Author has written 4 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but my sword is a cello bow, so music might create a balance between the two. A fair fight.
Okay, so House of Hades made me cry. I'm in an induced stupor right now. I will probably be writing a few one shots about it. Yay.
I wrote a two and a half page essay analyzing the song 'Cotton Eye Joe' as a metaphor. I ended it with "And in that moment, I swear we were all Cotton Eye Joes". It was awesome.
If anyone has any story requests, PM me. If you want me to read stories, PM me. Just remember, if it's less than 500 words and has a bad title, summary, or spelling, I will (most likely) not read it.
I lost a friend the other day correcting an essay for her. It was kind of awful. Everything was one sentence and she capitalized each letter of each beginning word of a line. She used 'like' and 'stuff' every (supposed to be a) sentence.
I went through and deleted a bunch of stories. I will probably do a rewrite of A Very Thalia Christmas around, well, Christmas.
Stories to watch out for:
Through Nico’s Eyes
Synopsis: What Bob gathers from Nico’s stories is that there are two kinds of heroes. The ones that die tragically. And Percy Jackson.
Through Bob’s Eyes
Synopsis: From what Nico can tell, there are four categories Bob automatically puts things from the mortal world into. The good, the bad, and the ugly. And then there’s the stars.
Synopsis: All heroes get the girl eventually. Theseus had his Ariadne. Perseus Jackson had his Annabeth. But the tales never do focus on the women, do they? Maybe that’s why all Calypso has left is a pile of burnt shirts and the taste of a flame lingering on her lips.
Synopsis: Small Bob is a miniature. He refuses to believe he is a kitten. No, when something lives out its full potential all the while changing its entire essence, it essentially grows up. Definitely not a kitten.
NicoBiAngelo, at your service.
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