Author has written 4 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Psych.
Author has written 4 stories for Percy Jackson and Psych.
Here’s a little bit of personal information:
Female, working at a salon cutting hair, and enjoys writing when I need to take my mind off of things. Easily overwhelmed and stressed and has recently run into a writer’s block that just will not go away.
I love reading stories and watching TV. Nothing gets me like well developed characters and bonding/ family moments between them. When the show or book doesn’t have enough of those moment, fanfiction is where I turn to.
While I have many, many unfinished stories on my laptop ranging from the Avengers, Rick and Morty, Sherlock, etc, I ‘ve only posted things about Percy Jackson (with a Psych crossover) and my OC Atalanta Jackson. Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson books took me on adventures in my own mind. Over the years of daydreaming about a life a little more exciting than my own, I created the character Attie Jackson, twin sister to Percy. They look almost identical, have very similar mannerisms and beliefs, and enjoy a lot of the same things. In the beginning of the series at least. As they get older and go through life and death situations, they break off to be their own person. It’s how they grow as individuals.
Attie Jackson is always changing in my mind. Someday, I will create the character as someone more solid.
I hope to finish my Percy Jackson Rewrites one day.
Life is hard, but I enjoy creating. Below are my stories and the (unofficial) description of my OC.
Best Prank Ever
Short one-shot there Travis asks Katie out.
The Jacksons in The Lightning Thief
What if Percy Jackson wasn't the only child of the Sea? Hold up. Back up. Rewind. Follow Percy and Attie Jackson as they're thrown into the world where Greek Mythology isn't myths after all. Yeah, they couldn't believe it either. Danger must be a requirement to be a Jackson.
She’s a Mortal, PSYCH
What if Shawn, Gus, Juliet, and Carlton all met my OC Atalanta who’s a demigod from New York? What if murder was added to the mix? Read as the world of demigods meets the world of Psych. And how Shawn and Gus react to the new information about the gods.
Demigod Cases Suck
Sequel to She's a Mortal, PSYCH. This time, Atalanta and Nico take a trip to California after the latter got in some trouble with the police. They team up with the Psych gang when a murder victim turns out to be a demigod. How will Shawn and Gus react to meeting a god?
Atalanta Demigod Profile (Spoilers)
Atalanta “Attie” Jackson is (currently) a seventeen-year-old Green demigod, the daughter of Poseidon and Sally Jackson. She is the co-head counselor of the Poseidon’s Cabin, sharing the title with her twin brother Perseus “Percy” Jackson.
Attie Jackson was born August 18, 1993, ten minutes after her brother was born. She was raised by her single mother, Sally Jackson, and often protected by her older brother through their years of bullying. She was named after the swift-footed huntress Atalanta by her mother for her moxie. She hoped that her daughter would inherit some of the moxie since she believed that her daughter would need as much of it as she could for the world she was born in.
Attie is a brave, spirited follower and is willing to risk her life to save her friends, family, and any strangers who are accidentally thrown into the heat of battle. She’d rather receive orders than take them, finding the burden of the responsibility of having everyone’s life in her hands too much to handle. She’d much rather let Percy lead. Attie has a sarcastic and smart sense of humor, a laid-back demeanor, and has earned the respect of all the Olympians due to her actions in saving the world. She would never be able to break a promise. However, she is not perfect. She has a rather short temper and thus has trouble controlling her anger. When she especially gets pissed, she will cause an earthquake depending on the severity of her anger. She is rather reckless and rebellious, often rolling her eyes at Annabeth’s meticulous planning and instead offering the straight forward attack to just “barge right in and start swinging”.
In the beginning of the series, Attie often felt overshadowed by her brother. This made her feel the need to prove herself at every turn and show people that she was just as good, if not better, than Percy. This caused her to compete with her brother in every fight, often turning it into something dangerous for the both of them. Percy eventually notices and talks her down by telling her that she is her own person and that if anyone couldn’t see that then they’re the stupid one. She loses her competitiveness sometime in the middle of The Titan’s Curse, when Bianca dies. It’s then that she realizes that she’s not fit to be a leader and happily allows her brother to take the title.
Attie still finds herself offering to take on dangerous side quests in a deep-rooted way to prove herself anyway. She becomes self-aware that this seems to be her fatal flaw since it seems to always get her into seriously dangerous situations.
