Author has written 13 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Lord of the Rings, Twilight, and Labyrinth.
Greetings people of Earth! Mae govannen!!!
I finished I Keep Looking For Something More and the prequel, What The Heart Wants. I am still posting new chapters for Born to Fly, the sequel about Legolas and Tinwe's daughter, Breigel. It is well on its way to being my longest story. I hope it is as fun to read as it is to write. I am already planning oneshot stories for when it is done.
Do take the opportunity to read some of my other Legolas stories, such as You Can't Take Me or I've Always Been Crazy. Both are now finished, so check those out. You Can't Take Me has also spawned several requests for a sequel, so eventually I do hope to work on that. Lailith, my oneshot, is also a Legolas story, as is Stealing Cinderella if you just want a short read.
I had multiple requests to continue Foxhunt, so Want for a Fox is the continuation of that storyline. It is much more detail-oriented than my other stories, so it is slow going. But I am still updating, have no fear. While it has romantic elements, it is primarily an adventure story.
I am also knee-deep in my Thranduil story, Two Sparrows in a Hurricane, which is completely different from my normal stories. It is a bit Mary-Sue (and a falling into Middle Earth story) about Thranduil's role in the War of the Last Alliance. Good stuff coming up in that. Even with the mary-sue, it is going to be very faithful to what little Tolkien wrote about the war, with a little bit of the movie tied in. Basically, it is my pet project to see how well I can write a war drama. I hope I give my readers an emotional rollercoaster on the way.
If you want a conclusion to Janie's Got a Gun, someone else will have to write it. I have too many other story ideas I like better, and I don't want to bother writing it when I don't care anymore. I do have a final chapter written if anyone wants to work on it.
As for Trials and Tribulations, I got one review, and not enough time to think about continuing it. Someday I might, but it is not going to happen in the near future.
Thanks to all my readers! You guys rock! And don't forget..
It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings