Author has written 9 stories for Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew, Chronicles of Narnia, Battlestar Galactica: 2003, and Sandman.
Well, I suppose I should put something here.
I've been writing fanfic for a long time, and I am going to slowly be transferring over old, complete stories as I also add new ones. I've used various pen names online over the years, which are:
chaos_pockets (or chaos pockets)
mirkat (or the mirkat)
K. M. Petravich
And, obviously, fireandarose, and variations thereof.
I write in a variety of fandoms, and quite frankly I'm sure I'm missing some in the following list:
Chronicles of Narnia
Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew
Batman (Comics, Including Related Comics)
Doctor Who (New Series)
Battlestar Galactica (New)
I have my own fanfic site (Postcards from the Subconscious) which I am also slowly adding all of my old fanfic to. If you for some reason want to read more that I don't have up yet, you can find it under both tags and memories at my livejournal, linked to in my profile.
I love many pairings. Lucy/Caspian and Frank/Nancy are my childhood ones and dear to my heart. I find the thought of the Susan/Caspian from the movie very disturbing, and it's one reason I refuse to see the movie. There are very dangerous implications in the fact that Susan (the Queen who brings war to Narnia for her infatuation with Rabadash, the Queen who abandons Narnia for "lipsticks, nylons, and boys") having a romantic relationship immediately before being told she must leave Narnia forever.
I am a Christian, but I do not try to force my beliefs into a story if it doesn't fit. One of the things that's hardest to accept, I think, about Narnia is that it's a Christian allegory, yes, but not a Christian reality. The Pevensies rule a world with lesser gods, Bacchus and river gods, wood nymphs and Tash, and such things don't fit in with a realistic view of Christianity. It is a different world view. And it's important to remember that in writing about the universe, rather than writing from an external perspective.
I do offer criticism when I feel it's appropriate. I generally do so through a private message rather than a normal review. I do not bother commenting at all, however, unless I believe the writer does have talent; writing takes work, just like everything else.
I am grateful for many things, and any reviews or comments that are left I treasure. Thank you, and I hope you enjoy the stories.
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