Author has written 7 stories for Dragon Age, Beverly Hillbillies, and Kim Possible.
Who are You: This started off as a BSG 2003 crossover story, but I reworked it where it's an AU story that features a model Six and a whole crew of original characters. I've put most of my time and energy on this story and it's a favorite of mine. It has also attracted some controversy: some people really like it, others really don't and still others aren't really sure what to make of it. Alessandra is not your standard run of the mill Six and I've branched out from official canon while, I hope, trying to stay within the spirit of canon in this story. This story still has a long ways to go and it has undergone so many changes and shifts as the characters voice their opinions and they can be quite forceful in making themselves heard.
Through the Looking Glass: This is a BSG 2003/BSG Classic crossover featuring Athena and a model Eight Cylon who basically switch universes with each other. This story is about adapting and growing and I'm enjoying writing it. I want to get back to this story as well as I have ideas on where I want to take both Athena and Callista. Right now this story is far in the back burner
That 70s Gate: This story is a guilty pleasure of mine. I got the idea for it from an episode of That 70s Show where Kelso dreamed that he and Jackie were Major Nelson and Jeannie from "I Dream of Jeannie" with Jackie originally as Jeannie and Kelso as Major Nelson. Jackie then blinked and switched roles with Kelso. When I saw Jackie in the Air Force uniform, I figured, "Why not?" and then ran with the idea. Right now, this is a low priority story. I'm currently revising this story.
Betwixt the Bear and the Bull: This is a Fallout: Las Vegas story I've just begun and is very low priority for me at the moment. Pretty much discontinued unless I get a wild hair
All The King's Horses (Reloaded): This story and the next one, in many ways, is a frustrating one for me. Some genres here seem to be more difficult to break through than others as far as feedback is concerned and the Mass Effect one seems, to be brutally honest, to be one of the most difficult of all to break through. To be frank, I feel like I'm banging my head against a wall writing stories for this genre. I do confess I pulled the trigger too quickly the first time I posted this story--I let my frustration get the better of me and pulled the story before it really could find an audience, so I re-conceived and rewrote it. This time, I'm going to give it the time to find an audience. However, it is low priority. Very low priority
Strike a Pose: I want to get back to this story because it was a fun story for me to write. It's also something of a heretical take on FemShep--which was one of the reasons why it was so fun to write. Here, I'm trying to get away from the "Tough Chick with Gun" stereotype by making Carrie Shepard basically the exact opposite. On the priority scale right now though, it's relatively low priority
I also have a Dragon Age: Origins/Marvel crossover. Not sure where I'm heading with this as yet
Mockingbird's Song: Kim Possible/Marvel crossover currently undergoing revision. Parts of it I really like, but parts are giving me fits.
De Guello: Kim Possible story that is currently high priority
Take care, everyone and write because you enjoy it--not because you have to.