Author has written 15 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, Merlin, and Once Upon a Time.
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I'm afraid that my schedule is wreaking havoc on my opportunity to write. Moreover, the "tap" of creativity for Martin's Telmar has shut itself off, and I'm not sure when it will start flowing again.
That being said, I have begun a complete re-write of Knight of the Vial, and will be posting it once it's completed and gathering dust on my hard drive. I've also decided to begin a new fic/collection of shortfics to fill in the gap between Outcast and A Knife in the Dark. I love the characters, and have wanted to flesh them out a good bit more, particularly Einan, Rheneas, and Rhiamon/Ceridwen. (Flash will be getting a retrofit in the KoV re-write.)
On that note:
Once I've finished KoV, I will be turning my attention to other projects:
1. A re-write of Fluttering Sails.
2: A re-write of Nightslayer.
3: Editing and revision of Outcast.
4: Editing and revision of A Knife in the Dark.
5: Lord willing, the completion of Martin's Telmar.
If anyone has ideas, thoughts, or just wants to say hi, you're more than welcome to send me a PM.
I picture Martin's sword looking rather like this:
The order of my Martin Tales is as follows:
1. Knight of the Vial
2. Fluttering Sails
4. Time Well Spent
6. A Knife in the Dark
7. Martin's Telmar
The following submissions are Martin one-shots. These have no particular chronological order:
-Night of the Vile
-All I Want for Christmas
I've also written the following Merlin fics:
-Coming of the Dawn
-The Once and Future King
By God's Grace, I am a Christian. As such, there are certain things I will not write. Slash is a no-no. Incest is a no-no. Bestiality is a no-no. Disagree if you like, but please don't flame me for my personal beliefs.
I believe in Chivalry. It is a compliment to women played out in the way men live and act. Men and women are equal, but different. It's a balance.
I have a lot to learn about writing and storytelling. That's why I'm here. Constructive Criticism is greatly appreciated.