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Author has written 11 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
I guess I'll tell you people a bit about myself (because I feel like it).
I've been SOOOOO busy. I haven't had much time to update. I'll add this message to the next chapter I upload, but it won't be a quality one. You'll have to wait until the summer for my update rate to pick up because I'm cramming with exams, essays, that sort of stuff, except it's far more intense now compared to earlier. Sorry for the delay.
FAVORITE QUOTE FROM A RANDOM PLACE: I am in shape. Round is a shape.
A Code of Conduct I Like: Nothing is true. Everything is permitted. (Assassin's Creed folk!)
Age: I am between 1 year old and 100 years old. Take your pick.
Favorite Subjects: I really don't mind anything...as long as I get good grades. Also, unlike many authors on this website, my grades aren't affected whatsoever by posting chapters on here. It's really convenient because I have a boatload of free time. I kind of wish I did more physical activity, though.
Favorite Food: Pizza and pasta and rice.
Favorite Color: Navy blue
Favorite Type of Music: Rock, nu-metal...
Favorite Band: Linkin Park
Really Cool Modern Pop-Style A Capella Group: Pentatonix
Favorite Artist Who Isn't Known Famously Worldwide (at least I don't think...): Razor Red Noise
Favorite City: My hometown
Favorite Philosopher: Confucius
Favorite Hobbies: Strumming a guitar for fun sometimes, playing the piano (but I suck at it), reading, writing, and thinking.
Which Greek God Am I Most Like? Hermes. I'm not a thief, but I am sort of like a messenger...though I don't bring literal envelopes to people.
Most Popular of My Stories:
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: On the Run - The Lord of the Sky and the Lord of the Dead find out about Percy Jackson long before he reaches camp, which causes the death of his mother. Percy is all alone with nothing but his father to guide him to safety and training. (Complete).
On the Run was my first really successful story, which is kind of surprising considering the writing wasn't...well, that great! I mean, my latest stories don't have that ornate structure to it, but the writing style, in my opinion, is better. Anyway, it's just my take on what would have happened to Percy if his mom hadn't raised him. What adventures would he go on? It was my first true taste at writing a story. To be honest, I like where it has come, because as an author, I'm always looking to improve upon something that, although has mainly received positive feedback, has drawn negative attention. I think chapter 17 helped me try to define a character more so that the audience/readers would be able to understand why they chose to do what they did. I still stand by my opinion as to why Percy spared Gabe, and if you choose to refuse the possibilities of why, that's totally understandable.
Titan's Curse: Perlia Style - What if Annabeth and Percy didn't have complete crushes on each other? AU. Percy falls for Thalia. Thalia falls for Percy. Next thing you know, they're on a quest to save Artemis and Annabeth. Perlia. Don't like it, don't read it. I suck at summaries just be warned. Rated T just in case. COMPLETE.
TC:PS was my very first story on FanFiction. I came to this site, my friend having recently introduced me to it, wondering what would have happened if Percy and Thalia were a couple instead of Percy and Annabeth. I'd say that this was a good foundation for me to prosper forth, although it is far from my best work. I think it's a good read if you're looking for something similar to canon just with a different pairing.
Everlasting Hero: The Argonauts - Long ago in ancient Greece, a young boy is born. When his mother dies at a young age, he is led to the trainer of all heroes, Chiron the centaur. After four years of training the boy is finally thrown into a quest. Little does he know this quest will be one of the most daunting things he will ever face. May be M; Greek heroes are nasty. COMPLETE. SEQUEL IS UP!
The Argonauts...well, I first got the idea when I was brainstorming ideas with a friend of mine. That friend suggested doing something in the past, so I looked back in Greek Mythology. I found Heracles' Labours, Bellerophon, Theseus, Jason and the Argonatus, The Trojan War and more. A plan began formulating in my head until one day, I found Anaklusmos14. I'd read his previous stories, the ones that had gotten him so popular on FanFiction, and admittedly envied for the better part of two weeks during the latter part of June. His tale was about Perseus and Achilles, two brothers from different mothers. My tale would be Percy, Jason and the Argonauts. I threw in Theseus and Atalanta and Periclymenus to tie in with the future, because Theseus betrayed Ariadne, linking to the Hunters; Atalanta would teach him to hunt; linking to his archery ability; and Periclymenus would lead him to Frank Zhang, son of Mars. This was the beginning of a new series. As I continued writing, I asked whether I should continue on to the Trojan War or not. And I got my answer...
