Author has written 8 stories for Lethal Weapon.
Hello to everyone who has landed on my page!
I enjoy writing but unlike some of the others on here, I do it strictly for fun. I plan on being a professional artist, not a writer. However I think that exercising my creativity in any field can only help with my future plans. That being said, although I don't plan on doing it professionally, constructive criticism and reviews of any kind are always very welcome. I may only be writing for fun but I still want it to be good and enjoyable for those reading! Unfortunately, my updates can be erratic and I find that I obsessively edit myself, making it even longer before I feel a chapter is ready to go up, but if you follow a story, hang in there because if I start publishing it here, no matter the time that has passed, it will not be abandoned!
I am a huge movie buff but don't have the time or desire to watch a lot of TV. As much as I like the stories and relationships that are out there on some of the shows, it is just too difficult for me to watch them enough to feel that I can do justice to them with my stories. I also like movies because I find since there isn't as much canon material, it is easier to create my own vision.
Although it is an older universe, I stay focused on writing Lethal Weapon stories. The situations that can be discovered are endless, you can incorporate everything from goofball humor to angst, the relationship between Riggs and Murtaugh is just simply one of the best that has ever been created and I love all the characters -- from the two detectives right down to the Murtaugh kids. OK, I don't really love Lorna, LOL, but that's a whole 'nother matter... When I watched the movies, I just found a number of stories suddenly filling my brain and I had to start getting them out and that's how I ended up here. I have massive story arcs that encompass a wide time frame -- some taking place long before the events of the first movie and going straight thru until past the last one. Although some of these stories will build on one another, I do plan on writing them so that they are still able to work as stand alone pieces.