Author has written 5 stories for Avengers, and Thor.
I'm 30. I've been married 8 years, and my son is 2. I've been writing for a long time, but I've been leaning towards projects longer than poetry and short prose lately. I tend to focus on personality type with my characters, and that usually involves the
As of April 2013: I do not have any fanfics planned at this time. Little has come from my ramblings on Sherlock, Loki, and Sam Winchester. Not all together, though. My brain couldn't handle SuperAvengerLock.
(Although in retrospect, I would love to go back and write "Estranged" with Loki not as an INTJ, but an INFJ. Upon further inspection of his character over time, I believe Fe fits better as his auxiliary than Te. He feels more comfortable dealing in—and thus manipulating—the sphere of people, not systems.)
But with the first bits and pieces of The Dark World circulating about, I do feel inspired to take another look at Loki and Thor interactions.
On my Loki fanfiction ("Surrender" & "Estranged"):
If you couldn't tell, I'm in love with post-Avengers Loki and what his character is capable of.
I became inspired to explore Loki after watching the Avengers and Hellboy 2 (fae are mentioned) in the same week...I wondered what would happen to Loki if he were made to focus only on the current moment. Thus "Surrender" was born. Mirella showed him that freedom was possible. Living a life free of self-imposed bonds did not have to be a dream.
"Estranged" is a continuation that explores Loki's personality type (as an) in conjunction with a human of a similar, yet quite different personality type (Rowan, an ). I am an INFJ myself, and while Rowan is not me, I understand how she would deal with certain situations. Many of my friends are INTJ's—I even married one—so you could say the way those two personalities interact is an ongoing point of interest for me.
"Art is a kind of innate drive that seizes a human being and makes him its instrument. The artist is not a person endowed with free will who seeks his own ends, but one who allows art to realize its purpose through him. As a human being he may have moods and a will and personal aims, but as an artist he is "man" in a higher sense— he is "collective man"— one who carries and shapes the unconscious, psychic forms of mankind."C.G. Jung
We all walk our own path. Perhaps our paths will cross, and we can walk together for a while.
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