Author has written 30 stories for Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Alex Rider, Avatar: Last Airbender, Chronicles of Narnia, and X-Men: The Movie.
Hi! Obviously, Ayra Sei Ethari is not my real name. However, it is the name of a character I created a long time ago and that I have now resurrected for this purpose. But one day I plan to write a real book using this character, so don't be surprised if one day Ayra Sei Ethari does exist. . .
My best friend is Crazytenor42, who is friends with Ayra Sei Ethari’s Friend. The latter is basically an account with a random fic (which means that it is a snapshot of a fic), and please don’t PM that account, because in the end I will get harassed over it, and – just please don’t. Thank you a lot. The random shot, anyways, belongs to the story Duty of a Handmaiden, which is now one of my completed stories.
Here's a little information about me personally . . .
Favorite Fandoms/Stories/Movies/anything else:
Star Wars (TPM, AotC, RotS, ANH, RotJ – movie and books; I did not like ESB as much)
All of my stories - which I plan to write - are under one of these fandoms, but at the moment I am stuck on X-Men: First Class.
These are all of my stories as of whenever I update my profile. They are grouped under “Completed Stories”, “Works in Progress”, “Series”, “Oneshots”, and “Song Fics”.
Star Wars: A Love Alphabet – A young Padawan is captured and sold as a slave. But by the time Obi-Wan Kenobi rescues has, she is broken – or as close as she can get. Can he bring her back? And can he deal with the conflicting emotions she stirs within him? (This fic is dedicated to Crazytenor42 and is based off of her fic Kenobi’s Beloved Angel.)
Star Wars: The Force’s Last Gift – Qui-Gon Jinn is dying a slow, painful death as his life fades with every single breath. Yet as he does, the Force grants him one last gift – visions of the future that he has unknowingly been behind all along.
Star Wars: The Ties That Bind Us All – The past and the present; fear and hope; love and hate – all are bound by the ties of one thing . . . the Force. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, and hate leads to suffering – but through the Force, the fear, anger, hate, and suffering of Carissa of Silima can all also lead to the greatest Jedi ever to live – Anakin Skywalker.
Lord of the Rings: My Fairytale – Estel daughter of Elessar has lost everything: father, mother, sister, brother – and freedom. When she is given a second chance at life, she finds herself in what she was always told was a fairytale. Is it? Or is it the past she was meant to live?
Star Wars: Do I Dare – Do I dare to crash a Senatorial Gala and dance with a “sexy” guy? *gulp* Yes. Do I dare to later go on a date with this guy? Uh . . . yes. Do I dare to kiss this guy? Um . . . still working on the first two. Oh, the guy’s name? *wince* Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Star Wars: Duty of a Handmaiden – A young woman of Naboo is hired to become Senator Amidala’s bodyguard. She fits all the requirements – looks, intelligence, loyalty. But can she perform her duty when faced with a moral question that divides the entire galaxy? (originally Premonitions of a Handmaiden)
X-Men: The Movie: Fire and Ice – When William Stryker captures a precognitive and demands that she read the future to find a way for him to kill Magneto and/or Charles Xavier, he doesn’t expect her to show everything that will happen if they die. Namely, the end of the f-ing world.
X-Men: The Movie: Wake Up & Smell the Pancakes – Kinkmeme prompt: In one universe, Erik left Charles. In another, he stayed. So what happens when the two Eriks get switched? “At first, Erik thinks he’s dreaming. Then he realizes that this is Charles. Not paralyzed. Kissing him.”
WORKS IN PROGRESS:
Harry Potter: The Princess and the Pauper – I created this story a while ago but didn’t see much potential in it. However, my friend Crazytenor42 demanded I post it. So: the summary. Sariah Alycone. Remus Lupin. Classmates, friends, partners. Sariah is the princess and Remus the pauper of the fairytales, but will their lives reflect that? (Warning: This does not at all follow the true plot of the Prince and the Pauper or the Princess and the Pauper; I have merely borrowed the name because it suits my purposes.)
X-Men: The Movie: For Everything, There is a Month – If X-Men: First Class had lasted a year, the relationship between Charles and Erik might have looked a little like this: they meet because of a jump in January, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Star Wars: Another Present – Sequel to Another Future: Kya is a Walker now, and she’s one last universe away from fulfilling her prophecy. But no one ever said that this last universe would be easy to save, between disbelieving Jedi, plotting Senators, and a looming sacrifice. And that doesn’t even begin to cover the darkness that’s been waiting for a millennia of lifetimes to take revenge on her.
X-Men: The Movie: Home Is Where the Heart Is – Kinkmeme prompt: Erik really wishes his family would stop fostering abused mutant kids. One nearly burst his eardrums, and another blew the roof off. Literally. Then, of course, his mother has to go and bring home little Charles Xavier, who promptly goes and steals Erik’s heart.
