Author has written 5 stories for Infernal Devices, Cassandra Clare, Hunger Games, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Inception.
When his life was ruined, his family killed, his farm destroyed, Job knelt down on the ground and yelled up to the heavens, "Why god? Why me?" and the thundering voice of God answered, "There's just something about you that pisses me off."
Arid August Morning- Infernal Devices- Complete, 7 chapters
Jemcentric drabbles set in an AU of mine where he's a faerie changeling. It has a non-linear timeframe. I've always been curious as to why Clare hasn't mentioned the faerie world at all in Infernal Devices when it should really play at least a small role in the books, and I guess my changeling AU is trying to counter that by providing a convoluted and yet (sorta) possible slot for them. If you've seen through my thin explanation, you've probably figured out that I just like it because it means Jem gets to live. But, you know, whatever.
To the Victor- Hunger Games- Complete, 1 chapter
Short oneshot/drabble. Thoroughly depressing, an introspective from a capitol citizen about a winner from a pre-Katniss games. Nothing much more to say about this one, except that you should read it. If you want to.
Aska- Percy Jackson and the Olympians- on hiatus, 13 chapters
I have been working on the concept for this one for about three years, just to make it work. And I know the moment you see and fic labeled Nico/OC you wan't to run from the hills. But I've spent so long de-suefying my character that I think it works. Hopefully. Maybe. Well, you'll have to REVIEW it to tell me, won't you?
It's my first ever multi-chap with long chapters. (If you count 'long' as around two thousand words. I couldn't get higher). And, because of how long I've been working on it, it has a very large scope. Hopefully it's not too complicated.
Putting this one on hiatus for now! Just sorta lost the inspiration... I will return to it, however. Probably starting with a MAJOR rewrite.
Arthur Wondered– Inception– Complete, 1 chapter
More drabbley musings; this time Arthur gets some introspection.