Special Agent Loki Laufeyson
When Agent Gibbs of NCIS gets a mysterious visitor from S.H.I.E.L.D., he is forced to take custody of an infamous war criminal from the legendary Asgard: Loki Laufeyson. He is tasked with the rehabilitation of the Asgardian, a job neither he nor his team wish to take on. But orders are orders, and they are stuck with Loki.
Loki Laufeyson has no wish to mingle with the mortal investigative officers, but the only way he leaves NCIS is either as a respectable citizen or in a bodybag, so he’s stuck serving under the authority of Leroy Jethro Gibbs. But facing the mortals means facing the uncontrollable darkness inside himself, while a new, surprising feeling begins to flood the god of mischief: belonging.
Can he learn to fit in before it’s too late? Can he learn to trust them with his dark past? Or will the whole team fall victim to his dreadful secret?
@MarvelSocietys- Marvel Book of the Month for November
Reviews: “The dialogue is very realistic…I really like how Loki’s lines all sound like something exactly he would say…my head automatically reads in Loki’s voice.”… “Terrific”… “An enjoyable read.”…“I felt like I was watching a movie.”
Contest of Champions
(A Marvel AU with a Hunger Games plot line)
In a galaxy where Infinity War happened about forty years before it was supposed to, Thanos rules the remaining population with his Infinity Gauntlet. And to celebrate the Balance he has brought to the universe, as well as his defeat over the rebel uprising that followed his victory, an annual Contest is hosted where two contenders, a male and a female, are chosen from each of the districts. They must participate in a fight to the death for the honor of the everlasting Balance, where only one can triumph above the others.
Loki doesn’t have high hopes when he becomes a contender for the Contest, but he has no desire to die in the arena. As a result, he becomes someone to bet upon. But to win, Loki will have to decide if becoming the one his father wishes him to be is worth more than being true to himself, and if he can even trust the advice of his enigmatic and seemingly hypocritical mentor.
Welcome to the Contest of Champions.
Journal of the Jedi
(A Star Wars novel)
The story of four of the surviving Jedi…
SHAAK TI is a Master without an Order. In her possession is one of the last holocrons of the Jedi, a sacred object that she is willing to guard with her life. And her words, words of hope and despair, words for the future, are contained inside her journal.
BULTAR SWAN is angry. Angry with those who turned on her and her fellow Jedi. She must pick up the strains of Shaak Ti’s thoughts and continue her journey, learning to lay aside her anger and find the light again.
OBI-WAN KENOBI is left behind. He has lost almost everything. He guards the last thing left in his life: a young boy, as he struggles to come to terms with the loss of his fellow Jedi and what remains of his past.
YODA is living in exile, waiting for one thing and one thing only. He stares at the branches that arc over his head every day, waiting for the one he must pass his wisdom onto.
And what these four Jedi all look for is hope, the future, and the return of the Jedi.
What they look for is LUKE SKYWALKER.
Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money
(A fanfiction of Mel Brooks’ Spaceballs)
With his sense of humor and his ring blade, Sky Helmet roams the galaxy, breaking rules and evading paying his taxes. But when his superior Yogurt of the Jedians tells him Keno Starr needs his help, the pilot is thrown into intrigue as he traces the connection between the two planets Druidia and Spaceballs, and discovers an evil plot.
With the knowledge of this plot, Sky Helmet will have an extremely difficult decision to make as the fate of the galaxy hangs in the balance.
(This is the prequel to Mel Brooks’ movie Spaceballs. I got tired of waiting for him to do another, so I wrote my own. It involves some new characters with some of Mel Brooks’. By the way, the title has nothing to do with the book. In the movie, Yogurt made a reference to Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money.)
Pride and Prejudice: The Extended Ending
As Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy settle into their new married life at Pemberley, Darcy receives a letter from his new brother-in-law, Charles Bingley, who requests an urgent favor.
An extended ending to Pride and Prejudice.
Reviews: “An incredibly well written added chapter to Pride and Prejudice, where [you] managed to capture Jane Austen’s writing style while giving it [your] own flair.”