Author has written 60 stories for Tour of Duty, UC: UnderCover, Mummy, Presidio Med, Lord of the Rings, Silmarillion, Hobbit, Twilight, Stargate: Atlantis, Firefly, Little Prince, and Musketeers.
Well, let’s see, what’s most important to tell you, as a reader looking for something that might be your cup o’ tea… *scratches chin*
I write fluffy, rose-colored stories with just a touch of angst, for the most part. I don’t write slash (or really romance of any kind), mostly because it tends to get in the way of good story-telling (at least in terms of what I like to read, and since I write, for the most part, what I'd like to read, well... 'Nuf said.) I've no issues with others enjoying that particular cup of tea, it's just not my preference.
Within the Tolkien universe I’m whole-heartedly a wood-elf fan, and a Hobbity-canon wood-elf fan, at that. I like that they are more dangerous and less wise; that they are good people, who are generous and humane, even to their foes; that they feast and enjoy life in the woods, despite the darkness that surrounds them; that they associate with the people of Middle-earth instead of isolating themselves; that they are partial to pretty, shiny gems, but value them less than lives; that they are magical; that they stand strong without a ring of power; and that Tolkien didn’t tell us much about them otherwise, leaving a large sandbox in which fanficcers can play.
The above view of the wood-elves is, of course, Hobbity-book!canon, not LOTR or Silm, or, most importantly, Peter Jackson movie-canon. Still, it’s the view of the wood-elves I have chosen to use when I write.
(Side-note: "The Anguish of Mercy" was written for the Mellon Chronicles photo challenge, and "A Fair Path" was written for a photo drabble challenge, but, alas, I do not have the photos for either to help alleviate any confusion the stories might create for the readers)
In contrast, my current obsession is BBC's Musketeers -- or, more specifically, Aramis. Though sufficiently familiar with Dumas's works, I'm not really a fan of his books or the characters as written in the books. I gave the show a try based, solely and unashamedly, on the casting of Santiago Cabrera as Aramis. Thus, my Musketeer fic will, undoubtedly, be mostly Aramis-centric. I will strive to adhere to show!canon, but not so much book!canon or actual history (as staying true to history would really be counter to show!canon. ;))
Now then, please, make yourself at home. Enjoy the pretty picture, check out my favorite authors/stories, and peruse my story list. It is my sincerest hope that you will find something enjoyable to read. :D