Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter, A song of Ice and Fire, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
If you enjoy my writing, you can find me on various other places!
My Discord can be found at discord . gg / 7D7dWjzKac
My website can be found at alltheblankcanvas . com - All my writing can be found here!
My Twitter is @MjBradley77, do give me a follow if you're interested, I follow back!
How everything works!
I post my fanfiction for free on here, on my website, and on Ao3 as well. If you're part of my discord server, you get early access to at least one chapter.
All my fanfiction becomes available for free. There's no permanent paywall.
A Cadmean Victory - My Harry Potter piece, now complete.
A Cadmean Victory Remastered - The hopefully much-improved reworked version of the above!
A Cadmean Victory Remastered Audiobook - The audiobook version of the above, complete with the exclusive prequel chapter!
A Taste of Ismenian Water Epilogue Version - The epilogue to the original A Cadmean Victory.
A Taste of Ismenian Water Lethe's Lament - The first part of the sequel to A Cadmean Victory, to be released following my remaster's completion. There are several more parts to follow it!
A Canvas of Crowns - My A Song of Ice and Fire piece - sadly, this piece has as much chance of reaching the ending as Viserion does.
A Spoonful of Sugar - Harry/Fleur. A little softer. A little sweeter.
A Pocket Full of Posies - A post-war Harry/Tonks short piece.
This is the bit I really love.
The Shadow of the Moon:
An original fantasy piece and work in progress. Available on my web-site to my patrons, save for the first chapter which is free-to-view. Do check it out if you fancy! I'll leave a catchy-ish blurb below to try and tempt you!
The brightest lights cast the deepest shadows. The corrupted paradise of Aedyn spreads its hegemony beneath a six-crowned flag; its tyranny borne on the blade of its First Swords, unmatchable warriors of unnatural prowess. Those that dare to resist fight a desperate struggle, searching for some way to defeat the undefeatable.
Ilerwe, youngest daughter of the King of Thuun, is smuggled from her besieged city. Refusing to flee, she gambles her life on finding the only one rumoured to have ever defeated a First Sword, the Shadow of the Moon. But instead of a legendary warrior and champion, she finds Athion, travelling peddler of magical stones. Together, they seek to save her kingdom from Aedyn's grasp and bring an end to its tyranny.
But paradise lost is not so easily regained and the moon's shadow is as dark as any other.
The Burning Star:
If you liked A Canvas of Crowns, this is what happened to all the bits I liked after I had to give up on it. The prologue's actually based upon the death of everyone's favourite Targaryen, albeit tweaked. It also has a catchy-ish blurb, more ish than catchy in this case, I fear, but nobody likes writing things like these!
The Bright Day has come. Magic returns to a world that has all but forgotten it. The Order of the Magii rejoices, for their prophesied chosen child will usher them from the cruel misrule of Hakon Fyrro, the Pale Jarl, and into into a world of peace and light. Yet, with their hope come evil omens. The once-banished Devourers stir in the wilderness, eager to restore their pantheon to supremacy and plunge everyone back into the mythic Dark World. The magii know only the chosen child can stop them, but where there ought to be one born with the power to defeat the Devourers, there're two, and not even the Ancient, their leader, knows which is the prophesied victor.
Sasyo Ahant, giftless and outcast, is forced from the safety of the Magii's libraries into a divided, chaotic world for fear of influencing the twin girls marked for greatness. To survive, he must become everything the Order of the Magii told him he was not. And always he dreams of the Screaming Man upon his crimson stair into the heavens. And he knows, deep down, that his part to play isn't done.
I saved the best until last. This is the first novel in my primary project and the first thing I've finished in my more developed writing style, so if there's any one piece of my original work you want to try, I'd start with this one! It's available as an Ebook and hopefully The Theatre of the Worldbreaker, the sequel, will be available soon as well. Naturally, I have another lovely summary!
The Heart-Tree, shrine to the goddess of life, stands at the centre of the world-fragment she defends, but beyond its protective reach, darkness has begun to stir. Anastagus the Truthseeker, once among the noblest of the Heart-Tree's guardians, has fallen to the sway of the Spider Goddess, and in her name, seeks the ruination of all he once defended.
For Azaki, orphan and outcast of the Spider Goddess’ Clan of the Webbed Pit, this brings the chance for he and his sworn friends to prove themselves worthy of the clan's favour after years of scraping by on its fringes. Under the command of Anastagus’ mad Companion, Cogodakus, he and those others offered up as tribute warriors by their clans will raid their way south through the sacred groves of the Heart-Tree Goddess and seize glory.
However, Azaki’s misfortune sees him injured and left for dead in the ashes of a sacred grove by the sworn friends from his clan. Discovered there by his clan's ancient foes, and now wielding their strange power, he finds there is less to hate in soft, southern lands than he dreamt there'd be.
Yet Anastagus comes south regardless, and Azaki is still bound to his service.