jacyevans: (narnia // once and always)
I really feel like Susan Pevensie got the short end of the stick in the "Narnia" series. She's penalized for growing up by losing her entire family and everything she ever loved. Now that I'm older and understand her, I love and adore her.

where have you gone, my feather-light heart - Susan Pevensie, PG, 100 words

where have you gone, my feather-light heart )
jacyevans: (narnia // once and always)
I really feel like Susan Pevensie got the short end of the stick in the "Narnia" series. She's penalized for growing up by losing her entire family and everything she ever loved. Now that I'm older and understand her, I love and adore her.

where have you gone, my feather-light heart - Susan Pevensie, PG, 100 words

where have you gone, my feather-light heart )
jacyevans: (narnia // hesitance)
Sooooo, I wrote Narnia fic. [livejournal.com profile] kaiwynn, this is partially your fault (somehow - I don't know how, but I'm sure it is ;D), and partially Disney's fault. Never should have dropped this movie. Mothers agree, one of the worst moves you could have made.

Title: the stories we tell ourselves
Rating: PG
Characters: Susan, Peter, Lucy
Word Count: 759
Summary: “She doesn’t remember,” she hears Lucy whisper desperately behind the closed door of Peter and Edmund’s bedroom. Peter sighs, “She doesn’t want to remember.” Takes place Post Dawn Treader. Susan stops believing in Narnia - or so she wants everyone else to believe. Including herself.
A/N: For [livejournal.com profile] kaiwynn and anyone else heartbroken by the fact that Disney dumped Voyage. This is my way of shaking my fist at them. Part of the same universe as crown beneath your wings, but completely unrelated.

the stories we tell ourselves
jacyevans: (narnia // hesitance)
Sooooo, I wrote Narnia fic. [livejournal.com profile] kaiwynn, this is partially your fault (somehow - I don't know how, but I'm sure it is ;D), and partially Disney's fault. Never should have dropped this movie. Mothers agree, one of the worst moves you could have made.

Title: the stories we tell ourselves
Rating: PG
Characters: Susan, Peter, Lucy
Word Count: 759
Summary: “She doesn’t remember,” she hears Lucy whisper desperately behind the closed door of Peter and Edmund’s bedroom. Peter sighs, “She doesn’t want to remember.” Takes place Post Dawn Treader. Susan stops believing in Narnia - or so she wants everyone else to believe. Including herself.
A/N: For [livejournal.com profile] kaiwynn and anyone else heartbroken by the fact that Disney dumped Voyage. This is my way of shaking my fist at them. Part of the same universe as crown beneath your wings, but completely unrelated.

the stories we tell ourselves
jacyevans: (narnia // once and always)
I am both really proud and REALLLLLY nervous about this fic. [livejournal.com profile] choosetodream rocks my socks hardcore for her awesome beta <333

Anyone have any ideas where I can link to it? I'm not really a member of any Narnia communities :-/

*bites nails*

Title: with your crown beneath your wings
Character: Susan
Word Count: 2,077
Rating: PG
Summary: Susan never stopped believing in Narnia. But sometimes, it hurts less to look forward than behind.
A/N: This is an idea that popped into my head after seeing Prince Caspian and thinking about The Last Battle, and how she would deal with the future after her family's death. I really wanted to give Susan some sort of ending since she never really got one in the books, and that's always bothered me. Title taken from "Where" by Lisbeth Scott. Thank you to [livejournal.com profile] choosetodream for the beta <333

where have you gone my feather light heart?
jacyevans: (narnia // once and always)
I am both really proud and REALLLLLY nervous about this fic. [livejournal.com profile] choosetodream rocks my socks hardcore for her awesome beta <333

Anyone have any ideas where I can link to it? I'm not really a member of any Narnia communities :-/

