I welcome you to Celine Terranova’s website; a must read. Céline is a writer living in London, UK. Originally from Belgium, she has worked on short stories, screenplays, fanfictions, non-fiction books and fiction novels in both French and English. www.celineterranova.com
Behavioural Surgery is a flash fiction that Céline completed in February 2017. It is a thousand words long and was inspired by an article in the New Scientist magazine:
Céline spent a lot of time writing and editing this story, and sent it to several publications. It was picked up by the editing team of Flash Fiction Magazine and was published on their website on the 30th of June 2017.
Eternal Snow started in November 2006 with a short story that Céline wrote as a reply to a challenge for her old website “Le Chicaneur”. The idea was to get Hermione and Draco together in a bathroom setting. Céline played with the usual clichés of this pairing and published that short story (in French), entitled “Les bulles ne sont pas éternelles”, on Fanfiction.net:
Much to Céline’s surprise, this short story encountered a large success on the website, and many readers asked for a follow-up to it. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince had come out a couple of years prior to that and Deathly Hallows was not due for another year so she decided that if she were to write another fanfiction, it should be her own “Book 7”.
Eight years and 200’000 words later, she finally published the last chapter of Eternal Snow.
Much happened during these years and many times Céline thought that she would never manage to finish that story, but she did! The plot had extended to include many characters, not only Hermione and Draco, and Céline had gathered many devoted readers on Fanfiction.net and Archive Of Our Own. To this day, Eternal Snow remains Céline’s biggest project and she’s immensely proud to have completed it!
You can download this story (in French):
You can also read it on Fanfiction.net and AO3:
Sherlock Holmes and the Stolen Emerald is a project that Céline started when she arrived in London. She wrote the script in June 2012 and used a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to fund the film. In the next months, she recruited the crew and the cast, and the film was shot in January 2013 at the Barts Pathology Museum. It premiered at the Genesis Cinema in London on June 6th 2013.
The film was selected in several short films festivals, and was also screened in various steampunk conventions.