Author has written 13 stories for Labyrinth.
All right cats and kittens, Emmy's tired of the old message so here she is with an update. If you see any stories gone that you read before, it means they've been sent to the big ff.net in the sky. They're not coming back, so don't bother asking. I don't even have copies of any of them, though there might be a few circling around a few other fiction sites I've forgotten about.
What I have for you now is a handy-dandy guide to the Emmy-fiction and my thoughts on my stories. In other words, I'm bored and in need of something to do. So here we go, starting from the top and working our way down:
The Goblin King is my Stalker: My humor stuff is insane, and this is not exception. The pacing's a bit off but I still find it absurdly hilarious. But then, I'm easily amused.
Twas the Night After Christmas: I always do a Christmas fic, whether alone or in collaboration with friends. You can the collabs under Danalas the Lady Chaos and Nikajendayiuadjit, they're called Peachy Christmas and 12 Days of Christmas, Labyrinth Style, respectively. This particular fic is in rhyme and modeled after (you guessed it) Twas the Night Before Christmas.
Be Careful what you Wish For: Probably my last attempt at anything semi-serious. I had fun with this story, even though it did take me a long time to finish. Novel work got in the way and this suffered for it. It's still a fun enough read.
How the Goblin King Stole Christmas: This is the one and only fic I'm truly proud of. Yes, a parody of the Grinch, and yes, done in rhyme. I love this story to itty bitty pieces and consider it my crowning achievement in fanfiction. Not that that's saying much.
Getting over the Goblin King: I amuse myself far too much, as I've said. I'm no songwriter and never will be, but I try my best. And warning: reading may cause you to have this tune stuck in your head for days.
What could have been a lovely JS story and What could have been a lovely JS Christmas story: Basically, a couple of (intentional) badfics with commentary from Jareth, Sarah, and yours truly. Good for a chuckle or two.
Jareth's Very Secret Diary: Oh come on, every fandom needs an ode to Cassie Claire's VSD series. This one's a popular fic and I really hope some day to add to it, if inspiration ever strikes.
Times Change, and we with Time: One of those serious fics. What can I say? It's got a lot of cliches and a homosexual relationship, which always gets some folks dander up. Not one of my personal favorites.
Lady Destiny vs. The Goblin King: Starring moi as my old alter-ego and where I got this penname. It's absurd and basically a blatant excuse for some self-insertation, but I wasn't quite able to bring myself to delete it. Please forgive me.
The Christmas Letter: Where the Christmas fic tradition started. It's trite, it's so sugary it should come with a warning for diabetics, and it has a chapter with unicorns and (again) a cameo from Lady Destiny. Read only when under the influence of intense Christmas cheer.
As the World FallsDown...again: I have -no- idea why so many people review this one, nor why they like it so much. Cliche ridden as usual with awful dialogue and a plot that does a complete one-eighty somewhere around the middle that will make sense to no one now that I've deleted my awful trilogy. But if you insist on reading it and find yourself confused, IM me on AOL instant messenger at SadisticLilFairy and I'll do my best to explain.
Labyfic writers+Peach Wine=Trouble, Part 1: I haven't read this in so long, I honestly don't remember much of what it's about, except that Nika (Nikajendayiuadjit) and I were total on some kind of sugar rush. Part 2 can be found under her screen-name. All I remember about that is something involving a life-size picture of the Goblin King naked except for a peach covering his...eh...you get the idea.
Admittedly, I'm my own worst critic and probably more than a little harsh on myself. So you can take what I say as seriously (or not) as you wish. Anyhow, hope you all have a lovely day.
Hugs and kisses,