Author has written 27 stories for Legend of Zelda, Biker Mice From Mars, Ninja Turtles, Tin Man, Medical Investigation, Street Fighter, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, and Alice, 2009.
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It's been brought to my attention that I should update this thing to keep confusion down. My homepage The BookWorm's Library is the authority of my writing. Everything usually gets a spot here; it might take a while. Updating is a slow process.
I'm done with my Masters' in English (December 2009), so I have been updating the fun stuff again. If you want to know first when I finish a new story, sign up for my updates newsletter at the Circulation Desk.
I tend to work in series. I haven't figured out why I have such a problem working with stand-alones, maybe because I watched these episodic shows religiously?
Biker Mice From Mars has two separate series right now: Evil Jack and Wars Are Won. Evil Jack is a series based on the idea if the character "Asphalt" Jack MacCyber had gone psycho. Wars Are Won is my epic series, picking up where the first series of Biker Mice had ended in 1995 and will eventually get them to the 2000s. It also collides them with another fanfic series...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has only one series, but somehow ends up colliding with the other fanfics I have written. (It made sense when I was planning and as I write it. I can only hope it make sense when you read it.) Starting with Bloodlines, you can follow Zack's adventures in To Be a Hero: Hero Awakens. If you just want to follow the green teens, read The Ronin and the crossover with Biker Mice Wars Are Won: Family, Friends, and Foes.
I have fanfics for Legends of Zelda, using the cartoon series as my starting point. I do try to reference the games as much as I am able to before my series split from what Nintendo decided to do.
The new universe I have fallen in head over feet for is Tin Man, Sci Fi Channel's steampunk version of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The first fanfic I have published here in that category falls in with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Biker Mice From Mars: Wars Are Won since it is another crossover featuring Zack Baker. You should expect some Tin Man stand alones to follow at some point. And just in case you weren't convinced of the level of my obsession: the O.Z. Map Project now has a permanent home on my personal website.
One Tin Man story, "What Memories Can Bring" was inspired by Blackmoor Nights' cover of "Diamonds and Rust." Take a listen to what I think is a perfect song for Adora Cain.
Tin Man: Pirates of the Nonestic: has the largest fanmix I have created to date for a story soundtrack. You can download it here. I also created character profiles for the original characters that are introduced in this novel, and you can read them at LiveJournal's O.Z. OC's Tavern or at the Reference Wiki at my homepage.
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