This is highly fascinating. I would encourage you to continue writing mysteries like this! You're almost as good as Arthur C. Doyle!
Author's Response: Wow, I'm flattered -- I'd love to write as entertainingly as he did. This was inspired by the Teitho challenge prompt "Whodunnit", and I bet you'd love the other stories written for it.
Author's Response: Well, Aragorn is such a strong warrior that he can defend himself even in his sleep. ;)
Thuringwethil is the least of Sofia's problems...
At Cleveland's Hellmouth the Vampire Slayers Sofia and Vi fight a fell beast but when the malicious creature goes through a portal Sofia goes with it. Landing in Middle Earth she is found by the Rangers who are accompanied by Arwen and the Sons of Elrond on a journey to Lothlórien. They discover a devious plan by the Dark Lord Sauron to resurrect his ancient minion, Thuringwethil, who was the First Vampire. Now it is up to Sofia and her new comrades to prevent that from happening.
Which is more complicated than it should be; thanks to a love affair with an elf, an evil sorcerer who stole the body of her former husband, interfering Valar, and more drama than a telenovela...
Verrry...interesting. I'm keeping an eye on this one. I personally have my own Hispanic character, so it's fun to read some of the words in Spanish. Keep going. One of the most fascinating crossovers I've read so far.
Author's Response: Why thank you Katrina Mae! I'm so glad you enjoy it :D Spanish is mi vida so i love incorportating it into Sofia's story. Please continue reading, I have the next 4 chapters already written and are currently just proofing.
Stunningly plaintive anaphora and choice of words. You captured a lot in three short free-verse stanzas. Personally, I'm partial to reading free verse. Very vivid images created in the reader's mind.
Author's Response: Thanks!