Poll: Should I re-write, then continue writing, the direct sequel to my Monkees story "Changes"? A story which details Micky's reaction and perhaps recovery to the news of his fathers death (including some real life details taken from his book). Vote Now!
Author has written 5 stories for Bones, Monkees, NCIS, and Monty Python.
Right, well. Basically I'm a fan of The Monkees, Portal 2, Sherlock, The Hobbit, LotR, Doctor Who (10th Doctor) David Tennant, Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Top Gear, and most of all Craig Ferguson. There are other things to... but that's a general idea of me.
My writing - Past, Present and Future:
NCIS: I used to RP as Tim McGee on myspace. I put some of it into a story but stopped because it was far to tedious. Shortly after my writing partner and myself ended up stopping the RP simply because we didn't have time.I was told I catch Tim exceptionally well and also am very good at writing the team. It's unlikely I will ever write in this fandom again as I don't watch the show. I still love Tim... but I feel I need to be up to date to write.
Pirates of the Caribbean: This was the first thing I ever wrote for. I RPed as Captain Jack Sparrow. I am not ashamed to say that I was often seen as (one of) the best Jack RPer in the whole run of RPing on myspace. I was the best during the time I was there. Thanks to Jack, I got into writing. I made an entire back story of him and created my own feel to him. I had a good lot of stories based on creating my version of him. Though it's, again, unlikely I will ever write in this fandom again. I didn't like the 4th movie very much and I have no place to RP as him.
Other: Thanks to having RPed I also wrote as my own characters, David Turner (William Turners son, from PotC) and Fang, who is my own character from my own entire universe I created. If I ever become a professional writer, it'll be with her. There's been plenty of other things here and there as well but mainly just the aforementioned.
About my writing:
My writing is generally a little darker. It's rare I'll write anything OTHER then angst of some kind and some level. Sometimes things can become rather bloody and controversial and I feel that if a character might cuss, I have no problems writing it. Also, I often have great idea's which loose their charm since they have to be filtered through my less-then-good grammar and wording.
I will not usually write slash or any sort of pairings of any kind... BUT it has been known to pass through my keyboard so I can easily do it. I just choose not to because I prefer friendships.
I'll read in many fandoms, including ones that aren't listed up top of this. I like only a couple kinds of story genre - I love a dark story. My favorite (but rare to find) story is one that involves torture and angst to my favorite character (who is the main character/victim) but ends with a good ending. Or at the very least an ending that is looking up. I won't read death-fics or ones that leave lasting damage to the character (such as blindness... missing body parts... serious mental scarring and so forth)