Author has written 4 stories for Sherlock Holmes.
I'm a long-time slash reader but have only recently started writing slash fanfiction. I've just become enqblur on livejournal.
I have extremely ambitious plans for several other short stories in the works, all of them slash. In Lieu of Tea is my first fully-completed short story.
I did NaNoWriMo 2008 for exactly forty-five minutes, and procrastinated all the way through -but won- NaNoWriMo 2009 with 50610 words. I haven't posted my novel yet, as it's under construction, but after NaNoEdMo in March I'll post it to fictionpress. Ironically, In Lieu of Tea was written after I finished my NaNo novel.
I am excellent at commenting on everyone else's stories (verbally, of course- I'm one of those poor sods who rarely reviews even when I know I should) but not so good at finding things in my own work. Happily, I love getting feedback, so please tell me what you think about my stories. I'm trying to pull myself out of my bad, non-reviewing habits.
Additionally, I'd appreciate story/author recommendations or writing prompts because my plot bunnies, while admittedly breeding everywhere, are utterly disorganized and would like some direction.
My stories are infinitely revisable, and so, should there be any error, I hope that I might be directed to it. They are:
In Lieu of Tea, which was written in one long couch-stint, and edited the following morning, on a different couch. Neither couch belonged to me.
Repercussions of Reclusiveness, which I meant to write as an introspective oneshot but, like most introspections, rather refused to resolve itself. I'm working on a second chapter, which will probably spawn itself into a third. Who knows? Perhaps, this will become my next novel. If it does, I rather hope it will be better than my first.
Men of Many Talents, which was written to keep myself writing, and is in fact a series of oneshots for which no one, except for one user (to whom I have not yet responded), has prompted me.
The Adventures Without Watson, which will be a continually edited single chapter, mostly because I can't stand chapters under a thousand words unless they're oneshots.