Author has written 9 stories for Merlin, and Sherlock.
Welcome to my profile.
Just a few facts: I like to read and write. My favorite kinds of fanfiction (not necessarily books, but fanfiction) are crack stories (they're so dumb it's hilarious!), and angst (oh, the emotions . . . THE EMOTIONS!!). I don't much care for romance (at least, I don't search it out), but I'll read it if it sounds good. Oh, and I'm not very good at writing crack, or humor. Just don't have the right mindset for it, I suppose.
All that said, if you have requests of me, go ahead and ask! I don't promise I'll write it, but it will be considered.
"The past is behind, learn from it. The future is ahead, prepare for it. The present is here, live it." -Thomas S. Monson
"Without music, life would be a mistake." -Friedrich Nietzche
" . . . only in the surrender of the light could the darkness prevail." -David Eddings
"Reality continues to ruin my life." -Bill Watterson
"I'm not dumb. I just have a command of throughly useless information." -Bill Watterson
"Would it save you a lot of time if I just gave up and went mad now?" -Douglas Adams
"I seem to have excalibured this knife." -Diana Wynne Jones
"If there were no thunder, man would have little fear of lightning." -Jules Verne
"Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved." -Thomas S. Monson
"The Christian does not think God will love us because we are good, but that God will make us good because he loves us." -C.S. Lewis
"I'm on Aslan's side even if there isn't any Aslan to lead it. I'm going to live as like a Narnian as I can even if there isn't any Narnia." -C.S. Lewis (through the mouth of the wonderful Puddleglum, The Silver Chair)
"Say something hideous and horrible jumps out at you. Something so disgusting that it simply must die! [trips a button with his foot to reveal a very ugly Tiffany lamp] Oh, so tacky! Can't - look -directly at it! But I control those feelings, focus them, concentrate, and . . . release! (blasts the lamp with psychic power) And . . . the world is a better place." -Sasha Nein
Milla Vodello: It's just a little boy! What's your name, darling?
Coach Oleander: I'll find out . . . [The Coach tries to pry into the boy's mind, but fails.]
Coach Oleander: Can't . . . get . . . in!
Sasha Nein: Amazing!
Coach Oleander: Armored like a tank!
Razputin: My name . . .
Coach Oleander: Starts with a "D"!
Razputin: . . . is Razputin. But everybody calls me . . . Raz. - Psyconauts
"I was kidnapped by aliens, they came down from outer space with ray guns, but I fooled them by wearing a wig and laughing in a foreign accent, and I escaped." -Neil Gaiman
Favorite Authors: TatiAnna Tibbitts, Roald Dahl, Dr. Seuss, James Thurber, Bill Watterson, Diana Wynne Jones, Edward Eager, Diane Duane, Jules Verne, Scott Adams, Gail Carson Levine, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Steven Kellogg, if you want the condensed version.
Favorite Books: Death from the Skies! (Philip Plait), Bink and Gollie (Kate DiCamillo), The Tooth Book (Dr. Seuss), The Dark is Rising Sequence (Susan Cooper), The Screwtape Letters (C.S. Lewis), Half Magic (Edward Eager), The Book of Mormon (trans. Joseph Smith), Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Roald Dahl), Escape from Exile (Robert Levy), The Mysterious Island (Jules Verne), Nicholas Nickleby (Charles Dickens), Our Heroine (TatiAnna Tibbitts), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Roald Dahl), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Dr. Seuss), and Frankenstein (Mary Shelley), the Jack Blank Adventures (Matt Myklusch) ALSO the short version:)
Favorite Songs: 'Dancing Jodi' (Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi), 'Corn Dogs' (Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband), 'Forbidden Friendship' (How to Train Your Dragon), 'Mourya Re' (Don), 'Psychological Recovery . . . Six Months' (Sherlock Holmes), 'Moonlight Sonata' (Ludwig van Beethoven), 'Radha Kaise Na Jale' (Lagaan), 'Raghupati Raghav' (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai), 'The Sad Man With A Box' (Doctor Who), 'Somewhere That's Green' (Little Shop of Horrors), 'Swades Theme' (Swades), and 'Tumhe Aaj Maine Jo Dekha' (Kuch Naa Kaho).
Favorite TV shows: Merlin, Doctor Who, Monk, and Bones.
Favorite Romantic Pairings: Arthur/Gwen (Merlin), Merlin/Gwen (Merlin - so sue me, they are adorable), Amy/Rory (Doctor Who), Eowyn/Faramir (Lord of the Rings), Selena/Beckendorf (PJO), Catherine/Mr. Tilney (Northanger Abbey), Aeriel/Irrylath (The Darkangel), Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter), Cimorene/Mendenbar (The Enchanted Forest Chronicles), and Siri/Hume (Hexwood), Aditya/Geet (Jab We Met).
Favorite Friendships: Rory/River (Doctor Who), Arthur/Merlin (Merlin), Ram/Lucky (Main Hoon Na), Percy/Thalia/Nico (PJO - I cannot tell you how utterly fabulous The Sword of Hades was. It was basically a dream come true), Terence/Gawain (The Squire's Tales), The Avengers (The Avengers), Will/Horace (The Ranger's Apprentice), Maddie/Clark (Smallville), and, of course, the ultimate friendship, Harry, Ron, and Hermione;)
Fancy Dress Costume Ideas
Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
As soon as you arrive, hide in a secluded place and remain perfectly still. If anybody sees you, run really fast in a random direction.
The Pauli Exculsion Principle (requires two peope)
Dress in identical outfits and refuse to be in the same room as one another. If circumstances force you to be close together, one of you must stand on your head.
Wear an ordinary cat costume but when you get to the party, go hide in a closet. When somebody opens the door to check on you, flip a coin, and if it comes up heads, pretend to be dead.
Stand in a narrow hallway and impede the motion of anyone who tries to get past you.
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Reasons Why Stars Wars Is Better Than Titanic:
Titanic's big, but it doesn't have a hyperdrive.
Star Wars has WAY cooler action figure potential.
Yoda could use the Force to lift Titanic out of the water.
Ewoks throw better parties than either first class or steerage.
When flying towards the Titanic, Wedge can't say "Look at the size of that thing!" and really mean it.
It would be much scarier to get chased around the boat by a raving madman with a lightsaber as opposed to a handgun.
Titanic is egalitarian by portraying poor people as sympathetic. Stars Wars is egalitarian by promoting bug-eyed amphibians to Admiral.
Said bug-eyed amphibious Admiral manages NOT to lose his ship.
We know Cal is the bad guy because he sneers at the poor and treats his fiancee like property. We know Darth Vader is the bad guy because he strangles people and blows up planets for fun.
Yeah, Leo can dance, but can he fly an X-Wing?
People have not lost their lives trying to recreate scenes from Star Wars on the bow of the cruise liner.
Rose braves icy water for her man. Leia braves Jabba the Hutt.
Two words: John. Williams.
There are always enough escape pods in Star Wars.
Do you know what the Empire does to self-proclaimed "kings of the world"?
If Luke was handcuffed to a pipe below decks on a sinking ship, he could use the Force to get the key.
Han is frozen in carbonite and turned into a wall ornament. Leo simply freezes.
We knew the boat was going to sink. But who could have anticipated "Luke . . . I am your father"?
Han Solo would have missed the stupid iceberg!
My stories are below, of course. I hope you enjoy them. If you read any, please leave a review telling me what you thought, the good, the bad, and the ugly, 'kay? I appreciate any feedback.
My thoughts on con-crit, as quoted from someone much wiser than I am: "Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man, and he will increase in learning." -Proverbs 9:9
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