Author has written 7 stories for Star Wars, Dragon Age, and Mass Effect.
Still working on the ending. And the reunions. And the explosions. I would love to go back and complete the next Oblivion chapter (about half done) but I swore to myself I'd get the Memory one done first. It's a big'un. Maybe not in length but in significance.
I am hard at work (and have been for what seems like months... because it has been months) on the next update. Getting near the end there's a lot of plotlines to tie up, and a lot of, "oh, I'm gonna do this thing and it will be awesome..." and then it does not seem as awesome until I rewrite it a few times. So bear with me.
A few (updated) notes on Memory, the behemoth that I began in 2004, on a whim, because my bad novel was bad, and I just discovered KoTOR and a love for Star Wars. (I came late to loving Star Wars, having never really recovered from my reaction to Darth Vadar being Luke's father, which I thought was a total retcon even at age
Little did I know then the allure of long-lost relatives, retconning, and plot contrivance... but, oh, would I learn.
Q: It's long. Why is so long?
A: The tale, as they say, grew in the telling. Approach it as a trilogy. There are a few arcs, a few progressions that lead to the next, but also have their stopping points.
Chapters 1-27 are the first part, let's call them, "Discovery," in which the mindwiped Dark Lord rediscovers her past
Chapters 28-45 could be called, 'Consequences,' in which the mindwiped Dark Lord sees the true fallout from her past
Chapters 46-? could be called 'Showdown,' in which the mindwiped Dark Lord faces down the Big Bad(s) from her past
I am STILL very committed to finishing this after my more-than-a-decade-long hiatus. I've written the epilogue (subject to change) and the penultimate scene before the conclusion (subject to revision). I'm having a lot of fun, even with the depressing bits. Hopefully you, dear readers, are too. My rough estimate at this time is it will be done around chapter 70...ish.
Q: What's Oblivion?
A: The prequel to Memory, based on the actual game Knights of the Old Republic. If you'd like to see my version of THOSE events, that's where I'd start. Working on it too, but there are some bits of Memory I need to sort out before I work on the next part. Oblivion came into being because the amazing ether-fanfic and I were speculating what could happen in a verse where everyone kept recognizing the amnesiac Revan...
Ether wrote an amazing one-shot, which I highly recommend, called "Face of a Sith Lord." Me, I started another... really long thing.