Author has written 10 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, and A song of Ice and Fire.
Fandoms: Narnia and ASOIAF. I love Middle-Earth as well, but there's already the LOTR, the Hobbit, the Silmarillion, the Unfinished Tales, the History of Middle-Earth...oh, the twelve volumes of it. Narnia and Westeros have a little more latitude.
A bit of background and information for my stories:
A Tale of Gold and Lead
May 1949: It started out as an idea based on: so many fics talk about Susan staying in Narnia. What would it be like for the others? Surely, without her 'motherly' influence, things would go wrong? But as I did some research I found that Margaret Thatcher was MP (Member of Parliament) for Finchley. That was so amazing for me that I had to write something built off of that. Could Peter have become Prime Minister if he survived? What could each of the others become? And how did their deaths affect others? This last question, besides "the problem of Susan," is, I believe, addressed far too little.
A New World: This provided me with the chance to bring together things I've often wondered about. What happened to the Telmarines nobility and people who stayed after Prince Caspian? Tirian is the only live Telmarine mentioned in the Last Battle. How was Narnia preserved, with none of what we call progress? Surely at least some of the Pevensies, coming from an industrialized land, would have tried to make changes? And what effect would a "modern," "progressive" viewpoint have on Narnia?
I made a couple trailers for it:
Only the Beginning of the Song: there's a scene in the movie “Zulu” I absolutely love where British soldiers, surrounded and outnumbered 4000 to 140, start singing the song "Men of Harlech." The song gives them the courage to face the last onslaught. I was watching that scene, with all the tension of waiting for the attack, and thought of what it would have felt for the Narnians, waiting for the Calmorene attack in the Last Battle. Everything just seemed to fit perfectly from there. The reference to Aslan's song was actually an idea from my awesome beta Petrevard, who noted that the story seemed like an echo of that part of Magician's Nephew. Frankly, after dealing with OCs and AU an movie-verse in A New World, it was a huge relief trying to fit Lewis's style and characterizations in this little story.
The Tragic Tale of Lord Peridan, A Mary Sue, and Four Monarchs- Just a bit of fun.
The Haggis- Ditto.
An Ode of Quotes and Haikus: While rereading a Feast For Crows, it struck me how much Loras Tyrell and the thousand men he threw away storming Dragonstone were mourned, but for the loyal rearguard who fought and died for Stannis there was barely a mention. Likewise, all those who followed Stannis north will likely find a footnote, at best, in future Westrosi annals. Even in our world, they are so easily forgotten. This is in their honor.
The Falcon Has Flown: Exploring how history could diverge from a tiny incident.
Not By Blind Fate: Written in response to S05E09. That is all.
Narnia: Edmund Pevensie, Susan Pevensie, Peridan, Jill Pole
ASOIAF: Stannis Baratheon, Shireen Baratheon, Bran Stark, Justin Massey, Kevan Lannister