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Favorite genres: Romantic fantasy, Fantasy of manners, High fantasy, Romance, and Xenofiction, Noblebright proudly...
And someties, for some reason, also Grimbright colorful innocent looking Fairytales draped in Wonder, which get progressively coated in mists of Mystery, while spiced up with either heart-pounding Thriller, gentle D/s, or Tragic gothic undertones.
The rare few contemporary fiction she wrote ended up as Slipstream under a generous layer of humor and tongue-in-cheek references, before half of them were cruched under the unforgiving heel of her boredom. Attempts at science-fiction all ended up with too many psychological or fantasy themes to still qualify. So daybright fantasy it is.
Fanfiction: About 60 fanfiction in two languages total.
— Mostly Legend of Zelda (SS, OoT, HW)
— Also Fire Emblem (RD) centered on Heron Laguz lore.
— Has scribbled a few many SF novellas involving AIs, none posted here.
— And tons of other stuff in various fandoms you can find on the FFnet, PFcom, and A3O links.
Original works: Currently writing a series of epic fantasy feminist xenofiction set in an original world.
The Songs Of Den Essyl.
There dwell multi-gendered dryads (imagine high elves with no nose, huge irises and vegetal hair) humans, godly trees and earth golems, all sharing a world where hard magic is intertwined with spiritualism. Most stories are from the point of view of the dryads who struggles with their double-edged magic while weaving complicated schemes to survive from an unwhanted host of humans.
The Last Mortals of Den Onhum is the third independent book, and the first written in English. This one features the friendship between an immortal dryad lord and a poor young man. In the mix are action, racism, politics, xeno traditions, a peculiar form of telepathy and a mean amount of moirallegiance courting.
Yes, it sounds like Bard/Thranduil material from The Hobbit. Yet, I can assure you that this one has a distinctive taste.
So, 25'000 words long for this one so far and about 25'000 more to go by filling in some blanks and smoothing out things... Given the length, it's going to need about two betareaders before being published...
Huge fan of Zeldanime and of Staff of Gamelon doing a great job revisiting the CGI games and building something awesome!
—> [LLAMAS]: Would be happy if you sent one back. But don't feel obligated.
—> [FAVS]: Please don't thank her for the fav... There is simply no need. Through she'd love it if you commented or croticized a story or a stamp, instead. Thanks for your beautiful art!
In fact, all hidden comments on my profile here are those who had a "Thank you for the fav" without anything else in them. I hope that hiding them doesn't offense anyone as it's only the product of my compulsive need for minimalism.
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