Author has written 51 stories for Les Miserables, Scarlet Pimpernel, Phantom of the Opera, Sherwood Smith, Misc. Plays/Musicals, Harry Potter, Fairy Tales, Tender_is_the_Night, Misc. Books, Beauty and the Beast, Rurouni Kenshin, and xxxHOLiC.DISCLAIMER FOR EVERYTHING I WRITE:
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UPDATE: 9 September 2007. New story: the art of contentment up. I am still working on Alpha and Omega--for such a vignette piece, it requires a crapload of research, and Dark Roses as well. Approximate update dates for those two: Alpha and Omega by October 31, 2007 and Dark Roses by December 31, 2007. Sorry for the wait...:sobs:
March 1, 2005.
One year and two days since I posted my first fanfiction...wow. It sure has gone by fast. I posted my one-year anniversary celebration piece (which I have been working on for...a long time. When I really began to like it, about a month ago, I decided it was to be my celebratory piece.) It is a 10x100, AU fic about Eponine and Montparnasse with a dash of Marius and the Lark. I couldn't remember if it was fifty-four Rue Plumet or fifty-five, and I was too lazy to check my book. Sorry.
I'd also like to thank you all for your kind reviews to stay here; I didn't think it would be so well-liked. But I'm really glad it is--it's probably my favorite work.Fic Info
Completed Fics/Oneshots: Phantom of the Opera: A Bird in Flight. Les Miserables: ALFOR Backwards; Bahorel Dies; Christmas Eve, 1832; Explanations; Fans; Father, Forgive Me; favourite; Five Francs; I Have No Title for This Eponine Fragment; I Used to hate Her; Just Maybe; Just one of Those Things; Lastly; Measles; Memory; Nearly as Grand; No; Practically Innocent; Reality; Sacrificial Poet; Scrying; Something in Me Has Died; Song for a Barricade; stay here; Strange Fruit; The Nightmare; This. Emma Brown: Diamonds in Velvet. Sherwood Smith/Crown Duel: In Which a Letter is Found and Bran Learns Something. F. Scott Fitzgerald/The Great Gatsby: Never-Ending Finality. The Scarlet Pimpernel: Scarlet; The Music of a Terrorist; The Mystery of Paul and Armand; The Talking Wayside Flowers Poem. Rurouni Kenshin: One Taco Short of a Combination Plate; Five Things That Never Happened To Kamiya Kaoru; Conversations, My Fears Relieved.
Fics on Permanent hiatus: Wherever the Wind Shall Blow; You Were My Home; Hope In Anguish
Writer's Block fics: Skitzos Lose Their Minds; Death is Too Quick and Painful; Sunshine and Rainbows
Dark Roses: Section: Fairy Tales; Rating: high PG-13; Genre: Romance/Angst/Mystery. One hundred years ago, give or take a few, the Queen vanished. One hundred years ago, give or take a few, a young, vain, embittered woman was turned into a wolf. Now, it's up to a merchant's son to turn her back. How? True love, of course. But the path is far from easy, and things are never as they appear. Caught in a collection of masterpiece coincidences--or is it a conspiracy?--Calix Merchantson and Beast, the wolf, must find themselves and seek the truth, both for their survival and that of those they love. A retelling of Beauty and the Beast.
horrors: Section: Fairy Tales; Rating: R, for limey content, violence, pervese sexual content, including rape, pedophilia, necrophilia, and if you think it's perverse, homosexuality; Genre: Horror/Romance/Action/Adventure/Mystery. The fate of the world rests in the hands of a girl who has never been anything but a pawn in the plans of others. Bound by silver, brands, and spells, Ariadne is forced to kill a race that should have never existed in the first place. Ignorant, bitter, terrified, and angry, Ariadne uncovers secrets about her past and her powers, and is plunged into a five-hundred year slumber. When awakened, she is bound again, only to fall in love with her captor. Hatred and love do not clash, but walk hand in hand, and, in the end, the truth will not be denied. Dark, morbid, angsty retelling of Sleeping Beauty.
Sign of the Second Derivative: Section: Sherwood Smith; Rating: PG-13; Genre: Romance/Drama/Humor. The life of Elestra Rensleaus, from childhood past the revolution and well into Meliara's and Vidanric's reign. Epic, and nowhere near finished, and won't be for a long, long time, since my muse has gone into a coma on it. I will finish it before I die, though, I promise. Chapter 16 is 0 percent done, because I only have the slightest inkling of what's coming next.
Alpha and OmegaSection: Rurouni Kenshin; Rating: PG; Genre: General/Drama. Kaoru, from birth until page one of volume one. More vignette-ish and less story-ish, though there are three kind of story-arcish things, it's very vague like that.
"We should take care not to make the intellect our god; it has, of course, powerful muscles, but no personality." --Albert Einstein, who is my hero.
"Beware Eponine, the evil vampiress! Mwahahaha!" -Obsetress, in the story "Thinks, courtesy of 'Ponine"
"The shortest distance between two idiots is the square root of a bycicle."
"We'll be right back to out nature documentary, 'Baggy: the anorexic elephant,' in just a moment." Colin from Whose Line is it anyway?.
"More than once I've awakened
"If you chip us, will we not flake? If you moisten us, will we not grow moss?" -Victor the gargoyle from The Hunchback of Notre Dame the movie
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