Author has written 107 stories for Joan Of Arcadia, Roswell, Early Edition, Prison Break, American Gun, Graduation, Avatar, White Collar, StarTrek: The Next Generation, StarTrek: Enterprise, Being Human, ReGenesis, Bomb Girls, Falling Skies, Sherlock, Dominion, Night Shift, 2014, Daredevil, and Good Doctor.
Name's TeeJay (she/her)
Born in the 70's, actual German
My first encounter with fan fiction was in the Star Trek fandom. It was way before anyone even knew what the internet was. Fan fiction was then published in printed fan magazines or self-published fan booklets. (And, yes, I am that old.) This was years before I started writing fan fiction myself. I don't actually (and this is kinda sad) remember the first fanfic I've written. I have vague recollections of a badly written X-Files parody, and there was also this collection of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine character stories that I was planning to write with a German friend of mine. Oh, I was young and naive...
My first real ventures into fanfic started when I became a fan of Early Edition. Finally a show where I could write without having to look up technical details in a fake encyclopedia or invent settings that didn't actually insist in the real world. The next show I became enamored enough with to want to write for was Roswell. Though my Roswell and Early Edition stories... they're so old, and I was very inexperienced with somewhat limited English vocabulary. I also used to be involved in a project called Roswell - What Might Have Been, which is no longer active (http://).
From there on out, my writing adventures carried on through the fandoms I've followed over time. These include Joan of Arcadia (Adam/Joan), Prison Break (Michael/Sara), James Cameron's AVATAR, White Collar, ReGenesis, BBC Sherlock, Dominion, Netflix's Daredevil, and most recently The Good Doctor (Shaun/Lea).
You can also find me on AO3, username tj_teejay, and that's also where I post all my fanfic these days. You will likely find stuff there that I have not and will not be posting to FFN.
The Good Doctor Shea blog: You Make Me More