Mae governan! Welcome to my bio!
I'm a 20-something girl from the States that is extremely passionate... and one of my secret passions is writing :) After attending college I thought my desire to write was decimated; all those long boring papers nearly killed me! However, I got caught up in an old past time of reading fanfic and suddenly I got to thinking... 'Hey! Look at all these amazing authors who are doing these awesome things! Maybe I *can* start writing again'. Thus began my renewal of writing.
BTW: My user name 'Luna' is not the Luna of Harry Potter fame... It means 'moon' in Spanish. I chose it because I only write at night, preferably by the light of the moon (plus my laptop of course;).
I cross-post on these sites as well:
Con mucho amor~ Luna
Ooooh, I enjoy the atmosphere of this story. I could easily imagine it in my mind. Well done.
Author's Response: Danke for reading! Ah, the atmosphere. I scared myself while writing it... Really, the way Tolkien wrote the Moria chapters was so *haunting*, isn't it? I wanted to stem off of it, buuut it comes no where near as good as Tolkien's. Again, thank you!!! :D
Aragorn texted everyone he knew: Gandalf died :(
,,, HILARIOUS. love it. glad Boromir was kept alive :)
Author's Response: lol I know. He has to be in ALL of my stories!!! XD He's just so fun to write about... Xd Thank you for reading my ff!
lol... and just how many of these do you qualify for?
I think, at one point or another from high school till now (but mostly H.S) I have done about 14 of these things *teehee*
Author's Response: I have done 45 of them but whose counting! Lol! Thanks for reviewing! lovelovelove legolas
Kitt: Haha! I'm glad you thought it was funny, even if you didn't know him. Dr. Phil was featured on Oprah Winfrey's show for quite a while and at some point housewives loved him so much he got his own afternoon program talking about feelings and other silly things like that. Even more scary: His shiny bald head and mustache *cowers in fear*
Feedback makes me happy *Wide, goofy smile* And it makes me feel like dancing! *Starts to do Thriller*
Funniness: Fei, the other night when I couldn't sleep and read your game show story I remembered this fic and when I was trying to to sleep I thought of this story (Ninja-ness, Five Point Touch, and Dance-Off) and I felt the need to write it, although I was wondering if anyone would notice since its been a long time since the last update. But I'm glad I fired up the paddles and shocked the dying patient!
@ Shadow Maiden: I'm glad you think it was hysterical *joins you in hysterical laughter*
@Henoluin_Elsilim: you should def contribute! Though... I don't know if I want more competition for my beloved *Ponders* Yeah, you should do it :)
@ Fei: Yay! Glad you liked my humor :) Does skipping count as dancing... Thats a tough one. So I'm going to compromise and say YES, but only if you hum while you do it so it seems musical :)
@ Kitt: I love crazy shoes... But really do lack the required coordination *sighs*
I've been thinking about dance-off possibilities, but still haven't stumbled upon anything bootylicious enough for a Legolas battle.
A digital ice cream gun???
(Any way to fix this though, its all in one paragraph and hard to read*pouts*)
This was a fun read! MMM Legolas... Is there anything better to fight for? :)
Author's Response: *Ponders*Chocolate? Thanks so much for reading and reviewing, it was great fun to write! Dae and Kitt are the best! I remember this story started when Shadow Maiden and I began to fight about Legolas (as most Fangirls do)—she threatened fight me in an arena and I said I’d get Prince Nuada to beat her down, and, well, things escalated from there and formed this. If you would like to view more random humor fights by Shadow Maiden, Kitt Otter, and I—then check out Shadow Maiden’s, “The Snowball Fight to Remember.” This is nothing compared to that. Feel free to add to this if you want to! Peace, Fei.
wooo twilight crossover ;)
Author's Response: i'm glad you like it ^L^ A couple of my other stories are twilight crossovers, Eternal Nights is and I think there's a bit of twilight in The Demon Hunters of Arda if you're looking for more. Thanks for reviewing anyway - Li
LOL!! This is such a cute story you have going on! 'He's cute'. hahahaha
Author's Response: Thank you, I'm glad you like it!
I freaking love this line:
Then she leaned forward and whispered in my ear that Glorfindel is horrible at arithmatic.
