Author has written 16 stories for Good vs Evil, Psych, Lewis, Professionals, Midsomer Murders, Lost In Space, Equalizer, Detectives, and Department S/Jason King.
The Most Important Reason to Write
For your own enjoyment — the joy of creation, the joy of reading the story you had to write because nobody else had done so until you came along. Don’t write with any goal in mind except this one: to complete a story — a novel, a novella, a short story, a short short story — so that you can read it.
My View Regarding Reviews/Comments
I don't write for reviews. I write because I love to write. So, if you don't review that's fine, I'm okay with it and I hope you enjoyed the story or stories you have read. And if you do review - thank you (I have a nasty habit of forgetting to respond to reviews).
My View Regarding Warnings:
I refuse to give a warning that will give away a major plot point. An example: if I write a death fic, I'm not going to warn you that it's a death fic. I mean, seriously, if the warning gives away the story, why bother reading it, you already know what's going to happen.
The Little Things:
Whump. I love wump. I live for it. Minor whump. Major whump. As long as it's believable. Angst. I love it. Slash. I don't do it. Nothing against it. Just doesn't interest me.
A Department S one-shot. Then perhaps, I may alternate between a Lost in Space fic and another Department S fic. All depends on what my wanker of a muse wants . . . will no doubt change his mind. Prat.
Department S (Stewart Sullivan), The Detectives (Sergeant Chris Ballard), Lost in Space (Major Don West), The Equalizer (Mickey Kostmayer), Bonanza (Candy Canaday), Midsomer Murders (Sergeant Ben Jones), Psych (Detective Carlton Lassiter).
When I was a kid, I use to bung off school every Thursday afternoon so I could go home and watch Joel Fabiani in Department S. And re-watching the show now . . . I would still bung off school just to watch him.
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