I am an author of the Inheritance Cycle, Harry Potter and Lord of the Ring fan fictions. I am a member in four different websites with different names (unintentionally, usually forced by circumstances): AiedailWing in FanFiction.Net;
Eärillë in Stories of Arda; wind rider in here (Lord of the Rings FanFictions); and wind rider in Shurtugal Fan Fiction. I post my fics around (mostly the Lord of the Rings ones) in hope of getting various comments from various readers unique to each site, not because I am too lazy to create new fics for each site...
Books: the Cronicals of Narnia, the Inheritence Cycle series, the Harry Potter series, the Lord of the Ring series, the Silmarillion, the Hobbit, the Spiderwig series, the Five Famous series, the Alchemist (by Paulo Cuelho).
Food: cheese corn, fried potatoes (french fries), corn soup.
Drinks: Ireish whiskey, chocolate, Coca-Cola, cool water, sugared milk, yogurt.
Fruits: durian, salak, mango, apple, strawberry.
Flowers: roses, edelweiss.
Films: the Lord of the Rings (all), Narnia (all), Harry Potter (all), the Delta Force (all).
Name: (I don't really like my real one, and this is my nickname) Rey
Birth: October 15th, 1987
Current occupation: student of Atma Jaya Catholic University in Jakarta, majoring education minoring English, currently finishing up undergraduate essay
Hobbies: too many, but all revolve around nature and creative writing
Hopes and desires: travelling all around my country and the world, being a well-paid translator, being a well-known author
I will post news here also when I have the time or when I have any info to share. :) Until then, see you around!
Hermione Granger is pulled unexpectedly to a place she does not recognise, with races and languages she does not understand and has never seen or heard before... How does she cope with it? And with her miseries on top?
In which fifteen-year-old Harry Potter and fifteen-year-old Curufinwë Fëanáro dreamt a strange dream indeed.
And they agreed that life is entirely too fond of circles. . . .
(Editted as of 23rd June 2010)
Is a second chance at life always favourable? Harry did not really think so. But what could he do, anyway? It helps that he was beyond the ordinary sorts anywhere he ended up… does it not?
Nominated for MEFAwards 2010.
A collection of drabbles. To be a companion piece to my story Crystal Green. Mainly Harry's point of view. Ratings may vary.
1: Fire: Poor Harry brings a trouble upon himself... again.
In nearly every home, its dwellers have rooms, items or nooks special for themselves. It is no different even with the greatest of the Valar, Manwë and Varda. These are five features of their home most beloved by the couple with their various reasons.
A peak into Ringil’s private life: her resting arrangements, her family, her friends, and a bit of her past. Set in Imladris, featuring the Green Elves living in the valley – as suggested in the Hobbit – and the rest of Elrond’s household.
Periferal crossover with Harry Potter. Tied loosely to the other story of mine bearing similar title.
Aragorn is a tough man of fifty, grim and unpenitrable. But he is not all invinsible to everyone, as people in the common room of the Prancing Pony will find out, and Barliman the inn-keeper too, in a particularly-nasty rainy winter day. Who manages to crack the Ranger's impassivity and in what way? Someone will answer those question before Barliman's eyes.
This is a collection of three one-shots around the same event but from different point of views. The first one is from the point of view of Barliman Butterbur. The second is from the point of view of Aragorn (or Strider, as known in Bree). :)
The second war in the Wizzarding World of Great Britain has ended. Several people
that have been most impacted seek to leave the world forever in hope of a better life, guided only by longing of a place they have visited once before. Can they achieve that? Well, perhaps the answer is no...
It is Third Age 2300. The struggle in Middle-earth is in a stalemate. But everything is not as peaceful as it seems...
Notes: Undergoing heavy revision. The story is a crossover between Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. There is a rather heavy reference to Silmarillion throughout. The lists of characters, genres and warnings will grow alongside the story. (The new additions could be viewed as clues to what is going to happen in the plot. ;))
Trying to answer my own set of challenges in this site. :) A collection of drabbles (from true drabbles to triple drabbles, according to MS Word) spanning the First Age, told in the point of view of various characters – Elves, Men, Ainur, Dwarves, Ents, animals, and even orcs; not chronologically. Ratings may vary. Enjoy!
Note: Lists of characters, warnings and genres change following the indications of the current drabble.
1: "Fire": The Battle of Sudden Flames, in Aegnor’s point of view. A true drabble.
2: "Pet": a squirrel and a pair of young cousins with differing personalities… Chaos ensues. A true drabble.
3: "Transportation": The Lord of Dogs found his match in the Heiress of Doriath… Who would win the contest? A true drabble.
4: "Plants": Can little Ereinion get rid of this new tutor of his? Or perhaps the subject he detests? A double drabble.
5: "Threats": Two orcs, Radog and Otol, were fighting over a fresh kill. Who won? A double drabble.
6: "Water": How was swimming invented? A tripple drabble.
7: "Wind": Chilly breeze meant something sinister in Himring… A true spooky story, if ever there were one, for the twins Elrond and Elros. A triple drabble.
8: "Hobby": Twinspeech — The horror! The horror! But Maedhros still falls into that ploy, sadly. A true drabble.
9: "Tradition": There is a strong, strong reason why Thranduil prefers to build his home firmly on the ground. A tripple drabble.
A series of responses to the first prompt (Introduction) of 100 Themes challenge issued by Chaotic Demon here in LotR FF. Some of the pieces Belong to the Silmarillion, while some others to the Lord of the Rings or the Hobbit.
Piece 1: Young Erestor (yes, the Erestor we know) in Doriath.
Piece 2: Who introduced Aragorn to pipe-weed? How did he live with the habit at first?
Piece 3: The birth of Galadriel and her older brothers' reactions on it.
A series of responses to the second prompt (love) in the 100 Themes challenges issued by Chaotic Demon in this site. The timeline ranges from Silmarillion to Lord of the Rings.
Piece 1: What would a pair of Elven parents do when they found out that their newborn firstborn was not perfect and beautiful in some way?
He lost the one dearest to him by his mere existance. He lost his childhood in a childish hope of gaining his prize back. And he lost his remaining, other prize for a stranger.
This is a tale of Fëanor's childhood up to his rebirth and reunion with his family. There might be some time skipped between one event and the next, however. This story is included in my Seedlings universe, but it will only matter in later chapters; and so, I consider this an AU although the first chapters are true to the canon.