Author has written 16 stories for NCIS, Queer as Folk, Magnificent Seven, and White Collar.
I guess it's time I put something in my profile after many years of being a member. A little about me: I have celebrated too many 'milestone' birthdays to still be spending time reading (mostly) and writing (occasionally) fanfic but it's my guilty pleasure. I started with the X-Files and never looked back.
I love stories with strong bromance or father /son themes, and many of my own stories contain discipline themes. I try to make it as realistic and plausible as possible, though I know there are many people who will never find the idea of one adult spanking another even remotely conceivable. I do try and post clear warnings so no one is unpleasantly surprised. (Though of course there are always those who claim to hate stories like them but read anyway and then complain.)
I am currently in a White Collar phase, though after the current season my warm feelings for the show have faded somewhat. I sometimes get requests for sequels to my NCIS stories, but my love for that show disappeared too when it became clear that the writers had no idea what to do with Tony and Gibbs anymore and turned them into caricatures of themselves. Still, I never say never, except...one thing I will never do is post a story that is a WIP,and for the life of me, I don't know why anyone does.
To me, it's like knitting a friend one beautiful mitten and then telling them, 'I'll get around to giving you the other one sometime in the future.' Well, maybe you will and maybe you won't--the yarn store could discontinue the yarn you used, you could become fascinated with paint by number sets instead, or you might develop arthritis in your hands and have to give up knitting--my point is, there are a hundred reasons why you might never be able to finish, and it makes absolutely no sense to me to offer part of something that is useless incomplete.
There are only two explanations I can figure out for posting bits at a time: either you are desperate for reviews (and don't even get me started on writers who say they will only post when they reach X number of reviews--beyond pathetic) or the writer has no idea where the story is going and is hoping for inspiration from those who are reading. If anyone has another explanation, I would love to hear it. Several writers have said that 'that's just the way I write ' and my reply to them is, "no, that's the way you POST--you can write at any speed you wish." Just MHO, but like I said, if anyone has a reason I am not seeing, PLEASE let me know, because it has puzzled me for years.
Oh well, thanks for checking out my profile. Happy reading!