Author has written 20 stories for X-Files, Homicide: Life on the Streets, and Sherlock.
Just FYI, there's a lot more of my stuff on AO3 -- archiveofourown(dot)net -- because AO3 allows links within stories and also allows explicit content, so if you want the full menu, find me over there also under shinysherlock.
I've been writing fanfic for a long time; my first stories were about The A-Team, Airwolf, and Duran Duran and written on an actual typewriter. :) I'm not THAT old, I just started really young... ;)
Wrote a lot for X-Files and Homicide in the late 90s, and just recently got interested in fanfic again, especially for Sherlock. I just finished my Molly and John thing, post-Reichenbach. They're not even my otp, I just had this idea and had to build it. . . and it turned into a 33,000 word epic, and how the heck did that happen? And at some point I'll have to write a Firefly/Sherlock crossover, if only to challenge myself to earn my username.
I'm in the process of uploading all my old stuff, and it's been eye-opening. Some of it I'm so proud of, and some of it is painful for me to read! I still really like "1000 Rainy Days", which took three years to write from start to finish, and "Losing My Religion", which took one evening. Writing is such an inconstant mistress.
I have loved many, many fandoms, but my current infatuation is the BBC Sherlock. Recently addicted to all the "Bondlock" (Skyfall/Bond crossovers with Sherlock). Still very much in love with Firefly and Harry Potter. Also loyal to Merlin, psych, The Closer . . . my main addiction is television it seems, though I also love to read, and cook, and knit and crochet, and dabble in arts and crafts. Just a random note--if you're on ravelry and love Sherlock, check out the 221b group. :)
I very much appreciate (i.e. "live for") comments; positive ones, of course, but thoughtful criticism as well. I do not presume to have nothing left to learn about writing or the fandoms I love.
I'll read almost anything but mostly I love stories that ring true to the characters.
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