Author has written 11 stories for Good vs Evil, Psych, Lewis, Professionals, and Midsomer Murders.
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 review, thank you. If you don't review, I hope you enjoyed the story.
And if I don't reply to your review, it's not because I'm ignoring you. It'll be for the old and well used excuse, I forgot. I will try to do better. Or, if you review as anonymous or a guest, FanFiction.net doesn't give me the option to reply.
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. Everything I write will have whump. 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.
The 10_Hurt_Comfort challenge on Live Journal. The challenge . . claim a fandom and a character and a prompt table that has 10 prompts and write 10 hurt/comfort stories . . . to much information? I thought so.
The muse has been found but he's being an arse. I'm slowly, slowly working on my first Mr and Mrs Murder story. It may even be the first Mr and Mrs Murder story because a search for fic in this fandom resulted in zero fics. Yeah, it's that small. Why do I always end up in miniscule fandoms?
Once that's done, I hope to continue my multi-chapter Midsomer Murder story . . . hopefully.
Maybe, I could multitask, alternate between fandoms/stories. Long time between posting chapters . . .
But, to do that, the muse needs to delete his ego and get his arse into gear.
Mr and Mrs Murder, Midsomer Murders, Inspector George Gently, Psych.
Jonny Pasvolsky (Mr and Mrs Murder)
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