Author has written 8 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, Highlander, and Hobbit.
The first chapters are written after I overcame a massive writer's block and I'm really happy that I am back and that I can write again.
It will take some time to catch up with all my stories that would need an update, but I'll try to revive them all.
For the moment, I'll work on my new Hobbit story about an unexpected friendship between Thorin Oakenshield's sister Dís and Thranduil, the Great Elvenking.
I'm from Northern Germany, but I would prefer to live in the Alps.
I love reading and writing and so it was only a matter of time to write Fan Fiction beside my original stories. Besides writing, I love to stay in the open, have long walks and trekking tours whenever possible. Then I carry my camera with me and take photos.
I'm fond of history, nature and philosophy and I love lively discussions about lots of themes. I'm not a kind of party-girl, although I love to visit pop and rock concerts as well as the opera or Jazz/Blues-Clubs. I enjoy political cabaret and to my pleasure we have some very good cabaret artists in Germany (I fear we're absolutely and desperately in need for them)...
A part of my other interests and hobbies you'll find below...
I'm not a native speaker, so I apologize if there are any mistakes.
I started revising and rewriting my first story "Black Pearl – A Captain's Love"!!!
When I read my story lately I came to the conclusion that several chapters are missing. So I decided to fill the niches and the voids. The first chapters are up now!!!
- A rewritten prologue and already seventeen rewritten or completely new chaps...
I decided to leave the original version published so there will be a possibility to compare both versions if one is interested in doing so...
Have fun and feel free to leave a comment...
And you're still invited to enjoy the sequels to my story:
"Fountain of Youth – A Captain's Love II"
"On the Wings of Freedom – A Captain's Love III"
My Stories about Captain Jack Sparrow:
1. Black Pearl - A Captain's Love (Revised version up!!!)
I always wondered about why Jack Sparrow is so obsessed by his ship - the "Black Pearl". Maybe it is because she's more to him, but just a ship...
Being a boy of fifteen, Jack Sparrow takes flight from Shipwreck Island and gets saved by a stranger who takes him aboard his ship and away to a hidden bay. The stranger is Patrick Swallow, who chooses the bay as a hideout. There he lives with his partner Rosalind Stevens and her daughter Caithleen.
Jack and Caith become inseparable and they fall in love. When they have to leave the isle in a hurry life changes dramatically. They have to make a decision which leads them to London and to an employment with the East India Trading Company. When their ship gets heavily damaged the new leader of the company - Cutler Beckett - makes Jack captain of the fastest vessel that floats: the "Wicked Wench".
Then the day comes when Jack discovers that Beckett betrays him and that he uses him and his ship to sail slaves over to the colonies. Jack and Caith agree to set them free, although they know what that could mean for them. When they reach the African shore to face Beckett they have to realize that the head of the East India Trading Company is driven by greed and power. Being hell-bent to get his cargo back Beckett turns Jack's and Caithleen's life into hell on earth and when he decides to take everything he loves away from Jack not only his freedom is meant...
2. Fountain of Youth - A Captain's Love II
Jack finally found his beloved Caithleen but her allowance to stay with him is bound to a condition: He has to find the legendary Fountain of Youth within a year's time. Otherwise he will lose his love forever.
Before they can set sail to head towards the fabled spring bad news from England reaches them on their little island. Joshamee Gibbs - Jack's trusted friend - is in danger to get hanged and a mysterious double obviously hires men in Jack's name.
Jack is able to save Gibbs from the gallows, but when he tries to find out who the stranger is who acts him to hire a crew he and Caithleen end up aboard one of the most feared vessels sailing the seven seas - the "Queen Anne's Revenge" - captained by the infamous Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard. Cruelty and struggling for life rule the life aboard and while Jack tries to find a way out of this awkward situation he stumbles into someone from his past - the beautiful and hot-blooded Angelica Malon.
Torn apart by his memories and feelings Jack tries to find out everything about the Fountain of Youth just to realize that a sacrifice is needed: If he wants to safe Caithleen someone else has to die instead.
In the end he has to make a decision about what it is he loves most...
The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean 1-3, The three Musketeers (from 1973), Lawrence of Arabia, Quo Vadis, Kingdom of Heaven, Troy, Robin Hood (Errol Flynn), Ivanhoe (Robert Taylor), The Crimson Pirate (Burt Lancaster), Star Wars, the Johnny Depp - Tim Burton Movies...
Wolfgang Hohlbein, Alexandre Dumas, J.R.R. Tolkien, Sergej Lukianenko, Philip-José Farmer, Henryk Sienkiewicz
CSI (the three of them), Navy CIS (Gibbs' Team), Criminal Minds (Hotch & Co.), Akte X/X-Files, Inspector Barnaby, Born Free, Highlander, Queen of Swords, Rosenheim Cops, Rettungsflieger, Leverage, The Mentalist, Castle, PSI Factor, All Creatures Great and Small - TV series from 1978
Lee Pace, Peter Wingfield, Johnny Depp, Viggo Mortensen, Richard Armitage, Orlando Bloom, Michael York, Omar Sharif, Peter O'Toole, Leo Genn, Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Anthony Quinn, Robert Taylor, Marina Berti, Meg Ryan, Michelle Pfeiffer, Miranda Otto, Liv Tyler, Katherine Hepburn, Maureen O' Hara, Jean Peters
U2, AC/DC, Queen, Kim Wilde, Lady GaGa, Depeche Mode, Corvus Corax, Tanzwut, Ardor, Adam Ant, Visage, Ultravox, Amy Winehouse, Duffy, Dean Martin, Sherrill Milnes, Placido Domingo, the operas of Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini and a lot of Rock, Pop, Soul, Opera, Classic, Trance - good music needs no drawer to put it in.
Read, Write, Nature, Animals, Photography, Wandering and Trekking, Medieval Markets, Cinema, Theater, Opera, the Alps
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