Updates as of June 2015:
I've been meaning to put these in for a while, so some links:
My LJ for general stuff and LOTR: here
My LJ for Supernatural: here
My AO3 (which is really sparse at the moment but I do plan to cross-post everything eventually): here
For any Supernatural fans, my beta and good friend Cheryl has started a petition to have the show restored to its roots: Sam and Dean against the world. If this is something that interests you, please take a look here.
I'm a random girl in a city by the sea, writing with high winds howling around my flat - which is actually far less creepy than it sounds. English isn't my first language, so if I write something that sounds unusual that'll be the reason.
You can email me at jedisapphire@ (I'm always happy to chat). I have just started an LJ account as jedisapphire. I doubt I'll use it for much other than keeping track of people - and perhaps the occasional bit of RL-related whining. Non-fanfic-related entries on that are friend-locked at the moment. Comment or PM if you want to be added. :)
Update: With some time on my hands for once, I've started posting to Naice a Nilme. (I use "started posting" very loosely; at the moment there's just one fic there. The others will be added as I can manage it.)
The stories will mostly be LOTR, although I dabble in other stuff occasionally. I do write original fiction too, but that seldom, if ever, gets posted online.
When I first read LOTR I was utterly fascinated by the character of Aragorn, but now I'm finding that I have more fun playing with Legolas. Which is not to say that I won't be writing about the Ranger; there are some Aragorn-and-Legolas plot bunnies hiding under my bed at the moment. I just need to go get a plentiful supply of carrots to lure them out.
I like writing friendship fics, or general light-hearted fluff. Characters may vary, but Legolas, Aragorn, Elladan and Elrohir, Thranduil and Elrond will feature often.
And if anyone has actually troubled to read this - thank you! hugs
Look what thy memory cannot contain,
Commit to these waste blanks, and thou shalt find
Those children nurs'd, deliver'd from thy brain,
To take a new acquaintance of thy mind.
These offices, so oft as thou wilt look,
Shall profit thee, and much enrich thy book.