Author has written 83 stories for Merlin, Game of Thrones, and Sword in the Stone.
I will do a brief bio. I live on the west coast of England in a place called The Wirral. It is a lovely area towns with plenty of countryside in between and plenty of water, which is one of my therapies whenever life gets stressful. I work in the Council and when I'm not working I do fanfics, listen to music, sketch, birdwatching and seeing my friends.
I always loved English Literature at school, books were my total obsession. I also loved writing, and was always writing stories. But when I left school I sort of left my writing behind and as a result completely forgot about how much I loved writing. That all changed when I came across a website called The Heart of Camelot. The website at the time was based around the TV show Merlin, which I totally adored. Joining that website totally changed my life (no exaggeration).
All of a sudden I discovered my love for writing again, and before long I was writing once again, mainly Merlin stories, but I have also done some Game of Thrones and The Musketeer drabbles as well. I really enjoy getting inside the heads of characters, and finding out how they tick. I also enjoy writing about lesser known characters as well, which is why you will find ones about people like Mordred, Freya, Sefa, Mithian and Sir Leon. It is always good fun thinking about a lesser known character's background, all of a sudden you have a clean slate to write from; which is great fun.
My main motivation to begin writing was after seeing the last episode of Merlin, I wasn't entirely happy about it. But instead of raging about it, I preferred to write my own version of what happened at the end of series five, hence my story A Sense of Closure. When I watched the show I did not get any closure from it, but by the time I had finished my story I was a lot more relaxed about it.
I don't rage about the end of Merlin now, and prefer to remember the good things about it, which are many. Any thing I am not happy about, there is always fan fiction. I also do graphics.
FAV TV Showshows
2 Harry Potter
3 Game of Thrones
4 The White Queen
5 Games of Thrones
7 The Tudors
My favourite show has to be Merlin. I fell in love with the show right from the first series. As someone with a life long love of the Arthurian Legend, I guess it was love at first sight. I adored the characters in the first series especially with Merlin-Gwen being among my favourites. While I love Merlin-Arthur and their relationship (no slash!) I love every bit as much the smaller characters. I really feel there are very few characters in this show I don't like writing about, I love Sefa, Mithian as much as the four core characters. I love writing about Merlin's magic and how it affects his life and friends.
Fav Merlin Ships
1 Merlin Gwen
2 Merlin Arthur
3 Merlin Mithian
4 Arthur Gwen
5 Mordred Merlin
6 Gwen Leon (AU only)
7 Merlin Lancelot
8 Morgana Morgause
9 Merlin Gaius
10 Mordred Arthur
Fav Arthurian Legend Fiction
The Crystal Cave - Mary Stewart
The Last Enchantment - Mary Stewart
The Wicked Day - Mary Stewart
The Hollow Hills - Mary Stewart
The Winter King - Bernard Cornwell
The Once and Future King - T H White
Guinevere The Legend in Autumn - Persia Woolley
The English Patient
"Nothing is set in stone" Merlin
"It's lonely to be more powerful than any man you know and to have live in the shadows." Merlin
"In life you always have a choice. Sometimes it easier to think that you don't." Gwen
"And you Uther, you will go to hell." Morgana
"Destinies they are troublesome things." Merlin
"The Future of Camelot, The future of Albion, the future of the United Kingdoms." Arthur
"He is alive, I know, I can feel it." Gwen
"He's a sorcerer." Arthur
"I can't let you die." Merlin
"If I am to die, I can think of no one who I would rather succeed me." Arthur
He's always been there at Arthur's side." Gwen
"So you're not an idiot that was another lie." Arthur
You're going to die by Mordred's hand." Morgana
If I was not to be burnt at the stake, or exploited for another man's gain." Mordred
Until then we go unmarked, in death, as in life." Mordred