Author has written 14 stories for Indiana Jones, StarTrek: Voyager, Ironman, Psych, Star Trek: 2009, and Captain America.
‘Ello! This is Alexis Seven. As I am sure you have guessed, this cannot be my actual name. Alexis is simply what I’d like to be called, and Seven just plain sounded cool.
Well, um, me…about me…first and foremost, I am a XX chromosome, (that would be female, for those who didn’t pay attention in biology). I am 23 years old; graduated High School in June 2008. I have curly red hair, green eyes, and freckles. The rest seems to change without notice.
I adore any and all things Star Trek. Any of the six series will do, (yes, the Animated Series counts; it established a significant amount of Trek canon. It counts), but TOS (The Original Series) TNG (The Next Generation) and VOY (Voyager) are my favorites.
I am a closet comic book geek, particularly Marvel stuff. Thor, Captain America, Iron man (though I do hate him after the Civil War) and the X-Men are my favorites there, and my DC faves are Batman, Wonder Woman and Huntress. With the Marvel stuff, I tend to mix the movie verses with the comic verses. I prefer what the comics established as canon, and a good chunk of the movies just sort of blasted canon out the window, (Fantastic 4, and the X-Men movies, especially Origins: Wolverine, just to name a few), but there are aspects of certain movies I do like and would like to keep (Johnny Storm's character in F4, loved him! Keeping the Tony/Pepper ship in Iron Man). So any fics I do in the comic verse will be...mixed. I'll be sure to stick it in the Author's Notes what I'm keeping/changing/etc.
I am a huge Indiana Jones fan, and I am also a big Pirates of the Caribbean fan as well as Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pernfan.
I am recently obsessed with the Ranger's Apprentice series by John Flanagan. LOVE THEM!!!
Other random fandoms I like: Psych; Monk; Leverage; Warehouse 13, White Collar, Castle, Covert Affairs, Tin Man, Alice, Once Upon a Time, the Temeraire book series, the Tomb Raider games and movies, How To Train Your Dragon, Brave, Tangled, and other various things that I can’t think of right now.
I am incredibly clumsy, slightly ditzy, and stubborn beyond all reason. I love being a kid (dancing in the rain; catching snowflakes on my tongue; hugging Mickey Mouse, etc.) and listen to a wide variety of music that includes but is not limited to Argentine Tango music, a ton of Top 40 songs that have been in and out of the charts for the past year or so, numerous country songs; assorted oldies; some movie soundtracks; a few easy listening (Frank Sinatra!); big band/swing; and whatever Jimmy Buffett falls into. I love romance, adventure, and comedy, and I will try to throw these elements into my writing while doing my absolute best to keep everyone in character.
That’s me in a nutshell. If you don’t like it, you probably won’t like any of my stories. I tend to throw a lot of myself into my writing.
If you have any suggestions on my work please feel free to drop me a message. Reviews and constructive criticism are always welcome and appreciated. Please no flames though. Flames are cruel and embarrassing and not very helpful.
I am working two part-time jobs, which barely allow me to read fanfiction, let alone write any. However, I do have a few stories in the works, such as more bits and pieces to my one-shot collections, sequel-ish-things to a few, as well as one EPIC Pirates of the Caribbean fic that I and my co-conspirator Kippling Croft have been working on for YEARS. I've lost track...
I have recently become absolutely obsessed with the Ranger's Apprentice series...LOVE THOSE! I am absolutely head-over-heels in love with Halt. Love him. However as much as I love the books I do not agree with most of the pairings...well...any of the pairings that happen. See below for how I think it should be...
Anyhow, any questions/comments/ideas are always welcome and appreciated!
Pairings: I DO NOT READ OR WRITE ‘SLASH’ PAIRINGS. EVER.
RANGER'S APPRENTICE: Halt/Adriyn (OC), Will/Cassandra, Horace/Jenny, Gilan/Vix (another OC), Alyss/George, Pauline/Crowley
ST: TNG: Picard/Beverly Crusher, Will/Deanna;
ST: VOY: Doctor/Seven; Janeway/Chakotay (J/C shipper all the way!! C/7 should never have happened!!)
ST: New 2009 Movie: Spock/Uhura (I always liked that idea, even before the new movie, and now...yay!)
