- Grey's Anatomy (1)
30 Apr 2019
Daryl's mama once told him something that he never really appreciated while she was alive. When stuff got bad, she'd look at him with that exhausted half-smile on her face and crouch down so that she was eye-level with his much shorter self. "Honey? At some point- something's gotta give. You just gotta be sure that when it does, you're strong enough to handle what happens next."
Smart lady, his mama.
After they lose Beth, the decision to keep surviving is hard. It takes everything they've got to keep going.
And the funny thing was? When Daryl faltered, Rick always seemed to be right there to pick him back up.
This is a story of how far you have to fall before you can make it back up again, and of the people who make it all worthwhile.
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08 Aug 2020
28 Jun 2020
The year is T.A. 2931, ten years before the Quest for Erebor. Travelling back to Ered Luin with a small company of dwarves, Thorin Oakenshield is laid low by a poisoned wound in his shoulder. Desperate for aid, and shunned by the other races, his fellow dwarves turn to the only person willing to help: a wandering elvish healer named Ithilrian. After healing Thorin, and rather embarrassingly falling head-over-heels in love with him, she asks to become one of his travelling companions. Oblivious to the turmoil he’s stirred up within her, Thorin begrudgingly agrees; and so a long journey begins.
Or: the story of how an elf-maid fell in love with a dwarf lord, and all the fun of a slow-burn interspecies romance (where both species are supposed to historically hate one another). This story opens a little while before The Hobbit is set, but don’t worry; we’ll find our way into movie-canon soon. Then the fun will really begin…
Bellethiel is a she-elf who has lived a long life. Along with this life has come many trials and suffering. She has a dark and mysterious past that is some how linked to the greatest Kingdom of Middle-earth: Erebor. But what would happen when a certain grey wizard stops her in her travels and invites her on a journey she will never forget. How will the she-elf and dwarf king react to one another once they meet? Will they hate each other because of racial differences or will there be hope in a dark place for the she-elf and dwarf king?
- Part 1 of The Rebel
06 Aug 2020
"Not for the first time, Thorin cursed Smaug for bringing chaos, death, and danger into his life. Retaking Erebor would not erase painful memories of the past, nor would slaying Smaug, but at least destroying the dragon could pave the way to a more secure future. If there was a chance that his children could live in a world free from the fear of dragon fire, a world in which Erebor and Dale were restored to their former glory, Thorin was willing to fight to the death to make that happen."
King Thorin Oakenshield and Queen Alaisia restored prosperity to their people by revitalizing the abandoned kingdom of Dvergatal in the Blue Mountains. However, the memory of the firestorm that ravaged their homeland lingers in their minds, and both Dwarves yearn to return to the home that they were forced to flee. When Gandalf shares his concerns that the evil Necromancer and his Orc army might seek an alliance with Smaug, Thorin and Alaisia gather a company of Dwarves to reclaim Erebor.
Sequel to A Journey of Light and Shadow; takes place immediately before and during The Hobbit.
This can definitely be read as a standalone work! There's a recap of a few details from the previous story in the end notes for Chapter 1.
- Part 2 of A New Day will Come
08 Aug 2020
Bilbo had raised his daughter to be a proper, respectable Baggins: Polite, friendly, a good cook...But, like her father, she had Took blood running through her veins that left her quietly wishing for some sort of excitement to happen in her life. When Thorin and his Company arrive at Bag End, she gets her wish and signs a contract, becoming the fifteenth member of the Company. But she soon learns that not all adventures are fun and games like the fairytales Bilbo read her as a child--some are dangerous, frightening, and heartbreaking.