Everlasting Hero: The Golden Blade - 'Perseus has tried to escape from his previous life, starting anew. When Agamemnon and his brother Menelaus declare war on Troy, Perseus and his pupil, Achilles, are sucked in. Now, he must decide who his loyalties lie with: his friends or his country. ' Sequel to Everlasting Hero: The Argonauts. LATER CHAPTERS ARE M. COMPLETE! THE SEQUEL IS UP ON MY PROFILE!
The Trojan War. Achilles as his student, Percy finally understands what it is to lose a student, knowing you would out live them by centuries. There isn't much to say about this aside from the fact that it got me to re-watch the movie Troy from 2004. I added a bit more Greek mythology into it regarding my previous story, and basically called it my own. I even had the honour of having Anaklusmos14 reading my stories. Unfortunately, none of the other authors I've added to my favourites have added me back (probably because they hate my work; all's fair, I don't like every single piece of work they've put out either). Despite receiving less attention than the Argonauts, I think it kept the same core that read the Argonauts.
Stories In the Making
A Dark Awakening - Perseus wished he'd been part of the Trojan War. But he was too young. Instead, he was adopted by Menelaus and Helen of Sparta after their return from Troy. When he nears his 16th birthday, Percy's life begins to fall apart around him and he's forced to flee for his life on an adventure that will mark his face as the world's deadliest hero. AU. T for mild cussing/suggestive scenes
I'm sorry, I really like Percy in ancient Greece, though I've noticed that most of the stories depict Percy as really badass and kind to his family and friends, or really soft and mushy and overprotective. There's never a Percy who goes through doubts between him or who takes a dark path to things (or if there HAS, I've never read one). The hero is often depicted as a person who does the "right" thing all the time. But there's rarely a Percy who makes the "wrong" choices. There's rarely a Percy who struggles to come to equilibrium. There's rarely a Percy who really acts the way I'm trying to shape him into: moody, self-conscious, generous and cruel. So, that's my goal, and I hope you enjoy it.
Everlasting Hero: Rise of the Titans - Sequel to "The Golden Blade." Percy, who has adopted the surname Jackson, has managed to survive for thousands of years past the times of the Roman Empire. After struggling conflicts, he makes his peace with the Romans. However, now, a threat is nearing the horizon, something he has never faced before, something ten times worse than the Romans: the Titans.
Boring title, I know. Percy's now millennia old and trying to teach his student, Nico di Angelo, how to fight the Titans. But even he knows that he knows too much for his own safety. He knows that he's teetering on the edge. And that's why Percy becomes a side character. He doesn't appear as much because his role is much darker and much less forced compared to the previous stories. Despite his jokes and sarcasm, his deep emotions and feelings are revealed to the modern demigods as Percy's heart is melted into a cold lead.
Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.
Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.
To help all of you find other real books out there...just remember. Reading may be fun for learning new plots and twists, but:
You cannot open a book without learning something.
Feel free to flame.
I ask my readers what pairing they prefer to use, but I like writing freely so if I do make attractions between different people, I will make it a subtle as possible. However, I will add some mushy stuff. I'm not too much of a fan of mushy lovey-dovey things so when you read my stories the main things you'll see in my story is fighting or important events.
Everlasting Hero: The Rise of the Titans
A Dark Awakening
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: On the Run
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Devil's Triangle
Titan's Curse: Perlia Style
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Hunt
Everlasting Hero: The Argonauts
Everlasting Hero: The Golden Blade
Battle of the Labyrinth: Perlia
Everlasting Hero: The Lost Stories
A Lonely Echo
Everlasting Hero: The Queen's Revenge
Hiccups/A Lonely Echo Remake
To be determined...
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