Author has written 8 stories for Rurouni Kenshin, Gorillaz, Captain America, Half-Life, Prometheus, 2012, Borderlands, and Over the Garden Wall.
As my fics demonstrate, I'm of the opinion that villains are people too and just need a hug in order to be convinced to abandon their sadistic, murderous ways and become productive members of society. I also believe the clouds are made of cotton candy and trees are really giant lollipops.
As my fics also demonstrate, I apparently have a fetish for bald, evil men, gasmasks, Nazis, monsters, and bald evil Nazis in gasmasks who turn into monsters. Therefore, anything I say should probably be taken with a grain of salt.
If you enjoy villain redemption stories, there might be something here you'll like. But be warned that the bad guys I like tend to be either universally reviled or are such minor characters that people forget they exist. Sometimes both :P
I have been accused of having "fandom ADD," which means I flit from one fandom to the next, leaving fics for long periods without updates. I hate to admit it, but this is true. Because of this, I have given up all attempts to keep to an update schedule. I feel bad about this, but I feel worse promising updates by a certain time and not delivering. I appreciate everyone's understanding and promise that, no matter how long a fic may go without updates, it hasn't been abandoned. Unless I am unexpectedly run over by a truck, I will finish it someday.
Also, sometimes I will work on multiple fics at the same time, so just because another fic as been updated or a new fic started, doesn't mean that I'm not also working on your favorite too.
If all that hasn't scared you off, then you'll find my humble contributions to this site below. I hope you enjoy them, but if you don't, I'm always happy to hear what you think I can do better. Though it may bruise my ego a hair, and I may not always agree with what you're saying, I'll never get angry at a reader who's just trying to help me out. Constructive criticism is one of the two greatest gifts a writer can receive. The other is you, the readers.