Author has written 67 stories for Lord of the Rings, Metroid, Harry Potter, Dragon Age, Captain America, and Avengers.
I write primarily for the Dragon Age fandom, and run the Dragon Age Fanfiction Writers group over on Facebook. I've met so many wonderful people and talented writers (though the two are not mutually exclusive!) through Dragon Age, and am grateful for the laughter, the tears, the excitement, the discussions, and especially the friendships. It's funny how a Blight brings people together. I've also started writing for Captain America (movies), primarily focusing on Bucky/Winter Soldier because he's fascinating, brooding, and tormented, all factors that make him awesome to write about.
Profile pic of the Tevinter Soldier done by Tamarandom on DeviantArt.
Tevinter Soldier: My love of puns combines with my obsessions with Dragon Age and Bucky Barnes in this alternate universe, DA/CA crossover. Surprisingly, it works really well. Complete.
Captain America (I'm it for Bucky, honestly)
(Just a bunch of Bucky fans sharing our writing and recommendations of good Bucky fic; pretty relaxed, too!)
Fragments: First CA fic. One-shot of Bucky's thought processes; character exploration set during a scene in Civil War.
A Thousand Scattered Pages: Bucky's mind has been erased, blended, and broken: multiple times, and not always in that order. His memories are all in there; but not in any order, and sometimes they don't make sense. When he defects from HYDRA, he begins writing things down as he recalls them. They're not always pretty, and not always coherent as he tries to piece together a scattered, shattered life.
Against the Odds: Bucky never expected to survive Europe and the War, but somehow he keeps beating the odds stacked against him. And then after Steve rescues him from Zola's lab, he starts noticing changes: small and subtle at first, but he knows they're there. "I don't know what's going to happen to you," Zola had told him. "That's why we call it an experiment." Companion piece to A Thousand Scattered Pages. Initially they were going to be memories sprinkled in, but then I realized it would make more sense for this sequence to be its own standalone thing. Complete.
Define Stupid: Bucky told Steve not to do anything stupid while he was gone; but Steve's never been a very good listener. Also, they probably both have very different definitions of 'stupid'. Steve's letters, mostly to Bucky, as he navigates becoming Captain America. Complete.
Define Ironic: Seventy years after defeating Johann Schmidt and crashing the Valkyrie into the ice, Steve Rogers returns. He must learn to navigate not just the modern world, but his new friends, SHIELD, and all the strange things that come with being an Avenger. He also has to nurse some old wounds that no one would understand... except the recipient of some heartfelt letters he writes to try and come to terms with everything that's happened.
The Magician: Drawing from plot and party banter, I present Dorian's pre-Inquisition backstory according to my big darned head canon! MANY many thanks to everyone who has read, reviewed, followed, favorited... I cannot say thank you enough. Complete
Fumbling Toward Who We Are: Theo Trevelyan is the third son and youngest child, and was destined for a life of Chantry service, regardless of what he wanted. He grew up without a voice, without a choice, and without a future. In one chaotic, explosive moment, everything about him and his role in the world changes. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but it is a struggle to figure out who he is and how to save the world. And then there's a certain Tevinter mage also trying to figure things out... [MTrevelyan/Dorian]. Complete
The Least of His Children: Theo Trevelyan became the most powerful man in Thedas almost overnight; but before that, religion and politics drove a wedge between him and his family, leaving him resentful and bitter. A look into the circumstances of his birth, and the perspectives of his family. Perhaps Theo wasn't the only one for whom tradition was too much to bear. Complete
Voice of the Old Gods: Dorian once swore he'd never be a Magister, but when Tevinter calls he can't ignore it--even if it means leaving Theo behind. But Minrathous is more dangerous than ever, and someone is killing Magisters. Dorian wonders if he's next, and whose blade it will be. However, not all is as it seems, especially in a world of magic that can create illusions and fears. (Contains spoilers for all Inquisition DLCs). Rebooting.
The Show Must Go On: Upon considering feedback from the awesome Eureka234 and Mille Libre, I've rebooted my "Fumbling" sequel. The story is restructured to be told in a more linear fashion that flows better, and includes new material. Eventually VotG will be taken down. The plot/information will stay roughly the same, but the structure of the story has changed to be more traditional.
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Endless Possibilities: This begins with Cailan's birth, up through when Maric leaves for the Deep Roads with the Wardens. I wanted to write Maric the father, experiencing his firstborn's birth, and then of course Cailan's earliest years. Title comes from Threnodies 5, while other chapter titles come from other Chant verses. Complete.
Sneaking: A collection of linked shorts depicting a young Cailan's curiosity and search for the truth after one particularly curious trip to Redcliffe... It's character exploration through writing in many different styles, voices, and perspectives. It opens up after "Second Born", and will continue up through Ostagar. Complete.
Returns a King: AU where Cailan survives Ostagar. Cailan made many mistakes before and during Ostagar. But whether by fate or chance, he now has a second opportunity to make things right. But a second chance doesn't mean it will be easy. His road will be filled with more choices and consequences, where he'll have to apply his lessons, and learn new ones. Utilizes Sneaking/This Is War headcanons. Complete.
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