Author has written 31 stories for Great Mouse Detective, Lion King, Everybody Loves Raymond, Peter Pan, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Aladdin, Emperor's New Groove, Veggie Tales, Looney Tunes, Brave Little Toaster, Misc. Tv Shows, Duck Dodgers, Ace Ventura, Jurassic Park, Flushed Away, and Anastasia.
Hi! I'm Steph and I love writing stories. I have FanFictions of my own and I hope that everyone can enjoy them! I've been writing since I was a kid so it's always been my passion to write. For anyone reading any of my FanFictions, enjoy them while you can.
I am very grateful for anyone who would read, review, and/or favorite my stories. It's great to hear so many reviews! Thank you! By the way, my name is Steph. It's actually Stephanie but it's just that I'm used to being called Steph for short.
Favorites: Many movies especially Jurassic Park, The Great Mouse Detective, and The Lion King. I also like TV shows such as: Everybody Loves Raymond, Looney Tunes, and Teen Titans. I've always been a movie geek. :) It's the adventure, romance, drama, horror, comedy, and a little mystery. I've always liked Disney and Looney Tunes growing up so I know a couple of stuff about it.
I love music. It's rock music I prefer like Aerosmith, AC/DC, Guns N' Roses, and Alice Cooper. I listen to some of metal music like Ozzy Osbourne as well. And I love comedy music such as Weird Al Yankovic. And some country music like Johnny Cash and Garth Brooks.
Since I like to read books, my favorites are the Harry Potter series, the book The Shining, and The Wanderer by Sharon Creech. (I will never write Fan Fictions of Harry Potter because I know the books by heart, it's strange to me when some fans come with different ideas for them.)
For some writing tips:
Listening to music. I would recommend Weird Al for a funny scene, Ozzy Osbourne for a tense or scary scene, Johnny Cash's Hurt for a sad scene, and AC/DC for a fighting scene. (I listen to music during writing all the time).
Zodiacs and Psychology for character development. You'll learn more about their style, personality, home style, and environment. (For the zodiacs, I did a lot research on them and of psychology, it's interesting the way how you can create a character.)
A movie or book example for the outline of the story. Since there's the beginning, rising action, and ending etc., it can help you to look at movies to get the point of the plot structure. (When I wrote A Looney Prince, it helped me a lot to understand the plot structure since it was a parody of a movie.)
Read a book. If you don't read that much the grammar will be tricky to write. (I was doing the same thing that reading does help to write.)
Just for the record, the reason why I often write Lion King and Great Mouse Detective stories is because those are my two favorite Disney films! Scar is my favorite in LK and Basil is my favorite in GMD. I think Scar is interesting in LK, not just for being a murderer and usurper but also he has style and you wonder why he hates his brother so much. With Basil, I love how intelligent he is. Of course he's a parody of Sherlock Holmes but for some reason I just adore him.
The one I wrote, GMD Halloween, is a favorite of mine. It was so much fun to write since I wrote it on my favorite holiday, Halloween. I'm sure any Halloween fan would enjoy it!
For Fugitive of Regrets, listen to the song Don't Stop Believin' by Journey while you read it. I did and I will know the song for the story from now on. It's perfect for Scar's world in the story.
You might realize that I have two parodied Fan Fictions of Everybody Loves Raymond and one for the show to. You know why? I LOVE THE SHOW! Robert's my favorite in it, it's no wonder why.
For the story Scars of the Past, the character Arana is from an old story I had years ago. Since I'm in my twenties now it was during my teenage years that I wrote the story. It used to be called Africa Girl but now I got something different. It felt good to combine her and Lion King together.
With the two Mouse Detective stories, Expecting and Royalty and Clocks, and also the Lion King story, Fear, I'm very proud how those turned out.
I'm also proud of A Looney Prince since it was a fun story to work on. It was great to have Daffy Duck as the protagonist and to give him a character arc.
On the story, Here Comes the Baby, it has a reference to a book of my own: The Skull gang.
For the story, Perils in Space, I was inspired by a real murder case which would explain the brutal violence. Also, the reference of Pennywise from IT, is a nod to the voice actor, Tim Curry. He voiced Magnificent Rogue in the show.
Everybody Loves Raymond: Leah
Looney Tunes: Mother Duck, Julie Emsolve/E.J.
Great Mouse Detective: Susan Avery, Ethel the Spider, Henry Wilson, Jack and Jeffrey, Joe, Paul Yates, Thomas, and William Wilson
Hunchback of Notre Dame: Jeanette (French pronunciation)
Lion King: Beckey, Christopher, Fujo, Layla, Lee, Tambika, Tefo, and Zuri