Author has written 264 stories for X-Men: The Movie, Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Smallville, NCIS, Law and Order: SVU, A song of Ice and Fire, and Hunger Games.
This profile was last updated: 23 March 2015
Teaser on my (tentative) next project: HERE.
I do not advocate violence against women, so any commentary left that suggests Gibbs should be "slapping" or "beating" Jenny in any of my fics is highly offensive and disgusting. Please seek help if you think a woman being independent and equal is grounds for domestic assault.
Any links on this page (that are not links to specific other people's pages) will take you directly to a tumblr specifically correlating with my writing.
You can follow THIS BLOG to follow my works elsewhere. I'm pretty interactive.
Credit my icon photo to the artistic talents of Abby !!
Contact Me: PM. It's enabled for that exact reason. I'm relatively affable.
If you don't like my stories, don't read them. It's literally that simple. I get a healthy amount of constructive criticism that's discussed with me maturely (and usually through thoughtful PM) and I enjoy that; it makes me better. However, 'reviewing' to call my writing 'trash' because you have a different view of the character (and have a drastically different understanding of the original canon character) is really just irritating and, to put it callously, pathetic.
When you waste your time reading a bunch of stuff you don't like just to hate on it in a way that, frankly, sounds like the bitter, whiny tantrums of a spoiled child, you essentially just make yourself look sad and pitiable. It's almost amusing, to know someone "hates" my writing so much they spend precious moments of their free time flaming it instead of reading something they love or writing something wonderful themselves.
Here's the thing: I have been writing a long time. I have a significant community of followers who do like my writing (and whose writing I like in return), and a close knit community of friends in my fandom. If it's upsetting to some people that I don't write certain characters as flawless fairy princesses, and they're thus angry that a considerable amount of people are enjoying it the angsty way instead of the fluffy go lucky Kindergarten happiness way, so be it.
Bottom line: Do yourself a favor, and if you don't like, don't read.
a note on plagiarism: we are writers. we create and we imagine. we articulate stories through emotion and action painted with words. our words mean everything to us; they are taken from our souls and bled onto pages. if you cut someone else's words from a page, paste it onto your own, and claim it as your own, it means nothing. it is cold where it once had life; it is dry where it was once flavorful. plagiarism is unacceptable. it is artistic thievery--it is making a horcrux, marring a part of your author soul. devour your favorite words; appreciate them and love them--do not steal them. do not tarnish them by putting your name on them if they do not belong to you. give credit where credit is due. do not plagiarize.
General Disclaimer: I do not own any of the characters from NCIS, X-Men, Smallville (or DC Comics), Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Pirates of the Caribbean, or Law&Order: SVU. These characters are solely the intellectual and financial property of their creators. I do not profit from the stories posted here, nor do I seek to. I cannot claim to have created most of these excellent fictional specimens. I just play with them (and let's face it, torture them) in my free time.
I published my first story in 2006 when I was thirteen years old. It was within the X-men fandom. This profile is a timeline of my work since then, and how I have improved as a writer. My early stuff remains available to those who supported me back then, and to remind me that writing is a lengthy process and the more you stick with it, the more you learn, and the better you become. I have since deleted my two first X-men fics, and began numbering fics after that (which is why, out of nostalgia, I ended up letting some of my more, er, unpolished work remain).
I currently "employ" (I use that word loosely, as the only thing I pay her in is manic texts and neurotic conversation) Mila, or Miss Mila, as Beta for a majority (99%) of my works.
She is a fantastic writer in her own right--so check out her work.
In The Works:
"." Indicate a 'theme', not a working title.
Disaster Hearts--Shannon/Gibbs; post-Pedro (this is a Charles Dicken's/Scrooge kind of thing except none of that spirit guide nonsense)
The Bad Israeli Romance Novel -- [NEVERMIND! I came up with a plot, and now I'm really excited !! So this is back on.]
The Orchid Giver -- Jenny & Gibbs' wedding
The Education of Eleanor Bishop -- a tribute to the fallen: short increments of the team telling Ellie about those that came before her.
Madame Alexandra's Stories: A Guide to What's Published:
Back-in-the-day Oneshots (unrelated to the trilogy, no order, unrelated to each other):
The Truth About Love Triptych:
Benjamin Universe (were not written in order, do not have to be read in order, LISTED IN ORDER):
LB/SF Universe (no chronology beyond the original story):
Orchid Universe (no chronology beyond the original story):
The Army Colonel's Daughter Universe (vaguely chronological; don't have to read in order)
Eating Crow Series / City Series
Shannon/Gibbs Collection (absolutely no chronological order and no relation to each other):
The Pretty Woman Collection (Holly Snow/Leroy Jethro Gibbs):
Lawyers & Cops Collection (M. Allison Hart/Leroy Gibbs)
Gibbs & Diane
Gibbs & Rebecca
Gibbs & Stephanie
The Ziva-leaving Triology:
The (rare) Tiva Archives
Tiva: The Eli & Anthony Universe (began writing before news of Cote's departure got out) (no particular order)
The (even rarer) McAbby* Archives
For Jibbs (NCIS) Fans:
For Huddy (House, MD.) Fans:
For Sparrabeth (Pirates of the Caribbean) Fans:
For Han/Leia (Star Wars) Fans:
The following links will take you to a tumblr solely involved with my works.
ACD DRABBLES EXCLUSIVE TO TUMBLR:
-Commentary on my fic Three Gunshots.
Original Five Kisses stories.
Playlist for The Sixth can be found here.