Author has written 3 stories for Hunger Games.
"Om du faller, finns jag där!" - golvet
Swedish, 24, He/Him
A special shoutout goes to the people listed below, who I am incredibly lucky to be able to call irl friends. They inspire me every day with their kindness and talent (go read their stories asap!)
An Ode: Planning Chapter 4
Into The Abyss: Backlogging Act II (3)
THE ECHOVERSE. ft. My-Mental-Mind
An Ode (Anthology): standalone chapters chronicling Panem's history from the beginning of time up to 20 ADD. Tells the stories of gods, gamemakers and victors.
Echos Between Worlds (Prelude): an introduction to New Rome and its most central characters. Meet Echo Sabellius, an esteemed Head Gemamaker, as she witnesses a cosmic event that will change the future of her world forever.
Into The Abyss (SYOT): the 20th Hunger Games. As Panem enters a new era, and Jupiter's herald finds herself at a crossroads between worlds, it is up to those left intact to pick up the pieces of a crumbling society. Will they triumph in their fight against borrowed time, or slip further into the abyss?
Verseblog: echoverse . weebly . com
Hamlet Cromwell, The Capitol, LHFNP. Pending
Maeve Kurzick, District Four, A Prisoner’s Dilemma. Accepted
Ianthe 'Lux' Tsengrinou, Soldier, Burn It Down. Introduced
Elris Conroy, District Twelve, Dusk Till Dawn. Train Rides
Beau Ducreme, District One, Mask of Shadow. Top 20
Niobe Nervanthis, District Ten, Six Feet Under. Placed 2nd
Ashara Nox, District One, To The Wolves. Victor
Althea Biachi, District Three, B.I.T.C.H. Survivor (2nd)
(nr) = Original Placement
Tribute Blog: remuskids . weebly . com
In 2013/2014 I participated in a collaborative story called 75 Games: After the Mockingjay. I had never written anything of the narrative variety before, but remember being very proud that I managed to produce a whole chapter of something, and in my second language to boot! If you're interested to see where I started out, then take a peak at Chapter 47: DNA. I've grown a lot as both an author and a person since, but it's a fun little nugget to look back at!