Author has written 4 stories for Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles, and NCIS.
A few of my favorite things: Words cannot truly express how much I love television and cinema as a whole. Not just any television or cinema, though. I'm picky. At current, my favorite television fandoms, in no particular order, include: NCIS, Fringe, and Bones.
Favorite TV shows that no longer exist: The X-Files, Alias, La Femme Nikita, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and oddly enough, Bewitched. No one wiggles their nose like Elizabeth Montgomery. Don't let anyone tell you different. They lie.
My ships: I am an avid shipper. I can't help it. My path down shipdom began with Mulder and Scully. The current ships I love so dearly are Tony and Ziva from NCIS,Booth and Brennan from Bones, and Peter and Olivia from Fringe. Seriously, I like these television shows more than is healthy.
Things I hate about TV: Anything reality based. Reality TV is evil. It is the bane of my existence. I wish for it to disappear this instant. Sadly, I will not get my wish, so I will continue to pretend that this type of television does not pollute the airwaves. Here's something to think on: All the reality TV you watch is being beamed into space at light speed. Do you really want other civilizations in the universe to know you're watching this junk?
Beta Reading: I do beta read, in case anyone is interested in my services. Things I will look out for in your stories include: punctuation, spelling, and general flow of the story you're trying to tell. I'm a stickler for proper punctuation in a story. Ridiculously so, in fact. You can have a very well written summary, but if I open up a story and there are egregious misspelled words in the first few paragraphs, and/or the misuse of words like their/they're, or its/it's, I'm going to stop reading your story. As an adult who reads a lot, things like that are very annoying because they are so easily remedied. Get a beta, no matter who it is. I promise, you won't regret it.
I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A bird will fall frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself. -- D.H. Lawrence, Self Pity
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