Author has written 143 stories for Supernatural, and Custodes Noctis series.
I grew up a long time ago in Arlington, Virginia. I could walk to the Pentagon from our house, and bowled with my Dad at the Pentagon lanes when he worked there. We watched planes coming and going from National Airport. I've lived in Richmond, VA pretty much straight through since graduating college, with one notable two year Hunter Thompson-esque stint in Beckley, West 'By God' Virginia. Think of the Waltons and Deliverance at the same time.
I managed for a chain bookstore for 8 years before I owned my own shiny SF and Mystery bookstore in Richmond. My business partner and I slugged it out, but the superstores slugged harder, and we mournfully closed our store in '94. If you are lucky enough to have an independent bookstore in your town, go buy a book from them immediately.
I want to thank everyone who has read my fiction since I first started posting in March of '08, and especially those of you who have reviewed. If you have not yet reviewed an author, please consider it. It's better than chocolate for us, and we'll write you back.
And to my astonishment and delight, I just received another request to borrow Canaveral's allergic Florida-hating Dean. I could never have predicted that. I'm delighted to lend him out, just drop me a line so I can read the story.
With the exception of a short one shot (Perfect), I write canon fiction. Anything that is not canon is, or will be, suitably noted in the summary.
I am very happy to announce that I won the 2008 UnGen Award: The Carver (Best New Writer)on supernaturalville.
I am also very happy to thank whoever nominated my stories for Round 16 of the Supernatural Fanfiction Awards. Canaveral won in the "Hunt That Little Bitch Down Category". You can see the winners of all rounds at Sensue.net/snfa. Thanks to everyone for the work you put into these awards.
I have a story appearing in Blood Brothers 3, published June 2009. Please contact TeaJunkie@comcast.net if you are interested in buying a copy. Thanks