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Author has written 5 stories for Disney, and Little Mermaid.
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Disney- This is my primary fandom. I love (almost) anything Disney! This is what I actually write fanfiction for. Check out the stories The Great Disney Adventure, Welcome to the Tragic Kindom, The Great Disney Adventure II: The book of songs, Somewhere In Between, I would recomend ''The reluctant ambassador and a recipe for trouble" and "Rule of the Twentieth Year" but these were, sadly, taken down... They were both by Jordan Li Riley, Villain's Redemption, The Disney Games, Switch Up, Make it Wrong, The waiting, A Pocahontas solo by Draco Malfoy, The Original Shadow kingdom, The Tiger's Revenge, The Hell of Finals week, Meeting the Others, Dreamscape, Hangman, and a few more i can't think of but probably have favorited. For the record, none of these stories are mine.
The Little Mermaid- Still Disney, I know, but this movie was my childhood. Have a wacky AU story for this simmering in my head. Still has it's kinks, but I'm getting tempted to write it. Check out, Happily Never After, The Prince or the Pauper, Between the Ocean and the Sky, A fish out of water.
The Jungle Book: Still still Disney. Mostly just read the stories, unless a good enough plot bunny mind-jacks my brain. Stories worth giving a read include, Understanding Coils, Jungle Fever, Shere Kahn learns Humility.
Danny Phantom: Definitely a fun cartoon! Again, I just read for this one. Not planning on changing that anytime soon. Some great DP fanfics are: Checkmate, Endgame, Star on the Horizon, a Danny and Skulker one whose name I can never remember (it's in my favorites, i think), Too Close for Comfort (by clumsy clicker), My Fair Lady and The Tuning Fork (both by Urchin of the Riding star), Changeling, Dawning of a Son, and a couple more I can't think of. Noticing a pattern? I'm a sucker for Danny-Vlad father/son. Beware! Do not click on Pompous Pep unless you appreciate slash. I made that mistake once. It was an interesting experience.
Labyrinth: I mean, c'mon. David Bowie as a Goblin King. Some great fics: (I have to go through again and look because I don't remember names...)
Maximum Ride series (up to book three, anyways)- great action series till book three. Ignore the rest. Book three is where it really ends.
Percy Jackson series- The books are so much better than the movie, it's unbelievable.
Kingdom Keepers series (up to book two...)- Disney is my main fandom. What can I say?
City of Bones(That's it)- Pretty good. Magnus=awesome!
Babylonne- Not popular at all, but so great! It's snarky.
Wild Magic- Really like this series! Recomended for animal lovers.
The Count of Monte Cristo- required reading for tenth grade english. Great story! A classic! But, unless you love reading books that are literally a thousand pages long, go for the abridged version...
Graceling- Another great group of books!
Fire- See previous. It's the companion to Graceling.
The Chronicals of Narnia- Dude, how can you NOT like Narnia? There's a talking lion!
The Hunger Games!- Now, some of you might hate this and some of you might love it. I get it. But don't assume that because it's everywhere it's just like Twilight. Very good story, amazing characters, realistic and emotional. Yes, they are in first person, but if you notice they're written in present tense. That's what alot of people don't realize. Check it out if you haven't, and if you don't like it that's alright too. Just please, don't compare it to Twilight.
Gregor the Overlander series- From the same author of Hunger Games, this was her first YA series though it may be aimed to a slightly younger crowd. Again, love the characters, story, setting. It's worth a try.
The Catcher in the Rye- Another classic, another required book for school. Love it!
Edgar Allen Poe (didn't really write books, i know, but i still like him)- Favorite poems have to be Annabell Lee, Tell-tale heart, and The Pendelum.
The Iron King- Typical paranormal YA stuff. Entertaining.
The Jungle Book (original books by Rudyard Kipling)- Veeery different from Disney's version. For one, Mowgli *spoiler alert* manages to kill Shere Kahn by running him over with a heard of cattle, and Kaa is a good guy.
Peter and the Starcatchers- Loved these books in Middle school! Oh my God! They're great.
Around the world in 80 days (original by Jules Verne)- Another classic. Quirky main character.
The Help- Ok, I'll be honest. I didn't finish this one, but from as far as I got it was good.
Lost Voices- It has mermaids. I love mermaids. Dark, enjoyable story. Has a sequel. Mermaids.
East- Oh, East! How I love East... Not to be confused with The Golden Compass which also features a girl, a polar bear, and, well, a compass.
The Kite Runner- Kite Runner. This story. THIS STORY. Heartwarming and wrenching at the same time. Intense.
Voices of Dragons- As its title suggests, it has dragons. Modern setting, nice story, hope the author writes a sequel because this book is begging for one.
All-American Girl- Read this a long time ago. Still like it. Quirky main character, again. I'm a sucker for those...
Steel- Same author as Voices of Dragons. This time, there's time travel and a historically accurate (mostly) view of pirates. Love it!
