Author has written 5 stories for Battlestar Galactica: 2003, Harry Potter, Transformers, and Draka series.
I'm 28 years old and I'm a freelance writer and editor. I have completed two novel-length stories set in the "Harry Potter" universe as well as a "reimaging" of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen." Done with writing fan-fiction now, but I'll still read and review.
In middle and high school, I wrote fan fiction for "Prey," "Star Wars," "Starcraft," and "Dark Angel." I took a break for most of college--then I wrote "The Death of the Triton" for the new Battlestar Galactica. I found Sindie's "The Moment It Began" via some fanart on DeviantArt.com and was inspired to start writing "The Wrath of the Half-Blood Prince," which is an attempt to write a 100 percent realistic Snape/Lily story (it's based on Snape making better choices as a teenager) and explore some aspects of the wizarding world and the First Wizarding War that aren't covered in the novels. "Lord of the Werewolves" is an attempt to correct the underuse of Lupin and Tonks in Deathly Hallows and elaborate on certain aspects of canon, such as Greyback's werewolf pack, just HOW the Death Eaters seized control of the government so quickly, and what the Order was doing while Harry, Ron, and Hermione went camping. "The Revenge of the Fallen Reboot" is an attempt to prove that one can have one's cake and eat it too--a coherent plot, good characterization, and lots of explosions.
HP character relationships I like: Snape/Lily, Lupin/Tonks, Snape/Tonks (the personality clash alone would be hilarious), Lily/Lupin (surely she had more options than the thug Potter and the clingy emo Goth boy Snape), Harry/Luna, and Ted/Andromeda. The only "shipping" opinion I've got in the Transformers movie-verse is that Sam/Mikaela is superior to Sam/Carly.
My first published fiction was a short horror piece entitled "I am the Wendigo," which appeared in webzine Chimaera Serials in 2007 and now available for the Kindle. I have several pieces of independently-published short fiction available for Amazon's Kindle .
In addition to my independent fiction, I've sold an alternate-history science-fiction short story entitled "Coil Gun" to the Kindle anthology Digital Science Fiction; it appeared inin September 2011. I have also sold a short story to BattleCorps ( ), which is now part of the BattleTech canon. My most recent sale is the Viking horror tale "Nicor," which you can on Heroic Fantasy Quarterly's website.
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