Author has written 162 stories for Star Trek: 2009, StarTrek: The Original Series, and Doom.
I write both gen and slash fanfiction, catering mainly to the three Star Trek characters Kirk, Spock, and McCoy. This FF.Net account has been with me for ages (I joined in 2000) but it is not my primary fic-chronciling site. I post first-and-foremost to my Livejournal account (writer_klmeri) created specifically as a journal to encompass a gamut of writing activities, both the good (actual fic posting!) and the bad (delayed chapters, evil deadlines, and fending off trollers, oh my). It is open to the public and to anonymous commenters.
I recently discovered authors now have the capability to create their own Forum but I will not utilize one here. If you want to keep up-to-date on my current or upcoming projects or marvel at my ridiculous penchant for nattering on or read works not posted to FF.Net, please visit my writing journal. Also, any questions on writing (see below for an example) or reviews which require responses not feasible by PM-ing, again, visit my journal. I swear things are neatly organized, properly tagged, and fairly easy to find!
To conclude, I hope you find something to engage your imagination in a satisfactory fashion; this is the purpose of Story, after all. I am not a professional writer, nor am aspiring to be one, so please accept my humble offerings with a gracious heart.
Favorite author: Anne Bishop.
Your top 20 favorite stories of KLMeri:
I decided to take down my categorization of fics mainly because with well over a 100 stories, the list has become too long for a profile page. That said, I think I will post any news here:
All my stories can be found here at FF.Net, on AO3, or at my LJ. I even have a tumblr where I post some unpublished McSpirk drabbles!
On a writing note...
FICS NOT POSTED ON FF.NET:
1) The Rogue of Ciraea (a lengthy Black Jewels fic, 62k) - The Rogue of Ciraea (77346.html) or on AO3
2) Black Jewels drabbles - on AO3
You'll notice that I have marked no favorite stories... this is simply because I would break FF.Net with the list of them all. I am an avid reader who maintains a generous amount of pairings. I have browsed through so many fandoms, enjoyed SO MANY stories, that it would be a triple headache to even contemplate the thought of a top ten list. Therefore I have listed some of my favorite FF.Net authors instead. Each author has produced unfailing good works, which are a joy to read. Please pay them a visit!