Another Universe Trilogy
Star Wars: Another Future – Kya has settled into her new life, even running a new pilot program with her husband. But then something goes terribly wrong and they crash – on Hoth. She must change destiny in the future this time – but this time, it’s not just her life at risk. . . Can they persuade Anakin to bring balance to the Force? Or will their interference merely cause the Force to slide ever deeper into darkness, beyond even the aid of a Walker? (Note: This is the sequel to Another Past and the second installation in my “Another Universe” Trilogy. Therefore, I would suggest reading Another Past first.)
Star Wars: Four Kisses – The first kiss was an accident. The second was to save a mission. The third was unexpected. And the fourth – that was the last kiss. The guy? Obi-Wan Kenobi. Me? Valaina Ilori. Our relationship? Well, let me put it this way – the war kinda ruined it.
Alex Rider: Don’t Cry – Don’t cry. It’s the message that’s been hammered into me my whole life. Don’t cry. And I never have cried, not even a single teardrop. But now – now the only person who ever told me because he cared is dead. I’m crying because Ian Rider is dead.
Star Wars: Water, Earth, Fire, Air - They are the four elements that bind together the universe, and thus have great influence over the course of fate and the Force through the people they manifest in. Who, you ask? Why, Padmé Amidala, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Palpatine, and Anakin Skywalker.
Alex Rider: Dead – “Ian Rider is dead.” At first, the words mean nothing. You’ve heard Ian say the word “dead” himself plenty of times. And then it all comes crashing down – Ian Rider, the only man you’ve ever loved, is dead, and there’s nothing you can do but cry.
Lord of the Rings: You Can Only Hope – Legolas debates whether to sail to the Undying Lands and hope to heal from his grief or stay behind to wait until Estel is born again and hope to fall in love again. Three Elves weigh in to help him decide. Companion piece to “My Fairytale.
Avatar: The Last Airbender: For My People – As I sank deeper in the waters and heat raged through my body and life escaped faster than my exhalation, I knew I had done the right thing – for Aang, for Sokka . . . for my people. (Oneshot. Princess Yue’s thoughts as she dies)
Star Wars: We Are Brave, Your Highness – . . . or, how Queen Amidala delights in giving me, plain Sabé the handmaiden turned royal decoy, panic attacks. How in all the galaxies was I supposed to know what THAT meant? (Oneshot. Sabé tries to figure out the famous phrase from TPM)
Harry Potter: If Only I Had – To each his or her own – Ron, the wand; Hermione, the cloak; and Harry, the stone.
X-Men: The Movie: Mutant and Proud – Mystique hates Moira MacTaggert – that is common knowledge. Two of the reasons are also known. The third . . . The third even Mystique finds hard to acknowledge.
X-Men: The Movie: Three Chances – Magneto’s eyes are fierce as the chains tighten. “Out of respect for Charles,” he says, “I gave you three chances to leave him alone. This was your last chance. And now you’ll pay the price.” And then he walks away, and leaves me to die.
X-Men: The Movie: No More Hiding – It’s Raven who finds the single flaw in his theory, and asks the innocent question that changes everything. “When you say no more hiding, Erik, do you mean that for everyone? Even . . . Charles?”
X-Men: The Movie: Only Human – A member of the Brotherhood helps Magneto rescue their greatest enemy, and realizes that even the great Magneto is only human – and especially when it comes to Charles Xavier.
Star Wars: Looking Through Your Eyes: It’s always been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. So what happens when Obi-Wan Kenobi looks into the eyes of the girl he loves, and she his? Will they find the love they seek – or find the rejection they fear?
Star Wars: Love Will Find A Way: Miluiel and Obi-Wan Kenobi have agreed to allow their relationship to stay the same. They are lovers, but in secret and in private. That is, until some words from Stass Allie make Miluiel think otherwise and she leaves. Can love find a way to overcome the barriers that separate the two – or will the differences between them drive the divide even wider?
Star Wars: This Moment – Obi-Wan Kenobi met Miluiel a few months ago during the diplomacy efforts to reform the Republic and compromise with the Separatists. She immediately spiked his interest, and they quickly became friends, albeit friends who tend to argue more than they agree. But they are still friends all the same. That is, until one night Obi-Wan realizes the true depth of his feelings. After all, love may creep up on a man for months, but it only takes one moment for him to realize it. For Obi-Wan Kenobi, that one moment . . . is this moment.
Chronicles of Narnia: Free to be Me – Susan Pevensie has lost her entire family. But it is only when she herself is dying that she finally realizes that Narnia wasn’t a game. It was the only place she was free to be . . . herself. (Oneshot. Focuses on Susan’s death & return to Narnia)
Star Wars: It’s Your Life – Master Windu. Chancellor Palpatine. In front of the window, close to death, they argue for your allegiance, swearing the other is the traitor. But you can’t be controlled by them any longer – you are the Chosen One, and it’s your life now. . .