Author has written 36 stories for Lord of the Rings, Silmarillion, Collateral, Old Kingdom/Abhorsen series, Pirates of the Caribbean, Forgotten Realms, Harry Potter, Repo! The Genetic Opera, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, House, M.D., and Hobbit.
Whether you're a vet who read the books way back when or are a newcomer to the movies (I fall somewhere in-between, having read the Hobbit at a tender age but really sinking into it after the first movies came out), there's something for everyone.
Part of what makes Tolkien's mythos so wonderful to write in is the rich and unmined potential of all the things he left unexplored: the backstories and events, relationships and characters that might only have received passing mention in the tales themselves.
I try to bring something new to Tolkien's world when I write in it. So whether you are in search of a more traditional fantasy-action-adventure or a quiet drama or something in-the-middle, you've come to the right little corner.
Some adventure, some romance, some slash, even a bit of fluff mixed in with a whole lot of drama, and a deeper exploration of characters as relatively obscure as Aerin from the Children of Hurin to Aragorn. My portfolio grows every year, and I continue to strive for quality and to uncover the stories behind the story we know and love so well.
Whatever you're looking for, I hope you find something here. Comments, questions and criticism are always appreciated.
The Invictus Series
A/N: My longest-running labor of love. Starting with (in chronological order)...
Agar Saer (Haldir-young Legolas friendship)
Cost of Blood (Haldir-backstory)
The Ides of March (Haldir/Celebrian-centric series of ficlets)
First Name Terms (the start of Haldir's and Aragorn's friendship)
A Warrior's Experience (continuation of Haldir's and Aragorn's friendship)
Agarwaen (detailing Aragorn's and Haldir's wanderings together in the wild)
Dwimmerlaik (a first-encounter-with-Nazgul story)
And including off-shoots and oneshots such as...
A Stirring in the Blood
Upon the Road of No Returning
Current Work-in-Progress: Invictus (offline for completion and revision)
The characters and places herein all belong to Tolkien and his estate. I am merely squatting in his nicely decorated house and hunting through the rooms and halls in search of the things he left unfinished.
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My inspiration for Haldir as drawn by the extraordinarily gifted Ebe Kastein.