Author has written 8 stories for Star Fox, Fire Emblem, StarTrek: The Next Generation, Stargate: SG-1, Indiana Jones, Star Trek Online, StarTrek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: 2009, Winnie the Pooh, and Warehouse 13.
I love writing, mostly original fiction, but when I'm bored I will often find myself writing fan-fiction, mostly about Star Fox, Star Trek, or Stargate. And mostly crossover-fiction, just because it's crazy fun and diverting stuff to write.
Here are the rules I live by when it comes to writing stuff like this:
Currently being updated (at a snail's pace):
SG-1's Long Trek Home. This is a story I've been piecing together bit by bit for a long time. (Currently, Sam, Jack, and Daniel are at the Utopia Planetia shipyards. Teal'c is somewhere exciting. Q has found an Iconian gateway.) (Next time: So what's Teal'c up to?)
Prime Directive. A story request. I am pretty much unclear what I'm doing with it. (I don’t know the comparison of Star Trek’s phasers to the Goa’uld’s cannons. But I do know that phasers are far superior to lasers. I don’t know what that means... I’ll just assume that a Federation phaser is the equivalent of the Asgard-laser-weapon-thing. Anyhow. Slated for Chapter 3: Away team, meet SG-1. SG-1, away team.)
Fire Emblem: PoR Title Required. A straight-up novelization. Not much to it. Practice writing battles for me.
Fanfiction I want to write but never will:
Numb3rs. My favorite television show on earth but... please. I'm only barely science-literate enough to write fanfiction for Star Trek and SG-1. I could never portray Larry right and don't even get me started on Charlie. Okay, but I actually might write one for Numb3rs. Maybe. :) Sherlock Holmes (Doyle's version). I'm just not clever enough. I'll live with the syndicated Sherlock Holmes fanfiction... like BBC's or WB's Sherlock. NCIS. I love the characters, but I'm terrible with coming up with mysteries. In addition, I sort of can't ever bring myself to write complete fanfiction for a show that's still running. Details tend to be skewed, especially with NCIS. Avengers (film). No.
Fanfiction that I will write someday:
Rogue Galaxy. I had so much fun with this game. It was probably not all that awesome in retrospect, but do I care? Absolutely not. It was awesome to me. And I don't care that no one else remembers it and most people don't even know what it is. But here's a hint. Galleons in space. Harvest Moon. I like the sort of wandering, non-important feel of the game and I would like to write a story like that. One that means nothing except to just write it. Writers sometimes get so entrenched in character- and plot-building that they forget to just wander and have fun. Warehouse 13. Just because I love this show. I seriously do. My favorite female character in fiction ever in everything is in it. Final Fantasy XII. In my humble little opinion, the greatest Final Fantasy game ever. There were layers to that story. Layers. Stargate: Atlantis. This requires no explanation. My only concern is McKay. Firefly. Because I've just wanted to write a second season? For a long time? I don't know what that entails. But I will someday. Always more Star Trek (all not ENT, TOS, or TAS). Always more SG-1. Always more Fire Emblem (Tellius). But I do tend to just novelize that game.
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