Greetings all. It's been a long time, and I apologise to anyone who has been waiting on my updates. As is expected real life gets in the way.
I am no longer a young man, but I am finally enjoying a happier, more fulfilling life working in television. In that time I've experienced loss, the end of an 8 year relationship, new friendships, and a new zest for life. COVID has finally brought me back, and I promise to finish the series and my plans for it.
A Time for Wolves
In a world where a politically savvy Robb Stark parleyed with Renly Baratheon instead of his mother. He meets a beautiful Lady of Highgarden as well as a series of events that drastically changes his destiny from what it was meant to be.
Edit: Please do let me know if these links don't work.
Clive Standen as Smalljon Umber, Lord Commander of the City Watch of King's Landing & Heir to Last Hearth
Jaimie Alexander as Lady Dacey Mormont, Field General of the Royal United Army & Heir to Bear Island
Clive Russel as Brynden Tully, Master of War & Lord of House Blackfish of the Crossing
Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister, Master of Coin, Lord of Casterly Rock & Warden of the West
Jamie Dornan as Willas Tyrell, Master of Laws & Heir to Highgarden
Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth, Master of Ships & Lord of Cape Wrath
Ian McElhinney as Ser Barristan Selmy, Lord Commander of the Kingsguard
Conleth Hill as Lord Varys, Master of Whisperers
Pierce Brosnan as Grand Maester Rickard
Pedro Pascal as Oberyn Martell, Royal Ambassador of Dorne
Robbie Amell as Ser Robar Royce
Sam Claflin as Ser Ethan Forrester
Jude Law as Ser Raynald Westerling
Finn Jones as Ser Loras Tyrell
Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth
Henry Cavill as Ser Garlan Tyrell, Master-at-Arms of the Red Keep
Sarah Bolger as Leonette Tyrell, Wife to Ser Garlan Tyrell
Priyanka Chopra as Princess Arianne Martell, Heir to Sunspear
Rami Malek as Prince Quentyn Martell
Hugo Weaving as Donal Noye, Lord Commander of the Night's Watch
Stephen Amell as Ser Andar Royce, Heir to Runestone
Ed Speelers as Harrold Arryn, Lord of the Eyrie & Warden of the East (Formerly Harrold Hardyng)
A crowned grey direwolf's head on a field that is two-thirds white and a third pale green. This image lacks the crown for the direwolf, but is otherwise an accurate representation of how I envision the royal banners.
House Stark of Winterfell, as the original branch of the Stark House, retains the original banners that have been flown over 8000 years: A grey direwolf running across a white field.