Author has written 112 stories for Burn Notice, Harry Potter, Mummy, A Knight's Tale, X-Men: The Movie, Psych, Pushing Daisies, Lord of the Rings, Bones, Newsies, Star Wars, House, M.D., Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Supernatural, Misc. Movies, Step Up, FAKE, Gravitation, Moulin Rouge, RENT, Star Trek: 2009, Batman, White Collar, StarTrek: The Original Series, Merlin, Firefly, and Doctor Who.
My name is Jace or J or JC and I'm addicted to fan fiction. I'll read (and write) almost anything that you can come up with. I'm an English major, a history minor, and I've got no idea what I'm doing with my life. I'm nineteen and a college sophmore (sort of, but that's a long and complicated story). I like to travel and I like to write and--clearly--I like to read/watch tv/watch movies.
I write both slash and het, and I write just about anything. (Which you can see if you look at what I have posted.) I also write normal fiction, where I mostly write fantasy, and I would love to be published one day. I'm an active participant in both NaNoWriMo and Script Frenzy. I'm pathera on those websites as well, if you'd like to look me up, and I'm always looking for friends to poke and prod me into not procrastinating.
And speaking of procrastination...I'm terrible. Research papers? I do them the night before they're due. The same goes for fanfics. I also have a habit of not posting anything for a while and then posting a ton of stories all at once. I don't like to just post one chapter of one story when there are people waiting to read a chapter of a different story, so I like to wait until I have new chapters for all of my stories and post them at the same time.
Most of my stuff is one-shots because I have this little problem with chaptered stories. I start them and then I never finish them. Clearly, this is a problem. It is one I am trying to remedy.
Now, what do I like to read/watch/play? You can see from my posted stories that I've written for a number of fandoms. I tend to write whatever stirkes my fancy. I have a long list of ideas in a word document (which is going on thirty-eight pages in size 8.5 font, so that tells you something). If I watch something or read something and an idea pops into my head there's a good chance that it'll end up here. However, some of my favorites happen to be:
Movies: Batman Begins/The Dark Knight, the Ocean's Trilogy, The Mummy/The Mummy Returns, A Knight's Tale, America's Sweethearts, Wimbledon, X-Men 2, Saved!, The Breakfast Club, Lake Placid, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Carribean, Across the Universe, Newsies, Star Trek (2009, Search for Spock, Wrath of Khan, Long Voyage Home, I love them all), Step Up (1 and 2), and dozens of others that I simply can't remember right now. I have a love affair with so-called bad movies, the ones that have B-list (or C-list) stars and have low budgets and are only rated half a star and are so phenomenally bad that you can't help but love them. Especially ones that you find on the sci-fi channel. Most of them, though, I don't write fanfics for, haha.
TV Shows: Merlin, White Collar, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Friends, Psych, Burn Notice, 24, House, Sliders, Roswell, Bones, CSI (old school early seasons only though), Star Trek: TOS, and tons more. I also happen to have a love affair with cooking shows. The food network is like love to me. Throwdown with Bobby Flay and Iron Chef, Hell's Kitchen, Top Chef...I love them all. Of course, I can't cook worth a damn, but I still love it.
Books: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Seven Deadly Wonders, Six Sacred Stones, The Silver Wolf, His Dark Materials Trilogy, Ender's Game, Ender's Shadow, The Elenium Trilogy, The Redemption of Althalus, Dante's Inferno, The Call of the Wild, White Fang, The Beach, Boy Meets Girl, Firestarter, On Writing, The Dead Zone, and about a million others. I love autobiographies and travel books as well. Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential is fantastic, as are all of Bill Bryson's books, particularly A Walk in the Woods.
Authors: Stephen King, David Eddings, Matthew Riley, Tamora Pierce, J.K. Rowling, Mercedes Lackey, Jodi Picoult, Bill Bryson, Phillip Pullman, and so on.
Anime/Manga: FAKE, Gravitation, Cowboy Bebop, Yugioh, Pokemon, Inuyasha, Demon Diary.
Music: The Hush Sound, The Academy Is, Taking Back Sunday, Hollywood Undead, The All American Rejects, The Bravery, Cobra Starship, Hawk Nelson, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Alkaline Trio, just about every soundtrack ever made, and hundreds of others.
So there. There's a look inside of my head and a few things that I like.
As for my posted writing, I have various random one-shots in tons of different catagories. The main fandoms that I'm writing for at the moment are: Harry Potter, Merlin, White Collar, The Mummy, Batman, and Star Trek.
If you are looking for something to read I strongly recommend all of the stories on my favorite's list. There are quite a lot to choose from, and they are all awesome! I also highly suggest reading slantedwonders works.
Also, I've revived my Livejournal, so if you're looking for updates about the progress of something you might find it there. And if anyone wants to friend me there go right ahead!
The Sands of Egypt--The Mummy
All He Can Do--He dreams and he wishes, but all he can do is remember. Jon/Ardeth slash.
