Author has written 14 stories for Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes, Highlander, Inception, Sherlock, The Thing, and Big Wolf on Campus.
Illustrations for some of these stories, along with my various other doodlings, can be found here: http://cryptix23.deviantart.com/
I'm 20 years old, female, and a community college student. I enjoy writing, art (specifically drawing), sociology, and psychology, and I hope to one day become a fiction editor. I identify as an agnostic pagan, a realistic optimist, and pretty darn open-minded to boot. I'm in college and working with the school newspaper, so I don't always have a lot of free time.
I'm a nerd, geek, dork, and whatever other synonyms you want to put in there. I roleplay, both freestyle and pen&paper, I read lots of webcomics, I watch a ridiculous number of movies, I love cartoons, and I don't watch TV, but I do catch some shows on DVD. I adore older comedies, including The Court Jester, The Great Race, Mork & Mindy, Soap, and anything by the Marx Brothers. I love all sorts of fiction as well as humorous nonfiction.
I'm a perpetual fan of Star Trek TOS and various Sherlock Holmes adaptations, and otherwise am prone to extreme fandom drift.
I'm a slash fangirl. That doesn't mean I hate relationships of any other kind -- in fact, there isn't a pairing yet that I've actively disliked, and in the end I'm pretty much anybody/everybody -- just that I particularly enjoy male/male relationships, and I love subtext. I like angst, humor, hurt/comfort, and romance, preferably all together. ;) I have a perverse fascination for 'What-If' stories, from the benign to the outlandish.
The one thing I don't like is OCs. I have an unfair prejudice against them, and will avoid most fics that involve them prominently, especially in a romantic capacity. I try to avoid them myself, as well.
I also tend to abuse comma splices, as you've no doubt noticed. I apologize.
I got into SH through the 2009 movie, but don't much like it -- it's plenty entertaining if you turn your brain off, and Law!Watson is amazing, but otherwise it tends to send me off into a rant. I adore the books for all their oddities, and from them moved on to the Russian series, and then Granada, my favorite of the canon adaptations. BBC's Sherlock series is also quite fun.
While I adore the Shwatsonlock pairing, my official OT3 is Holmes/Watson/Lestrade, though I also love Holmes/Watson/Mary and John/Molly/Asexual!Sherlock for the BBC series.
My favorite Holmes is Brett, hands-down, though Livanov is pretty up there. My favorite Watson is the very handsome Solomin, though Law rates pretty highly, just before Burke and then Hardwicke. Lestrade is epitomized by Colin Jeavons. Though I can't remember her name, my favorite Mary is the Russian one, who is just freaking adorable. My absolute favorite part of the BBC series is Molly Hooper.
Apply Them, Chapter 18: Staging a Suicide
Art Runs in the Blood: Moustache Series Conclusion
Triangle: Being a chronicle of the strange courtship of Mitch Wozniak and William Coles, Jr. after the events of the movie. A three-part story with coda, for the nonexistent fandom of the 2006 thriller Unknown. M-rated for explicit m/m sexuality.
Awakening the Half-Dead Man: Sequel to G&G, likewise a BBC Sherlock/Inception crossover. A case goes horribly wrong, leaving John withdrawn and unresponsive. Sherlock wants to try dreamsharing to draw him out, but Mycroft won't let him go alone. Enter the best Extraction team alive -- and an old friend with a secret.
Capgras Syndrome (Part 2): Continuation of the cracktastic crossover of BBC Sherlock and John Carpenter's 'The Thing'. Sherlock reveals what they're dealing with and how they're going to handle it.
Fallen for Lancelot: It's hard to avoid falling for a man like John Watson, and even harder to let him go. Three slips of paper might be all it takes to change three lives forever. A three-part Watstrade/Shwastrade story using a mix of Granada and book canon. Part 3 will earn the M-rating, whereas parts 1 and 2 are pretty tame.
Critique is always welcome, without exception. I will love you forever if you tell me that something is (or seems) wrong and thus give me the chance to fix it.
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