Author has written 5 stories for Redwall, Warriors, and Doctor Who.
I’m a college student and biology major who enjoys everything from theatre to archery to Catchphrase. Not much else to say.
I spent several years on here starting in 2008, but after I finished my then-big story in 2011 I drifted away from the site and from writing. This was due mostly to school, although during that time I started my still-sporadic work on a story I eventually intend to publish. However, a friend recently introduced me to Doctor Who, and since then I’ve started coming back on here to read and – now – to write.
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. Be warned that I do not often read AU stuff (and if I do you can bet it’s a darn good story), for two reasons: first, AUs have a nasty penchant for being very poorly written (sorry), and second, because they almost always seem to involve somebody getting a happily-ever-after that didn’t happen in the canon story. I’ll be honest; fluff is not my stuff. Also, I have a Steven Moffat-esque streak in me that takes fiendish delight in torturing and killing characters, necessary, beloved characters, and rewrites of originally sad/bittersweet endings annoy this dark side. I feed it cookies to keep it happy. If you send me brownies you might save your favorite character’s life.
Blue Star – a work in progress that popped into my head right before exams and tormented me until I started writing it. It’s purely for my own entertainment, and if for some reason I start not enjoying it I will end it. Updates will be very sporadic because of college and life and my own lack of a time machine (much as I would like to have one; if you know where I can get one, please tell me).
Foeseeker, Silenced, A Redwall Poem, The Missing Piece: How Cats Got Their Tails – while I do love all these works (especially Foeseeker) 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.
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