Hot Sand--Jon finds himself in Egypt and an old friend pays him a visit. Jon/Ardeth slash.
Inkling--Rick O'Connell always thought there was something funny going on between his brother-in-law and his friend. Jon/Ardeth slash, Rick/Evy fluff.
A fourth in the series is coming. At some point. It is currently titled The Hard Part, and it includes a few things that have been asked for in the past, such as a certain Medjai ending up in jolly old England. It's also darker and more angsty than the previous parts of this series, but...we'll see how it goes.
Intuition--Shawn Spencer doesn’t really believe in the paranormal, but he can’t shake the feeling that something terrible is about to happen. Shassie slash, rated for gore. Twoshot. First in the series.
Paranormal--Shawn Spencer isn't dead...yet. He is, however, transparent, and the only person who can see him is the one who most refuses to let him go. Slash, Lassi/Shawn. Second in the series.
And yes, there are plans for a continuation. At the end of Paranormal, in my author's note, I quite firmly stated that it was the end of the story, that I wouldn't be writing any further because I simply didn't have any inspiration for it. Well, here's the thing. I lied. At the time I was completely truthful. And then, out of nowhere, I came up with not one but two ideas for this arc. So there are now plans for both a sequel to Paranormal and a prequel to Intuition. The first deals with the aftermath of everything that happen previously as well as the further development and trials of Shawn and Lassie's new relationship; the latter deals with more background development on said relationship prior to the events of Intuition (because it has been mentioned in reviews that their relationship seems to come completely out of nowhere, and I'd like to rectify that). I'm not making any promises on when either of these fics will show up (because I am working on other things at the moment, both fics and my own original fiction), but they will show up at some point.
Secrets, Secrets--Harry Potter
Not Me--Ron's proposal doesn't go quite the way he expected. FW/HG. One-shot.
Meant to Be--The sequel to Not Me, in which someone gets married, someone is secretly engaged, someone gets snogged, and Molly Weasley has a fit. One-shot. FW/HG, HP/GW, RW/LL
This particular arc was never meant to be more than a one-shot and a sequel. But tell that to the plot bunnies raging in my brain. There's a distinct chance that another might pop up sooner or later.
The Scientific Method
Methods of Insanity--Dr. Jonathan Crane is rather fascinated by the person thrown into the cell next to his. Crane/Joker minor slash, one-shot. First in the series.
Observations of the Clinically Insane--Even outside of Arkham, Crane can't help but be drawn to the Joker. Through careful observation and choice encounters he's drawn deeper and deeper into the world of the madman, right alone with everyone else. Two-shot. Hints at Crane/Joker, Joker/Harley, Crane/Harley, Joker/Batman. Second in the series.
There is a third one in the works. It is entitled Patterns of Delusion and will delve further into the relationships between...well, all of them, as well as having a touch of a plot to it. It's meant to be a one-shot or a two-shot, but I'm not going to put any restraints on it, haha.
To my readers of Crossroads of Providence and Renaissance--I'm truly sorry that it has taken me forever to come to a conclusion about these two stories, and in the meantime I've left you all hanging out there waiting for the next chapters. As much as it pains me to do it, I'm not satisfied with the work in either story, nor do I feel myself capable of completing them at this time. Renaissance will be placed on hiatus indefinitely. While I truly like the concept I am not happy with the work. If I get around to it I will rewrite it and finish it, but I have other stories which take precedent over it. One day it might be completed, but until then it will not be updated.
As far as Crossroads of Providence goes...it too is being placed on an indefinite hiatus. I adore the idea of it, but what I have needs to be rewritten and I've fallen out of the Supernatural fandom. Not entirely, and it's likely that I will be back into it at some point, during which I will attempt to write a better story. Until that time though, I am very sorry.
Finally, to my readers of Smashed, I WILL complete it. I am working on the next chapter at the moment. I've had a lot of problems with this fic, in the characterizations and the writing style and the plot. When I first started it I knew where I was going, but it's been such a long time since then that I completely lost the train of my original thought. At this point I am just trying to bring it to a close and to a point where I can be content with my work, if not entirely satisfied. I've also gone in and out of the Psych fandom, which doesn't help matters at all. But the fic WILL be finished, even if it kills me.
Coming Soon To A Computer Screen Near You:
The Stars Align--The sequel to Disorientation. Years after the events of Disorientation, Sam Winchester had almost entirely forgotten the six months he spent in the care of a foster family. He and Dean are drawn to the deserts of Nevada, only miles away from the glitzy world of Las Vegas, to investigate a series of unusual, fiery deaths. While there Sam stumbles upon more than just supernatural forces; he finds himself face to face with Lydia, the girl from his past. Set third season after Bad Day at Black Rock. (I'm not making promises about this anymore. I need to reacquaint myself with the Supernatural fandom before this can be written. And while I fully intend to write this at some point, I have no guarantees as to when that might be. With any hopes it will appear within this year, but I'm not promising anything.)