Author has written 17 stories for Avatar: Last Airbender, Lord of the Rings, Sherlock, Doctor Who, and A song of Ice and Fire.
Latest Profile Update: January 2018
ASL: 32/Female/Arizona, United States of America. Born and raised in the province of Buenos Aires.
Hobbies: Reading, doodling, bead-weaving, crochet, baking, web design, making 3D models, and playing The Lord of the Rings Online!
J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit/The Silmarillion/The Children of Hurin/The Book of Lost Tales/etc. I enjoy movie LOTR almost as much as the books, even though I'm kind of a canon purist in that universe. (The Hobbit movies need to die in a fire, though.)
Tamora Pierce first got me hooked on fantasy, and I love her novels to pieces to this day. Song of the Lioness, The Immortals, Protector of the Small, Daughter of the Lioness, they're all good, and Kel is my spirit animal.
Harry Potter first got me into fanfiction. I'll always be fond of it, even if I disliked the last book and a half or so, and have sort of faded out of that fandom.
Avatar: the Last Airbender is the greatest cartoon ever, and it is possible to hold that opinion and ship Zutara at the same time.
I'm a sucker for a good British drama series. I love Victoria and The Crown, I enjoyed The Bletchley Circle, The Crimson Field, Call the Midwife, Liar, Broadchurch, and many, many more, especially Sherlock.
Also, I'm still pissed that Forever and Almost Human got canceled. :(
Attention Avatar Role-players!
-The Fading, a story of Prince Aranarth of Arthedain and the aftermath of the Battle of Fornost. Spiritual & chronological prequel to Heirs of the North.
-Aemon the Dragonwolf, a long, Stark-centered series mixing A Song of Ice and Fire and its TV adaptation.
NOT POSTED (BUT COMING SOON)
-That Other Unnamed AU Avatar fic. I never posted this one, but I've been adding to it off and on for about ten years. Insert horribly embarrassed blush here.
REMOVED, BUT STAY TUNED BECAUSE THEY'LL BE BACK
-Dead Men Tell No Lies, a novel-length Harry Potter story, AU after Phoenix, in which Regulus Black appears and tries to take his place in a world that mostly forgot about him, while Harry deals with the aftermath of learning the Prophecy. And to be a hipster about it, I brought Regulus back before it was cool, before anyone had heard of R.A.B. You know why? Because JK Rowling mentioned him twice in OotP, so I knew he'd pop up somehow. Booyah!