Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Pigs, Pirates and Rum - Crossover Titanic/Pirates of the Caribbean

So, I just made another little fanfic, mostly for fun... Rose DeWitt Bukater drowns and finds herself in the 18th century Caribbean, on board the Flying Dutchman. Will Turner decides to take her to the one and only, Captain Jack Sparrow.

“The Heart of the Ocean!” he whispered. 
“No wonder the Dutchman came for her!”


Rose sinks with the Titanic and is drawn into a strange adventure with a pirate named Jack Sparrow and a diamond heart. Saving her new friends Elizabeth and Will Turner proves to be dangerous, but falling for a dishonest man on rum withdrawal is even worse.

A humorous crossover between Pirates of the Caribbean and Titanic, but it's not necessary to have seen either movie to understand it. 

Rose DeWitt Bukater x Jack Sparrow
Will Turner x Elizabeth Swann

Read it here:

With chapter pictures, and easy to read via browser or an app. Need an account on the site (which is free).

With chapter pictures, no account required.

Simple text layout, no account required.

Simple text layout, no account required.

Sunday, August 9, 2020

It's Done!


I finally finished my first fanfic, Horse Lady of Rohan! 110 000 words written in less than 5 months. Thank you, quarantine...Writing fanfiction has been so fun, and this was definitely not my last story. Will continue my Thranduil story now!

Friday, August 7, 2020

Fake Tats

My daughter drew these really cool fake tattoos for me, for a party tomorrow. The dragon Smaug. 😃

She has used normal felt tip pens, and drawn freehand from a pic in her phone!

Sunday, August 2, 2020

J.R.R Tolkien Appreciation Post

It's incredible that this man spent his entire adult life creating Middle-earth, complete with races, nationalities, languages, history, geography, culture, religion and lore. 

When he wrote the Hobbit and later the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, it was almost as an afterthought, and his real work, that his son later summarized in the Silmarillion, was not published during his lifetime.

On his grave, it says:

1889 - 1971
1892 - 1973

LĂșthien TinĂșviel, one the most amazing and important of the Middle-earth heroes, was inspired by his wife, and even mentioned on her grave. I don't think it can be much more romantic, than that...

Rest in peace, Professor Tolkien.

Image Source: Public domain (Wikimedia Commons)