Author has written 7 stories for Lord of the Rings, Merlin, King Arthur, and X-overs.
obsessions: lord of the rings, sharpe, narnia, king arthur, thunderbirds, robin hood bbc, transformers, twilight, king arthur, a-team, three musketeers (every book film and amimation, including "dogtanian and the muskehounds"), BBC Merlin, Take That...
Hello! How is everybody? Updates will be slow for the next couple of weeks. Sorry. :(
My Merlin fanfic 'Not really what they epected has been abandoned. If anyone wishes to complete it then please warn me in advance.
Things i hate (no offence to anyone intended) :
Hypocrites; do i need to explain?
Pressure; constantly being told that somethings the most important, then turning around and being told by someone else that something else is the most important.
People not getting the picture; When i'm sat at a laptop with my headphones in, music full blast, everyone knows i'm not in the mood to talk. Why is it that one person can't understand that? They think i'm ignoring them when i just can't herre them.
People who judge me for my lack of social life; Just because i don't talk to my friends often, doesn't mean i don't have any.
People who think it's embarressing to hug parents in public; my Dad gives the best bear hugs. I will hug him anywhere and in front of anyone.
People who stand there doing nothing when they're supposed to be helping or finding something to do.
Cancelations; if plans are cancelled after you've re-arranged your entire schedule for them, it's not fun.
Anyone who says i have bad taste in music when i listen to all types of music, including what they like to listen to.
People that make jokes and don't notice how much it hurts to hear and how deep it cuts.
So... in the news... TAKE THAT RELATED
Happy Birthday Howard Donald! 44... yeah right- take 10 years off that and that might be more accurate ;))
Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams and Mark Owen all to become daddy's again- for the first time in Robbie's case!
Mark Owen signed up for soccar aid 2012!
Robbie Williams to perform at the Queen's jubilee gig.
Mark Owen excited about his new sound.
Jubilee Song-official release
Take That album due in 2013
Happy Birthday Jason Orange!
My absolute favourite charactors/ artists;
Legolas-Lord of The rings
Merry-Lord of the rings
Pippin-Lord of the rings
Gimli-Lord of the rings
Boromir-Lord of te rings
Eomer-Lord of the rings
Tristan-Merlin BBC (series 4 final)
Will Scarlett-Robin Hood BBC
Allan a Dale-Robin Hood BBC
Little John-Robin Hood BBC
Daniel Hagman-Sharpe series
Harris- Sharpe series
Aramis-The three musketeers
Take That OT5
Take That OT4
The dream i had to inspire 'What's wrong with Tristan?' and what led to it:
My sister, her friend and i were watching 'King Arthur' in the middle of the night. We were watching the attack on the bishop's carriage, where the knight's join in. When Bors stops fighting and yells "Rus", My sister farted.
That night i dreamt that the knights were in a battle, Bors yelled his battle cry and farted. A woad was coming up behind him at the time. He fainted.
Sooo... how is everybody? Good? I'm not to bad myself, thanks.
Casually slaving over my ongoing fic... but you know isn't it just great that it's nearly the summer holidays?? Not that the weather is agreeing with me on that.
My sister has also become my official plot bunny, beta reader and shield against writer's block. Hip hip hooray! :))
If you can read the following message, you are blessed because over two billion people in the world cannot read at all:
I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdanieg.
The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid.
Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy,
it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are,
the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae.
The rset can be a taotl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit a porbelm.
Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef,
but the wrod as a wlohe. Amzanig huh?
Yaeh and I awlyas toghuht slpeling was ipmorantt! Tahts so cool!
If you could read that put it in your profile!
