Author has written 3 stories for A song of Ice and Fire, and Guardians of the Galaxy.
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Updated August 2014
Have a new fan fiction up for 'Guardians of the Galaxy'! Fun stuff. As always, I do not profit in any way from any fan fiction. It's just for fun.
Updated April 10, 2014
I cannot believe that this story has been received so well! Due to my email settings, I never received notification of the reviews I was receiving, and now am surprised and happy to see how many people have enjoyed my stories!
I saw that an anonymous reviewer known as Mariyah (sp) left a review ranting about how Arianne was being under appreciated and stereotyped. Au contraire; Arianne is a woman of remarkable complexities. I would sooner point the finger at the reviewer and ask her/him to re-read all the significant passages incorporating her character. She speaks well for herself.
Updated: July 9, 2013
Hey guys! I've noticed a couple of reviews that have been, archingly enough, rooting for Arianne. She is very interesting, isn't she? Especially in contrast to Daenerys, who is fire and purity and yet is also very, touchingly, naive. And yet so is Arianne-- she is kind, generous to a fault, jealous, in love with Viserys, and remarkably tolerant of a situation she married into.
I want to be clear that I don't think Viserys is perfect-- he is trying very hard to be perfect, and it is the love(s?) of his life who have bettered him. So as far as flaws, I wanted to address that he is still relatively callous (evidenced in his pursuing desire to be king of the seven kingdoms, though bettered, and lessened, due to having many of the "things" he always wanted). George Martin has hinted in interviews that, should things have gone differently for Viserys, that he would never have grown to be as insanely ambitious as he is in the first book. Things being what they are, due to genetics and driven insane by lack of "having", Viserys is instrumental in his own disappointing fate. However, Viserys is not so one-note as to be simply callous, and simply jealous. He is on the fast-track to the throne and is very much a person of interest.
I have noticed that I do have a soft spot for Daenerys, which is not a weakness in itself, but I am fond of her for giving in to love. Against her better judgment she loves Viserys, who has, often enough, proved himself.
I also really like Arianne. But at this point, I do not see her and Daenerys as polar opposites, or in conflict, necessarily, though I am certain that that shall change. I do love her character qualities, however, and that is what makes her so strong in opposite to Daenerys, who is very nearly "perfect." Let's face it: for all accounts, there are those special people who are good at practically every thing they do, and in this case, Daenerys is that person. However, it doesn't make her any less fragile than anyone else, and actually makes her a living, breathing target. Obviously, or there would not be any assassination attempts.
I hope this clears up some things, and I'll update this in the future.