Author has written 16 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Lord of the Rings, Animorphs, and Hobbit.
Hi, I'm Toaofwriting. Welcome to my page.
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Some things about me:Some of my favorite books/series: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings (and other Tolkien works), Chronicles of Narnia, Bridge to Terebithia, Things Fall Apart, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Things Not Seen, Ranger's Apprentice/Brotherband Chronicles, City of Ember, anything by Neil Gaiman or Eoin Colfer, Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson Some of my favorite movies: Parent Trap (both editions), Tangled, Brave, Frozen, ALL Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Avengers, City of Ember
Favorite TV shows: Doctor Who, Merlin, Once Upon a Time, Sherlock, Big Bang Theory
Favorite ships: Emma/Graham, Doctor/Romana, Merlin/Freya, Clara/Danny, Sheldon/Amy, Anna/Kristoff (both Frozen and OUAT versions), Obi-Wan/Siri, Luke/Mara, Conor/Isabella, Faramir/Eowyn, Horace/Cassandra, Jenny/Vastra, Jesse Aarons/Leslie Burke
Some thoughts: Isn't it interesting how, in pretty much every fandom, necromancy and trying to change your destiny always end up badly? From Tamora Pierce's Lioness Rampant to Percy Jackson, from OUAT to Doctor Who to Brave, trying to resurrect the dead or change your own destiny only ever backfires. It's easy to forget with the 10th and 11th Doctors, but the Doctor is not human. He is of a species that had space flight before the Earth was even formed, who's strode universes and timelines for at least hundreds of years. He's the person that nightmare creatures have nightmares of. I can-and do-ship Jenny/Vastra and Jack/just about anyone, but the Doctor falling in love with a human is just too weird for me. Bridge to Terabithia is possibly the saddest fictional story of all time. While Fault in Our Stars is very well-written and very sad, you know pretty much from the start that it's doomed. The death in Terabithia hits you completely by surprise, and is all the more horrible for it.