Author has written 5 stories for Phantom of the Opera, Labyrinth, and King Arthur.
Age: 19 years old.
Address: Let’s just say the United States of America, shall we?
1) The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux
2) Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
3) The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy
4) The Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkein
5) The Harry Potter Series by J.R. Rowling
6) Anything by Jane Austen
7) Anything by Vincent Bugliosi
1) Anything by William Shakespeare
2) Anything by George Bernard Shaw
3) Anything by Tennessee Williams
4) Medea by Euripides
5) Our Town by Thornton Wilder
1) The Phantom of the Opera
2) Les Miserables
3) Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
4) The Music Man
5) My Fair Lady
6) The Scarlet Pimpernel
8) Into the Woods
9) West Side Story
10) Guys and Dolls
11) Disney Animated Musicals
1) The Beauty and the Beast
2) Cupid and Psyche
3) Hades and Persephone
4) Echo and Narcissus
5) Pygmalion and Galatea
1) The Phantom of the Opera
2) Star Wars
3) Lord of the Rings
4) Harry Potter
6) V for Vendetta
7) Monty Python and the Holy Grail
8) The Pirates of the Caribbean
9) The Pink Panther series
The top five countries I would like to visit (in alphabetical order):
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My Completed fics:
The Music Man is sort of a parody of The Phantom of the Opera, but not really. My Creative Writing teacher wanted us to write a story about our very own superheroes, so I decided to make Erik a superhero. Oh, yes. I went there.
Guilty Love is a one-shot inspired by my reading of Le Morte D’Arthur by Sir Thomas Mallory. There was only one knight I was really all that impressed with. This is about a girl and her ill-fated love for him. Doesn’t exactly belong in the King Arthur movie category, but, hey, they are related.
My In-progress fics:
Dreams of Tenderness (formerly Completed) is about to undergo a re-haul. I plan to start adding and editing content. I also hope to write an alternative ending. My rough draft for the story was severely derailed, but I think a few people might like to know how it was originally supposed to end. I certainly have a soft spot for the original ending. It’s a lot more dramatic, but, in the end, I decided that Erik had been through enough without this stuff happening to him. I may add a brief description of these events to the end of the story.
Dreams of Tenderness Drabbles continues the story of Erik and Danielle. These are just a few really short pieces about their life together (Listed as complete, but may change due to changes in Dreams of Tenderness.
No One Could Blame You starts ten years after Labyrinth. Sarah has moved on, and now that she is an adult, the Underground is ready to take her back in the form of Nabila, Queen of the Elves, who is looking for a successor.
June 1, 2008: I have finished my first year of college, which means I have a lot more free time than I did for several months. However, I have a summer job, so once I get home everyday, I may not have much motivation to write. I've decided to leave my Labyrinth fic as In-progress for now because, although I've posted the last chapter, I may decided to go back and work a little more on it, just as I am attempting to work some more on Dreams of Tenderness. I also have several ideas sworling around my head for other stories, but I haven't decided what to do next. I'll try to write a chapter or two for the ones I'm most interested in, and then decide what to focus on.