Author has written 7 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, StarTrek: The Original Series, and Star Trek: 2009.
Hello! Here's a little bit about me.
I am old enough to vote, beyond that I'll leave my age to your imagination.
Politics is my passion. It's like watching a train wreck--you can't watch, but somehow can't help but watch.
My lovely avatar is thanks to Angel of Mercy 92'. Thanks Angel!
I am long-time needlecraft hobbyist, and late last year I started my own little shop on Etsy that showcases my knitting and crochet. Please feel free to visit me at my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheLavenderTeapot?ref=si_shop Or on deviantArt: http://ladystormness.deviantart.com
My favorite TV series include Burn Notice, White Collar, Hogan's Heroes, I Love Lucy, Gilligan's Island, Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C., and The Andy Griffith Show as well as Daniel Boone, MacGyver, NCIS, JAG, Star Trek(Original series, Voyager, Next Generation, but not Enterprise-I really don't like Enterprise), Stargate:SG-1, and Stargate Atlantis. What can I say- my dad is a scifi nut and he turned me into one too.
I absolutely, unreservedly, and unabashedly believe that animals have souls and individual personalities and do go to heaven. All of you who have pets and know their adorable little personalities know exactly what I am talking about.
A public service announcement to all Christians: you do NOT have to compromise what you believe to accommodate evolution! They may teach in the schools that evolution is proven, airtight fact, but that is very far from the truth. The evidence for evolution is truly scanty. Indeed, scientific evidence much more strongly supports Creationism. Not that hybrid of christianity and evolution that says that God created the process and let humans evolve a la Darwin, but true, undiluted Creation as the Bible describes it. At their fundamental, both evolution and creationism are unprovable, unobservable, and thus beyond the realm of science. Both require faith. The difference is that evolution requires a great deal more faith than does creationism. Hence the reason Atheists tend to be so overzealous: they have a losing hand. If you would like to hear my evidence, send me a pm and I'll be more than happy to give it to you.
I am a stickler for grammar and spelling, and will try to keep all my stories grammatically correct (can't promise perfection though). That said, I am not going to be giving out flames for lack of grammatical correctness. Flames don't help people become better writers. Of course, if you do get a review from me that seems rather unfriendly, please note that I intended the review to be beneficial, constructive criticism. I unfortunately tend to have a rather singular focus on what needs help and at times forget to mention what is good.
I strongly dislike Suspian. Trust me, it is better if I leave it at that.
In the Narnian fandom I have grown so very tired of finding a majority of Mary Sue fics. I also have little patience for fics that put modern people into Narnia. Narnia took place from the late 1800's to aproximately 1950. With the Pevensies, they find Narnia in 1940 and die in the Last Battle between 1950 and 1955. Modern characters do not belong there. Even if time travel was real, Narnia is a medieval culture, with medieval style and medieval weapons. I repeat, modern people do not belong there. The only exception would be a crossover fic in which an element of the other fandom being crossed with Narnia allows for at least semi-plausable time and cross-dimentional travel (i.e. they drive through the Wardrobe in a DeLorean).
My other favorite books include: Ivanhoe, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, The Legends of King Arthur, The Hobbit, the Lord of the Rings series, the Sherlock Holmes novels, and a Tale of Two Cities.
My favorite movie is the 1938 Adventures of Robin Hood. Such a classic.
On Star Trek: 2009 and Star Trek Into Darkness: blasphemy to the Star Trek canon! If that was Khan, then I'm the Great Pumpkin.
"For in Calormen, storytelling is a thing you're taught, just like English boys and girls are taught essay writting. The difference is that people actually want to hear the stories, whereas I never heard of anyone who wanted to read the essays." - C.S. Lewis, The Horse and His Boy
"I'm on Aslan's side even is there is no Aslan to lead it. I'm going to live as like a Narnian as I can even if there isn't any Narnia." - Puddleglum, The Silver Chair
"Never in the history of boredom has anyone been more bored than I am right now." - General Jack O'Neill, Stargate Continuum
"Undomesticated equines could not drag me away." Teal'c, Stargate SG-1, Message in a Bottle
May the road rise up to meet you.
Lady of Stormness Mountain
Unsafe External Link
|Community:||Suspian's Last Stand|
|Focus:||Books Chronicles of Narnia|