Author has written 7 stories for Redwall, Warriors, Doctor Who, and Firefly.
I’m a college student and biology major who enjoys everything from theatre to archery to Catchphrase. Not much else to say.
I am very fond of canon and will go to great lengths to make my work canon, but I also love to fill in gaps and add details wherever possible. That said, I have several crossovers (currently in progress, not yet uploaded) that, while obviously not technically canon, I am still very fond of. So I guess I'm a bit of a paradox. Which I can live with.
My days of writing a piece/chapter in a day and posting that evening are long over. I like to sit on things for days, even months, before I post them. That is triply true for big works, especially ones with lots of cross-linking 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.
Father's Day - (Firefly) - my first plunge into the Firefly 'Verse, this oneshot was a lot of fun to write and wound up being, by my standards, a lot sappier than I intended. I still love it, though, as it's a little snapshot of Mal and River's relationship (and has the introduction of a brand new Serenity crewmember whom I hope to include in later works. He's cute, what can I say). PSA: I do not do Mal/River AT ALL - that's just creepy, guys, sorry - so those of you with similar sentiments have nothing to fear.
A Picture in Verse - (Firefly) - another kinda-unintentionally sappy oneshot, this time about 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. Another sort of new character introduced in this one whom I plan to use later, although she actually is from the comics and so is technically canon.
The Woman in the Shop - (Doctor Who) - sadly/fortunately Season 8 has rendered this story irrelevant, as the question it attempts to answer has now been answered by actual canon material, but I like to think that this is a kind of alternate universe resolution.
The Captain's First Mate - (Avengers) - Steve makes a new friend while househunting in Brooklyn. This is going to be a rather rambling string of adventures versus an actual story with a nice beginning-middle-end setup, kind of a collection of oneshots and character sketches. But it will be fun. I promise.
Sticks and Stones Won't Break Our Bones - (Avengers x Superman) - 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. BTW this will probably be listed simply under Avengers, if only because there are so many Superman shows, movies, and comics out there I wouldn't know where to start. Also, I will be semi-making up my own Clark-Kent-becoming-Superman mythos - DC's rebooted their universe enough times that I feel justified. Besides, if the DC and Marvel characters exist side-by-side it stands to reason it wouldn't be the same universe as the published material. Right? Right? (Also, crossovers don't get nearly enough love and publishing under just Avengers would get it more notice. Yes, I'm fishing for hits.)
The Great Space Caper - (Firefly x Doctor Who) - the crew of Serenity and Team Tardis meet up and chaos ensues, not the least of which involves the Rivers being unleashed upon the world simultaneously. The 'Verse might not be able to cope, let alone Mal's and the Doctor's respective sanities.
God Rest Ye, Weary Gentleman - (Doctor Who) - a Christmas oneshot set after "Doomsday." Will be published during the Christmas season as per the subject material.
Blue Star Serial - (Doctor Who) - this is going to be not one but thirteen stories, styled like a season of the show, tracking the adventures of the Doctor and Clara with a stranger they rather unintentionally pick up from the ruins of a destroyed city. It was originally going to be a single story, titled Blue Star (thus the name given here), but it kept growing and growing and finally it made more sense to break it into parts. That may or may not continue to hold true, but we'll see.
Foeseeker (Redwall), Silenced (Redwall), A Redwall Poem (Redwall - no duh), The Missing Piece: How Cats Got Their Tails (Warriors) - while I do love all these works I have improved vastly in my writing ability since then and have also moved beyond the books they were based upon (although Redwall will always have a special place on my bookshelf). I don’t recommend reading them – looking back on them now I smile at what a good writer I thought I was – but for old time’s sake I don’t have the heart to take them down. Also, I've moved computers several times since publishing them and now no longer have the original documents. Since I don't see myself using them any time soon, I feel like the internet instead of my hard drive should deal with keeping them on record.