The Author

+JMJ+

Hello my name is Emily
I am a nineteen year old Catholic Author, choirling, artist, teacher's aide, from a large country family.

I am a Traditional Latin Mass Catholic. 

I love writing stories. Mostly fantasy stories that take place in my flip side world. I have started writing stories that take place on other worlds now. My Flipside world has enough stories to about to make a history book, now.  I have started making up new worlds. I have also written a couple of Historical fiction, most of which need more research. I mostly write for fun, so that I can practice enough to be able to write a really good novel some day. I have finished the first draft of a ton of books, ninety-something last I checked.

My Sky and Companions books are my longest series so far. I am currently on book thirteen.

My Adventures of a Pirate Series is the series I started writing four years ago, when I actually took a program called One Year Adventure Novel, to get better at writing. I am currently on book three. Unfortunately Ben is only a little closer to finding his family then he was in book one. He didn't get much wiser either.

I am not a FAN of Frozen. In fact I really despise the story. I like it less each time I see it. I'm not a big Disney fan. I can rant about Beauty and the Beast for a long time. But I did write a fanfiction sequel, called Burnt, for a friend. It was a lot of fun to write. It was mostly about Rowana (Hans' little sister) and Evan (Elsa and Ana's brother, who has Fire powers).

I'm not a big FAN of Superheroes either. Well not superhero movies anyway. But I enjoy writing about Justice Heroes (my version of Superheroes) who don't like to  be called Superheroes and aren't serious at all.

I love fantasy series like the "Ranger's Apprentice," so I write a lot about Rangers. The Ranger's Bow books aren't really based off of Ranger's Apprentice, but they still have a lot of main character Rangers in it.

I think the Ranger's Apprentice spinoff series Brotherband Chronicles is better then Ranger's Apprentice. Dragonbrothers Chronicles is my own version of Brotherband, written for my sister.

I love fairy tale retellings. I know, I'm weird. I have written several different Retellings. The Prince Charming Diaries are my favorite. I have One for the beast, frog prince, Sleeping Beauty's prince, Rapunzel's prince, Cinderella's prince and Snow White's prince.

I am a fan of the villain turning out to not be the villain and it was someone else all along. Actually I did this the first time because in the Sword of Light, Emiline's father was the villain, but I decided there had to be some happy reunion at the end, so I turned her fiance into the villain and made the dad the victim of a plot.

I really like Pirates. I find the 18th Century the most interesting time period. They had such awesome ships, and cutlass. Not to mention the hats. I love the hats.

We must not forget Lord of the Rings. I love Lord of the Rings. This is not a Lord of the Rings painting, but I actually used a Turial and another elf action figure to draw then paint this couple. They are supposed to be Luthia and Dalin from my second longest series "Misgard." It's a pre-OYAN series so it probably will never get finished.

I'm a FAN of Pride and Prejudice, so I have my Regancy Period three part book about Miss Isabella Dalton and Mr. Lawrence Shelby. Mr. Shelby is so awkward.

Everyone likes Narnia, right? I actually used the DVD case for Prince Caspian to draw this picture. The drawing is a remake for the cover of second book in "Adventures of a Pirate" series.

The longest book I ever wrote was the "Sword of Camelot" I just finished book three. This is one my favorite books. I detest the original "King Arthur" story. It's got a lot of inappropriate things in it. So this is my own version of King Arthur. Sir Lancelot and Guinevere are siblings in here. I don't want anyone getting wrong ideas about any of my characters.
For Christmas my brother Frodo had this book self-published so now I have a bunch of real book versions. Of course it's the unedited version though.

Farm Livin' is the Life for me! Keep Manhattan, just give me that Countryside! ~Green Acres Lyrics. Living in the country on a farm is awesome. Although I prefer watching someone else take care of the animals.

I just had a book sent into a self-publishing company. I will have more on that later.

Having a big family is awesome. I have six brothers and five sisters. That makes a nice even dozen. :D

I am no longer a fan of Dr. Who, I seriously will rant about that for a long time! We didn't even watch the last episode, and I doubt we'll be watching any more of it. But I still like the TARDIS.



~E

16 comments:

  1. The 18th century is me favorite time period too! With its ships, costumes, books, wars, pioneers, victorians, courtesies, and customs. Yes, yes, the 18th century was the best!!!

    P.S
    Is there any way you can send me some of the other books you have written? Maybe by email?

    God bless ~A

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    1. Ships, costumes, books, wars (if they happened before my time) pioneers and Victorians are awesome! So much fun stuff! :D

      Of course! I would love to send you more. I'll email the list of ones that I have finished/started and you can chose.

      Warning: It's a long list.

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  2. What is your favorite book you wrote?

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    1. That's a tough question. I have lots of favorites. Some didn't turn out as good as I hoped though.
      So I think my favorite would either be:
      The Sword of Camelot or The Black Horizon.

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    2. Black Horizon!

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  3. I say Black Horizon is the best!

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  4. I just discovered this page and I love it :) It's such a mish-mash!
    -Liz

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    1. Thank you. I need to update it now that I have a Camelot cover.

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  5. I read Black Horizon(I have no idea what Sword of Camelot is about

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    1. Well, I just added something about it to my post. But it's basically a very loose retelling of King Arthur. The similarities are the names, the sword in the stone, and Arthur being the only that can pull the sword out, whenever it's stuck in the ground or in a rock.

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  6. I'm not a big fan of King Arthur(no offense) "Hey guys you can't pull out this sword, but I can" (I bet your book is not like that) :D
    Sorry, Just joking

    ~P. P.

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    1. Hey I don't like the original King Arthur either. But I like my version, which doesn't have much to do with the original. The sword in my book could only be pulled out by the true king. (I guess that was the same as the original) But only one other person tried in my book. He was the usurper.

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    2. How many books did you star

      ~P. P.

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