Author has written 9 stories for Star Wars, Thor, Avengers, and Doctor Who.
Actually first, can I just say, Loki plus Thor = Nutella plus Jif.
There. I said it. On with it then...
Okay, first of all, for whoever chooses to visit my profile, there are a few things you should know. As I am not one for giving out information for the world to know, I will nevertheless provide you with some insight.
Secondly, this is a bio, and if anyone actually takes the time to read it, I believe in letting the reader know what they are getting if they choose to read any of my works, that way you won't be unpleasantly surprised by... y'know, stuff.
It would be fair to warn you, before I go any farther, that one of my worst traits is my tendency to ramble, and then change subjects rather suddenly. Sometimes it can be a gift. Most of the time, it's just annoying. Bear with me.
Gender. Take a guess...
Age: I am younger than more than half of you pretend to be, and older than less than half of you think you ought to be. (hehe, figure that suckers!)
Special Traits: Speak Sindarin, spanish, greek, Can ride a horse, (Am not an LOTR Fanatic. However, LOTR fanaticism is characterized by being able to speak both dialects of elvish, hosting your own website, and being able to master all 85,000 levels of the computer game.)
I may qualify, however, for LOTR IDD, (Lord of the Rings Induced Depression Disorder) a completely fictional but somehow compatible psychological disorder which comes by subjecting oneself to overdoses of depressing scenes from Lord of the Rings. (Very similar to SW IDD)
As of late, however, I also possibly qualify for Marvel IDD (Not to be confused with Loki IDD, which is completely different. Which I may or may not also display characteristics of.) Backs away sheepishly...
First of of all, I am kind of a literature geek. That being said, I have a summary list of scores and scores of stories that I have written halfway, (Most being in notebooks, so I have yet to type them out!) and unfortunately do not have the time to type them all out. (Grrr. That's what happens when you get a full-time job. However, I am currently working on several stories, when I can, that I plan to start putting up sometime this millennium. Detail below. :)
Also, I have many varied interests, and while my favorite is angst/hurt/comfort, I'll go for anything that is unique, creative, and if I can see where the author took time with the story. So much of fanfiction is the author's imagination running wild, and you can tell when they don't take real time to develop their story and their characters or where a story is purely emotion and no plot, or vice versa. I've liked stories I never thought I could simply because of the time and care the author took to make the reader love the character and become truly interested in their destiny.
Here are some of my favorite stories on this site:
Anything/Everything by Shy Snootles. She is the ultimate inspiration for my writing in any fandom, mainly Star Wars and Thor/Avengers. If you think you've read stories with feels, you haven't. Even though we have different fandoms (She's Star Wars; I'm Marvel (Well, Marvel, Star Wars, LOTR and Sherlock; Mostly Marvel. And by Marvel I mean Thor and the Avengers.) Her SW works focus on the relationship between Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker and Luke. FEEEEEELS.
Faith - Shy Snootles This story is the one that got me hooked on more emotional writing and is also my most favoritist story ever. Even if you aren't a SW fan, READ IT. IT'S AMAZING. I you think some of the stories between Thor and Loki are intense, you should read this.
Exactly The Way I Planned by Shy Snootles. Can I just say, I HATE HATE HATE George Lucas? This is how Return of the Jedi SHOULD HAVE ENDED. THE END. IT'S OVER. FEEEEEELS!!!! Best. Ending. EVER.
Anything by Takada Saiko and Gabrielle Day.
Anything by Alydia Rackham. On that note, I really don't go for romance plots. IMHO, the less the better, because so few people can actually write good romance. Alydia Rackham CAN DO IT. And do it very well. Fallen Star, Brother Avengers, The Lokistone, Aurora and The Gift are 5 of the most beautifully written, richly woven stories I've read. If you're looking for simply good writing, that makes you feel happy inside, and actually have a pretty good mapped out plot, these stories are a good place to start.
If that's not your cup of tea and you're looking for just a nice, plausible story, that actually could make a good plausible sequel to the films, read No Such Liberty, by xparrot. This is probably the most believable, movieverse story in the fandom i've read, and combines Avengers 2 and Thor 2 beautifully. Pitiful that they (likely) won't use this plot for either Thor 2 or Avengers 2, although I actually can see elements of it maybe being used for Avengers 2. It is told from Thor's point of view, which is actually rare, and gives a quality of insight that no other story I've read has given.
