Author has written 16 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia, Hobbit, and Harry Potter.
Can't sing, can't dance, can't handle a sword a little.
I'm Bronze Cat and I live somewhere under a rain cloud in Scotland!
I read mainly fantasy, watch far too much television and am almost permanently attached to my laptop, which I named Zaphod. (The pendrive is called Beeblebrox)
Fandomwise, I love Lord of the Rings and Sherlock. I've been an avid fan of Tolkien ever since my dad read me the Hobbit at about the age of 8. At about the same time, I picked up The Master Blackmailer in my school's library and so began what I believe will be a life-long love of Sherlock Holmes and his adventures. I shamelessly ship Dramione from Harry Potter and Arya/Gendry from Game of Thrones. I'm also a Slytherin, a Lannister, a citizen of District 11 and a Hobbit. Bit of a clash there I realise.
I'm also partial to a bit of Neil Gaiman. Neverwhere is probably my favourite book ever and certainly the amazing Mr Croup and Mr Vandemar are my favourite pair of villains. (I met Neil Gaiman at a book signing on the 28th August 2013. I may have fangirled and stood there like a slack-jawed idiot.)
To see me as a writer, look at The Shieldmaiden of the North, my serious LOTR fic, or my current Destiny saga (Destiny's Instrument, which is finished, and Destiny's Weapon which is ongoing) which is set in the Narnian universe.
To see me as a person and get an insight into how my depraved brain functions, look at my Sue parodies, such as One Sue to Rule Them All. (Hey, let's put Orcs in sequins!!!! Why brain, why?)
I write with OCs, most of which are female. I personally find it easier to understand the particular universe I am writing in through the eyes of a character which I invented. Why female OCs? Well, I'm female and I know how girls think. In theory. I'm a strange one. I guess I'm also a bit cynical when it comes to love because none of my characters get a typical Happily Ever After.
About reviews - I'm sorry but I only leave a review if I think there is something worth saying. I am not the sort of person who leaves a review going Loved it! on every single chapter. I try to give constructive criticism and I will never outright flame someone unless it is an Obvious Troll being Obvious. Again, I only answer reviews if I have something to say. But, I do make the point of looking at the profiles of everybody who reviews or follows and if one of your works catches my eye, then I may read it.
Disclaimer because I forget it in all my stories - If you recognise it, I don't own it. I own my OCs but that's about it. I try to stick to canon when I can and if I diverge then I try to come up with a justification instead of just saying "This is fanfiction so I will do what I want!". I write only for fun and to improve my skills as a writer because, hey, it would be fantastic if I could one day see my original works in print or coming to life on the tv screen.
The sort of twee person who thinks swearing is in any way a sign of a lack of education or a lack of verbal interest... is just a f*ing lunatic - Stephen Fry
There is no-one else like you. Follow your dreams and don't let the b@stards wear you down - Brian Blessed
Zapp - This whole sector is uncharted!
"Let's eat Grandma!" or "Let's eat, Grandma!" Punctuation saves lives.