Author has written 40 stories for Mummy, Tribe, Sailor Moon, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Labyrinth, Harry Potter, Discworld, Roswell, Dark Angel, and Buffy X-overs.
Oh my, I am still alive, despite my lack of activity on FF.Net. For those looking for relatively updated stories, I am currently immersed in BtVS crossovers at Twisting the Hellmouth (under Kei). My LJ had my most recent updates listed, though I will occasionally update stories massively here, just on a whim. I've been writing and reading fanfiction for near 10 years now, though Labyrinth and Buffy are always near and dear to my heart. I mostly visit FF.Net to read Harry Potter fanfiction (who knows why), reread old stories for inspiration as to how far I've come, and bless all the kind souls who have left such touching reviews over the years. My original email is still active, I still check it every day, and I adore every review that comes my way. Especially those by readers who have stumbled across my Labyrinth fanfiction from long ago.
A personal primer on the stories listed here:
Sacrifices was the first long Labyrinth piece I ever wrote. Its more complex plot wise than I normally go for, but the writing is not nearly as sophisticated as I would currently require of myself. Of course, I was also 17 when I started writing it.
Take Me Away will probably always be my favorite Labyrinth work. If you want a very "true" view of how I would picture a Labyrinth sequel, this would be it. You can also see my language obsession peeking through, so it gets a bit verbose at times, but if you ever want to read the Labyrinth story I'm most proud of, this is it.
In terms of my short stories, the only two I'm still particularly fond of are Sweet Dreams which, while terribly sappy, still has a nice line or two, and Long Way Down which I've always been proud of as a precursor to Take Me Away. The tone is similar, though the concepts are very different.
Most of my crossovers are Buffy based and happily housed at Twisting the Hellmouth. My piece de resistance, so to speak, is and always will be Trick or Treat. I don't know where I was when I wrote that happy monstrosity, but it was a wonderful creative place. See TtH for the full version.
Check out A Hacking Good Time, also at TtH, if you want a really good laugh.