Author has written 7 stories for Buffy: The Vampire Slayer.
Hi! I'm a HUGE Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan. All the fic I write is Buffyverse fic.
"Sacrifice for Love"
"In the days after Jenny’s murder, Buffy began offering herself to him. Not overtly, or with words, perhaps not consciously, at least not at first..." Basically a PWP, but with a focus on character. I just wanted to write something (relatively) short and sexy and this is what I came up with.
"For the Memories"
A somewhat common premise for stories in the B/G fandom is the Giles finds Buffy the summer she runs away. This story puts a twist on that premise. Buffy runs away, but because of something drastic that Giles does, she ends up somewhere totally different than she thought she was going. Giles finds her there, but he's not the same Giles Buffy knows. Forever WiP
"After the Ball" and "Darkest Before Dawn"
"After the Ball" was previously titled "What If" but that was so unoriginal and really had nothing to do with the story itself, so I renamed it. I also recently revised that story, and I think it works much better now. Anyways, I would describe "After the Ball" as a PWP with character development. Thirteen chapters of character development before you get to the pr0n (which isn't even really pr0n. It fades to black). I wrote this story because I ship Buffy/Giles, but am EXTREMELY picky about characterization. This is a problem for me as a B/G shipper, because Buffy has stated a few times in canon how not attracted to Giles she is, and also that, while I believe that Giles may very possibly be subconsciously attracted to Buffy in canon, I don't believe it likely that he would acknowledge those feelings consciously, and if he did, there is almost no possibility that he would act on them because he would have severe moral qualms about doing so. There are only a few stories in all of fandom that meet my stringent characterization standards. All of them are post-series. I wrote "After the Ball" as an exercise in characterization, to see if I could get season 4 Buffy and Giles in bed together while also keeping them in character. I think I did a pretty good job.
"Darkest Before Dawn" is a continuation of the story. It's more plotty.
Welcome to Ever After = On my website only (script form)
Will be a three-parter. I have it mostly written in rough already, just have to find time to type. Written in screen-play format, it's what I would like to see happen (but I know probably won't) if the Buffyverse were continued. It rectifies what I didn't like about the seventh season while trying to remain true to the style and spirit of the show.
Part I: It's been a year since Sunnydale sunk into the earth and the Scooby Gang split-up around the globe. Now, in the wake of the demonic take-over of Los Angeles, they reunite to bring down Wolfram & Hart. Can they work together again? Or has too much changed?
Part II: Cast adrift in demon-run L.A., Buffy and Giles unexpectedly run in to old aquaintances. Meanwhile, Xander and Willow bear witness to the consequences of Buffy's mistakes. They're pretty dire. Is this the end of the Scoobies?
Part III: The Three in One united: one Flesh, one Power, one Disease... the day approaches when they must either destroy entirely or be entirely destroyed. (Coming eventually)
"Premonitions," "A Revelation and a Proposal," and "Redemption"
Unfinished, and will remain so, due to poor planning. This series was my first foray into fanfic. Set in an AU inspired by a far better fic (More Than Anything by Dollsome) in which Jenny Calendar didn't die.