Author has written 4 stories for Silmarillion, Lord of the Rings, and Stargate: SG-1.
Author's Note: I would like to thank all my readers for taking time to read my stories. They certainly are a lot of fun to write, and I hope you have had fun reading them. Do please note that updates to my stories will be slow and intermittent at best, as I am due to start a busy semester of school soon. I will try to post when I can, and I hope you will still stick with my stories. Thanks again!
Stories to Come:
Lord of the Rings: The Shipwright's Wife:
The story of Cirdan the Shipwright's wife whose story has largely been lost to time. It traces her story from her return to Middle Earth through the time they fall in love during the midst of the War of the Last Alliance through the marriage until her untimely and tragic death.
Silmarillion: Those That Remain:
In 510 of the First Age on the first day of summer, Morgoth, assisted by treachery, attacked Gondolin. As history tells, the city fell with great slaughter of both elves and orcs. Many elves managed to escape through Idril’s Secret Way, but many more were slaughtered on the streets of that fair city. What of those who remained behind to guard the way? Do not they deserve to have their story told, too?
NCIS: Los Angeles: One Mystery Down. Many More To Go:
Special Agent G. Callen was well described by Churchill's words: "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." His teammates were used to his eccentricities: his habit for frequently changing apartments, his insomnia, his secretiveness, etc. Most of these could be explained (or, at least understood) by his lousy childhood in fostercare and/or his many years undercover working for the Feds. However, there was one mystery about G. Callen that his teammates did not understand: he semi-frequently disappeared out of town on his days off and on long weekends and then would say nothing as to where he had gone. What or whom was he hiding?