And while I'm at it, let me just say that bromance is the best. This is one of the thing I love about the Avengers. There are so many goofy niche's to explore, and let's not even get started on Thor and Loki, who probably have the most explored (and most enjoyable to write!) bromances in the history of film bromances. Bromance yes, Slash Never. I don't read it, I don't write it, so you are not going to find it here, in my stories or my favorites. Not my thing. I don't judge any person by what they read or write, I just stay away from it because of personal beliefs.
Anything by Lady Charity. If you want to cry, have your heart ripped out, and then feel warm and fuzzy inside repeatedly, while simultaneously enjoying a great and well thought out plot, read Syrgja. And We Fall, And We Rise is, quite possibly, the most hopeful intro to the lovely Au where Loki never that I've seen. It's kind of a what-if story, but it ties off leaving you with this feeling of immense hope. It's not too long, only 6 chapters, but incredibly well done. I won't spoil it, but if you've ever asked yourself, "What would have had to happen for Loki not to become evil?" then you have to read this story.
And on that note, her new story 'To Sleep Perchance to Dream" (nice Hamlet reference!) IS. AMAZING. This is only one of 2 stories on Fanfiction that I've cried while reading. The other one was the previously mentioned 'Faith'. It was so similar to my story 'IT Brings the Night" (prequel to my story 'The Smallest Words') That I don't feel so bad now about not publishing the prequel. And this one is MUCH better than mine was. Lady Charity is such an awesome, integral writer! READ IT AND WEEP.
Also 'Drown', by Ordis, which probably has the most review of any story in this fandom. It's tied with Syrgja for epicness. And the plot is VERY well done. Very, very rarely can you have an author that combine character development, and emotive action with an amazing plot. Drown's plot is slightly reminiscent of a criminal thriller, whereas Srygja is more... Marvelized.
Propriety, by TheThirdMarauder. All I can say about this story is: LOL OBVIOUSLY. Loki, for all your belief in your schemes and ability to manipulate, you have a glass head.
In the same style, There May Be Better Brothers by Min Daae, also a wonderful author. This story is in short, superb, and so very very very in character movie verse! I SO wish this would've/will happen in the movie/later film.
Beneath the Moon, by Ithilien Archer. Short, Sweet oneshot between Boromir and Faramir. On that note, I could watch a 4 hour LOTR film on JUST those two brothers. Also Transition, by Sue. Faramir's death, from Boromir's perspective. Beautiful.
And if you are a Sherlock fan, ANY stories by KCS or chappysmom. :D
Avengers of the Ring by Dr. Manhattan.I'm serious. I might be fandom biased, but this is singelhandedly the best, most well written, and developed crossover I've read anywhere in any fandom.
'Where your heart is, there your treasure is also.' Jesus
'He is no fool who gives that which he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.' Jim Elliot
"Tell me how he died."
"I will tell you how he lived." -The Last Samurai
"I know. It's all wrong. By rights we shouldn't even be here. But we are. It's like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger, they were. And sometimes you didn't want to know the end. Because how could the end be happy? How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened? But in the end, it's only a passing thing, this shadow. Even darkness must pass. A new day will come. And when the sun shines it will shine out the clearer. Those were the stories that stayed with you. That meant something, even if you were too small to understand why. But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. I know now. Folk in those stories had lots of chances of turning back, only they didn't. They kept going. Because they were holding on to something."
"What happened at Thermopyle?"
"Dead to the last man."
they grin* Capt. Algren and Katsumoto, The Last Samurai
"...and a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly, it's the honest ones you want to watch out for because you can never predict when they're going to do something incredibly... stupid." -Jack Sparrow
"MELTED CHEESE!" - My friend
"Ah... Shakespeare in the park? DOTH MOTHER KNOW YOU WEARETH HER DRAPES?" - Ironman/Tony Stark.
"I am Loki, of Asgard, and I am burdened with glorious purpose." Loki, The Avengers
"I am Loki, of Asgard, and I am burdened with a glorious props department." Tom Hiddelston http://www.whosay.com/twhiddleston/photos/223736
Actually, Loki/Tom Hiddleston could say pretty much anything and make it on the list. :P
The Last Samurai (2003), The Hollow Crown (2012), The Avengers (2012), LOTR (Movie) and book, sometimes. When I feel like it., Amazing Grace (2006), Thor (2011), Star Wars!, Phantom of the Opera (2004), Pride & Prejudice (2005), King Arthur (2004), Braveheart (1995), Pirates of the Caribbean (2003-2012), Iron Man (2008), Iron Man 2 (2010), War Horse (2011), Star Trek (2009), Peter Pan (2003), Tangled (2010), The Bourne Series (2002-2012), Captain America (2011), Snow White and the Huntsman (2011), Ice Age, Most of Disney. Sherlock (2011-2012) Doctor Who (2005-2013)
LOKI'D by Tom Hiddleston and Josh Horowitz at MTV. If you haven't seen it, go to MTVsplashpage NOW and watch it.
