Author has written 3 stories for Doctor Who, CSI: New York, and Pokémon.
Stitch in Time: I lost my plotting book for this one (MAJOR paddy was thrown, believe me). So until I can assemble a new plot, I'm afraid it's on hiatus.
Final Thought: An intentional one-shot, told nearly entirely through dialogue and thought process. It's what you get when CSI:NY and German Expressionism is mixed, kids!
That Hollow Feeling: Another one-shot, but I'm thinking of expanding this one; there's something about Sarah I can't stop thinking about, and there's a niggling ficlet of an idea trying to worm its way out of my head. It may be a straight second chapter jobbie or a new entry altogether, I'm not sure yet.
DoctorxMe (but don't worry, I won't inflict that onto you good readers)
AshxGary (this is my favourite, and I'm a complete convert to Palletshipping. Keep reaching for that rainbow!)
HarryxGinny (and I shipped BEFORE Chamber of Secrets. Forsightful, no?)
I don't ship:
And I hate:
AshxMisty (it's just gotten so unbelievably dull, and taken over nigh on the whole of the goddamn Pokemon section)
FredxGeorge (they actually exist. I know, I threw up a little bit too)
Mpreg (eurgh, it's just that little bit too weird)
Stories that are just about beating up your favourite/least favourite character. Though writing the death of a character is rather theraputic and can be justified by the story or tone you were aiming for (the way I see it, the beginning and middle have already been mapped out for us, so the end is our only final say. the only place we can become truely creative) describing in gory graphic detail how a ten year old kid dies because you get your kicks out of it isn't cool.
Stupid, assinine 'parodies' that are less funny than a nail gun through the eye which take up all the space, leaving people too bitter and resentful to be bothered to read the actually good parody stories. For an example of the cream of parody, read citygirl1116.You will laugh until you cry.