Author has written 14 stories for Dragon Age.
Where to start, well I'm an absolute Dragon Age fan and I'm also hooked on Mass Effect.
I really like the idea of taking the characters of the game, but changing some of the backgrounds and events and seeing where I could take them. I love the games; but you can only play them so many ways and that's the beauty of writing, you can do whatever your imagination can think of.
The majority of my stories are Alternate Universe, I like to explore the what if's. So if you prefer stories that stick to cannon, I am probably not the writer for you. That said, if you do go on to read any of the stories I hope you enjoy.
It's also worth saying how valuable reviews to stories are. Constructive criticism is always appreciated.
Where Griffons Fly -This was changed to 'M' rating as of chapter 15.
23/01/2015 - (I have been asked if there will be a sequel to this story. The short answer is I certainly always intended there to be, but I lost the heart for it for various reasons and almost stopped writing all together. However given I have continued to write I feel certain I will return to this story line in the future. Many thanks for your patience.)
(December 2013) Blight & Bliss - Revision completed and posted. It seems a long time ago since writing it as it was my first Fan Fic. I feel I have learnt so much since then and wanted to do the story and the characters justice, so revising the story seemed appropriate. There have been some significant changes, but I am pleased with the outcome. I hope you enjoy.
(March 2014) - Revelations - Revision completed and posted. Like the rewrite to Blight and Bliss there are significant changes which I hope do more justice to both the characters and the story line.
(December 2014) - Rising - Revision completed and posted. There are significant changes which I hope do more justice to both the characters and the story line.
When I first started writing about Grace I had an idea in my head that I had to see through to Rising. When I finished that story I felt as though I had the freedom to go back and rewrite. I’m pleased with how the revisions of the trilogy have turned out and giving myself the freedom to change things has been an eyeopening experience. In this case I certainly think it was for the better.
Thank you as always for reading.
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