Penname: menfreya [Contact] Real name: Josie A. Okuly
Member Since: 15/01/06
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Ever since I was a small child, I’ve had my nose stuck in a book. Nothing in my childhood world compared to a visit to the library, since I yearned to spend every waking moment exploring the treasured books that lined the shelves.

I began writing stories and poems when I received my first diary at the age of nine. Through the years I’ve filled many journals with scribbles, drawings and observations. In college I studied history and archaeology as I pursued my dream of becoming an explorer of lost civilizations. I didn’t become the next Indiana Jones, but I never lost my love of writing.

These days, I’m a wife, mother, substitute teacher, and writer. I share my busy life with my husband Rick, my son Sean, and our cat Frodo.

My work has appeared in the Adirondack Review, Adoption Week, Anotherealm, Cold Glass Magazine, E Street Journal, Long Story Short, Millennium Shift, Nuvein Magazine, Tapestry, and The Harrow.

Read about my day-to-day life at my journal:

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Stories by menfreya
Summary: I read this interview with Sean Bean from the Los Angeles Times and in it he mentions Sophie Marceau, his Anna Karenina co-star: This snippet caught my attention: He slathers over the memory of Sophie Marceau, his costar in his first shot at international leading-man status in "Anna Karenina." "Well, I couldn't, could I? She'd had a baby. She was married." Those few lines fired my imagination!!!! I decided to write a story where Sean and Sophie have their romantic happily ever after. Don't know if I'm supposed to put some disclaimer on this or not. The story is just a fantasy and a work of fiction. I know absolutely nothing about Sophie Marceau's husband or family, so I just made up that part!
Categories: Actor Fics
Characters: Sean Bean
Genres: Romance
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 9251 Read Count: 1237
[Report This] Published: 15/01/06 Updated: 15/01/06