ST: TOS/TAS/2009: Other than Spock/Uhura, I like the idea of Scotty/M'ress (Animated series) and I've been playing with the ideas of Kirk/Christine Chapel or Bones/Chapel.
ONCE UPON A TIME: Red/Dr Frankenstein (frankenwolf), Rumpelstiltskin/Belle (Rumbelle)
WAREHOUSE 13: Pete/Myka (Pyka)
CASTLE: Castle/Beckett (Caskett)
LEVERAGE: Nate/Sophie (Nophie) and Parker/Hardison (Pardison)
WHITE COLLAR: Neal/Alex (Nealex) OR Neal/Sarah (Seal) I could honestly go either way...
COVERT AFFAIRS: Auggie/Annie (Augnie) Never knew it was possible to fall so hard for a ship so early in the show...
TIN MAN: Cain/DG
DC COMICS: Batman/Wonder Woman (Wonder Bats!), Green Lantern/Hawkgirl, toying with the idea of Superman/Catwoman...
MARVEL COMICS: Iron Man: Tony/Pepper (movieverse) X-Men: Kurt Wagner (Nightcrawler)/Ororo Monro (Storm) (love you, Black Panther, but Storm's not for you), Jean Grey/Cyclops, Rogue/Iceman or Rogue/Gambit (She could go either way for me), Colossus/Shadowcat (Kitty Pryde), Daredevil/Elektra, toying with Logan (Wolverine)/Elektra
X-OVER PAIRINGS: Lara Croft(Tomb Raider)/Indiana Jones, Hiccup(HTTYD)/Merida(Brave)
There are others, of course, I just can’t think of them right now.
Quotes: (My bio page is being really stupid; so the spacing is weird in this section. If I've got part of it figured out there should be a line between quotes.)
Halt: "Problems postponed have a habit of solving themselves, more often than not." -- Ranger's Apprentice Series, book 4: Battle for Skandia
Skandian slave: "What do you mean, Araluen? Death?"
Halt: (Makes a careless gesture)"Oh, the usual I suppose. The sudden cessation of life. The end of it all. Departure for a happier place. Or oblivion, depending on your personal beliefs." -- Ranger's Apprentice Series, book 4: Battle for Skandia
Thor: We drank, we fought, he made his ancestors proud. --Thor 2010
Hal Jordan: I, Hal Jordan, do solemnly swear...to pledge allegiance...to a lantern...that I got from a dying purple alien...in a swamp. Yeah. -- Green Lantern 2010
Jane: I feel as though I just found out my favorite love song was written about a sandwich.-- 27 Dresses
Spiderman: Am I dead? Why does heaven smell like a wet dog? (Looks around, sees Wolverine) Oh. Never mind. -- Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (video game)
Myka: She's out of your league.
Pete: How would you know?
Myka: Not like I asked for them, but I've got season tickets. --Warehouse 13
Nate Ford: Did you just kill a guy with an appetizer?
Eliot Spencer: I dunno, maybe. -- Leverage
Lucius Fox: Let me get this straight: You think that your client, one of the wealthiest, most powerful men in the world, is secretly a vigilante who beats criminals to a pulp with his bare hands, and your plan is to blackmail this person? Good Luck. --Dark Knight
Gus: “It was her! You’re dating a murderer!”
Shawn: “NOT exclusively.” – Psych
Barry: “That’s your problem, Spencer! You live your entire life in grey areas!”
Shawn: “That’s not true; though I generally vacation in grey areas.”-- Psych
Lassiter: “He had a partner.”
Shawn: “So now I have to find that guy? Wait, I’m confused. When do you start chipping in?” --Psych
Gus: "Was that guy trying to help me? "cause I fell really creeped out right now."
Shawn: "Dude, he put you on the creepy train to Creepy Island where the creepy natives drink creepy nectar out of creepy coconuts..." --Psych
Shawn: "Hang on Doogie. Where'd you get that juice box and does it come in grapalicious?" --Psych
Gus: “Great! So now we’ve got a mummy on the loose and the son of a bitch knows how to drive a stick?” --Psych
Cosmo: “...I got no fame; I got no big mansions; I got no money! But I got—What have I got?”
