Author has written 9 stories for Superman, and Lois and Clark.
I’d love to be a woman of glamour and intrigue like in a British spy story. But I'm not. So here’s what I really am: Wife, Mom, Employee, and, in the Super Secret corner of my heart, a Fan. The Fan is dormant most of the time these days, but sometimes late at night when my other personas would like to go sleep, she comes out to search for and devour fanfiction.
The only fandom that I have ever loved enough to write in (so far) is Lois and Clark but I have also been known to spend outrageously long periods of time ruminating on Firefly, Jane Austen, L.M. Montgomery, the Tenth Doctor, The Hunger Games and Glee. Once in a while nothing will satisfy me but a great Harry Potter or M*A*S*H fic. One of my favorite Christmas treats is finding little gems in the newest Yuletide collection. In the wider world, His Girl Friday will still make me laugh the 3,623rd time I watch it, nothing gets me cheering like a really great episode of The West Wing and I will drop everything to watch Downton Abbey.
I never would have guessed in a million years that Cory Monteith's death would affect me as strongly as it has. I am an avid Finchel shipper, but while I thought Cory seemed nice and I thought it was sweet that he had found love with Lea, I never considered myself an active fan of the actor himself. But on July 13 I realized in one devastating blow that I had deceived myself, because my heart was truly bruised over the loss of this man whom I had never met and the enduring pain of the people who loved him, especially Lea.
I am grateful to the Finchel writers who have continued posting. Cory existed as Cory and he existed as Finn on TV and he existed as Finn in this place. We have lost the first two irrevocably, and it hurts more than I ever imagined to be possible. I am clinging to the new and ongoing stories that keep him alive here. It helps.