Author has written 3 stories for Prince of Persia, and James Bond.
I guess since I've started writing stories I should put something up here about myself?
My name is Sarah, I'm 20 and I'm from Northern Ireland. I'm in my 3rd year at University, studying Biomedical science! Hoping to go on to do a PGCE (teaching degree) next year.
I love music, movies, books and TV. I enjoy immersing myself in other peoples realities rather than my own.
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Vengence - Prince Of Persia - Finished!
I won't copy and paste the summary from the story as that would be lazy. I'll give you another summary, maybe a little extra bit for coming and visiting my profile! It follows the movie directly, and starts the night before Dastan and Tamina's wedding. However, things aren't as rosy as they appear. Unbeknownced to everyone, Nizam had a back up plan and has enlisted the Hasassins once again to help him with his evil schemes from beyond the grave. When the sand can turn back time, who's to say a little hocus pocus can't bring back those who have passed on?
Friends Forever - Prince Of Perisa - One-shot
A short little tale about what happened in the days after Dastan was adopted into the royal family, and how he and Bis managed to stay close throughout.
Broken Circuits - James Bond - In Progress
A mostly Q/OC fic with occasional appearances from 007 himself. Students earmarked for MI6 are going missing from a special school in Switzerland and MI6 want to know who's taking them. Anna Winterman, a find of Q's, has been assigned to go into the University undercover to see what the heck is going on. But what secrets will she uncover whilst she's there?
"A computer is a complex, yet, simple thing, Miss Winterman. If it breaks, you can open it up and take a look inside. If there are a few broken circuits, you can repair that some wire an a touch of solder. Some doctors compare the brain to a computer. However, it is considerably more difficult to repair a brain that has gone awry."