You know you've been watching too much Sharpe when... ... you can correct your tour guide at Waterloo.... you can sing along to all of Hagman's songs...you tell Harper's funny stories as if they were your own.... you recognize other Sharpe actors, the episodes they were in and the characters they played... your sports team nicknames you after a Sharpe character.... you know all the words to Over the Hills, even those not included in the series... your Southern drawl turns into a Yorkshire mumble.... you quote a complete line at the slightest reference... you assume people are as obsessed with Sharpe as you are in casual conversation.... you refer to people you respect as a proper bastard... you insult people by calling them Hakeswill, Ducos or Leroux.... you develop a deep-seated contempt for all things French for no apparent reason... the name Jane makes you flare your nostrils and hiss disapprovingly.... you know all the Sharper inferences in Sean Bean's other films... you get annoyed that your expensive box set is incomplete because you got it before Challenge and Peril.... all your web signatures and avatars are Sharpe quotes and pictures... you use Sharpe quotes for your Facebook status.... your Christmas gingerbread men strangely resemble Riflemen... you grow fond of hearing yourself saying Bloody 'ell or Bugger me in a ripe Yorkshire accent.... you tell your kids that it would break your heart if they grew up to be cavalry men... you distinguish between killing bosses and murdering bosses at work.... appropriate or not, you give new co-workers Sharpe's 3 Rules speach... you watched all the episodes back-to-back in a marathon session immediately after receiving a boxed set.... you lecture someone on the sins of reading or watching Sharpe out of chronological order... when you still shed tears over Perkin's demise in Battle.... when you start muttering all the lines under your breath while watching Sharpe... you suspect every transvestite or manly woman of secretly being a Jewish banker.... you are inspired to read Voltaire in original French even though you don't know a word of French... your friends and family worry that you know a little too much about the Napoleonic era.... you write Sharpe quizzes for www.quizzfarm.com... someone asks how to do something you tell them: Bite, pour, spit, tap, aim, fire. ... all your pets have Sharpe names... all your kids have Sharpe names.... you believe that as long as you have tea, you can survive anything... when you are hurrying, you do the Rifles' Quick March.... you insist on posting picquets when you go on camping trips... when your kids get sick, they call for Sharpe instead of Mommy or Daddy.... no one wants to go hiking with you because all you know is quick march or dawdle... you know Portuguese history better than a native does.... when all your Amazon recommendations are Sharpe, British Military or Napoleonic Era... you instantly recognize a Rifleman costume at a party.... you plan your holiday around attending a John Tams concert... you plan your holiday around a Rifles reenactment event.... you refer to Waterloo Battlefield as Holy Ground... you recite memorable lines for special ocasions.... you dress as a Rifleman for Halloween or Carnival... you have a Sharpe pic or artwork as your mobile wallpaper.... you have a Sharpe sound clip or song as your ring tone... you're plotting how to get yourself a Rifleman's uniform.... you have nightmares about getting your sash tied correctly... the only trousers in your closet are dark green.... the only trousers you notice in the shops are dark green... you want to remedy a sprained ankle with best brown paper and paraffin oil.... the only cuss words you can think of are bugger and bloody... you wonder where you can get Maggie the Maggot when you cut yourself.... you want to remedy a sprained ankle with best brown paper and paraffin oil... you can correct someone's mistake with facts such as "it's Maggie the Maggot, not Molly.... you shout at the telly during a war movie "Form square, you idiots!"... you correct someone when they call a sabre a sword or vice versa and can explain the difference.... you can tell the difference between musket fire and rifle fire whenever you watch anything historical like Hornblower... one of your favorite insults is "Dancin' Pumps".... you vow you would never name a dog "Jane", let alone one of your children... you lecture your spouse for shouting too much with "We have two ears, but only one mouth...".... you can name all of Sharpe's Women, in chronological order, without looking... you can name all of Wellington's Exploring Agents, in chronological order, without looking.... you can name all of the villains in Sharpe, in chronological order, without looking... the word 'sharp' makes you think of a blonde-haired Yorkshireman, even when its being used to describe a pen knife.... you begin mealtimes with "Rifles...Load!"... you reply in the affirmative with "Aye" in stead of "Yes". ... you wish hard that Empire waists should come back into fashion... stuck in traffic jams you yell at the other drivers "No dawdlin' now!"... you don't like brandy but you keep a full hip flask stashed away for 'medicinal purposes'... if someone pisses you off, you give him the 'buffle-brained bastard' rant.... you adamantly defend Sharpe for bad behaviour like sleeping with Isabella the night before Teresa is killed... you can't believe it when someone says they don't like Sharpe.... you have lost track of how many times you've seen the videos... all your computer shortcuts and bookmarks are for Sharpe, Regency and Sean Bean sites.... you hear thunder and worry whether its howitzer or mortar fire... you reply to Thank you with "your servant, ma'am".... instead of saying "Oh my God" you say "Jesus wept"... your best comeback in an argument is "I've killed fleas smarter than you".... you get tempted to head butt someone just to see if it hurts or not... you ask the butcher why he doesn't carry any salt beef you get angry because he looks at you like you're daft.... someone asks you what tune that is that you keep whistling incessantly and you realize its O'er the Hills... you call the family to dinner "Chosen men...to the front!"... you answer the phone "Rifleman xxx speaking"... you are planning to buy a Baker rifle just to see how fast you can load it... you start addressing fellow females at work as "Lass".... you answer the question "where are you going?" with "Over the hills and far away"... you start asking your teenage nephew if he's going to take the King's shilling after graduation.... you hear the word sharp on telly or in conversation and immediately think someone is referring to Richard Sharpe... you refer to Sharpe when reviewing a Napoleonic War computer game.... you find excuses to use clips from the films to illustrate 19th century warfare in your history classes.