Author has written 37 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Temeraire, Avengers, and Captain America.
Insofar as my Narnia work is concerned, this vision is not my children's Narnia and may not be yours. I am an adult, writing adult characters for an adult reader. This is Narnia for grown ups.
Firiel-Archer drew FABULOUS ART FOR Rat, Crow, Heart and Sword.
Reading order: There is a chronological reading order on my Live Journal, here The first 4 chapters of either The Stone Gryphon, Part 1 or By Royal Decree are good places to start.
Triggers, warnings, tags, pairings, etc.: no dub con, incest, cutting, torture, physical abuse, or child abuse. No non-canonical character death (OCs do die). Includes POCs, theology, environmental stewardship, espionage, dodgy acts in pursuit of moral means, biology, ethology, benevolent Lion deity, terrible comma usage, and lots of history/detail fetish. If hummingbirds or otters are present, you can expect swearing; also true-to-period swearing in the final chapters of Rat and Sword Go To War. One terminally ill OC harbors occasional depression and suicidal ideation; a character in Chapter 23 of Harold and Morgan has a major depressive episode from which she recovers. If these are triggering, drop me a line and I'll let you know how to avoid it. Underage is vague -- a few paragraphs in I love not man the less but nature more and Rat and Sword Go To War might involve characters who are 16-17. Other triggers and tags are warned of in the beginning of a chapter.
Herd Mentality is the exception. Chapter 2 includes emotional and physical abuse and rape of a non-human character. If you have questions about the story, please PM me or skip it.
With gratitude and admiration to the creator of The Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis, and the other content creators from whose work I develop my derivative fiction. I claim no ownership interest whatsoever in any derivative fiction I write. Any original content in my derivative fiction is in the public domain and may be used freely and without notice to me or attribution.