Author has written 5 stories for Vampire Diaries, Hunger Games, and Harry Potter.
So I decided to redo my profile page (because, lets face it, it's been long overdue). Thanks to all my supporters, and I'm really sorry if I've deleted one of your favorite stories. It had to be done, I'm sorry - my stories just seemed so primitive back then, and I don't really see how I could have gone on from the point I left them at.
There's not a lot to say about me. I like writing fan fiction, and I am trying to write about fifteen real novels all at once (aren't plot bunnies a fickle thing? They like teasing me with story beginnings and leaving me without middle or end parts!). I like the Beatles, Smash Mouth, Cheap Trick and The Beach Boys. More modern musicians I admire are Sia and Coldplay... I'm sure I'm missing a few, but yeah. That pretty much sums it up. I'm an avid reader and a proud Dutchie!
Books I Recommend:
I'm definitely an avid reader. These are some books you'd maybe want to read, no?
Harry Potter (books 1-7) - great series. J.K. Rowling has also written short stories like The Tales of Beatle and the Bard. I just love the Harry Potter series. I was the type of girl who would play Harry Potter Trivia with her bus friends. What's not to love? The movies are really good, too.
Perks of Being a Wallflower - a truly touching story. I think it'll appeal to many who have gone through the high school experience as underdogs, or who have had a life-changing accident or situation. I must admit, though, that it's quite an emotionally straining book. I cried multiple times, even though sometimes I didn't really understand (maybe it's because I'm too young?).
Girl with the Pearl Earring -definitely one of the better historical fictions I have read so far. An interesting view on how Vermeer's painting (often called the Mona-Lisa of the North) came into existence.
Speak - makes me cry every time I read it. If you're a Kristen Stewart fan, go watch the movie (I haven't watched it yet, but soon). Either way, read the book. It's amazing, and one of my personal favorites.
The Hunger Games - An unpopular opinion on my part, maybe, but I really only liked the first book, because it showed such great promise. The second one was an admirable attempt, and the third went so fast it felt like half the characters died in a blink. Still one of the best modern trilogies, though, and I suggest everyone read it (and so does the entire Hunger Games fan base on this site :P).
These are a couple of promising books/series that I really enjoyed of the bunch I read. The list goes on, of course; but these are just a few I thought people reading my stories would like.
Some Movies/Series I really Enjoyed and Recommend:
- Cranford (BBC series) - funny and insightful. If you like Downton Abbey, or you're just crazy about the amazing Judi Dench (or Tom Hiddleston), this series might just be perfect for you! Its Christmas special, Return to Cranford, is interesting but not as good as the original. (8.5/10)
- The Lord of the Rings installments (movies) -Artfully thought and executed. It keeps on taking my breath away, really! The Return of the King was one of three movies in history to win 11 Oscars. 9/10 (total score)
- Harry Potter installments (movies) -Who doesn't love Harry Potter, no? The movies are magical, great for every age! My personal favorites were Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Prt One; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Prt Two. 8.5/10 (total score)
- The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey(movies) - I've only seen it once, in my hometown. It was amazing. The fanfiction archives for it are decent, too. So I suggest you read those. Unfortunately I haven't read the books, but I will. My favorite dwarf from the movie is... Bombur, Ori and Kili (I mean seriously. An Unexpected Journey? More like 'An Unexpected Hot Dwarf', am I right? As for Bombur and Ori, I just want some stuffed dwarves to sleep with... they are all so cuddly!). 9/10
- Pretty Little Liars (TV Series): Never watch this in the dark! Sometimes I watch it and I see the dude who plays Jason DiLaurentis (season two onward) and I think, he has bloody amazing hair. And amazing abs (don't forget the abs). 7/10
-Perks of Being a Wallflower (movie)- Emma Watson's accent isn't the best... but she really shines through as Sam, and both Patrick and Charlie are perfectly cast! Bill was really convincing, too. Great movie. Kudos to Chbosky for his directorial debut! 8.5/10
Some Movies I'm Really Looking Forward To:
-Noah - Russel Crowe, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Jennifer Connely, Anthony Hopkins.
- The Bling Ring - Emma Watson, Kirsten Dunst.
-Les Miserables - Anne Hathaway, Russel Crowe, Amanda Seyfried
Favorite Actors and Actresses:
-Audrey Hepburn (Breakfast at Tiffany; Sabrina; My Fair Lady, deceased)
- Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, age 22)
- Tom Hiddleston (War Horse, Thor, age 31)
STORIES I HAVEN'T PUBLISHED BUT ARE ON MY COMPUTER (these are the summaries and comments I have about these stories):
In Memory of:
What if the dark side won? What if Voldemort decided to create the Mudblood Games? What if, years into the future, a psychopathic man finds the Stone of Resurrection? What if that man decided to plan a very special Quarter Quell, involving the longest lasting Mudblood victors and the current ones? What if they befriend one another?
Hermione is the lost princess of Almut, cousin of the proclaimed beauty, Tamina. They are like sisters, but Hermione's mother, sister of the king, decides to let the gods decide their fate, taking her daughter and walking to the desert's far-off horizon. They end up in England, where Hermione flourishes into the life of a normal person. She gets the accent and everything. That is, until they are summoned back to the past. With the Weasleys as their companion (much to the chagrin of Hermione's mother), they leave back for the past, where everything has changed but where they're greeted in the warmest ways by the people of Almut. Join Hermione as she tries to save the home she had begun to think of as nothing more than a dream.
Okiedokie... this was a very long summary, so I'll probably change it. I have no clue why I started this fic, just that I thought that the Prince of Persia was a super duper movie :). Basically, Hermione was born a princess within the walls of Almut. Wary of the Persians, Hermione's mother decides to take her and her daughter to better places, trusting the pagan gods to care for them. They ended up in England, where Hermione's mother married the financially stable Mr. Granger, and Hermione was able to establish a very comfortable life in London. She became through and through English, and she even considered thinking her life in Almut a mere dream, had it not been for the clothes they had arrived in. Anyway, they got a summon from the past, and the Weasley family, who had taken Hermione in like a daughter, had insisted in going with her. The on going war helped make their decision, and, although they didn't want to be cowardly and hide in the past, Dumbledore assured them that protecting me was in the best interest of the war. So they go to back to Ancient Almut in this amazing and wonderful time, Hermione gladly being with her cousin. However, the protective feelings that Hermione start to feel for her dutiful cousin cause some problems and mix-ups when the Persians come and attack.
Hope you like the stories so far!!!
P.S. if anyone has any requests or anything, just ask me (in a review or something. I like reviews.) THEY WILL BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION.