July 27, 2005: Day Twenty of the After Images Series: "Above the Dimrill Gate".
May 29, 2005: Young Boromir. Young Faramir. Denethor. Disfunctional family anyone? "Tournament".
April 5, 2005: After a hiatus of nearly two years I've finally written Going South: Day Fourteen in the After Images series, titled "The Long Memory of Trees".
November 30, 2004: A story that's been lurking half-finished on my computer for almost a year and finished at last. Stephen teaches Jack a lesson he won't easily forget in "Natural History".
August 14, 2004: As if I needed another obsession... King Arthur's movieverse, and in particular the dangerously mysterious and utterly gorgeous Tristan have captured my heart and daydreams. Therefore: "Manning", a Tristan POV.
August 1, 2004: Have finally fixed the menu script, so the site should load much quicker now. Two newish stories: "Necessity", an Aragorn POV drabble and "Black", a return to old loves: Han/Luke, based on an image by the indescribably talented X.
January 9, 2004: The Con Amore drabble is turning into a series about the Seven Deadly Sins and Seaven Heavenly Virtues. I have renamed the previous drabble to "Envy" and added a new one, its counterpart, namely "Love".
January 6, 2004: A Snarky!Stephen Maturin drabble, called "Con Amore".
January 1, 2004:
First of all: a Happy New Year to everyone! In celebration of the new year I'm putting up
a Luke/Han Star Wars story called "Red Shift" that was originally published in "Bystander: A New POV", a
fan magazine produced by Pushing Pixels.
December 27, 2003: It's official, I have a new OTP. :-) I have just finished my first foray into the world of Master and Commander, called "Ship's Rations". It was written as a birthday present for cruisedirector.
Note: This site was designed by using cascading style sheets (CSS), meaning that there are some differences in layout when viewed with Internet Explorer or Netscape since not all browsers support CSS equally. I used CSS anyway because it makes maintaining this site so much easier. The differences mainly have to do with fontsize, being considerably smaller in Netscape. You can adjust the fontsize in Netscape by pressing the CTRL button and the buttons with brackets on them next to the letter P. CTRL + ] is bigger font, CTRL + [ is smaller font. Fontsize in IE should be fine.Back