"The Force has shaped this life of mine, from birth to this holy now."
Incidentally, here is an interesting interview with the creator. He has tremendous, spicy brains.
A little known fact: quite a few fanfic writers are also published authors in their own right. Seems like professional writers like to play in other writers' sandboxes from time to time as a sort of exercise or recreation. I am currently reading a novel by one of my favorite SG-1 slash writers. I have to confess a fear I'm having about that: her main female character describes a sort of a dislike for women. And she herself is (so far, anyway) not very likable. And I'm beginning to wonder if this might reflect a touch of misogyny in the author herself.
Sigh. I spend all this time arguing how slashers are not woman- haters, and are not perpetuating sexism in fandom. I'd really hate to have to eat my words.
I'm so weary of woman-hating-women. It's infuriating when you're having a nice conversation, and some woman perks up with the old "I really don't like women, because they're so catty and insincere" routine. She will then go on to explain how she's always been much more comfortable with men, and has hardly ever had any close friendships with women, thereby endearing herself to any men that happen to be standing around. It's as if they feel they need to affiliate themselves with the group in power by distancing themselves from their own femaleness. Like Stockholm Syndrome.
I certainly have gone rather far a field from praising The Darth Side. Well, it's my LJ. If you don't want to hear me bitch, go read the funny, angsty thing.