SHE KNOWS. BY THE VALAR, SHE KNOWS!!!
Author's Response: It was fun writing that, haha. Thanks for the review, it made me smile!
I really, REALLY love this fic. How you describe things from Arwen's point of view and the queen blushing for love as the sunset... Amazing. You m'dear are a genius!
Thank you! I feel like Arwen doesn't get much credit in the character department...I've always wondered what it was like from her point of view and decided to write about it. I'm so glad that you like the story, it's reviews like yours that keep me writing. Thanks for taking the time to give me feedback!
And I'm not a genius! Just creative and bored.
i really heart your descriptions :)
Author's Response: Aw, thank you!
Thank you Narya! The past couple months I've been getting back into fanfic after a long hiatus and forgot how much I really enoy it. But I have not told ANY of my friends about my latest guilty pleasure in fear of what you had to deal with. I do feel like fanfic is something to be ashamed of: people see it as geeky, a silly waste of time, and assume all the stories involve crazy elf sex (well ok... that does happen).
But some of the writing on this site is far better than some of the novels I've read! I'm still not finished with Elaura's Book 3 but its a great example of fanfiction breaking the stereotypes. Her story, like many others, give such depth to the characters through brilliant writing that it seems offensive that we should feel ashamed to be reading it.
Its nice to read your thoughts that are similar to my own- I'm glad someone thought to post on this topic!
Author's Response: Hi Luna - thanks for your response! I haven't read Elaura's stories, though they have been recommended to me; I must get round to it at some stage. You're absolutely right, it is almost insulting that people would feel ashamed to read some of the excellent stories on this site. Feel free to add your own rant!
A ring can represent practically anything. Undying love, a silent promise, real friendship, commitment, but also nobility, worship or faith. There are rings that symbolize dependence, enslavement, eternity, and apparently there is one that stands for all that’s evil in this world. But let’s not forget a ring is nothing more than a piece of metal that fits nicely around a finger. It doesn’t even have to be pretty.
So don’t ask me why I ended up risking my life, going on this quest to destroy one. I mean, you can’t really blame me for getting caught up in things I don’t even believe in, right?
Be warned: this is a tenth walker fic and English is my second language. It’s possible you’ll hate this story, but don’t forget you’re not legally obliged to do so. And seriously, I really like readers and absolutely love reviewers.
I saw that English is not your first language, but I think it is very well written regardless. As someone else observed, there are many native speakers of English who cannot write as well! When it comes to 10th walker stories I'm pretty skeptical, but so far I am enjoying your tale.
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing. I'm glad you have enjoyed it this far, I hope it won't become a dissapointment in the future.
Stumbled across your story and I must say, I enjoyed the way you addressed the mortal-elf love in Aragorn and Legolas' conversation. Quite nice!
Author's Response: I am glad you did stumble across this story! Thanks for reading and for reviewing. I am glad you liked their conversation!
Basically I am adoring this story! Hilarious and charming :)
Wow! You really pulled me into this story! Great job.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! It is a such an incredible compliment to hear that a reader has been pulled into a story and I am so pleased to hear you are enjoying it :)
hahaha... toooo funny
Author's Response: thanks!
i like this story... I wonder what Bree's sister will do.
Author's Response: Glad you like it, let's just say Bree is in for it! ;P
Bloopers happen, it's a part of the movie-making process. Lord of the Rings, epic as it is, is no exception. Here's a list of humorous sights I've seen during the films!
*giggle* VERY Amusing... I have not noticed many of these. Of course, its usually because I am jumping up and down with glee... except during sad, death scenes. Then I just hold my blankie *Poor Gandalf, Haldir*
You're welcome, Luna! I used to be deathly afraid of Gollum, so I would bring my stuffed animal down to hold whenever I watched the movies at home. Not scared of him any more, but sometimes it's nice just to have a comfort thing around.
I'm glad that this was amusing. I hoped that it would be! In such spectacular films, bloopers seem to be really hard to spot. There were others that I found, but they were really very technical, like swords being worn on the left instead of the right, broaches that were facing right instead of left, hobbits switching positions behind a log, Frodo's fingernails randomly altering length...
You get the idea. :-) Please chip in if you find any more!