Author has written 48 stories for Daria, Garfield, Emperor's New Groove, Misc. Movies, The Music Man, and Guys and Dolls.
Salutations, reader, and welcome to my profile! :-)
(You can also find me on Archive of Our Own under the pen name MarianneGreenleaf.)
I am the author formerly known as Morfiwien Greenleaf. After a great deal of consideration, I have decided to change my pen name to something a bit more pronounceable, without sacrificing too much of the name recognition I've built up over the years. The new pseudonym was inspired by Marianne Dashwood.
I am a writer in my personal and professional life, and I especially enjoy dabbling in fanfiction. I tend to write fanfic for eclectic, lesser-known fandoms: If there isn't enough fanfic out there, I feel driven to create some, so I'll have something to read!
My reading interests span several fandoms, but when it comes to writing, my main fandoms are The Music Man (1962 film version, but the beauty of it is you can imagine whichever actors you want in most of my fics!) and, to a lesser extent, Guys and Dolls.
For those who are inclined to wade through the sheer number of Music Man fics in the MG Universe and would like to read them in some semblance of order, you might find this segmented chronology helpful:
Building a Life Together: The Courtship of Marian Paroo
Walking the mostly-straight and a bit-wider-than-narrow might just prove to be Harold Hill’s biggest challenge yet. As he and Marian Paroo explore their burgeoning relationship and weather the bumpy road of courtship, they discover true love isn’t exactly the fairytale ending portrayed in Marian’s beloved books. But as their love for one another continues to grow, the music professor and librarian realize their romance is far better than any fiction.
(available as an e-book - FREE)
Falling in Love
The Day After
Everyone Loves a Parade
Roses and Moonlight
Being in Love
The Sadder But Wiser Girl
One More Day
An Impromptu Stroll
A Change of Heart
Building a History Together: Marriage and Children
After four months of not-so-patiently waiting, Harold Hill and Marian Paroo have finally tied the knot. As they draw even closer through happy moments and misunderstandings, the Hills revel in their love for one another, and when Marian surprises Harold with the news that he is going to be a father, they eagerly set about planning for a future with their new child. But when Fate blesses them with not one child, but two, the bombastic professor and well-ordered librarian soon discover that being the parents of vivacious and mischievous twin daughters will forever change them – and for the better.
Wedding Day Jitters
Welcome Home, Mrs. Hill
Wherever a Snowball Hit
Scandalously in Love
Triumph of the Early Bird
To Be Alone With You
The New Arrival
I Only Have Eyes for You
The Waking of Briar-Rose
A Man Could Sing It
A Long Lost Cause
The Forgivable Sin
The Future is Bright: Paris and Beyond
After over a decade, Harold Hill and Marian Paroo are still as much in love as ever. But because the course of true love never runs smooth, whether a couple is in the first flush of courtship or fifteenth year of marriage, the bombastic music professor and strait-laced librarian's relationship is continually tested and strengthened as they navigate life's ups and downs together, taking a long-awaited second honeymoon to Paris, parenting two precocious daughters on the cusp of adolescence, weathering intimacy inhibitions and an unwanted infatuation, helping dear friends find love - and welcoming a new and entirely unexpected little bundle of joy into their family!
Harold Gets Laryngitis (in progress)
A Fair Compromise
Two to Tango
Remembering River City
A Man Could Sing It, Part Two (in progress)
The Paris Experiment
Mistletoe and Memories
When Harold Met Dolly: A Music Man - Hello, Dolly! Crossover (in progress)
Some Rain Must Fall
From Spinster to Wife
The Dead Stay With Us
Reunited (in progress)
"Missing" Scenes: Canon and Fanon
Affectionate Parodies and Crossovers
The Music Man: Condensed!
River City Classifieds (a joint fic with Emery Saks)
(Psst... if you'd like to check out my original fiction, I also have an account on FictionPress under the pen name Emily Dashwood.)