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Author has written 13 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Newsies, Hetalia - Axis Powers, Thor, Band of Brothers, How to Train Your Dragon, and Brave, 2012.
Hello and welcome to my profile page! I'm not going to bore you with my ramblings, so please enjoy the page which I hope offers a longer summary to each of my stories, what you can expect in the near future, and a list of past and current stories! Also, please vote in the poll above! I would love to know your feedback! Thank you!
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Stories In Progress!
-Running Through Time: Ivana knows two things: time is delicate, the slightest of changes can cause history to be completely rewritten and that there's a top secret branch of the government responsible for protecting it from just that. Sector 1-18. Fem!Rus/Ame and Ger/Fem!Ita (Hetalia)
-Fowl Play: Co-authored with hillyhp2560; Go check it out!! (Artemis Fowl/Castle crossover)
-The Wild Prince: A border conflict that has lasted longer than living memory between Asgard and Jotunheim splits the two realms apart, peace never an option with more blood being shed every day. But when Laufey, king of the Jotuns, is on his deathbed, he urges his son, Loki, to try for peace through a treaty that will bind the two countries together through the marriage of Loki and the Asgardian princess, Sigyn. Meanwhile, Crown Prince Thor of Asgard hears news of Asgard's dying foe and sees it as the perfect opportunity to win the border conflict once and for all. (Thor)
-The Dragon Rider of Berk: Seeking a trade alliance, King Fergus invites the warriors of the Hairy Hooligan tribe to Dun Broch. When they arrive, Merida, eighteen and still as fiery as ever, suddenly finds herself faced with the most infuriating person she's ever met, the Chief's son, Hiccup. (Brave and How to Train Your Dragon cross-over)
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-The Captain's Fancy: Her childhood love lost at sea, Madeleine resigns herself to an arranged marriage to a wealthy merchant's son. But, when the engagement party that will officially tie her to her betrothed is attacked by a ruthless band of pirates, she suddenly finds herself faced with a man she had never thought she'd see again. (Hetalia one-shot)
-Everything Else Can Wait: A young couple, torn apart yet thrown together by the war that rages around them, find solitude in a singularly perfect moment. A moment that makes everything else wait. (Hetalia one-shot)
-The Trials of Homecoming: At six twenty-two and seventeen seconds, Alfred F. Jones, the hero who feared nothing, realized one very important thing-Homecoming was indeed coming and he still needed to ask out his date. America/Fem!Canada (Hetalia)
-Just Blame the Frappuccino: Nico has a sudden craving for a Starbuck's Chocolaty Chip Frappuccino and, after finding some loose change, he journeys to the nearest Starbuck's, which just happens to be in a Barnes and Noble Booksellers and it happens to be the release day of 'The Lost Hero' and the store is hosting a release party. (Percy Jackson one-shot)
-Never Bet Against Race: Concerning one sweat shop girl with the misfortune to bet against Racetrack-the King of All Things Betting-and lose. She now is set to go on a date with the infamous Spot Conlon (not her idea) but when one annoying matching making Italian and her so called 'friends' join forces to make sure The King of Brooklyn stays with this girl, her only worries are not all about getting food on the table any more. (Newsies)
-From One Leader to Another: What exactly do Spot and Governor Roosevelt talk about on their carriage ride and where does Spot go? (Newsies)
-Vienna Nights: Roderich is the piano protégé of Mozart and Elizaveta is the best friend of Beethoven, but after a connection through music will the two be kept apart because of the two greatest musicians and the rivalry between them? AU. (Hetalia)
-Summer's Beginning: Eugene Roe finds himself playing tour guide for a northern rich girl and both unintentionally live a little. (Band of Brothers)
The Hetalia Plays
These are the stories that I take two well known tales, usually a classic novel (such as The Three Musketeers) and a well-known love story (Romeo and Juliet, for instance) , and use their basic plot and very loosely base a story divided into acts and scenes off of it.
-All for One and One For All: With Louis the Fourteenth on the throne of France and his musketeers protecting Paris and the rest of France from threat, danger seems to be a fair off thing. But when the King's right hand man, Francis Bonnefoy, finds his daughter kidnapped, he asks the musketeers for their aid, especially his two friends Antonio and Gilbert along with their young trainee, Alfred. Upon rescuing the young noblewoman, Alfred is immediately smitten and what follows is a quest for love and happiness, and along the way, the lovers meet a vibrant and eccentric cast of characters. Based loosely off of The Three Musketeers and Romeo and Juliet.
-The Picture of Arthur Kirkland: Forced into marriage by her father to the most eligible and seemingly dapper young gentleman in England, Madeleine's arrival to her new home is met with a sudden change from her new husband as he turns into a cold, distant man as well as a great loneliness. But, there is little time to dwell on these thoughts as she soon discovers the manor she lives in conceals a secret that the staff and their master have kept shrouded for countless years. Based loosely off of The Picture of Dorian Gray and Beauty and the Beast.
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And that's all for now!
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