LOTR/HOBBITDwarven affections, or; How to avoid to get caught from one for the rest of your live
- When they set their minds to it to catch you, they can be surprisingly sneaky! And what is worse, they have helping cousins, meddling friends under the royals and a mean possessive streak that makes all plans on escape pointless!After
- It's easy to be brave before. It's harder to be brave after.To Be Kings
- While in Rivendell, Thorin has an unexpected encounter with an intriguing young lad named Hope. Or, more specifically, Estel.An Unexpected Slumber Party
- The Company enjoys a carefree evening in Rivendell before facing the dangers that await them on the rest of their journey. There is music, beard-grooming, lettuce-roasting and chronicle-writing. Will even Thorin Oakenshield be able to relax and enjoy himself for a while?The Audacity of Youth
- Young Kili accidentally influences Dwarf politics in the way only a sleepy toddler can.Safe in My Arms
- Bilbo's exhaustion after being rescued by the Eagles does not go unnoticed by Thorin and Company.How to Handle Your Warg -- A Handbook by Bilbo Baggins
- Bilbo Baggins goes for a night walk, gains a rather unusual pet and brings new meaning to the words 'it followed me home, can I keep it'Wounds of Greatness
- Wiser men than Frodo Baggins and Gimli, Glóin’s son, have found that greater deeds often bring the touch of darkness too.' At dawn over Minas Tirith, Frodo and Gimli talk of shadows, heroes and greatness.Sacrifices
- Set after the Fellowship losing Gandalf in the mines of Moria. Frodo's thoughts and personal demons on display.Bilbo Baggins: Frying Pan Wielder
- Bilbo Baggins was about as fightening as a baby rabbit, that was to say: not at all. Or at least, that is what Thorin Oakenshield had thought up until that night... The dwarf had worried before over how the hobbit would fare when they reached the mountain, now he wasn't sure who he should fear more for: the burglar or the dragon.Young Thorin
- A set of one-shots about Thorin as he growns into the dwarf he is now.
FAIRY TALESFlapper Boy
- A reinterpretation of "Donkeyskin" set in 1920s Paris. In the Jazz Age and a time of liberation, how does the story change?
NORTHANGER ABBEYNorthanger Abbey: a Short Story
- A short story written for my English Literature class on Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey.
HARDY BOYS/NANCY DREWCodes and Signals
- A coded phone call from Frank to Nancy leads both detectives to reevaluate their relationship.