Author has written 113 stories for Phantom of the Opera, Phantom of the Opera, Labyrinth, Bible, Final Fantasy: Spirits Within, Sunset Boulevard, Pirates of the Caribbean, Sky High, Love Lessons, Jacqueline Wilson, Lucas, Paradise Kiss, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Sailor Moon, Fairy Tales, Woman in White, Pride and Prejudice, Bridge to Terabithia, Yu-Gi-Oh, V for Vendetta, Halo, Vampire Hunter D, Seven, Heroes, I Am Legend, Sight, Dramacon, 3:10 to Yuma, 2007, Prince of Egypt, Black Magician Trilogy, Vampire Knight, Ouran High School Host Club, Truman Show, Last Unicorn, Wolf's Rain, 27 Dresses, Painted Veil, Spider-Man, Ashes to Ashes, Forbidden Game series, D N Angel, Troy, Sherlock, Avatar: Last Airbender, X-Men: The Movie, Alice in Wonderland, 2010, Moonlight, Vampire Diaries, Blackadder, Life on Mars, Once Upon a Time, Big Bang Theory, Firefly, Phone Booth, Lost In Austen, Simpsons, Alice, 2009, and Incredibles.
I don't really find the time to write any more, but on occasion I do have the time to type up the multiple stories that have been slowly building up over the years. All artwork used as images for stories is created by my sister.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - my favourite of all time
Phantom by Susan Kay
Little Women by Louise M.Alcott
Hitchhikers series by Douglas Adams
Forbidden Game by L J Smith
Immortals series by Tamora Pierce
Mediator series by Meg Cabot
Georgia Nickolson series by Louise Rennison
Harry Potter series by J K Rowling
Lucas by Kevin Brooks - in fact I like all his books, but Lucas is my favourite.
Masqueraders by Georgette Heyer - I like most of her books but this is my favourite
Olivia Joules by Helen Fielding
This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti - also 'Monster' by him
Sherlock Holmes books by Arthur Connan Doyle
Firebringer by David Clement Davies - and also 'the Sight' by him
Prowlers by Christopher Golden
Tithe by Holly Black - also 'Valiant'
'Dr No' by Ian Fleming - plus some of his other books
'Watership Down' by Richard Adams
'Halo: The Fall of Reach' by Eric Nylund
'The Witness' by Dee Henderson
'Garden Spells' by Sarah Addison Allen
'Silver Birches' by Adrian Plass
'Silence of the Lambs' by Thomas Harris
'Book Thief' by Markus Zusak
'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' by Larsson (and the others)
'Hunger Games trilogy' by Suzanne Collins
'Black Magician Trilogy' by Trudi Canavan
'Rivers of London' by Ben Aaronavitch
Most Agatha Christie and Terry Pratchett
"I refuse to be a shuttlecock in your game of emotional tennis"_"Shuttlecock? Isn't that Badminton?"_"Everything's got to be an arguement with you hasn't it?"- My Family (as in the TV show)
Mohinder: Hope is great. We need Caffine - 'Heroes'
There's a bus coming in ten minutes...be under it.
