Author has written 14 stories for Inuyasha, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Hey everyone! I'm just a simple girl who loves to write. As you can see I love the show InuYasha and have a few fics that I've written. Most are Kag/Sess but if you check out my other pen name: Kilalita, you'll find a Naraku/Kagome fic, which in my opinion, is better than my Kag/Sess work.
Also, I've just started writing my first Pirates of the Caribbean fanfic. I just couldn't resist writing a Jack Sparrow fic any longer. Hope you enjoy all my work.
Besure to check out my sister's work too. Her Pen Name is: Natsuko-Lissa
She helps me write "Sesshoumaru's Advice Column" and is a great writer!
For any of the people reading my Pirates story "Lost in Translation"...here is a site that I've been working on. It has a list of quotes from that story and pictures of Jack & Kaitlyn. You can access it here:
One of my favorite parts of writing is the character interaction and dialogue. So here are some of my favorite "quotes" that I've written. In a few places I've taken out the actual writing and just put in their actions to save space.
Quotes from my upcoming “House” fanfic:
Wilson: That poor woman had a bone marrow transplant two months ago, her immune system in in the toilet, and you probably just added anxiety to her already long list of symptoms.
House: //after meeting a very strange patient// There's a pirate in exam room one.
Wilson: A pirate? You mean like, sail the seven seas, plunder your ship kinda pirate?
House: //sarcastically// No, I mean there's someone in there downloading music from the internet so they can burn and sell CDs for a marginal profit, kinda pirate. It's my new secret, underground business. I had to give up the sweatshop when the feds caught wind of it.”
Pirates of the Caribbean
Drabble: Sins of the Father
Will: Who are you?
Pirates of the Caribbean:
Lost in Translation
Kaitlyn: Fun always seems to lead me to trouble
Kaitlyn: Are you insinuating that I can't speak like a pirate?
Jack: I'm insinuating that there's no way, even in threat of death, that you could pass as a pirate.
Kaitlyn: That's not fair Mr. Sparrow. I'm sure if I had enough alcohol or a serious enough head injury I could talk just like you.
Jack: Aye, perhaps, though if I let somebody take a snip at me goods I could sound like you, doesn’t mean it’s about to happen
//after Jack & Kaitlyn had a bad experience on an island//
Gibbs: Is something wrong?
Gibbs: So this is the island, eh?
Jack: Of course it is
Gibbs: How can you know for sure?
Jack: I know because she knows //motions towards Kaitlyn//
Gibbs: How can you be sure that she knows?
Jack: Well, you see, she knows that she knows, so I know that she knows. Which in turn, means that she knows that I know that she knows. Which, of course, also means that I know that she knows that I know that she knows. //pauses// So now you know.”
Gibbs: //very confused// Think I'll talk to the lass
Jack: Might see if she can translate that to Spanish for you, mate
Gibbs: //gives Jack a not so nice look//
Jack: Right then, all hands to the boats.
Ana Maria: Captain?
Jack: Aye? //turns to look at her// If you've come up here to discuss the days events, you might as well just save your breath, eh? Got a whole new day ahead of us tomorrow, just begging to be filled with the promise of endless complications, complaints, complexities, conundrums, quandaries and just about every other word in the English language that starts with the bloody letter 'C' //stops to think about what he just said// With the exception of quandary, of course, which in fact, starts with a “Q”
//after Kaitlyn's monkey, steals Gibbs' flask of rum and gives it to Jack//
Jack: You know, son, the only difference between courage and stupidity, is that even stupid people can be smart enough to run away.
Dallin: Are you saying courageous people are stupid?
Jack: No, of course not. That would be insulting all of the stupid people that were smart enough to run away, now wouldn't it?
Dallin: So you would prefer your crew to be stupid than courageous
Jack: I'd rather them be alive than stupid
Dallin: But you just said...never mind
Jack: I'm going to share a little pearl of wisdom my father told me years ago. 'You can lead a horse to water but you will never get the bloody thing to swim'.”
Dallin: What does that mean?
Jack: Don't know, really. Didn't make much sense when me father said it either.