Author has written 5 stories for Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Lord of the Rings, and NCIS.
I began writing fanfiction in high school and now I am a college graduate. I haven't written much since my junior year of high school, but I feel guilty about leaving my readers hanging. I'm going to attempt to imprison my muse and finish these stories I've started. Finishing these fan fics will be difficult. Seven years ago, I was immersed in the culture of the fiction I wrote. I once knew numerous phrases of elvish, the complicated past of Aragorn and Legolas, as well as a lengthy synopsis from every episode of Scarecrow and Mrs. King. Now, it's like I am about to write my first fan fic, the difference being that I'm no longer obsessed with these books and shows (though I do still consider myself a fan). I've become a much more logical and rational person. Why return after almost seven years? Well, I've been getting reviews and emails from people inquiring about my unfinished stories. At the very least, I am here to finish them. Please give me time to grasp these stories once again. It has been so long that even I don't remember what exactly they are about. If I'm feeling REALLY creative I may revise everything, provided I don't rip all my hair out at the lack of original ideas flowing into my brain.
A Perilous Journey to Lorien--Complete (Revision in progress--Chapters 1-4 have been revised)
When Hope is Lost--Completed and Revised
The Strength of One Small--Complete and Revised
--Scarecrow and Mrs. King--
Love Does Not Lie--On hold
All in the Line of Duty--On hold
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