Author has written 57 stories for X-Men: The Movie, Wolverine & the X-Men, and X-Men: Evolution.
26 April 2013 Update: Don't worry, I'm not dead. I'm currently working on a mammoth of a story. I'm 38 chapters in (in terms of word count, I've almost surpassed Squeaky and Stripes) and nowhere near finished. I won't be posting a word of it until I'm convinced I'm past all the "plot hole" and "I'm stuck" stages. In the mean time I hope to put up the occasional one-shot or short chapter story (sooner or later I will need a brain break from my mammoth baby, hehe).
For anyone on Facebook, you can like my page here. Those who do will receive regular updates on where I am with my writing, and occasionally I will post excerpts from the stories I'm working on. Most funny dialogue, because when I write something that makes me giggle, I have this compulsion to share, haha:
"Why is a raven like a writing desk?"
"Because Mystique can shapeshift."
I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every minute of it.
I post the way I like to read: quickly.
I've noticed I have a tendency to vary how Remy's powers work depending on what story I'm writing. These variations are all within canon or common fan theories, but I just thought I would point this out so that you all know that just because Remy can do one thing in one of my stories doesn't mean he can do it in another. Same applies to Rogue, but on a lesser scale. Pet theory: There was this one comic book (X-men #13 - 1991 series) where this building has crashed down around the X-men, and somehow Gambit is dirt free. Personally, I think he cheated and used his powers to disintegrate the dirt in order to maintain his immaculate appearance, hehe. This theory has shown up in a couple of my stories, however briefly, and will probably continue to do so.
I hate trying to come up with titles, so I usually end up picking a line from the story and using that as the title, hehe.
Don't Ruin The Upholstery series
#1, But What a Way to Go
#2, This is a Battle not a Tango
#3, I Mock Your Shiny Toothpicks
#4, We Probably Should Have Locked the Door
#5, I Was Unconscious Most of the Time
Thieves Guild series
#0, Never Get On My Bad Side - Prequel, written after Queen of Identify Fraud, can be read in publishing order if preferred
#1, I Make Men Weak at the Knees
#2, Queen of Identity Fraud
#3, King of Thieves
#3.5, There is No Questhelper in Real Life
#4, Hand Over My Body
The X-men Present: Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
#1, The Twelve Dancing Princesses
#3, Sleeping Beauty
#4, The Frog Prince
#6, Beauty and the Beast
#7, The Little Mermaid
#8, Robin Hood
#9, The Golden Goose
#10, Snow White
#12, Little Red Riding Hood
#14, Goldilocks and the Three Bears
#16, The Three Little Pigs
#17, Hansel and Gretel
#18, Swan Lake / The Swan Princess
#21, The Wishing Fish
#22, The Nutcracker
#23, The Ugly Duckling
#24, The Loch Druich Mermaids
#25, The Emperors New Clothes
#26, King Grisly-Beard
#28, The Snow Queen
More The X-men Present stories, including those by TheBlueFoxtrot A Samba can be found in my community.
Other chapter stories
Synonymous with Trouble
Penetrating the Engine Core
How the Mighty Have Fallen
Stuck on an Island with You (my 2009 NaNoWriMo)
Squeaky and Stripes
To Boldly Go Where No Mutant Has Gone Before
Rock 'n' Evolution
Hatred is for the Weak
Beauty and the Geek, Xmen Style
X-men Christmas Carol
Mojo's Christmas Invasion
The Kissing Booth
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Day of the Ninja
All I Want For Christmas Is You
Gym Class Heroes
Gym Class Heroes
Gym Class Anti-Heroes by JayCee's RedGold
I'm also involved in this: ROMY Round Robin Like a Bat out of Hell
There have been a number of occasions where people have asked me my permission to write certain things. Sometimes I wonder why people think they need my permission in the first place, hehe. So, before you contact me, here are my standard responses:
Writing the X-men version of [insert movie/fairy tale/cartoon/whatever] here: Go right ahead. I don't own the concept in the first place, and I wouldn't be so presumptuous to say that I did.
Using the X-men Presents format: I'd appreciate it if you asked. I usually say 'yes', but it's nice to be asked first.
Writing 'X-men as celebrities' stories: Go right ahead. I don't own the concept in the first place, and I wouldn't be so presumptuous to say that I did.
Writing the plot laid out in "I Mock Your Shiny Toothpicks" chapter 16: I haven't really decided if I'm going to write this myself yet, but if you really want to, just ask. I will probably say yes, but in return I'd appreciate it if you'd credit the myself and reference the source.