Author has written 40 stories for Silmarillion, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Leverage, Supernatural, Friday Night Lights, Game of Thrones, and A song of Ice and Fire.
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In some circles I'm know as Ali Kat, including the Twitter world (AliKat_7), MySpace (ali.kat), Facebook, YouTube (TheOriginalAliKat) and Leverage fandom -. I post all my fanfic at that LJ (except my LOTR/Silmarillion fanfic which is on here; ) as well as my graphics and animations, and all fandoms fanvideo.
I run the fansite for Aldis Hodge (Hardison on Leverage/Jake on Supernatural/Voodoo on FNL, etc) Aldis is teh awesome!. Check it out!
'Age of the Geek Baby. We run the world.' Hardison, Leverage
Also the fansite for Clayne Crawford -
I began writing Leverage fanfic in April 2010. It all started when I started going through withdrawals from the show. I started writing an Eliot/OFC. I have a sequel planned plus there has been a Parker/Hardison one shot that snuck in there. I write what the muses tell me to write. And the muse is fond of Eliot, as well as Hardison and Parker! Now I'm writing a Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire fic because I became obsessed with that show. My muse has ADHD. Lord help me.
'That's twenty pounds of crazy in a five pound bag.' Eliot Spencer, Leverage
Stories in Process:
Game of Thrones:
The Wind Itself Was Their Song: Joffrey allows Ned Stark to take the black but keeps Sansa in King's Landing as his hostage. The Starks decide they won't let a false king take away what's rightfully theirs and unites the North with Renly Baratheon to change their future. Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons are looking for an alliance in Westeros and finds one unexpectedly. Pairings will be added as they happen so as not to spoil
Nothing Burns Like the Cold: *Sequel to A Lion in Winter* The war continues to weigh heavily on Robb and Deirdre as Jon faces his own hardships. Winter is coming and nothing burns like the cold. *Book Spoilers for A Sword of Storms/TV Spoilers for Season 3* Book Verse AU - Robb/OFC, Jon/OFC
Revenge Comes Calling: Sequel to Rattle Snake Smile (M - Eliot/OFC) When Eliot warned Katie about his past, she really didn't think it would affect their future. Unfortunately for her and the rest of the team, one of the team's previous encounters decides it's time they pay.
She Talks to Angels: (T - Parker/surprise pairing) Parker impulsively steals something that ends up having supernatural effects on the team, bringing the Winchester brothers into their life as well as a certain angel.
Friday Night Lights:
Bruised but not Broken: (M - Tim/OFC)Future fic after S5 Tim Riggins is trying to rebuild his life in the town he once loved. He just doesn't know how to heal when he's constantly reminded how far he fell. Tim/OFC Teen for now but will be M eventually
I try to update as often as I can. But I work full time, go to school at night, run websites, make fanvideos, and have serious ADHD problems (Bipolar doesn't help that out either). Therefore, I go through phases where I will update ALOT, then, I will have writers block for awhile. I usually return! I only have one WIP (the Harry Potter fic Sin With a Grin) that will not been finished because no one was reading it and I just lost interest in it myself. lol
I do intend to finish Paradox of the Fourth Age one day because I still love it hardcore and it was my epic LOTR story. I still have the outline and ending for the story, so I just need to get back into the LOTR groove at some point and finish it but please don't email asking me for updates. I can't help what happened. -_-
The Lord of the Rings Days
As Alassante - I wrote Het only Lord of the Rings fanfiction since November 2004. I also started dabbling in Silmarillion fiction in 2005. I am a huge fan of the House of Finwe - all those naughty ones: Feanor, Curufin, Caranthir, Celegorm, Celebrimbor, Maeglin, plus the not so naughty ones like Fingolfin. I also love Glorfindel, Elrohir, and Elladan. I am a huge Noldork (fan of Noldo elves)
All of my stories are posted on Open Scrolls Archive (OSA) and some are on Stories of Arda (SoA), Silmarillion Writer's Guild (SWG), Fanfiction.net, HASA, Naice a Nilme, and my Writing Live Journal. All of my awards are posted on my LJ if interested -
Open Scrolls Archive (OSA)
Alassante's Tolkien Writing Live Journal
Update: Sadly, I have left the Lord of the Rings fandom now. I didn't plan on it - it was due to some personal reasons and bad events in that fandom. After awhile, the wank got to be too much and I decided to move on for my own mental health. I do intend to finish Paradox some day but I don't know when that will be. I'm sorry to everyone who was following that story. Like I said, it wasn't an intentional thing and it was a difficult decision to make.
Policies and beliefs about fanfiction!
Flames are bad. I don't give them and I've never had a flame knock on wood because I started out writing on sites that didn't allow it. Coming here was an eye opener but I have been blessed to not have been flamed, which is good since I don't like fire overly much. I think flaming is childish, mean, and doesn't help the writer at all. If the writer doesn't want help, you can't exactly force it on them. You just have to overcome the urge to lash out and click the box to close the fiction. I'm a pro at that! If I don't like it, back button! You should never read things you generally don't like to begin with. If you don't like slash, don't read it. Don't like hobbits - don't read hobbit stories, etc etc. I think it takes a better person to not flame someone even if you feel they deserve it. Its a whole 'Jedi rising above it' thing I guess. Who knows. I've never flamed or been flamed but I've seen the results of flaming and its just uncalled for, especially when it gets too personal. If the story you're reading makes you want to gouge your eyes out, you need to stop reading it. To be safe - you might want to turn off the PC for a few hours because you're getting too immersed in the virtual world.
Reviews on the other hand are GOOD. Everytime you post you wait for reviews. If they don't come and you see by the hit count that people are reading the story, you assume they don't like it and are just trying to be nice by not saying. So even if you just say 'good job' or 'I like this but I wish you'd stop doing such-and-such...' its better than silence.
Not all OFCs are Mary Sues. Just because I have a female character in a story falling in love with one of the Imladris twins does NOT make her a Mary Sue. But you will never see me jumping up and down saying my character isn't a Mary Sue because I hate it when other people do that. Read my fiction - decide for yourself. If you like it - does it matter if she's a Mary Sue or not? If she makes you roll your eyes so hard that it makes your brain bleed, then its best you stop reading it immediately. ;)
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