Loki. ...No further exposition necessary.
Faramir *sigh* (Kungfu Jedi then makes a mad dash for her pen and hurriedly writes out several... unsavory sentences describing Denethor.)
Boromir (Go Gondor!)
Thor. (Yes, I am a Loki fan, but I do love Thor as well. Liking Loki without Thor is kinda like loving Chocolate without Peanut Butter. Or Chocolate without chocolate. Or Cookies without milk. Doesn't work.)
Sherlock. Yes. I am a Sherlock fan. Also of anything with Benedict Cumberbatch in it. Or other British actors. In fact, All British actors. Speaking of that, Why are all these american movies man with all American actors... and a british bad guy? (And just because I am going random british right now, why is is so hard to see Sean Bean live in a movie? I mean really. As a good guy. And Live. Is it really that much of a challenge for you?)
Tom Hiddleston. Besides the obvious reasons... It's so refreshing to see a celebrity who is just so... non-celebrityish.
The Doctor. Because reasons.
Elves. Blonde. Beautiful. Tall. Dark. Handsome. Immortal. Historians. Beautiful Singing voice. Look Nothing Like Edward Cullen.
Darth Vader (It's the cape, isn't it?)
Anakin ... why? WHY??
Aragorn (King of the hill, top of the mountain. Tall, dark, and ruggedly handsome, can track anything that makes a track and some that can't, has the most beautiful girl in middle earth, aaaannnd... he's king. What more can you want?
Legolas. Okay, lets face it. Any guy with blonde hair, blue eyes, ambidextrous, and can shoot a 180 pound bow, and send an arrow on said bow half a mile, (not to mention the horsemanship skills) kind of gets my attention...) Hawkeye... I'm sorry. I still vote Legolas. But if it makes you feel better, ONLY because he's had 2,930 years of practice. (He's 2,931, but I don't care. If he can shoot that well, he's definitely been doing it since before he could walk.)
British Actors. Who no matter which way you put, inevitably end up with the role of the villain. Brits made good bad guys any way you roll it. Wanna make your average dude better? Give him a british accent.
Sam Gamgee 'cause he's the bravest, littlest guy with a sword I've ever seen...
Arwen. Simply because as a woman, I admire a woman with grace. Graciousness is quality that is lost in this modern culture and when I find it, I want to wrap myself around in it.
The Phantom (Then again, who doesn't like Gerard Butler in a black cape, with a sword, and singing?)
Minas Tirith (Would totally make the wickedest skateboarding park in the World.)
Also, I'm pretty sure I put Chocolate and Tom Hiddleston on this list, but just in case I forgot, here it is again.
Slash. Don't read it, Don't write it. So if you're looking for it... um, go someplace else. :) Or stay. because there's still some good stories here.
Excessive bad language, especially if it's overused. (in movies and in writing). Many a good plot/story has been soured by overuse of rough language.
Steven Moffat. Evil.
The fact that the Doctor didn't show up in The Avengers.
Facebook. Has it's uses, but the idea of posting things about yourself and your life when everyone else is doing the same thing and not really caring about anyone else's profile just seems kind of... pointless.
Religious movies. Gah. I am a Christian and most movies with a religious theme start out pretty good, but they tend to get fake and sappy. I love usingspiritual christian and philosophical themes in my stories to give them a sense of depth, but once it gets to 'religious', I gotta put the bar down. A good NOT example of this is the 2007 film Amazing Grace about William Wilberforce and the slave trade in Britain in the late 1700's. This is one of my top three favorite films of all time. It is wonderfully and potently magnificent and inspiring, angsty and heroic. It's one of those where you cry with him, laugh with him, struggle with him, and share his triumph. Ioan Gruffud and Benedict Cumberbatch make it doubly enjoyable. :)
Liberals. Or people who suffer from PLOCS- Perpetual Lack Of Common Sense, also known as the disease Liberalpox. (Latin: Hatus Glennbeckus)
Palpatine. Poopertine, Paupertine, Palpsy, Puckertine Porksatine, Paupertino, Palpsypie... among others...
Brendan Fraser. L-A-M-E
Nicolas Cage. Doubly Lame
Non-canon romance. (most of the time)
Any and all things Twilight.
Denethor. Affectionately named by yours truly as "Dennis the Menace". Heartbreaking (censored!) jerk.
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