Jun. 3rd, 2011

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One of my guilty pleasures is following the reader stats for my stories on FF.net. Not because my writing has a huge audience (because it doesn't), but because the usage patterns can be so odd and because it's interesting to see where the readers live. Recently, I had my first ever reader from "Iran, Islamic Republic"! Male or female, I wonder?
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Time for some shameless self-promotion. :)
The following are eligible for nomination. I wasn't planning to publish a list, but I am overwhelmed and astounded by how much I wrote over the last year. Very prolific for me.

The Deserter's Just Deserts
When a deserter from the army of Rohan is captured in Ithilien, Faramir finds that his wife is strangely troubled by the Rider's plight.

The Hands of the King
"The Pyre of Denethor" with a different twist. Alternate universe, inspired by a visit to a huge exhibit of medieval reliquaries and relics this afternoon.

Beruthiel's Kittens
During the Siege of Minas Tirith, the healers are not the only ones tending to the wounded. OCs and unconscious Faramir.

Guarding the Heedless Folk
Written for the 2008 "Six Days of Spooky Challenge" at the Spooky_Arda LiveJournal Community. When a man disappears, the Breefolk reluctantly enlist the aid of an untried ranger. OCs, Halbarad, Aragorn. PG for violence.

The Robin's Tale
How the least of Lord Denethor's servants came to his defense. Written for the "White Tree" challenge at the LiveJournal lotr_community. Many thanks to just_ann_now for beta-reading.


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