Author has written 63 stories for Avengers, X-Files, Blakes 7, Doctor Who, StarTrek: The Original Series, StarTrek: Deep Space Nine, Battlestar Galactica, StarTrek: The Next Generation, Avatar: Last Airbender, StarTrek: Voyager, Labyrinth, Mork & Mindy, Harry Potter, Robin of Sherwood, and Sherlock.
I have been writing fan fiction (mostly Dr. Who and Star Trek) for many years. I have had fanfics published in such Trek zines as Outpost (DS9), Four Lights (NG), Involution (NG Picard zine) and Beyond Farpoint (NG), as well as various Dr. Who zines and the occasional foray into Blake's Seven (Southern Seven). I am a working mom with two kids who tries to squeeze in the writing when I can. I hope you enjoy the stories I post, and welcome all feedback. Favoritest part of a review of all times was for my story "Bloodline" featuring Doctor 7, Ace, Tegan, and an OC called David, of whom the reviewer said: "But kudos for going with such a bold concept and for creating David (an orignal character whom I don't want to beat to death with a cricket bat)."
Community: I created a community under the "General" category, featuring all the Mirror Universe Star Trek stories I could get my greedy little paws on (over 120 stories now), from all Trek genres. Anyone who finds more for me gets a biscuit! It's called, naturally enough, "Mirror, Mirror".
For readers of my Dr. Who stories: I haven't read more than a handful of the novels, and although I acknowledge that they are considered part of the canon, I generally don't use them in my stories. So if events in my stories conflict with events in the novels, just consider them alternate universes and enjoy the ride!
An additional note: I would say 9 out of 10 of my stories are character driven, emotional...ok, honestly? They're soap operas. Hopefully they're entertaining soap operas, but to label them otherwise would be silly. Characters become romantically entangled with other characters, have babies, die tragic deaths, seek vengeance, etc. (although I've never had an evil twin pop up - yet). Consider yourselves warned! And please, read my "M" rated stuff responsibly. :)
Pet peeve that has been happening so much lately that I feel compelled to post it: The use of "wonder" when people mean "wander". Do more than just use your spellchecker, people!!! (Whew, glad I got that off my chest. Feel much better now.)
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