Author has written 3 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Legend of the Seeker.
I am happy to be a part of this world of FanFiction! I have been an avid reader here for awhile, but hopefully I can contribute a variety of good writing/different stories... when I have the chance! We're all here on a journey... one that should be constructive yet amicable... it helps us develop better literary sense overall. I believe these are some good guidelines to remember: If you like something REVIEW! Also thank people who review and favorite your work!
I love SO many different genres. I sincerely believe the ARTS, help to enrich the very fabric of our world.
Peace & Lv,
PS: My favorites ARE my favorites, some of the best I have found. I click favorite sparingly and with forethought... so if you want to wander through my favorite stories and authors, KNOW that you can prepare to enjoy!! Once I find something I like... I love gathering my favorite things! I'm passionate!
Introductions to My Favorites: *
So difficult to choose, I like a lot of them for different reasons! Scroll through them, discover the lost ones . . . Obviously I do love my Lord of the Rings tales . . . but my tastes reach far and wide!!
I really like a good Eowyn story. Her AU pairings with Legolas in "Comfort" and "In the Wind" are a must if you like them together. Another haunting gem of a story NOT to be missed is the unusual, beautiful relationship of Eowyn and Haldir in "tertia (walking backwards)"
"No Secrets Between Us," depicts Eowyn and Faramir's healing, transcendent love so very richly. There is also a similar shorter story "The Path Now Taken"
For comic relief check out the priceless, laugh-inducing parody "Lawd of Them Hills". Need I say more? Because it ended so abruptly and strangely many years ago, I have considered doing some sort of sequel... but ONLY if I felt I could truly do it ANY justice!
"A Rose Among the Briars" is masterful a Boromir centered AU worthy of a novel! So luxurious and detailed.
"Someday and Beyond" and "Remember" feature memorable pairings between Legolas and Lothiriel.
"The People of the Stars" (featuring Legolas and Gimli)
"Seven Stones and Seven Stars and One White Tree"
"Across the Universe" is chillingly simple and profound. Along with "Cerin Amroth..."
"Undomean" is a piece of lost art.
I also obviously . . . enjoy my Lloyd Alexander drabble pieces! "On a Weaver's Loom", "Images in a Bauble" and "Hundreds of Words" are absolutely exquisite.
"Pianoforte" is a sweet Sense and Sensibility story!! (Now updated!)
I also have two redeeming Snape stories that are incredibly well-written... (Harry Potter) "What He Deserved" and "Grave Business."
"Last Memories of a Beech" is a raw, simple . . . but all the more compelling portrait of a dryad in the eroding forest. (Chronicles of Narnia "The Last Battle" time frame)
And I love the poem: "The Ballad of Azhure"(Wayfarer Redemption Series)
"Home" is in a word... epic. One I followed ruthlessly! "Far Among The Ancient Trees" is also such a sensual piece. It really brings to life nature and Kahlan and Richard's feelings. And "Unleashed" was sadly too short! If you have not seen Legend of the Seeker, give it a try. It is great fun, and worth seeing for the angsty love plot, awesome costumes, and riveting fight sequences! Long Live the Seeker!! :)
All my Favorite Authors are AMAZING!
But the following have a little unique draw . . .
My current story (in progress) is a Lord of the Rings saga (end and post Ringwar) of multi-layered elements. (The Hands of the Healer) A mix of AU and canon, it is a humanized homage to the worlds and peoples created by Tolkien, and my absolute favorite elements there. Expect unexpected intrigue, friendship and love between characters like Eowyn, Faramir, Beregond, Lothiriel, Eomer, and Legolas.
Will be updating whenever I can! ;) Things must come at the right time.
My first Legend of the Seeker tale is "Morning" inspired from the episode "Light"... it is complete...
My short drabble-fic "Light Reflecting- (light)" is also complete. A and E pairing (LOTR), simple, melodic musings...
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