Author has written 16 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Mysterious Benedict Society series.
Hello people of the world, who are for some reason or another on my profile!
Okay, my lovely avatar was made by Lazy Lazuli who not only patiently waited for me to make up my mind on colors and such, but also made it and helped me to upload it. So thank you, Lazy, I really appreciate it, and you did a great job!
One of my favorite sites is fanmortals. webs. com (minus the spaces), and despite what they say about the quality, who wouldn't want graphics for their story?
One of my favorite stories (here on fanfiction) is With the Light in Our Eyes, and I suggest you pop over and check it out. The three chapters posted are really marvelous, and the story is, in my opinion, under-reviewed.
Current Long-term Project: Forcing the Stars to Align.
An Alternate Universe story that starts sometime after The Titan's Curse, but before The Battle of the Labyrinth. It is a tale of scheming centaurs and titans, devious plans that revolve around "phases," a slightly befuddled Luke, and Thalia in a position that I'm not sure anyone has ever written about before. As a maze of secrets and lies begins to unfold, allies become enemies, and the safest place to be might actually be in the thick of it all.
As 2010 draws to a close, I am annoyed with myself for having reviewed a grand total of only six stories, this year. Since I would like to review more, in the coming year, I am, as of 11/19/10, asking any persons interested to send me a PM with the name of their story. Decent spelling and grammar is advised; as is a short, compact description of your story/one-shot. All stories must be T or under, and in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians or The Mysterious Benedict Society categories.
"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country."
"...but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird."
-Atticus from Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird
"Those three words... are said too much..."
-Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars
"Then we'll die fighting."
-Thalia Grace from Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the Titan's Curse.