Don: “I don’t know; What have you got?” – Singing in the Rain
Jervis: "Have I been rude to you?"
Jervis: "Forgive me. You're utterly charming. You're a little fat boy with wings and a bow and arrow and I am very fond of you. Mmm...You're a dandy!" --Daddy Longlegs
Beckett: “You’re mad!”
Jack: “And it’s a good thing too; because if I wasn’t this would probably never work.”— Pirates of the Caribbean 3
Data: I believe I speak for the entire crew when I say…to hell with our orders.” – Star Trek: First Contact
Picard: “They call themselves the Borg.”
Lily: “Borg…sounds Swedish.” – Star Trek: First Contact
Chakotay: “Trapped on a barren planet and you're stuck with the only Indian in the universe who can't start a fire by rubbing two sticks together.”— Star Trek Voyager
The Doctor: “Sticks and stones won't break my bones, so you can imagine how I feel about being called names”— Star Trek Voyager
Tom Paris:“Commander Paxim, my people are counting on you! Look, no one knows Voyager like I do. I know every vulnerability, every blind spot. Don't worry, I have a plan.”
Harry Kim: “This is not reality. It's an illusion!”
Janeway: "Coffee: the finest organic suspension ever devised...I beat the Borg with it." --Star Trek Voyager
Janeway: (Storms into the mess hall) "Coffee! Black!"
Neelix: "Ah... sorry, Captain. We lost two more replicators this mo..."
Janeway: "Listen to me very carefully, because I'm only going to say this once; Coffee. Black
Neelix: "Yes, Ma'am." (Seeing her anger and not having a death wish, he goes to a replicator to get the captain her coffee. To the replicator: ) "Coffee, black." (Hands it to her. To Janeway) "While I've got your attention, there--"
Janeway: "Coffee first." (Takes a sip, letting it wash down slowly) "Now, what's the problem?" --Star Trek: Voyager
Chakotay: "Maybe I should go to red alert and get it over with."
Chakotay: "You're about to drop one of your bomb shells."
Janeway: "Now, what makes you say that?"
Chakotay: "The way you fiddle with your combadge - you do it every time." --Star Trek: Voyager
Chakotay enters Janeway's quarters, and finds her picking apart a replicator
Janeway: "You're late. Unfortunately, so's dinner."
Chakotay: "Let me guess: you burned the roast again."
Janeway: "Once, a long time ago, I called this replicator a glorified toaster. It never forgave me."
Chakotay: "I didn't realize replicators held grudges." -- Star Trek: Voyager
Janeway: (about intimate relationships among the crew) "We're a long way from home. Everyone is lonely and...all we have is each other. I think eventually people will begin to pair off."
Chakotay: "Including you?"
Janeway: "As captain, that's a luxury I don't have." --Star Trek: Voyager
Janeway: "I keep looking to all these captains, my comrades in arms. But the truth is - I'm alone."
Chakotay: "If that moment comes, we'll face it together - and we'll make the right decision. You're not alone, Kathryn."
Janeway: "A few years ago I didn't even know your name. Today I can't imagine a day without you." --Star Trek: Voyager
Janeway: "We have to talk about this."
Janeway: "I think we have to define some parameters... About us."
Chakotay: "I'm not sure I can... define parameters. But I can tell you a story... an ancient legend among my people. It's about an angry warrior who lived his life in conflict with the rest of his tribe. A warrior who couldn't find peace, even with the help of his spirit guide. For years he struggled with his discontent. The only satisfaction he ever got came when he was in battle. This made him a hero among his tribe, but the warrior still longed for peace within himself. One day, he and his war party were captured by a neighboring tribe led by a woman warrior. She called on him to join her because her tribe was too small and weak to defend itself from all its enemies. The woman warrior was brave and beautiful, and very wise. The angry warrior swore to himself that he would stay by her side, doing whatever he could to make her burden lighter. From that point on, her needs would come first. And in that way, the warrior began to know the true meaning of peace."
Janeway: "Is that really an ancient legend?"
Chakotay: "No, but that made it easier to say." --Star Trek: Voyager
Harry Kim: "It's all a little weird..."
Janeway: "Mr. Kim, we're Starfleet officers. Weird is part of the job." --Star Trek:Voyager