I love fanfiction and support its creativity. If anyone ever creates fanfiction of my own work, I would consider it an honor.
My first public writing appeared on fanfiction.net back in 2005 under the pen name KTHunter. I cut my creative writing teeth there, and I met a lot of great people. I remember a lot of evenings after work with pizza and the keyboard, eager to get that next chapter out. Things have changed a bit since then, but I have a lot of fond memories of that time. Lots of new writers get their start in the world of fic, and I encourage anyone who likes to give it a try.
I believe that fanfiction of works currently under copyright should always be free to read, so my Titans and Loki fic are free to peruse. Technically speaking The Nemo Paradox is a form of fanfiction of the works of Verne and Wells; it is in the public domain, so I feel fine about using that as my indie fiction, in the spirit of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. In the spirit of encouraging deep reading in the age of sound bytes, I will always strive to keep the prices on these works in a reasonable range.
I got my start in the Teen Titans fandom with the story “Twilight Child”, which eventually became a series. The last story in the cycle, “Dawn Child”, is as yet unfinished, but I do hope to complete it someday. It is still available on fanfiction.net. You can check out my profile there for a complete list of those stories, including the order in which they should be read.
The House of Loki
“The House of Loki” is a fic I started in 2014. I pulled it from fanfiction.net in 2016 after publishing multiple chapters but never finishing it. I have kept the text, however, and I hope to finish it here on Hunterverse. I can’t guarantee how quickly I can post chapters, but I hope it is something that fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe Loki fans can enjoy. It is my first stab at a fantasy-ish story, with characters both familiar and original. Hopefully when it is all done I can package it up as an ebook and make it available for free here on Hunterverse. Currently it is available on this bloghere.
“The House of Loki” takes place after Thor: The Dark World and does not include many MCU events after that, especially Thor: Ragnarok, for the simple reason that I started it before T:R was even in production. It takes the question of what Loki did with Odin and the throne of Asgard in a different direction. I tried to use canon information (up to that time) as much as possible and then making a leap into the fantastic. To fill in the MCU gaps, I used comic book and Norse myth canon as I felt appropriate.