Author has written 27 stories for Discworld, Murder in Suburbia, Doctor Who, Being Human, Firefly, and Torchwood.
To sum up: Brit, who thinks she has a way with words, attempts humour but occasionally gets sidetracked into fluff.
Author writes mostly for Monstrous Regiment as feels that most other interesting discworld characters are still under the direction of the man himself (long may this continue). Would write Dr Who/Firefly, but suffers from lack of cannon knowledge with the former and inability to write the dialogue in the latter.
You will find Femslash here, if that bugs you feel free to move along. However, author suffers from terminal blushing if attempts to write actual smut so the strongest you'll see is restricted to fluff only. Everything will be labelled as such so feel free to browse away at the more soldiery tales instead.
The Tonker/Lofty stuff can be a mite dark, so be warned.
Reviewing is always nice. Not that I check my stats daily. Oh no. That would be a tad obsessive.
Must just add: these stories were written over 2 years (i.e. I'm slow). Make that 3 years now (I'm very slow). If you're waiting for any WIP, be aware that new chapters will not arrive at any great pace. In my defence the chapters you get do tend to be complete in their own right, cliffhangers are not my bag baby.
What Polly Did Next - how a reunion of acquaintances came about
A Spot Of Light Relief (with associated The Amazing Maladicious) - not brilliantly written I'll confess, but does explain why they're wearing Green instead of Red.
The First Snowfall - fluffy snippet from the winter following "Light Relief"
Gifts - Written for Hogswatch 2009, the second part explains some of the mystery surrounding the lighter.
-Then a number of years running about all over the country. Includes:
A Quiet Night In
On Her Majesty's Postal Service
Falling into a later time period:
Dulce Et Decorum Est
Clarification Of Regulations
The drabbles in The Army Field Guide To... fit in here and there, but are not tied into the main arc.
The Tonker/Lofty series:
The Past Is Foreign Country
After The Curtain Fell