Author has written 4 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean.
UPDATE August 4, 2014
I'm back! Posted a chapter today and I'll have at least one more up later this week. And I finally put the movie trailer from 2008 in another spot online so you can see it! It is here now: http://*tinyurl.com/*pbexsm6 (take out all the * in that URL--I put them in there so FF.net will display it).
UPDATE December 20, 2012
But I've thought about the story a lot, and the occasional reviews it's still getting have served to make me feel continually guilty about it. Right now I'm back on it, and I hope to have a new chapter ready and posted before Christmas 2012.
UPDATE April 22, 2009
I'm still working on "So Much To Learn". There's still a LOT more that Jack and Lizzie need to learn before this story will end! But I've also been really, really busy so I haven't had time to proof and post anything for the past month. I'll be able to get back to it after this weekend is over--watch for a new chapter before the end of April!
UPDATE March 5, 2009
I'm back to work on "So Much To Learn", and cruising right along (knock on wood). Much love to Rosalinna for posting a link to it on her Sparrabeth Live Journal site. The story hit counter is smoking, and I'm loving it!
But I haven't heard anything from any of the new readers. I'm dyin' to see some new reviews over here--anybody?
UPDATE January 12, 2008
(NOTE--YouTube took this video down a while ago. I'm leaving this up here until I figure out someplace to host it that won't take it down right away. If you know of a free video hosting site that won't nuke things containing Disney movie clips, please let me know!)
You simply MUST go watch the incredible movie trailer that SavvySparrowLuv created for "So Much To Learn".
(That’s www (DOT) youtube (DOT) com/watch?v=vd3bFSJC5ms just in case ff.net yanks out the complete link above.)
Not that anybody reads this stuff, but here's me:
Born: 1959 (you figure it out--this is easier than having to update my age every year!).
About me: I'm old. I remember when having 9 TV channels on your black and white television was a big deal. If you could manage to get the antenna to pick up the other 4 channels, you were living large. No remote controls either, you had to walk across the room to change the channel. Kept us kids skinny, changing channels for our dads. I remember vinyl records that skipped and scratched. God help me, I remember 8-track tapes. I remember what life was like before there was the internet, home computers, CD players, video recorders or DVDs. So that makes me a history expert, right? :) How ever did we survive back then?
But I've always loved science, and I've always loved learning. Even before microchips took over the world I was a geek, long before being a geek was considered 'cool'.
Now: I've been married since 1985, which is longer than I would guess most of the users on this board have been alive. ;') Household members include the original 1985 model spouse (also a geek, only he gets paid for it), and the pets who actually run the house. The critters are kind enough to allow us humans to live here too, as long as we bring home decent food from time to time.
What I like: Farscape, Pirates of the Caribbean, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, well-written fanfics featuring those universes, and anything humorous that I trip across while searching out good stories in those subjects. And I LOVE the Protectors of the Plot Continuum. Google it.
What I'd like to see: Ben Browder, Johnny Depp and James Marsters, all shirtless, please (put those three together in one place and I could die a very happy woman.)
What I don't like: (soapbox mode on) Poor spellers who don't bother to use a spell checker, people who use text message abbreviations (ie., "CU L8TR") in publicly posted fanfics, stories written on sugar highs, self-insert characters, and MarySues. If you go to the trouble of writing something and posting it online so other people can read it, MAKE IT READABLE!! If you don't know what a self-insert fanfic or a MarySue is, Google it. You owe it to your potential readers to find out and avoid these things at all cost.(soapbox mode off)
What's with the stupid screen name?
A NOTE TO MY READERS: If you like my stories, please feel free to tell your friends on other forums, blogs, etc. about them. And if you mention me on a PotC forum, drop me a PM telling me where! I might like to check it out sometime.
Like most of the writers out here, I adore getting reviews. I also welcome constructive criticism, and I'm addicted to watching the numbers on my story hit counters climb. The more hits they get, the happier I am! Thanks to all who drop by my little fantasy corner of the 'net.