The Name of the Star- This is a really awesome mystery. I think its the first in a series, but don't quote me on it.
Unhooked- This book gave me FEELS. I'm still recovering.
Classic Disney stuff (e.g. Disney Renaissance stuff like Aladdin, Mickey mouse, the jungle book, etc.)
Laberynth (You have no power over me!)
Sherlock Holmes (It's so overt it's covert.)
POTC (Why is the rum gone?)
Lord of the Rings trilogy!!!!!!!!!! (One does not simply...)
Chicago (He had it comin')
West Side Story (Theeeeere's aaaa plaaace for uuuus!)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Put some windex)
While you were Sleeping (Next time you talk to yourself, tell yourself you're single and end the conversation.)
Mean Girls (4 for you Glenn Coco! You go Glenn Coco!)
It Happened One Night (again, not popular, a really old movie with (I believe) Humphrey Bogard. Again, don't quote me on that.)
The Help(You is smart, you is kind...)
Tangled (Frying pans! Who knew, right?)
21 (Can't think of a quote... :( )
The Iron Lady( I don't want to die washing a tea cup!)
Hugo (Again, no quote.)
Avengers (T:He is my brother. BW: He killed 80 people in two days. T:He's adopted.)
Amazing Spiderman (You've found my weakness, it's small knives.)
Hunger Games (That is Mahogany!)
Brave (I am Merida, first born of Clan Dunbroc, and I'll be shooting for my own hand!)
This Means War (Make it rain.)
Les Miserable (To love another person is to see the face of God!)
Rise of the Guardians (No. That's adorable, mate)
The Wolfman (Even a man who is pure in heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms, and the moon is full and bright.)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (I am not going to sit on my ass as the events that affect me unfold to determine the course of my life.)
The Goonies (HEY YOU GUUUYS!)
The Call (It's already done.)
Gaurdians of the Galaxy (We are just like Kevin Bacon!)
The Breakfast Club (When you grow up, your heart dies.)
Cinderella (Have courage and be Kind)
Big Hero 6 (Balalalala)
Psych!: I love this shoe sooooo much! The clever... it's, it's everywhere!
Once Upon a Time: Just get on your netflix, turn on your tv, and experience this wonderfulness. It can get a little mushy here and there with all the lovey-dovey stuff and convenient moments, but they're fairytale characters. It's excusable. The storyline is totally worth it!
Merlin: Why does this have to be the last seasons? Why? The humor is great, the story is fantastic, the characters-oh my gosh! Just... love this.
Warehouse 13: Awesome show. Its great for history buffs and people who appreciate clever connections. Going on record to say that Claudia is my favorite character. She's the best.
The Golden Girls: This is a classic starring Betty White, Estelle Getty, Rue Mclanahan(spelling?), and Bea Aurthur. It's genuinely funny.
I Love Lucy: How can you not like this show? It's a television hallmark, a classic sitcom.
Monk: Haha, oh Monk. Just... watch the show.
Dance Moms: ... I am ashamed.
Daredevil: Be warned. There is gore. Lots of gore.
Working at the House of Mouse:
Riley Franklin is a sixteen year old girl looking for a job. Luckily, the House of Mouse is hiring and through a happy accident, she gets the job! Now she has to put up with mischievious villains, a sneaky Pete, suspicious parents, and all the other challenges that come with working at a restaraunt. In the process of writing the next chapter.
The Disney Game:
Not to be confused with Punzietheplatypus's "The Disney Games". This was my first (not to mention worst) fanfiction. Riddled with Mary-Sues. Five friends get trapped in a Disney trivia game and must win to go home. on hiatus. possibly for adoption. P.M. me if interested. I know how i want it to end and the details, but this story is just... no.
What Not to do around Disney Characters:
A silly list of things you should NOT do around Disney characters.
Sappy, angsty, crappy. I really just wrote this for myself. I won't explain. Haven't gotten around to taking it down.
Slight AU, Three years after the events of "The Little Mermaid". A mishap with a spell has landed the main players of The Little Mermaid in none other than New York City. Now lost and isolated in a strange world, they must work to both survive and reunite if they hope to ever return home. And they discover that while familiarity breeds contempt, when it's all you have, it may also breed camaraderie (Not entirely the right word, but close enough...)
A twisted idea I got a little while back. I am so ashamed...
I'm thinking of doing a slightly gender-bent and very twisted version of the Little Mermaid. The focus would not be on Ariel, though she plays a big part.
Nessa was a mermaid given up as payment to the ferocious sea warlock to save the life of her sister. She is raised by him, unaware of his malicious nature. When her best friend Ariel, the youngest daughter of the king, makes a deal with her father everything she believed in will begin to unravel.
Why is the only gender bend Ursula? Because I am trash and obsessed with Sakimichan's gender bend. Also, its fan fiction. I can do what I want.
Like it says above, this is only a possibility!