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Genevive

Name Genevive
Location Moncton, New Brunswick
Member Since Jul 03, 2012
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I an artist, writer, and musician. I love anything that lets me be creative! My passion is historical fiction, particularly the medieval era. I play the violin and sing, and Celtic music is my musical style. I lived in Scotland for 5 months and loved it! I have plans to one day travel the world and visit a many ancient Celtic ruins as possible. 

I'm a professional writer for my day job, although I am relatively new to writing full-scale creative fiction; up until now most of my writing has been editing, blogs, articles, and whatever my clients want. But I have loves making up stories since I was a child, and used to have endless pages of stories that I wrote that I would never show to anyone. Once as a teenager I was reading a series of books and it ended on a cliffhanger- on purpose! I couldn't bear to leave the story as it was, so I wrote my own ending. :) 

My story, An Irish Flower, is my first full work of creative fiction. Or it will be full when it's completed lol :) I am excited to learn from this first project and make my next one even better!

UPDATE: I'm going to be published!! I'm working on finishing Ailsa so I can publish it online, then I'll finish my other stories and do the same. 

I'll post a few more chapters on each story, then I'll post the links to the published books at the end (don't worry, I won't delete them ;) This will really help with my writing because I'll be able to make a little money doing it; and I gotta pay the bills (bleh!) The more money I can make on my books, the more writing I'll be able to do. But I'll always start my stories here, and I'll try to not end what's here on a cliffhanger ;) So even if you don't want to buy the book, you can still get most of the story and not feel like you HAVE to buy it. I don't want to pressure or trick anyone by any means. BUT those who buy the books will get the end of the story, as well as the edited/extended versions- and you'll be helping a self-published author continue! :)

Works

Ailsa (A Medieval/Renaissance Romance)

Ailsa (A Medieval/Renaissance Romance)

12 parts / 29 pages, updated May 13, 2013PG-13
Scotland, 1503 She clutched the carefully wrapped parcel close to her chest as she climbed over the cliffs. It was all she had left of her father, an... read more
74,557 reads votes 2,061 comments 269
When Two Worlds Collide (A Medieval Romance/Adventure)

When Two Worlds Collide (A Medieval Romance/Adventure)

12 parts / 22 pages, updated Aug 06, 2012PG-13
Scotland is under English rule, and the English are taking full advantage. When William and his brother escaped the violence of the English to l... read more
14,852 reads votes 291 comments 41
An Irish Flower (Medieval Romance/Adventure Story)

An Irish Flower (Medieval Romance/Adventure Story)

20 parts / 29 pages, updated Jul 24, 2012R
Startled, she started to apologize. “My lord, I meant no harm this aftern-” He cut her off. “Be silent, woman. I need to explain some thin... read more
52,686 reads votes 1,612 comments 111
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Hi, thanks for reading. Things have been very busy, I took a second job this past summer to help cover bills. Makes it harder to have energy to...
Ailsa (A Medieval/Renaissan...

@AngelLorica Thanks! I'm working on the next one, slowly though because life has been super busy!
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@TheresaSmith3 Yes there will be more. Not sure when, but there will be. :)
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@MeritFellows Hi, yes I am finishing it. Life has been busy so it's just taking me a long time. :) It will be published when I do. I'm not sure...
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@Lullipy Thanks for reading! :)
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