|Quills and Inkwells|
Author has written 14 stories for Harry Potter, Chronicles of Narnia, A Midsummer's Night Dream, and Doctor Who.
I'm Abi, and I'm just a writer doing this for fun, like everyone else.
Some info about me and my fandoms:
I'm a proud Ravenclaw
My ships are pretty much anything canon
My OTP's are Jily and Percabeth
Now, for my stories.
Letting The Light Shine Through is a WIP. It's currently in progress.
The Strange Ones is a multi-ficlet about the "slip-ups" of the Pevensie children after Narnia. I update this when the muse hits.
And They Are Known As is a series of free-verse poetry that covers the names of the Pevensies. It is completed.
Not Children Anymore is an up-and-coming WIP. I will reveal the plotline at a later time as it is to be a surprise.
What Came After is a series of free-verse poetry based off of the Next-Generation children. This series is completed.
Make Way and Start the Revolution is a WIP that has yet to be posted. It should be relatively lengthy.
Falling In Love With Your Best Friend (Or Something Like It) is based off of a roleplay that I was doing. This one will be between 15-20 chapters.
Starlight, Losing, and Paper Hearts And Flower Petals are all oneshots.
Not Supposed To Happen and Like That are stand-alone free-verse poems.
In regards to the appearances of the Pevensies and others...
I write the Pevensies and Caspian as based upon the actors from the Disney/Walden Media films. It is nothing against the canon of course, but I tend to write with a mix of book and movie-verse, so basing the appearences off of the actors simplifies things for me.
My other controversial things...
In Letting The Light Shine Through, there is a touch of Susan/Caspian referred to by Peter. This is the touch of movie-verse that is aforementioned, and nothing more will come of it other than possibly being reffered to in passing.
On a more serious note...
I don't write or read slash/incest. I believe that certain Christian writers *cough*C.S. Lewis*cough* would be ashamed of the way their lovely characters have been slandered, as they are written as God-Fearing men and women. Clearly, what I stated firstly goes against that. I have to say, I definitely write from a Christian Worldview. It's what I believe and stand for.
All works that I post on this website are not my own and belong to the author that they were published under. I am merely playing in said writer's sandbox
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