January 3rd, 2012

love Aragorn

Fandom Snowflake challenge - Day one

Day 1 - In your own space, post a rec for at least three fanworks that you have created.

Tricky as I've written so many stories and it depends on my mood which are my favourites.

1. A Time to Reap
I've a soft spot for this novel as I combine themes from the Grail myths with Tolkien's world and it is the story that cements Aragorn and Faramir's father and son like relationship.

2. Carefully Taught
My current WIP in which I'm having great fun writing a friendly dragon

3.Shadows of Memory
This story was years in the writing and combines angst, humour and h/c, my favourite ingredients.
love Aragorn

Fandom Snowflake challenge - Day Two

Day 2 - In your own space, post a rec for at least three fanworks that you didn't create.

I could make a very long list here, but will limit myself to three

1. An old favourite, which is a wonderful fleshing out of my favourite moment in "Lord of the Rings."

The Falcon and the Star - Raksha the Demon


It is March 15, 3019. After the longest week in his life, Aragorn is called by Gandalf on an errand of mercy. One weary warrior meets another in the Houses of Healing and other, farther places; and their lives will never be the same. Most of the story (but not all) from Aragorn's POV. Some dialogue unavoidably quoted and paraphrased from Return of the King. Bookverse.

2.A recent story, which deserves more readers.

The Oliphant's Tale by Lady Branwyn

What happened to the oliphaunts who fought in the Battle of the Pelennor Fields?

3. Another Old favourite
Blossoms by Girl in the Red Jacket.