The Conqueror's Library

Welcome!

Greetings, and welcome to The Conqueror's Library.  I am Sue, your host and humble scribe.  Our Lord Conqueror has graciously permitted the building of this library to house scrolls filled with stories of her glorious triumphs.  Please feel free to stay and peruse our offerings.  If you have a scroll that we have not a copy of, perhaps you would be so kind as to donate it to the library?  Leave a message with the Chief Scribe, and she will see that it is added to this collection.  Now, please relax and enjoy...and pay no mind to the soldiers.  They are only here to, ahem, study.

Important Notice!!!

Please be aware:  This is a work in progress, and NONE of the hosts of the links provided have been contacted, and therefore I have no official permission to publish these links.  I have put the site online only to help those friends who are interested in the stories linked, and may have been unable to locate them elsewhere.  

WEBMASTERS AND AUTHORS:

 If you see your work linked at this site, please contact me ASAP.  I wish to obtain your permissions, or will see that your information is removed.  I will be contacting everyone possible as soon as possible.  Thank you for your understanding, patience, and indulgence.

My thanks to all of the hosting sites!

I am afraid that I am quite tardy in posting this, but I would like to thank all of the other Xena Fan Fiction hosting sites.  My goal was to assemble all of the Conqueror stories in one place, hopefully with current links.  I have been inspired by many, most of all Annals of the Conqueror and the Royal Academy of Bards.  It was never my intention to claim credit for all of their hard work, but by my silence I inadvertently have.  I would like to thank all of the webmasters out there for their hard work and inspiration, and to apologize for not doing so sooner.  This library would not exist without them.  

Credit where credit is due

I would like to take a moment to thank Rio, who has been instrumental in the continuing growth and renovation of the Library.  When the healer ordered me to stand down for awhile, Rio stepped in and accomplished some absolutely amazing things.  She added stories and summaries, and changed the layout to make it look more appealing and accessible.  Though the original project was mine, Rio has taken the responsibility to make the Library what it is today.  Words cannot express my gratitude, Rio, but this is my attempt.  Thank you, and I hope to get to meet you in person one day.

Sue