*bites nails*

Title: with your crown beneath your wings
Character: Susan
Word Count: 2,077
Rating: PG
Summary: Susan never stopped believing in Narnia. But sometimes, it hurts less to look forward than behind.
A/N: This is an idea that popped into my head after seeing Prince Caspian and thinking about The Last Battle, and how she would deal with the future after her family's death. I really wanted to give Susan some sort of ending since she never really got one in the books, and that's always bothered me. Title taken from "Where" by Lisbeth Scott. Thank you to [livejournal.com profile] choosetodream for the beta <333

where have you gone my feather light heart?
jacyevans: (narnia // hesitance)
After seeing "Prince Caspian," I now have the urge to write Narnia fic. I have the plot idea in my head, I just need the answer to a question (or two) before I can write it, if anyone on my f-list could maybe assist?

Question about The Last Battle, in particular )
jacyevans: (narnia // hesitance)
After seeing "Prince Caspian," I now have the urge to write Narnia fic. I have the plot idea in my head, I just need the answer to a question (or two) before I can write it, if anyone on my f-list could maybe assist?

Question about The Last Battle, in particular )
jacyevans: (narnia // return)
PRINCE CASPIAN TRAILER AND OMG IT LOOKS JUST AS AWESOME AS THE FIRST ONE AND I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR BECAUSE NARNIA OMG YAY! SQUEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

*goes off to download and then watch again*

Also: NINE DAYS UNTIL [livejournal.com profile] deadduck008 AND [livejournal.com profile] anythingbutgrey COME TO NY. YAYNESS!

ETA: There is a reason I am all squee-ful about this movie. These books defined my childhood. And on top of that, I thought The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe movie was done AMAZINGLY well. I was dumbstruck by the end of it the first time I saw it. It definitely outdid Goblet of Fire that year, IMHO.
jacyevans: (narnia // return)
PRINCE CASPIAN TRAILER AND OMG IT LOOKS JUST AS AWESOME AS THE FIRST ONE AND I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR BECAUSE NARNIA OMG YAY! SQUEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

*goes off to download and then watch again*

Also: NINE DAYS UNTIL [livejournal.com profile] deadduck008 AND [livejournal.com profile] anythingbutgrey COME TO NY. YAYNESS!

ETA: There is a reason I am all squee-ful about this movie. These books defined my childhood. And on top of that, I thought The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe movie was done AMAZINGLY well. I was dumbstruck by the end of it the first time I saw it. It definitely outdid Goblet of Fire that year, IMHO.
jacyevans: (on the move...)
As reported via Narnia Web...

"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe has topped Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire to become the 24th highest-grossing (domestic) film ever released in the US. As of Sunday, March 19th Narnia has made $289,847,008 compared to HP’s $289,710,552."

As much as I am a Potter fan... HELLS YEAH! CONGRATS NARNIA! :D

Real update to come. Now, its off to study. Yay?
jacyevans: (on the move...)
As reported via Narnia Web...

"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe has topped Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire to become the 24th highest-grossing (domestic) film ever released in the US. As of Sunday, March 19th Narnia has made $289,847,008 compared to HP’s $289,710,552."

As much as I am a Potter fan... HELLS YEAH! CONGRATS NARNIA! :D

Real update to come. Now, its off to study. Yay?
jacyevans: (destiny awaits // narnia)
OMG! OMG! "Prince Caspian" has been given the greenlight! 2007! EEEEE!

Andrew Adamson is set to return to the director’s chair, having just inked a deal to helm "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian." Adamson also will serve as a producer and co-writer, collaborating with returning scribes Christopher Markus and Steve McFeeley. The principal cast is coming back, as is producer Mark Johnson.

*bounces* YESSSSS!!

---

I have, quite literally, been dreaming about getting ready to go or going back to Costa Rica for, at least, the past five nights in a row. This is interspersed between dreams of kissing boys that I shouldn't be dreaming of kissing, and dreams of something involving Wendy from "Peter Pan".

Yes, my subconscious is a weird and scary place. Yes, I've accepted it.

And now it's off to sleep, perchance to dream... Night all!
jacyevans: (destiny awaits // narnia)
OMG! OMG! "Prince Caspian" has been given the greenlight! 2007! EEEEE!

