Author has written 12 stories for Robin, Nightwing, Batman, Star Trek: 2009, Naruto, Doctor Who, Star Wars, and Fringe.
In loving memory of Kitty,
Who always made me smile,
Never let me side step a compliment,
And, despite the difference in years, was always my twin.
Most of my writings are driven by my obsessive need to fix what what's wrong, what I perceive as wrong anyway, or odd coincidences that should be explored. I know my style is acquired, or something at least that doesn't appeal to the masses. I've been working on writing less cryptically as I've been told I keep too much back and need to build better foundations for my readers, but who knows how that is going.
Blood and Water Flowed Out -- A piece done after remembering an old challenge of an impossible choice. I wrote both endings for the story, but sadly have lost the file with dying computers and missing flash drives. I had the other ending posted for I think a day or two before I changed my mind. Motivation: coincidence. Finished.
Desperado -- Active. Next chapter status: 10%. Story status: outlined.
The Distance Between Corresponding Points -- An attempt at more mainstream writing, which I'm fairly sure was a total failure with this regard. I got sucked in by the alternate reality which I am so fond of, then made everything more complex then it really needed to be as usual. The chapters are mapped out, but I've been struggling with narrator voice, especially chapters with Spock for some reason. Motivation: coincidence. In Progress.
Distortions of an Empty Face -- A run at writing with little self restraint for symbolism, deep undercurrents, and cryptic, heavy details. Which is not to say I don't like it, but just that it needs work. I've finally found my notes from when I moved 2 years ago, and plan to edit it into something reasonable within the next 50 years or so, though I need to remap everything. Since DC is doing better than they were at the time with the characters, my obsessive need to fix isn't high on this one right now. Motivation: fix. On Hiatus.
A Hero's Causatum -- An attempt at a 5 drabbles bit; I was really in awe of them at the time. Tim is not getting out let alone healthy anymore, making it such a dated piece. Motivation: fix. Finished.
Never Was This 'Verse -- Active. Next chapter status: 80% but mad at it. Story status: outlined.
The Opportunity of Defeat -- Written from two prompts for Macabre March Madness 2011 in two days. The submissions are comment fics, which limited and stylized the story. Motivation: twisted observance. Finished.
Refractions of a Destiny -- The first story I've started since Silent Echoes for which I started writing without an ending in mind. Which worries me, but since I didn't do so bad 10 years ago writing this way I'm excited as well. Motivation: fix. In Progress. Next chapter status: outlined. Story status:
She's So Heavy: I Want You -- In progress. I was having fun with this story, but when Elisabeth Sladen passed, I found this made me sad. I keep telling myself to go back to it, but I just haven't yet.
Temporally Coincident Occurrence Of Acausal Events -- I just like the title. Motivation: Coincidence (and then Jason hijacked it to suit his own purpose). Finished.
Turdus Migratorius -- Short little piece I wrote while I was raging about retcons, but then realized not all retcons are bad. Finished.
Yesterday is Tomorrow -- A piece I had first attached to A Hero's Causatum, but moved to a stand alone. The ending was derived from the fact it had first been added to A Hero's Causatum and I wanted only 1 piece where Tim wasn't sane -- backwards I know, but that was the whole premise. Otherwise, who knows what emo end I would've given Batman!Tim? Motivation: fix. Finished.
Currently I'm doing homework, trying to get a new job after graduation, and re-watching old TV shows I know by heart. I've got a case of writer's ADD and entered a fest instead of working on my old Batman series here. So what says in progress means in progress but not actively. Other procrastinators might understand that.
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