Series: The Future Is My Past; The Past Is My Future
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairing(s): fem!Harry Potter/Orion Black; others mentioned
When Sirius Black escaped Azkaban, Ianthe Potter had no idea how much it would change her life. Her godfather was unwilling to leave her in the control of Dumbledore or at the mercy of the Ministry or the fickle public. It shouldn’t have been a surprise that a Marauder would blackmail his way into a court appearance. Or get all up in Dumbledore’s business. Or bring the wrath of the Wizard’s Council and the ICW on the Ministry.
It was definitely a surprise when, six years later, Sirius Black died killing Tom Riddle, called Voldemort.
Ianthe has never been on the simply lay down and accept a wrong; to bow her head to circumstance. What was a little thing like changing history to Lady Ianthe Potter, the daughter and goddaughter of Marauders?
Changing the past is surprisingly easy. Living it might just be harder. Especially when the lives she changed to save the future collide with the one she now lives, thirty years in the past.
Book One: Future’s Past
Her godfather is dead. So is Tom Riddle, which appears to be the only thing anyone else cares about. Oh, and getting ahold of her, her money, and her titles. Fuck that noise. Ianthe learned how to Maraud from the best, and she doesn’t intend to take this lying down.
She intends to change a single moment in time – and change the life of her godfather, herself, and the whole Wixen World. That the price for that change is all that she is, including her life? There’s always a price.
Merlin showing up and telling her that the price of her actions isn’t her death? Not part of her calculations.
The Hobbit/Lord of the Rings
Characters: female Legolas, female Bilbo Baggins, female Kíli; Company of Thorin Oakenshield, Elrond, Elrohir, Elladan, Saruman, Galadriel, Thranduil, Tauriel, Bard and his adorable family, canon characters from The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings; original characters
Pairing(s): Elrond/fem!Legolas, Thorin Oakenshield/Bellamira Baggins (fem!Bilbo), potential minor pairings.
Genre: Romance, fantasy, action adventure, genderbend, alternate universe
Episode Count: Nine episodes planned and plotted. So, anywhere from five to fifteen episodes.
“Listen to the story of how Legolas Glorimírë, daughter of Thranduil, the Dawn of the Greenwood came to Rivendell and fell in love with Elrond Peredhel, Lord of Imladris. Listen, as well, to how her fierce and loving heart stopped a war before it started.”
If even the smallest person can change the course of the future . . . how much change might be wrought by a love that unites kingdoms and breaks down barriers? What change might be brought about by women, instead of men? Elves and dwarves and hobbits united to a common goal?
What if Thrór’s grandson and Thranduil’s daughter met and fight side by side? If Thorin had a niece instead of two nephews and the burglar Gandalf found was a hobbit lass?
If all this is true . . . the fate of Erebor and the line of Durin, not to mention all of Middle-Earth, may be very different indeed.
Of Glowing Starlight (#1)
Title: Seeing Clear
Fandom/Genre: Criminal Minds/NCIS, Sentinel Fusion
Relationship(s): Tony DiNozzo/female Spencer Reid
Spencer Reid lives in fear in meeting her mother’s fate – having her brilliant mind turn on her. She buries that fear in her books and her work, but it continues to prey on her. When she begins to feel things that make no sense, Spencer’s fears seem to be coming true. Until David Rossi, newly returned to the FBI, gives her an answer she never expected.
Tony DiNozzo was a good cop, not because he’s a Sentinel, but because it was who he was. Keyword – was. A second career-ending injury cost him his badge, but his senses are unaffected – however often some buff young sentinel looks at him and sees a cripple. Tony knows who he is, and the assumption that he’s dormant might annoy him, but it changes nothing.
A Sentinel who knows himself inside and out. A Guide who has always been afraid to look inward. And plenty of well-meaning friends to meddle in their lives. What could go wrong?
Title: Heart of Iron & Ice
Fandom/Genre: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sentinel Fusion
Relationship(s): female Tony Stark/Loki
Tony Stark was born a girl. . . and changed the world by not having a dick. Who knew? Also, she’s a Guide.
Antonia Stark (god, please, call me Tony — no, not with an ‘i’, what am I, 12 and dotting my name with a heart? Yes, with a ‘y’, thank you, glad we straightened that out) came online as a guide at seventeen, and spends years hiding it. Bad enough to be a wealthy heiress, honestly, having to deal with Sentinels touching her trying to see if they can land the biggest golden goose of bondmate ever is not on her agenda, thanks, and also, her father told her to keep that quiet before he died and left her at the mercy of the Board and Obadiah Stane; who, you should know, might act all avuncular when he thinks you’re just a little girl he can control but, really, he’s a two-faced asshole and a thief. Assholes she can deal with — she has so much practice — but stealing and double-dealing? Fuck that noise.
Somehow, despite kicking Stane out and putting the Fear of Stark in the Board (yes, it’s totally a thing and also? She’s scarier than God who, yes, might smite you but she’s a vindictive bitch with the smartest supercomputer network — one supercomputer is so 90s — ever built and Pepper Potts as her. . . sidekicks? Minions? Allies of Awesome? Yeah, that’ll work), she still ends up in a cave in Afghanistan with iron in her heart and a box of scraps. So she does what she always does — makes the man who tried to fuck with her bend over and take it. With style. And explosions — lots of explosions.
Meeting a Viking god from another realm — who’s also a Sentinel — in the desert? Not part of her life plan. Good thing she’s an engineer — and that he’s very pretty. Tony likes pretty things.
Title: Senses of Magic
Fandom/Genre: Harry Potter, Sentinel Fusion
Relationships: Parental Sirius Black and female Harry Potter; no main pairings; mentions of secondary pairings.
Ellie Potter’s introduction to the magical world is a little more complicated than intended. No one, not even Dumbledore, expected the Girl-Who-Lived to Awaken as a sentinel. Which just goes to show you how little wizards understand Sentinels – nothing like being thrust into a new world, filled with dangers and enemies to Awaken a sentinel’s instincts.
Goblins have little use for wizards, but sentinels and guides are another matter entirely. Sentinels are warriors; ruthless, fierce, and without mercy on the battlefield. The kind of being a Goblin can respect. So when the Girl-Who-Lived comes into the bank, Awakening…well. There’s little they could do to aid an underaged witch without a magical guardian. A Sentinel? Anyone who tries to interfere in affairs between Sentinels and Guides and the Horde courts war.
Ellie leaves Gringotts with far more than she might have. The goblins send her off, already plotting. Change is coming. A storm is building. There will be profit and battle in the coming days.
Title: A Woman’s Honour, A Kunoichi’s Heart
Fandom/Genre: Naruto, AU, Genderbent
Relationships: Family and team bonds; no main pairings, several secondary pairings Obito-Rin, Minato/Kushina.
A woman’s honour is different than a man’s; men seek to cleanse their honour with blood, while any woman can tell you that it’s hard work that removes stains.
A kunoichi’s heart is strong and enduring; it bruises where a shinobi’s breaks.
Hatake Sakumo was a woman, not a man; her daughter Kakashi is the Silver Wolf, the legacy of the White Fang.
Title: The Big Short prompt challenge
Premise: responses to Rough Trade prompts; either single word prompts with 1000 word responses or character challenges with 2000 word responses. Ongoing
Fandom: Harry Potter
Premise: a short loveletter to fandom and geek girls that started as a bit of meta and became a Thing.