Author has written 10 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Stargate: SG-1.
So far, I've only written Lord of the Rings and Stargate SG-1. I am a major Sam/Daniel shipper and that's what I write. No exception. Okay fine...my only exception ever is to read a decent Sam/Cam fic.
In Stargate SG-1, I only write Sam/Daniel for my ships (with the small exception of Traitor? and Redeemed. I don't include Everlasting either, since that's just a Sam/Cam friendship piece. I do tolerate Sam/Cam, but can't stand Sam/Jack. Don't ask me why. I'm just a rebel, I guess. In Stargate Atlantis, my full support goes to John/Teyla. Any other ships, excluding the formerly mentioned, I can live with. I really like the Tony/Ziva thread in NCIS. As for slash, my veiw has changed a lot, as evidenced by my newfound loves: the Nightrunner series, the Mortal Instruments trilogy, and Loveless. (03/09/2011)
THE UNOFFICIAL BLOG: (As of Thursday, November 14, 2013) I think at this point, it's safe to say my work is still on hiatus. It sucks, because I'm frustrated by my lack of oomph to write; however, Life hasn't been kind to my desire to write much of anything. I've got a sort-of-novel started and it's going to wind up on FictionPress at some point, but I'm barely a fraction into it, and I've no idea when I'm going to wrap it up. That said, I'm slowly picking away at it, which is better than not working on it at all.
Unfortunately, that sort-of-novel is the only thing I've got going that's got much potential. I think what I may have to do is go back and write a few short stories to get any sort of creative juices flowing, and I'm not sure I'll write anything for FF.net. Which is the long way of saying: If I still have anyone looking at my stuff, your best option to find newer material will be on FictionPress.
To go to my FictionPress.com account, click here. I don't have much yet, but it'll pick up. Eventually.
QUOTES THAT TICKLED MY FANCY:(The Chronicles of Nick, Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon)
Bubba: It's four o'clock guys. I'm going up to watch Oprah. Unless the shop catches fire or we're under a massive zombie invasion, I don't exist for the next hour. On second thought, don't bother me if it's zombies - I'll deal with them later. Today's a special episode on how to make peace with people who piss you off. And I definitely need to find my Zen.
Mark: Your Zen's shooting stuff, Bubba. Embrace your inner violence.
Bubba: Fine, then. My inner violence says I'll cut your throat if you bother me until Oprah ends, so sod off.
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx(The Fever series, Faefever by Karen Marie Moning)
(Tales of Xillia skit, Alvin's Secret)
Jude: Where'd you go after you left the shrine in Nia Khera?
Alvin: That's a secret for grown-ups.
Jude: It's sounds like you're trying to hide something.
Alvin: (Grins) Figured that out, did you? Do you wanna ask what I was doing?
Jude: If you don't want to tell me, that's fine.
Alvin: If it's fine with you, then I ain't tellin'.
Jude: You don't want to tell me?
Alvin: You don't want to ask?
Jude: I'm starting to think I'd rather not know.
Alvin: I'm starting to think you're probably right.
(Tales of Xillia skit, Of Monster Bondage)
Alvin: You see the way Milla freezes those enemies in their tracks? I guess she really is into bondage.
Jude: (Blandly) Oh, is that what the technique is called?
Alvin: Aww, I thought I'd get more of a rise out of you than that.
Jude: I'm just tired of your lies and innuendos. Just give it up already.
Alvin: Oh-ho! And now I'm the one being tied down by your sadistic decrees. Sorry, Jude, I'm not that into bondage play.
Milla: (Walks over) But it is true that some people can only experience true intimacy when they're tied and bound.
Alvin: The conversation takes a surprising turn! (Slyly) Are you speaking from personal experience?
Milla: No, I read it in a book. It was called "Men and Women Beneath the Sheets".
Jude: (Alarmed) What sort of books are you reading?!
Milla: There was a similar comment in "The Aesthetics of Being the Catcher" as well.
Jude: (Goes red) That one's probably about something different.
Milla: (Surprised) Oh?
Jude: W-Well, I wouldn't really know.
Alvin: Sounds like Milla's more into total freedom than tying anyone down.
(*Side note: It's observed during a separate side event that "Men and Women Beneath the Sheets" is a universally banned book, which leaves people to wonder how she got her hands on it.)
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