Author has written 4 stories for Legend of Zelda, and Twilight.
Name: Evangeline "Evan" Seymour
Despite my email, I'm a girl. Evan is just a nickname.
Other than that, my birthday is 8/30/91,
my major is English and my minor is Psychology,
I love to read and write,
and these are my stories:
Transcendence - Link and Zelda faced a tragedy soon after they were married. Almost a year later, Zelda has managed to find her way out of the grief. Yet Link still cannot cope with their loss. A changed man, he finds any kind of solace only at twilight. After a series of odd events and happenings, Link discovers something life-changing. After said discovery, while not only learning to accept what has happened in his past, can he also come to terms with his future? And will he lose the woman who has stood by his side through all of his trials and tribulations? RATED T for sex and violence
Little Princess (takes places after Transcendence) - One-shot.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING FOOL:
Hey guys. I want to apologize first to anyone reading this story. I was really excited to write it. The key word is was. I started writing the ninth chapter and started it off with an author's note. In the note I explained that I was going to be using a different technique for my next story. I was going to write the first couple of chapters before posting the first one. I wanted to see if that technique bettered my writing. I didn't intend to start writing my next story until Fool was finished. However, I wrote the first chapter for Superhuman and now...that story is all I can think about. I'm so excited to write it. And so, because my focus is on that story, I'm going to stop writing Fool until Superhuman is done. I'm so sorry to all the people that have been reading Fool. I hope you guys don't hate me. But I thought you all deserved an explanation so you weren't waiting around for the next chapter. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to send me a message.
Fool (set in modern times) - Zelda Harkanian used to be an innocently beautiful, talented young singer. She and her band were close to signing with a major record label. The future looked bright. But after a crushing blow, she broke off the deal, and her relationship with her boyfriend, and opted to sing in bars and date fools instead. Enter Lincoln "Link" Daugherty, the ex-guitar player for Zelda's band. Hired by Zelda's mother to find her daughter, help her, and bring her back home, he finally locates Zelda. But after he begins to reaquainte himself with his old friend, he begins to fall for her. Can he help Zelda overcome her pain and turmoil and open her eyes to who is standing right in front of her? Or will Zelda find him to be a fool like the past men in her life? RATED M for language, sex, and violence
Superhuman - After high school graduation, Bella Swan, a kind-hearted klutz of a girl, moves to New York City to attend NYU on full scholarship. Though she focuses mainly on her studies, she works at the local library to pay her bills and rent. But one chance day, Bella meets Edward Cullen, an inhumanly beautiful mechanic. Things get even crazier for Bella when stories begin appearing in the paper about a vigilante that roams the streets at night, saving people from evildoers with his unbelievable, superhuman strength. There are a lot of things about Edward Cullen that Bella longs to figure out. Such as why it seems so hard for him to be in close proximity to her though the electricity is undeniable, why he chose the path of a mechanic when it's clear that he could have been anything he wanted, and why the vigilante sounds so much like him. RATED T for sex and violence