Author has written 6 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Hobbit.
So I'm not sure if anyone actually reads this, but what the hell. I'm a girl who has a weird incomprehensible taste for tragedy, angst, adventure, drama, and I am just generally a very sadistic person. My favourite book is Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit/... Ok, most of Tolkien's works, which isn't exactly one book... However, I am willing to read almost anything, provided it's well-written and has an interesting plotline. Unless it's centred around romance. For me, a lot of romantic stories are pretty much the same, and I like things which are different. None of my stories will ever be centred around romance. If anything, there will be a mild romantic angle that is only there to enhance the depressing atmosphere. So yeah, I rarely read anything centred around romance. Or if it has vampires in it.
Another thing you should probably know is that I have a tendency to kill my characters off. I don't think I've finished a story where less than 3 important people die, and so in my stories 'happily ever after's do not exist. I am evil, and I won't be offended if you tell me that. I've been told I'm way too cruel for my own good, but this is what happens when you're bored, pessimistic, and have a laptop sitting in front of you.
P.S: If anyone wants to talk to me about any issues raised in any of my stories, feel free to PM me. I may seem like a sadistic maniac, but I'm nice really. I just enjoy putting my characters through hell and breaking them down emotionally so that their flaws appear.
Prisoner of War - When Legolas is captured at the Battle of Helm's Deep, a series of events are triggered that spiral out of anyone's control. (AU) - LOTR
Price - 700 years before 'The Hobbit', Mirkwood is under siege. When the Necromancer suggests a price for peace, it later transpires that he has a greater scheme in mind that would see the destruction of Mirkwood. (AU) - LOTR
Traitor - When three members of the Fellowship are captured, one sacrifices his liberty for the other two. But when the extent of the sacrifice is revealed, a deeper motive comes to light that forces the Fellowship to question just who exactly IS bad, and to what lengths would they go to for the sake of their friends. (AU) - LOTR
Unbroken Fellowship - In a world where the Fellowship was never broken, the course of history changes drastically, which could spell the ruin of the world of men, and not all will come out alive. (AU) - LOTR
Distractions - When Thorin's company are attacked by wargs, Kíli does a brave and reckless thing to save them, which could have repercussions throughout their entire quest. (AU) - The Hobbit
Sword and Shield - During the Battle of the Five Armies, Thorin watches the chaos reign around him, and wonders if Erebor was worth what was sacrificed. - The Hobbit
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