Author has written 6 stories for Fantastic 4, Superman, and Young Justice.
"Surprise, bitch. Bet you thought you'd seen the last of me." - the greatest philosopher of our time
Hey yall! Its been a while. I'm back?
In the year of our lord 2021, I got pregnant. In my country, women have a year of maternity leave, which meant I suddenly found myself with a whole year of sitting at home with a baby that doesn't really do all that much, and sleeps many naps a day.
So I got bored. And I needed a project.
That project became Threads of Fate.
To take our story back even further, I had this idea for a sequel to Feathers basically immediately after I discontinued Broken Wings. I quickly realized I was A LOT more excited by this plot, it tied in so much better with the original fic, and, most importantly, I had a fixed idea for a beginning, middle and end. This fic would actually be doable. BUT I let it stay with only my thoughts, because, surely, I wasn't about to start writing a new fic? Not after I had just announced I was 'retiring' from fic-writing? Surely I wouldn't be that crazy?
Anyway fast forward a few years and maternity leave is suuuper boring. But it also meant a period of a lot of rest for me. Some of my creative juices started flowing again and with the encouragement from one of my friends, I decided, heck, lets do it.
I have the entire plot for the fic planned out, and I'm in the process of writing it. Have been for a little over a year now. I'm at 120k as of november 23rd, and I think I'm roughly about halfway done with it. My plan is to not release the story until it's completely finished, because I don't want to risk abandoning another project halfway through, like i did with BW. I couldn't do that to you guys. I also don't want to take months between updates. So waiting for the whole thing to be done it is.
Besides, I've really been enjoying writing for myself? Because nothing is published, I'm routinely going back and editting stuff, adding context and just bettering the plot, making it tighter and better. This project is honestly my baby (well, aside from my real baby) and I'm having so much fun!
If you do want to follow along on the journey, however, you can head over to my tumblr, URL feathers-in-the-night, where I'm chronologing the entire process. Currently we're a small community of like 7 people, and I ask my readers for advice, opinions, post a few sneak peeks, talk about my process etc. So yeah, if you're interesting in jumping back into the world of Morgan and Dick, i hope the tumblr account can hold you over until I release the story proper! Otherwise, I hope to see you once I start posting it for real!
Not my best work. It was spawned from a frustration with the lack of good quality Johnny Storm fics. This story kind of started out as an experiment where I basically just began writing and saw where it took me. Because I posted a chapter immediately after writing it, and because I didn’t really have a planned out plot, the result is a story that is kind of inconsistent, and the quality is varied. My OC is a bit of a damsel in distress, and the villain is kinda cliché, and the plot is very basic. So, looking back on it, it’s not a story I’ll brag about, but I had a lot of fun writing it, and it helped me evolve quite a lot. I got to try out some things and figure out what works and what doesn’t, and for that I’m grateful to the story.
Anyway, the story takes place after the second Fantastic Four movie and is about my own character Raven, who was secretly brought onto the space ship with them by her boss, Victor Von Doom. After getting affected by the storm too, she gains the power to control water, as well as absorb unknown amounts of it in her body. However, because she wasn't actually allowed on the ship in the first place, Doom hides her away in one of his labs, brainwashing her into thinking he is the good guy, and Reed is the one to blame for her misfortune. Because of the experiments done to her, as well as the brainwashing, she looses control of her abilites and can't touch water without immediately absorbing it. After Doom's death, his sister (my other OC) sets Raven loose with the orders to kill Reed Richards. She's taken in by the four heroes, who tries to somehow restore her mind and help her learn how to control her powers. Along the way, she befriends Johnny Storm, and the friendship evolves into something more over time.
The story is a third person narration with a shifting point of view between the main characters.
If you’re looking for a cute story about two people becoming great friends and then something more in the end, this is probably an okay candidate. But if you’re looking for a story of very good quality with depth and important life lessons or something like that, I wouldn’t recommend it.
The story takes place in the Fantastic Four movies universe.
Guidelines to Loving an Incognito Superhero:
Ahhh, my baby that grew into so much more than I had imagined. This story has gotten so much longer, and received infinitively more attention than I had ever hoped to hope. The story was born during a 'What if' moment I had while watching Superman Returns. As I watched it, I wondered what would've happened if another person had been in the room while Lois and Richard compares Clark's physique to Superman's, and if this other person didn't simply dismiss their likeliness, but actually figured it out.
The story about Georgia, the awkward and intentionally invisible office girl who has a crush on her cute co-worker, who also happens to be Superman. After accidentally revealing that she's figured out his other identity, Clark starts spending time with her, in the beginning to make certain she is trustworthy, and they gain a strong friendship that ultimately becomes something more. To reach that ‘more’ they have to deal with many hardships, like Clark’s feelings for Lois, as well as a gang of criminals bent on destroying anything and everything that Superman holds dear.
The story is written exclusively from Georgia’s point of view in a first person narration, and focuses much more on Clark rather than Superman. It has a ‘dear diary’ kind of feel to it because it is the kind of story that is very much character driven as opposed to plot driven. It’s the story about Georgia’s relationship with Clark, Jimmy, and her best friend Diana, told through their everyday lives.
The amount of attention this story has gotten, and how extremely nice all my readers have been is absolutely incredible and I am truly grateful and so, so happy with this story.
The story takes place in a universe that is a mix between Superman Returns and Justice League Unlimited.
Feathers in the Night:
When I first started writing this story, I had no idea how big it was going to be. After how popular GTLAIS had gotten, I had kinda expected it to be the top of my fanfiction 'career'. I was wrong, because it turned out that Feathers would become even more popular!
It's my longest story yet, and my own personal favourite. I'm really excited about it because it's the first time I've ever written a story that takes place in a plot that's already established, as I am following the second season of the cartoon series Young Justice. This story my is not only longest, but also most reviewed work, having claimed the number one spot in OC story section in the Young Justice category.
The story of Morgan, a passionate and head-strong teenager who hasn't been dealt the best cards in life. When she turned thirteen, she found wings starting to grow out of her back and has kept them hidden ever since. Now, five years later, Nightwing randomly stumbles upon her one night in Gotham and sees the wings by accident. Only a week later, when her mother sees her wings and freaks out, Morgan runs away from home and is offered a spot on the Team. Soon, she finds herself in the middle of an alien invasion while slowly unearthing the origin of her wings and trying to ignore her steadily growing feelings for her mentor.
This story has been recieved so nicely, and because of my fantastic readers (and because the story ends on a very open note) I have begun writing a sequel!
The story is a third person narration with the point of view shifting between Morgan and Nightwing, though slightly more from Morgan's point of view.
The story takes place in the second season of the Young Justice cartoon series.