Author has written 28 stories for Bleach, Fruits Basket, Final Fantasy XII, Kingdom Hearts, Star Trek: 2009, Beka Cooper series, Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes, Radio Dramas, and Sherlock.
ANNOUNCEMENT!!: I have pretty much all but abandoned FFnet... I will still update the WIP's that are on here, but if you want to read my more current work, please visit my .
Works in Progress:
Alteration- Fiction Rated T
Summary: A year after the destruction of the Narada, McCoy finally believes he has found a home on the Enterprise. But when Starfleet Command inexplicably stations him on a solitary planet to engage in medical research, he feels overwhelmed and more than a little annoyed. Though not optimistic about his new post, he is willing to give it a try- the prospect of saving people's lives is very tempting indeed (And, his stunning new helper helps as well). But as he grows more involved in the station's affairs, he realizes there is more than meets the eye in this simple building. With a beautiful sidekick, his own wit, and no allies, McCoy soon learns that by playing with the code of human life, even the most caring and dedicated doctor can slowly be corrupted. To save the lives of millions, he may just have to sacrifice his own to prevent a galactic disaster. McCoy/OC, implied Nyota/Spock, slight Kirk/OC
On Life- Fiction Rated: T
Summary: A series of oneshots showing the different aspects of Rose and the Doctor's life, and how they aren't that different after all. For really, when it all comes down to it, all they need is each other for everything to work out. Whether its family or food or arguing over the paint, they push through every roadblock, large or small, and rely on the other being there when nothing and no one else is.
Ok, so here is some stuff about me...
Theme Song: September (Daughtry)
About Me: I'm a college student enrolled in Biochemistry, and write stories as a hobby when inspiration strikes. I have a lot of ideas and not nearly enough time to write them all down let alone flesh them out completely, so a lot of times I completely forget what I wanted to do with a story long after I think of the idea. I'm not a professional author by any means, and probably never will be, but the biggest motivation on these stories is simply to share my love of my fandoms with others who enjoy the same things. Reviews are like payment, but so long as I am able to write, I don't mind if others don't like it. A lot of my own experiences and personality bleed into my stories, so I often find that I have a bit of my own story written into fictional accounts. My interests in various fandoms bounce around as I find new ones, so just because I am writing for one doesn't meant that I won't switch to another. My writing style focuses greatly on dialogue and introspection, so if I can't get the readers to connect with the characters on an emotional level so that they recognize something of themselves within the story, I feel like it's a personal failure. My greatest wish in life is to make people better, whether healing them if they are sick or healing them in spirit, and I like to address that issue in a lot of my writings. Though I am still developing my writing skills, I sincerely hope that I am improving, and that my stories will at least touch one person in a way that will make them look at life a little brighter, a little happier.
Contact Me! :
: I have several works of fanfiction and artwork dedicated to my fanfiction that I haven't posted on here. Check this out if you're bored of my current collection and want to see something else.
The drawing that inspired Long Enough can be found.
And, to prove my OTP:
"The Doctor and Rose is, at its heart, a love story without the shagging."
"... [The Runaway Bride] picked up seconds after we left him, saying goodbye to the love of his life. It would be rather callous if that wasn't recognized."
"When he refers to his relationship with Rose, that's something very tangible, very real, and something he absolutely will always believe in."
"To motivate the second half of [The Idiot's Lantern, everything the Doctor does now is absolutely- he's not just saving the world, he's saving Rose, which to him is almost more important. And that's the kind of righteous indignation that powers him through the rest of the episode."
- David Tennant (10th Doctor)
"I think she's quite in love with him."
- Billie Piper
-"What Rose brings to the Doctor’s life is completion, it’s completing a circle – he’s male, he’s alien, he’s a traveler. Between the two of them together they complement each other and discover each other. And are in love with each other, absolutely, unashamedly, unreservedly."
-Russel T. Davies (Writer/Producer)
"Obviously and quite overtly, really, the subtext of this show is that the Doctor is hopelessly in love with Rose."
- Steven Moffat (Director/Writer/Producer)
"When he kisses her, it’s not only the thing that he’s wanted to do throughout the entire series, but it gives him peace because he’s letting go of the burden of the Time Lords being destroyed and he’s saving the one that he — he loved the Time Lords, they were his people — but he loves this girl."
-John Barrowman (Captain Jack)
"I think Rose was unique in the sense that she loved him and he loved her back and it was more than just a hint, it was deeply emotional."
-Freema Aygeman (Martha Jones)
-"Of course he's saying 'I Love You'. Of course he is."
-"She's the one woman, the one human, that can make him better, that can make him a bigger character, a better man."
-"From first holding the Doctor's hand to a farewell on a beach, Rose is the Doctor's reason to fight, to endure, to ensure there's light in the darkness. Together they can achieve anything. As Episode 9 describes it, they are the stuff of legends."
-"Oh, it's so love, I don't care what anyone says. The Doctor and Rose love each other - how could they not? You can't have the best times in the world, in the universe, go on all those journeys, have so much fun, sacrifice yourself to save each other: they absolutely love each other."
-Julie Gardner (Producer)
"[Rose] and the Doctor's relationship was brilliant. I thought it was really truthful, and you really got the sense that these were two best mates. That's when I think it works at its best: when you see these people having fun together and showing how much they care about each other. Or at least, that’s the way I like it. They were in love, but what I liked most about their relationship was the fun they had. You really wanted to be there with them.”
-Karen Gillan (Amy Pond)
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