Andrew Adamson is set to return to the director’s chair, having just inked a deal to helm "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian." Adamson also will serve as a producer and co-writer, collaborating with returning scribes Christopher Markus and Steve McFeeley. The principal cast is coming back, as is producer Mark Johnson.

*bounces* YESSSSS!!

---

I have, quite literally, been dreaming about getting ready to go or going back to Costa Rica for, at least, the past five nights in a row. This is interspersed between dreams of kissing boys that I shouldn't be dreaming of kissing, and dreams of something involving Wendy from "Peter Pan".

Yes, my subconscious is a weird and scary place. Yes, I've accepted it.

And now it's off to sleep, perchance to dream... Night all!

Narnia!!

Dec. 7th, 2005 09:09 pm
jacyevans: (lucy through the wardrobe)
So, tomorrow at 10:15PM I will be ditching leaving work to go and see the midnight showing of Narnia. Why 10:15 you ask? Because I want middle row center seats. I am going to ring in my birthday with Narnia. Yesss.

[livejournal.com profile] tarie linked to the 10 minute trailer, and although I've watched it already at least 3 times, I decided to again.

I still cried, damnit. DURING THE TRAILER. I feel like such an ass o_O I pity whoever is sitting next to me during the movie :-P I have no idea why I cried, naturally. It could have been the music (which, if its not from the soundtrack to the movie, someone HAS to tell me what its from, because its gorgeous) I think its just because this story is so dear to me. It was the first "novel length" book I picked up when I was younger. I think I was something like 7 years old, and I read it because I had just seen the BBC special on PBS and wanted to prove to my Mom that I could read it on my own.

And I did. Twice, and then some. I spent the entire three weeks I had it out of the library reading it as many times as I could and... I loved it, even more than the tv movie. I read the other 6 as soon as I could get to the library, but this one will ALWAYS mean something to me. It was the first fantasy I ever read, and I've been hooked ever since. When I finally got the books from a friend a few years ago for my birthday, I was bouncing off the walls for the rest of the day. I would still LOVE to get my hands on a first edition set, but that will have to wait.

For now, I am going to finish re-reading the book tomorrow at work, and then head out to see this movie. And from what I've seen in the trailers, it looks sure to NOT disappoint.

This is one of the best birthday presents I could have hoped for :D

Narnia!!

Dec. 7th, 2005 09:09 pm
jacyevans: (lucy through the wardrobe)
So, tomorrow at 10:15PM I will be ditching leaving work to go and see the midnight showing of Narnia. Why 10:15 you ask? Because I want middle row center seats. I am going to ring in my birthday with Narnia. Yesss.

[livejournal.com profile] tarie linked to the 10 minute trailer, and although I've watched it already at least 3 times, I decided to again.

I still cried, damnit. DURING THE TRAILER. I feel like such an ass o_O I pity whoever is sitting next to me during the movie :-P I have no idea why I cried, naturally. It could have been the music (which, if its not from the soundtrack to the movie, someone HAS to tell me what its from, because its gorgeous) I think its just because this story is so dear to me. It was the first "novel length" book I picked up when I was younger. I think I was something like 7 years old, and I read it because I had just seen the BBC special on PBS and wanted to prove to my Mom that I could read it on my own.

And I did. Twice, and then some. I spent the entire three weeks I had it out of the library reading it as many times as I could and... I loved it, even more than the tv movie. I read the other 6 as soon as I could get to the library, but this one will ALWAYS mean something to me. It was the first fantasy I ever read, and I've been hooked ever since. When I finally got the books from a friend a few years ago for my birthday, I was bouncing off the walls for the rest of the day. I would still LOVE to get my hands on a first edition set, but that will have to wait.

For now, I am going to finish re-reading the book tomorrow at work, and then head out to see this movie. And from what I've seen in the trailers, it looks sure to NOT disappoint.

This is one of the best birthday presents I could have hoped for :D

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