Elle: The Doctors said I was a deranged sociopath with paranoid delusions, but they were just out to get me because I threatened to kill them. - 'Heroes'
I don't have as much time as I need to see everything, but that is what makes it so special - Bridge to Terabithia
When a woman says nothing's wrong, it means everything is wrong, and when she says everything's wrong it means EVERYTHING is wrong and when she says something's not funny you better not laugh your ass off! - Simpsons
Lie is an ugly word. If you say fabrication it makes it sound so much prettier - Me
Remember that time I forgot how to work out 2 times 1? Then I asked you and you couldn't remember either. Then, sniggering like hell, I asked Mr Bradley. And then his face pratically turned purple as he yelled "You're in Set 1 and you don't know what two times one is?" - a friend
The Doctor: "Oh, brilliant, it's you! You're my favorite, you are, you are the best, you know why? Cause you're so thick! You're Mr. Thick Thick Thickety Thick-face from Thick-town, Thickania. And so's your dad!" - 'Doctor Who: the girl in the Fireplace'
''If things are bad then just remember this: at least you have all your limbs. And groovey hair. And a nose that isn't green and warty . And that you haven't mutated into a mermaid then had horrible experiments done on you'' - a friend
Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation, stands vivified and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin van-guarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition. The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous. Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it's my very good honor to meet you and you may call me V. - 'V for Vendetta'
"All writers are lunatics" - Fenoglio, 'Inkspell'
"Words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth." - 'V for Vendetta'
'The goldfish does not reveal the island's secret but the Sticky Bun does.' - Solitaire mystery by Jostein Gaarder
'Sanity is a playground for the unimaginative'
'Time isn't made out of lines, its made out of circles. That's why clocks are round.' - RvB
"Please don't kill me I have three friends...kill them instead" - YGO Abridged
'I don't want to be dead. I want to be alive...or a cowboy.' - RvB
You cannot kiss an idea, cannot touch it, or hold it... ideas do not bleed, they do not feel pain, they do not love... - V for Vendetta
"God is in the rain..." - V for Vendetta
‘“But the plans were on display…”_“On display? I eventually had to go down to the cellar to find them.”_“That’s the display department.”_“With a torch.”_“Ah, well the lights had probably gone.”_“So had the stairs.”_“But look, you found the notice didn’t you?”_“Yes…I did. It was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sigh on the door saying Beware of the Leopard.”’ - ‘Hitch hikers guide to the galaxy’ by Douglas Adams
"Don't worry, when we get to Camalot we'll be kissed by the world's most beautiful women."_"Yeah, we're a giant two headed lizard. We'll have to beat them off with a stick." - 'Quest for Camalot'
‘‘It is perfectly monstrous…the way people go about nowadays saying things against one behind one’s back that are absolutely and entirely true.’’ - ‘The picture of Dorian Gray’ by Oscar Wilde
'The lecture isn't over till the hamster sings'
'God sometimes does His work with gentle drizzle, not storms.' - Amazing Grace
'Stories don't always end where their authors intended. But there is joy in following them, wherever they take us.' - Miss Potter
Claire (lying on a table as Sylar examines her brain): Are you going to eat it? Sylar: Eat your brain? Claire...that's disgusting! - 'Heroes'
Reinette: Oh, this is my lover, the King of France. The Doctor: Yeah? Well I'm the Lord of Time. - 'Doctor Who: the girl in the Fireplace'
'Well I talked to her...and that was a little awkward, so I just didn't talk to her again for a while...like...about two years' - a friend
He was like Hitler...only for stock rather than killing people...no, wait that sounds weird...imagine Hitler was a stock manager...' - a friend
"Math is the real world, okay, it's everywhere, okay. Can I show you? You see how the petals spiral? The number of petals in each row is the sum of the preceding two rows, the Fibonacci Sequence. It's found in the structure of crystals and the spiral of galaxies and a nautilus shell. What's more, the ratio between each number in the sequence to the one before it is approximately 1.61803, what the Greeks call the Golden Ratio. It shows up in the pyramids of Giza and the Parthenon at Athens, the dimensions of this card. And it's based on a number we can find in a flower. Math is nature's language... its method of communicating directly with us. Everything is numbers." - Charlie Epps 'Numb3rs'
Stories of mine that you probably won't want to read
'Down Once More' - Phantom of the Opera. Written while in the midst of my Phantom obsession therefore quite a significant amount of Raoul bashing. Raoul is totally OTT and out of character. I leave this on here because, to quote the words of Joe in 'Sunset Boulevard', 'It's interesting to see how bad, bad writing can be.'
'Can't you understand?' - urg! Poetry. I suck at poetry. Phantom of the Opera.
'Forbidden Labyrinth' and 'Whats said is said' - I wouldn't bother reading them. They are both due for a rewrite but I can't be bothered so they're just going to sit here and gather dust. I really don't think I ever will rewrite them because they are pretty appalling and I know I can do better now. I have attempted to rewrite them but it was just too difficult to hack my way through the thicket so I gave up. Sorry.
'New Dreams' - Labyrinth. Based on a dream I had. Needs a rewrite.
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