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Title: Schrödinger’s Cradle
Genre: Sci-Fi
Rating: G
Summary: "We're Cats in Schrödinger's Cradle, and we rewrite history."
Notes: Brief introductory piece for an idea I'm working on. I'm going to develop it more so that the link between time travel and Schrödinger's Cat becomes apparent (as well as having a story, obviously) but for now it's just this short intro-drabble-teaser-thing.

Schrödinger’s Cradle )
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And this is it. This is the last I wrote of this in May 2007. Shame really, because I think if I'd kept working at it by now it would be pretty good. Maybe I'll try and develop this idea more in future.

Title: On The Tides Of History
Genre: Action/Pseudo-Historical
Rating: PG-13
Summary: In the early twentieth century, a small group of special operatives with arcane knowledge about time and space are trying to hold back the forces which threaten to plunge the world - and the entire universe - into war.

On The Tides Of History - Chapter Three )
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I'm sort of wishing I'd written more of this now back when I was into it, because it's actually half decent. Anyway, here's chapter three.

Title: On The Tides Of History
Genre: Action/Pseudo-Historical
Rating: PG-13
Summary: In the early twentieth century, a small group of special operatives with arcane knowledge about time and space are trying to hold back the forces which threaten to plunge the world - and the entire universe - into war.

On The Tides Of History - Chapter Two )

Haha, it looks like I'm ripping off The Assassination Bureau Ltd. as well! Well, even if the concept of my writing makes no sense, I've taken many liberties with the historical facts and my characters don't really seem to fit with the setting, at least I know I had good taste in movies at the age of thirteen!
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Haha! I have a Mary-Sue, weird rip-offs of the Da Vinci Code and dozens of historical and cultural inaccuracies, but never mind. I quite like seeing how my writing has grown since I wrote this.

Title: On The Tides Of History
Genre: Action/Pseudo-Historical
Rating: PG-13
Summary: In the early twentieth century, a small group of special operatives with arcane knowledge about time and space are trying to hold back the forces which threaten to plunge the world - and the entire universe - into war.

On The Tides Of History - Chapter One )
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I can't believe I rediscovered this story on my computer! The file properties window says it was created in May 2007, meaning I wrote it when I was thirteen. Wow. Normally I try and bury the kind of stuff I wrote when I was that age, but I was just so pleased to have found this that I just had to post it! It's really one of the better things I was writing back in 2007. No truly awful Sues or self-inserts that I can make out yet, at any rate. I remember I worked really hard on this for quite a few weeks, and then for some reason I just stopped. Which is a shame, because I actually think if I'd continued with it over the past few years it would be really good by now. I've forgotten what I had in mind when I started it now though, so I'd probably struggle to continue with it if I wanted to. Anyway, here's the little bit of it I wrote way back when. I hope it's entertaining, despite its many flaws.

Title: On The Tides Of History
Genre: Action/Pseudo-Historical
Rating: PG-13
Summary: In the early twentieth century, a small group of special operatives with arcane knowledge about time and space are trying to hold back the forces which threaten to plunge the world - and the entire universe - into war.
Notes: Ok, I accept that some of the characters are cliched and out of place, the concept behind the story is rather confusing (which I think may be down to the influence of Sandy Pearlman), there are glaring historical and cultural innacuracies which could only possibly be excused by claiming this is set in a parallel universe, and so many other things that are wrong with it. But I don't think it's atrocious beyond redemption. I think there are a lot of good things about it, and I'm quite proud of it as one of my early attempts at writing. I just wish I taken time to develop it more and given it the improvement I think it actually deserves.

On The Tides Of History - Prologue )

*Groan* Some of the dialogue in this is terrible! And there are instances of horribly purple prose. But still, most of the writing is actually better than what I remember most of my efforts at thirteen being. I actually quite like this.
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Ah, I'm now remembering what inspired me to write that fic. It was the song "Acoustic Song" by Bruce Dickinson, and this piece of fanart by MegSuccubusFilth (click on the picture to see some more of her work):



I took the song lyrics out when I entered it for the writing competition, but it was originally a songfic. Even if the writing itself is only at the standard of a fourteen year old and needs a lot of work, it still brings back memories of a beautiful song and I think I did manage to capture the feeling of the song and the painting when I wrote it. That's why, despite its flaws, I'm proud of it.

Even though I posted the non-songfic version, I wanted to show how it worked with the lyrics, so here's the original.

When You Awake (Songfic Version) )

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I've been going through some of my completed drabbles and ficlets on FictionPress, and despite how nervous I was about sharing this one at first I'm now quite proud of it. This is an original ficlet I wrote quite a while ago - when I was fourteen I think, and compared to the other stuff I was writing and that age this one is rather good. Initially, I was a bit shy about sharing it with everyone because I thought it might be a bit too 'smushy', but last year I got up the courage to enter it into Take A Break magazine's Young Fiction Writer of the Year Contest. It didn't win, but it got credited for a special mention, and since I'm quite pleased with it I thought I'd archive it here.

Title: When You Awake
Genre: Fantasy/Romance
Rating: G
Summary: Two lovers have one day left together, before one of them must return to reality…
Notes: I wrote this long before I'd even heard of Twilight.

When You Awake )
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Before you start reading, just a forewarning that I think I'm most likely to abandon this. The original draft for this was done when I was fifteen, and although when I found it on my computer I did originally decide I would try rewriting and improving it, I'm now not sure I like it enough. I think the basic concept is interesting, but I'm just not very keen on the story or how I wrote it. I've managed to work on doing two chapters of it, but I'm not sure I'll continue this particular story any further. It has however given me an idea for a fanfiction story that I will work on, and I will probably consider doing another story based on a similar concept, but this fic probably isn't going to go anywhere. If you don't like unfinished stories, it's probably best that you don't read it.

Title: A Glitch In The System
Genre: Sci-Fi/Action
Rating: T because I don't know where this is going to go, but there's already quite a lot of strong language in it.
Summary: Elias Belman is the captain of an elite unit working for the Temporal Regulation Bureau. Dominie Nova is an amnesiac star voyager. She's also one of Belman's agents, and infuriating though she may be, she has certain abilities that make her incredibly useful to him.

A Glitch In The System )

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