Author has written 7 stories for Teen Titans.
My Art: kthunter.deviantart.com Not a busy account, but I do post some cosplay and needlework photos there
Twitter: @KTHunter_Author Probably my busiest account
Tumblr: My blog - some actual writing, lots of reposts of Loki & Teen Titans
I just posted a "Six Degrees of Tom Hiddleston Recommended Reading List" on my tumblr blog. It's just a fun list of books on which his movies are based AND those books and people mentioned in his movies.
I try to reply to all reviews. However, I am unable to send replies on "guest" reviews. Guest reviews are welcome, and I thank you for them! I just regret that I cannot reply personally. But if you send one... THANKS SO MUCH!!! HUGGLE! I love reviews!
Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fic:
Thorverse: "The House of Loki" The first chapter was published on 2/20/2014. Updates are planned, but I have no regular schedule for them. This is a new sandbox for me, so please forgive me if I get some of the canon wrong. For the moment, my main source is the MCU movie canon. As of right now, I will not include any Agents of SHIELD (i.e., Lorelei) storylines, as I just haven't watched the show. I don't have cable, even for normal network TV.
I have collected some inspirational images for this story. These are pictures that sparked my imagination and led me to create the realm of Eddaheim mentioned in the little blurb in the first chapter. If you'd like to take a look at some of those images, here is the link:
If you have a Pinterest account, you are more than welcome to follow these boards.
Mythological References: "The Norse Myths" by Kevin Crossley-Holland. This is one of my favorite collections of Norse myths. The author combined multiple sources, including Snorri's eddas, and blended them into a very readable narrative. There are plenty of notes in the back pages that provide additional information on his sources. The relationships between the characters (Thor/Loki/Odin/Frigga) are very different in the myths than in the movies. I highly recommend you read about the original myths if the movies piqued your interest in mythology at all. The MCU is its own animal, very loosely based on the real myths.
I also recommend taking a peek at Bulfinch's Mythology, which you can read online here (as it is public domain): It contains a nice summary of the Norse myths as well as Greek & Roman myths and stories from Arthurian legend. There are also Legends of Charlemagne in its pages. I found a nice bound copy at Barnes & Noble for a good price, and it has lots of beautiful illustrations.
Names - I tried to use as many "Viking"-style names as possible for my original characters, except for the ones from Midguard. Also, for some of the "other" Nine Realms characters, I used names based on the convention in recent issues of "Thor: God of Thunder", especially the light elves and dwarves. For example, we will meet a light elf of Alfheim with the rather unfortunate name of Tickseed Sunflower. Yes, it's the name of an actual flower in real life.
Except for the dark elves, who already had established names (Algrim, Malekith), we haven't heard many names of other races in the MCU. So I took some liberties.
Chapter 2 reference to The Casket of Ancient Winters
Chapter 11 reference to catching arrows - the TV Tropes web site
Chapter 11 reference to Asterix comics
Chapter 11 references to the books Loki read in Thor 2 , suggested to me by tumblr user Eva Keniva
Teen Titans fic:
"Twilight Child" Story arc so far (links appear below my profile):
"Stair Luge Samurai" - fluffy one shot, but still in TC continuity
"Coyote", the real part 3 -- Be sure to check out the wonderful illustration done by SparkyX for Chapter 21 of "Coyote" at
Hiding-daisy on deviantArt has completed her commission for me, and I absolutely love it. This is for chapter 20. The image was too large to fit on the scanner, but I was able to scan the heart of the picture:
"He Thinks He's Elvis" - posted May 2007. This one was written out of order. It happens before "Nadir" but was finished long after.
"Nadir" - posted June 2006
"Dawn Child" - posting began January 2008, ongoing for now. I am posting this one a chapter at a time, and it's been slow. UPDATE 2/20/2014: I do plan to finish this at some point!!!!!
This story arc breaks continuity with the DC Universe at TT #20. This means that Speedy (Mia) is not on the team at this point. This arc also ignores the events of Infinite Crisis and pretty much anything that happens after the Red Dress Incident in #20.
Long-time reader and comic book fan, old school geek, currently a housewife and aspiring science fiction writer who likes to indulge in her fanfic writing habit every now and then.
I guess it is pretty obvious that I am a huge Raven fanatic, whether it is her comic book incarnation or her cartoon incarnation.
I am also a huge supporter of BBRae -- although in the original series I never would have even dreamed of these two getting together. When I saw their silhouetted embrace in issue 12 of the current series, my jaw hit the floor. Then I realized, hey, these 2 are perfect complements for each other. It could work. I hope that the writers aren't just teasing us with this. I'd really like to see them get together. I don't think I'm alone in that, either. I have read a lot of really good BBRae fanfic out there!
I love the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially MCU Loki. I really appreciate the enormous effort that the actors put into their characters to bring them to life. It is great to be taken that seriously as a reader. I am looking forward to the upcoming Captain America 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy. Who doesn't love a heavily armed raccoon?
Current reading list:
Comics: Loki: Agent of Asgard and Thor: God of Thunder, as well as the new Black Widow series.
Unfortunately, I have pretty much given up on the New 52 Teen Titans. They are so far from the Wolfman/Perez team (and even the Geoff Johns team) that I am just not interested in reading it any more. If they reboot the team later, I will give it a try.
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