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Joined 11-16-14, id: 6285908, Profile Updated: 06-07-15
Author has written 2 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, and Lord of the Rings.

Well hello there.

I can write fanfiction any day of the week, but for some reason my profiles and bios always make me appear illiterate and odd. I apologize in advance.

I really only created this account to write one chapter: "Ten Years Later" from Under the Sail of the Flying Dutchman (previously Under the Sail of the Black Pearl). The story: Kati and I decided to pull an all-nighter. We burned through three hours watching one of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, "At World's End." At about midnight, when the movie finished, I stared blankly at the screen, rhythmically chanting, "Will and Elizabeth have to have a happy ending," until my brother came in and told me to shut up and go write an ending I liked so he could get some sleep.

So that's what I did.

Kati and I returned to the safety of my relatively soundproof bedroom to cry and rewrite the ending in peace. By this time, about one in the morning, I couldn't think of anything, so instead Kati convinced me to write the scene from when they next saw each other (which I did with great fervor). Meanwhile, Kati, the brilliant artist that she is, began drawing the cover art for that which would become my obsession: Will and Elizabeth fanfiction.

Kati read my scene (note: at 3:30 in the morning) and convinced me to publish it somewhere. Her words: "I like it. Put it somewhere that other people can like it." So I did, and ArinJayFinde was born. Kati, upon completing her Wilizabeth drawing, sent it to me with the caption, "HERE." By 4:30, the lights were off and the door was closed. Kati and I, respectively on the bottom and top bunks of my bed, whispered ideas for further stories back and forth. As our exhaustion increased, our ideas became more and more delirious. I distinctly remember asking Kati if I should kill Jack because he discovers a secret rum lair guarded by vicious platypus. We dozed off by 5:00.

Now here I am, weeks later, completely ensconced in the world of fanfiction. I do fanfiction like some teenagers do drugs: voraciously and ubiquitously. I hope someone else out there can inspire me to get into physical fitness or my schoolwork with the same passion I have for fictional characters. I've been caught scribbling lines I like onto my arm to remember for when I get onto my laptop. I spend valuable classtime dreaming about how Jack survives a second Kraken attack and what other stories would make good crossovers with POTC. And every so often, I copy-and-paste two pages of writing into a message to Kati at one in the morning, just so she knows what she's done to me.

Thanks, Kati.

Anyway, I hope you like my writing. If you have any ideas as to what I should write about next, PLEASE SHARE THEM. And critique. Suggestions. I'm open to anything, really. Here's an award for you if you actually read my whole profile (*)#1



My dedications are all to Kati, because it's her fault anyway.

All of the artwork I use as cover photos is drawn by Kati.

All of the authors/producers/directors I take my characters from, because I could not start a story to save my life.

(P.S. A large percentage of writers don't know the difference between "your" and "you're". If you're one of the ones who does know, and fight the urge to slap those who don't, copy and paste this into your profile)

(P.P.S. The profile I copied the above "P.S." from used the word "percent" instead of "percentage," which is also a grammatical error, as well as using "fights" instead of "fight," which is pronoun antecedent disagreement and also erroneous)

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The Aemorniel and the Dutchman reviews
Once Bilbo and Frodo embark upon their eternal adventure, they meet up with some old friends and some new, unexpected company in the form of a black ship captained by Legolas's twin. Just kidding. The two crews begin a search for adventure and immortality, taking them through two worlds and two points of view.
Crossover - Lord of the Rings & Pirates of the Caribbean - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,304 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 10 - Updated: 3/29/2015 - Published: 1/28/2015
Under the Sail of the Flying Dutchman reviews
Tying up loose ends on the deck of the Pearl. After Elizabeth and Will are permanently reunited, they head off until the unknown to save the soul of Davy Jones and return him to Calypso. Starts out as a prelude to my crossover, The Aemorniel and the Dutchman, and once that story picks up, this one becomes just Wilizabeth and internal Dutchman affairs.
Pirates of the Caribbean - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 9 - Words: 3,983 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 3/29/2015 - Published: 11/16/2014