Author has written 4 stories for Redwall, Doctor Who, and Firefly.
I’ve been a writer here since 2008 and, while I have not been an active member all that time, I do love this website and am a frequent visitor. I’ve grown a lot as a writer thanks to FF and have kept my first story on here both for your enjoyment and so you can see how much I’ve improved. More recently I’ve been trying to get back into writing, and I hope you enjoy the results.
My days of writing a piece or a chapter in a day and posting that evening are long over. I now like to sit on things for days, even months, before I post them. Call it the result of perfectionism if you will, but this method has time and again left me more satisfied with my work than posting too hastily. This is triply true for big works, especially ones with lots of plot thread weaving within themselves. This means I will often have a large bank of chapters ready to go by the time I publish a continuing work, but it also means that updates will be slow and methodical. Keep an eye out.
Speaking of keeping an eye out, please check out my favorites. I do not add something to my favorites lightly, and those that are there I consider to be on par with the work of many published authors. You'll find some wonderful stories for your perusal.
A Picture in Verse (Firefly) - Another kinda unintentionally sappy oneshot, this time focusing on Mal and Zoe with a bit of Zoe/Wash on the side - because let's be honest, nobody can ever have enough of Zoe/Wash. Post Serenity.
The Woman in the Shop (Doctor Who) - Sadly/fortunately Season 8 has rendered this story AU, as the question it attempts to answer has now been answered by actual canon material, but I still like it. And anyway, who ever said AU wasn't a good thing?
Foeseeker (Redwall) – the first story I ever wrote, I’ve kept this on here because it clearly (and somewhat painfully) demonstrates how much I’ve grown as a writer since I began working on it. I don’t make any claims that it is good writing, especially the first half and the side-story that dies in its middle, or that it is a good plot in general (I first came up with it when I was ten years old, and what you see at the beginning is the result a couple years of growth and plot development). But it has the seeds of potential and was the first story I ever wrote. It's also where I got my pen name, and for all its faults I am and always will be particularly attached to it. Some of my writer-friends have encouraged me to go back and revise it, but I do not foresee that happening any time in the near future. But maybe someday.
Sticks and Stones Won't Break Our Bones (Avengers x Superman/Young Justice) - Not sure yet about where this would get listed. Clint grew up on a farm. Clark grew up on a farm. Coincidence? I think not. This will also be a rambling string of adventures charting the growing years of the to-be superheroes. I will be semi-making up my own Clark-Kent-becoming-Superman mythos - DC's rebooted their universe enough times that I feel justified, and anyway, I'll mostly be pulling from bits they have established as canon and then extrapolating.
Bachelors in Superheroing (Justice League/DC Comics) – Title is very much not set in stone and again I'm not sure where it will get listed. This would pick up in the middle of Sticks and Stones but would focus mostly on Clark at college – and his roommate, who just so happens to be Bruce Wayne.
Young Justice Season 3 (Young Justice) - Title is TBD, if it changes from this at all. Because who doesn't want Young Justice Season 3? This would continue the YJ story, introduce some new characters - both from the comics and a few OCs - explore some old ones, and just generally be a rollicking adventure with one of my favorite teams ever. There would be some modification from what is typically accepted as canon - some character origins and motives, for example - but since Young Justice has been doing this since day 1 (only one of the original six Team members was actually from the comic lineup) I feel perfectly justified.
God Rest Ye, Weary Gentleman (Doctor Who) - a Christmas oneshot set after "Doomsday."