During the Battle of the Labyrinth, Attie got separated from the rest of the group and was left wandering the dark tunnels full of deadly traps at every turn and no way to see through the darkness. Time passed in a blur and she doesn’t know how many miles she walked, but when Annabeth finally finds her wandering and crying, they return to the surface to find that they’ve all been gone for two weeks. Ever since that horrible experience, Attie has had a deep, suffocating fear of the dark. When the lights go out around her, she is immediately sent into a panic attack, which only worsens after the conclusion of the book. She never tells anyone about her secret, besides Percy, but Leo figures it out after they are trapped together in a dark room and she begs him to light his hand up.
Attie is described as a very pretty young woman with jet black hair reaching her mid back with perfect beach waves as though she’d just gotten back from a long walk on the beach. Her complexion is much like Percy’s- to her chagrin- meaning that her facial structure takes on a more angular look. People would often say that she looks like her brother, instead of the other way around. She has a very “Mediterranean complexion” and a sarcastic, troublemaker smile. In the beginning of the series, Attie was not athletic at all, instead carried quite a bit of water weight. Later in her training, she becomes very fit, toned, and lean. She is shorter than Percy (by about an inch or less) for the first couple of books until the Titans Curse when they finally get equal in height. When she finally reunites with her brother in the beginning of the Mark of Athena, Attie is severely upset to see that growth spurt Percy went through while he was asleep. He towers a whole four and a half inches above her. She realizes that she has many admirers in the camp, but simply doesn’t want to bother with anyone during the entirety of the first series. When the Titan war is over, she still doesn’t focus on any boys, and the idea of dating completely flies out the window when her brother disappears.
When Attie first meets Leo, she finds him annoying. Halfway through the Lost Hero, the feeling turns to endearment. By the end, she realizes that she might have a little crush. Attie doesn’t act on anything though, especially since the boy seemed to flirt with anything that moved. They grow close during the second series, and when Leo starts to mature she thinks that she finds herself falling in love with him with each stupid joke he cracked.*
Note: Leo’s character development was very minimal in the Heroes of Olympus series and if I get that far in this thing, I’d like to lightly rewrite him to be a little less annoying. Still love Leo to death.
A charm bracelet with a silver Pegasus on it, given to her by Chiron before her first quest. The charm, when squeezed, turns into turns into a celestial bronze sword named Hurricane (Or τυφώνας which is written on the hilt of the sword and the side of the Pegasus charm). The sword is described as ‘A wickedly sharp, three-foot blade with a silver hilt. The handles on either side are carved out as Pegasus wings extending in the air like the sword would fly away.’ Much like Percy’s pen, the bracelet and charm always return on the left wrist whenever lost.
1. Water-Induced Abilities: When in contact with or in the presence of water, Attie gains a disproportionate amount of superhuman clarity, strength, speed, agility, and endurance equaling a god. She finds this power one of her most helpful abilities and spends a large amount of training on increasing her endurance since it wipes her out so quickly. She practices on making water explode from water bottles, controlling its shape into something useful, healing, and water solidification. Because of her intense focus on her water abilities, she is unable to beat Percy in a (pure) sword fight. She can only best him when she uses her powers. However, she is still better than most at handling her sword due to Percy’s near obsessive training.
2. Heat resistance: As a daughter of Poseidon, Attie has full resistance to heat and burns similar to that of a Cyclops, due to her father’s oceanic nature. When Leo figures this out, he finds himself relaxing around her more than he ever had another human being since his mother’s death.
3. Earthquakes: Attie doesn’t practice this ability much, but she finds it easy to cause small ones when she gets mad. They are hardly big enough to cause much more than a headache or a misplaced pipe, but if something were to really anger her then she could split the ground in half without much thought.
4. Twin telepathy: In the beginning of the series, Attie and Percy accidently communicate with each other through telepathy. Attie dislikes the feeling, but the two try to figure out how it works because they realize that it would be useful during battle. They never master the ability, instead finding that the easiest way to communicate was when they were both relaxed and focused. Their ability improves over time, but they really get the hang of it by The Last Olympian. It becomes much easier, though it still doesn’t always work. In the Last Olympian, Hera completely blocks out their telepathy, leaving Attie with a massive headache every time she tries to get in touch with Percy. And when Percy and Annabeth fall into Tartarus, the twins realize that they’re too far apart to even communicate.