P.I.D is definitely one of the best authors when it comes to Tangled fan fiction. S/He only writes one shots, and all of them are worth a read. All characters are portrayed perfectly, and the situations in which they are written in are very entertaining. Pretty much exclusively of the romance/humor/heartwarming genre.
S/He is brilliant at character portrayal. She balances motivations, personalities, and relationships perfectly, and is just a good writer in general, with dynamic and enthralling storylines, even if it's just a one shot.
Definitely one of, if not the most, popular Tangled authors. His stories "What You Don't Know" and "Trust Me" have racked up hundreds of reviews, and for very good reason: they are fantastic. His character's personalities are spot-on, his development is wonderful, his pacing is perfect, and his writing itself is incredible.
He writes very good Tangled stories. His 'Rapunzel Goes Home extended edition" is by far one of the greatest stories I've read Period, and his "Abusing Hair Power" was so chillingly cruel I was glad for the ending. All of his are worth a read, they're just amazing.
Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.Unconditional by imforever
Recommended by sardns
Synopsis: "Flynn Rider never had a mother. That doesn't mean he envied Rapunzel for having two."
Synopsis: "Before Flynn there was Eugene, before the floating lights there were the stars, before Rapunzel there was a baby girl, and before Mother there was Gothel; a story of beginnings, before things were just plain tangled."
Synopsis: "Flynn Ryder didnt have to think about these things. Flynn Ryder didnt have to think about these things because his life was wonderful, perfect. Eugene Fitzherbert did, because his life wasnt. It hurt so much to be Eugene again, Flynn hated it."
Synopsis: What happens after "The End", but before "Happily Ever After"? After Rapunzel disappeared a new heir was selected. Now he is planning to overthrow Rapunzel before she's even had time to prove herself. A more realistic look at Tangled.
Synopsis: This is a three-way crossover between Tangled, Brave, and How to Train Your Dragon. The day before Hiccup's final dragon training test, Astrid never finds him in the woods. He suits up, packs up, and heads for the sky. Across the ocean, princess Merida runs away, wishing for anything in the world to change her fate. A hop, a skip, and a boat ride away, Rapunzel with her magic hair just can't wait to finally be free.
Comments: This is a awesome crossover with three popular movies.
Synopsis: It's been almost a year since the events that changed Rapunzel's life forever, and she's beginning to get a handle on what being a princess is truly about. But is she ready to meet someone of equal standing or will the fiery Highlander be more than she can handle? Sequel to Heaven's Light and prequel to the Dragon and the Bow. Tangled and Brave crossover.
Synopsis: Inspired by a very brief scene in Frozen, the main characters of Tangled and Frozen meet and hijinks ensue. Takes place after the events of Tangled, during the events of Frozen, and eventually after the events of Frozen.
Synopsis: Falling in love with the princess and earning her love in return? That was the easy part. It was all the duties of being the princess' consort that was the hard part. Lucky for Kristoff, there's someone else who's been through this exact same thing to help him through it. *one-shot, post both movies*
Synopsis: The King of Corona reads his grandchildren an inconceivable bedtime story about Rapunzel and Flynn Rider with fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, and miracles.
Comments: A great story, mixing Tangled and Princess Bride humor to brilliant effect.
Synopsis: "Judgment day had finally caught up to Flynn Rider, and he couldn't be more terrified. Rapunzel saved him once, but this time, he's not so sure magic glowing hair or tears are going to be able to save him from the gallows..."
Synopsis: "The prince needs a wife. He does not want one, but dolefully allows his mother to call in contestants from all over. Then, unexpectedly, he meets the girl of his dreams. They strike up a friendship, and gradually start to fall for each other..." The love story of Rapunzel's parents, the King and Queen.
Synopsis: Rapunzel's misguided and occasionally brilliant attempts at securing Eugene's heart as inspired by the sage advice of The Crystals, The Ronettes, The Shirelles, and other hopelessly naÔve Girl Groups of the 50's and 60's. A series of misadventures following Rapunzel's return as a princess to Flynn's marriage proposal. They can be read as a series of shorts, or as a single story. And it is beautiful in every meaning of the word.