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Author has written 8 stories for Strange Angels, Lili St. Crow, Looking Glass Wars Trilogy, Harry Potter, and Inheritance Cycle.
You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you. -Ray Bradbury
Hello and welcome. This is my outlet, my journal, my darkest and deepest thoughts - whatever you prefer to call it, you are welcome to read, enjoy, and criticize. I am inspired by many people, including my family, my friends, people I meet online, etc etc.
Formerly known as LadyArtemis101.
I welcome any communication. Whether you want to praise, criticize, discuss, or just need to talk to someone (even if you don't know me at all), please PM me with your thoughts.
We are the makers of music and the dreamers of dreams. -Willy Wonka
The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare: The best love triangles. It's funny and romantic and just plain awesome!
Gallagher Girls (the first book is I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have To Kill You) by Ally Carter: Written in a humorous language with a lot of teen drama that's sweet, sad, and realistic all at the same time.
The Inheritance Cycle (Eragon) by Christopher Paolini: Even though it's a bit hard to read, it's full of adventure and interesting commotion.
Pendragon by DJ McHale: Funny, original, surprising, and just freakin' awesome!
Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan: Completely out of our world. If you like Greek Mythology, this is for you. If not, I'm sure you'll like it anyway.
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher: Unbelivable. Makes you really ponder some things and left me crying after every chapter.
Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: Amazing, sad, frustrating, and makes you hunger for more.
Cat Royal Adventures by Julia Golding:Witty and brave: for a younger audience but just as enjoyable to teens and up.
North of Beautiful by Justina Chen Headley: What if you have a birthmark that messes with your life and there's only one person willing to love you?
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause: The title said it all (note: the movie is nothing like the book.)
Strange Angels by Lili St Crow: Dad?Zombie. Mom? Long gone. Me? Well, that's the scary part.
Wolves, Boys, and Other Things That Might Kill Me by Kristen Chandler: It's so funny and clever. And if you think you know wolves, think again.
Harry Potter by JK Rowling: pretty self-explanatory...
Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen: It's so realistic, without being too real. Does that make sense? A book about the truest of friends.
This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen: Don't be afraid to love.
Looking for Alaska by John Green: The perfect mix of sad and funny and everything else.
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green: This is not a cancer book. It's a book driven by cancer and centers around the most beautiful and realistic love story
We're all just stories in the end. Make it a good one, eh? -Matt Smith as the Doctor
Doctor Who (BBC): This show is 50 years old and a British classic. It has made me feel and made me proud to be human.
Merlin (BBC): Magical adventures and Arthurian legends. A sort of prequel to the well-known legend of King Arthur, where Merlin is his manservant and trying to hide his magic. Incredibly amusing.
Sherlock (BBC): Clever and fast-paced, it's filled with science and clever deductions and psychological discovery. And gosh, the humanity of it is mindblowing.
Castle (ABC): a funny detective show about a quirkya writer and his headstrong, brilliant muse of a policewoman.
iCarly (Nickelodeon): I am over the age of 11 (holy crap, am I old or what?), but I still enjoy this show. There are moments when I question my devotion, but the banter and the nostalgia get to me. It's so easy to get attached to these characters.
The beginning is always today. -Mary Wollstonecraft
The Hunger: This is the most well-known of my stories so far. It has over 200 reviews right now and it's the first multi-chapter fanfiction I have ever written. A spin-off of the second book. Not my personal favorite and I consider it a bit amateur, but worth a read.
Song On The Radio: My very first fanfiction, which is a bit choppy and redundant, but I'm learning. Very sweet if you get past the imperfections.
Christophe Reynard's Vocab: Not a story - simply a list of foreign words that Chris uses and their translation. Very useful, even if I do say so myself.
Crushed, Yet Unbroken: A Dramione story about the aftermath of war. It is definitelly the hardest fanfiction story I have ever written. A bit cliche.
Trapped and Kissed by Freedom: A Dramione story. Prequel to "Crushed, Yet Unbroken." If you liked CYU, you will probably like this. A three-shot.
Pretending: A story describing Arya's emotons after the confrontation with Eragon during the Blood-Oath Celebration. Angsty.
Looking Glass Wars:
Father: A more detailed description of what Homburg Molly is feeling when she finds out who her father is.
We must love one another, or die.- Jack Lemmon
I am now accepting requests. If you have want a story written, drop me a message with:
-The characters you want included
-The setting if possible
-The overall feeling/mood of the story
-Any other Do's or Don't
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