Author has written 12 stories for Greek Mythology, and Norse Mythology.
"If anybody comes around to find me
If anybody asks for me, she says
Tell 'em all I'm in the deep end singing
With this music in my head."
-Matt Nathanson, Headphones
I can also be found at Archive of Our Own (penname CobaltDreams).
Notes about my stories:
Aesir's Bane: It might be updated infrequently but I promise I will give you warning if I decide to abandon it or put it on hold. Right now I'm having a little trouble thinking of ideas, but I haven't given up. If you have any ideas, PLEASE feel free to message me. :)
A Dance in Heaven and On These Wings are both being edited and improved (slowly but surely).
Not My Hero: Is now officially Hades/Hermes.
Wreath of Vine: This is a sequel to my oneshot, Crown of Ivy, and was a request by a reader.
The Rising Sun (tentative title): This is completely different from my usual stories in that it's not fanfiction at all. The characters are all my own. It's a fictional hockey story, featuring two Russian superstars in the NHL. It was originally going to be a hockey-centric story, but now it's become my own personal protest against homophobia. It's about two close friends who are confused about their sexuality and their feelings towards each other even though they both have girlfriends. Exciting, no?
Please read and enjoy!
I shall remember Zeus
When I see lightning in the sky
I shall remember Athena
When an owl's flying high
I shall remember Poseidon
Whenever I'm at sea
I shall remember Ares
When someone's mean to me
I shall remember Hades
When I think of someone passed away
I shall remember Aphrodite
When it's Valentine's Day
I shall remember Artemis
When I see an arrow and a bow
I shall remember Hestia
When a fire brightly glows
I shall remember Dionysus
When I see someone drinking wine
I shall remember Demeter
When the plants are growing fine
I shall remember Apollo
When I see the gleaming sun
I shall remember Hermes
When I see someone on the run
I shall remember Hera
When I hear of a queen
I shall remember Hephaestus
When I see an invention that's extreme
Wherever I go, Whatever I see
I shall remember the deities of ancient Greece