Author has written 69 stories for Leverage, Star Trek: 2009, Final Fantasy XII, Glee, Tangled, White Collar, Avatar: Last Airbender, Charmed, Ironman, Avengers, and Doctor Who.
There's not really a good way to describe myself. I hope that one day, people will be writing fanfics about characters that I play, because I'm going to see my name in lights if it kills me to do it. There's no way to say this without sounding conceited: I am an excellent writer. I'm not stuck up about it, and I love and appreciate reviews as much as the next person, but I have no doubts as to my talent as a story writer. I have very little tolerance for people who aren't grammatically and linguistically correct, because it makes your work hard to read and hard to follow. I have very little tolerance for people who don't develop characters well, or worse, develop characters improperly. An example of this would be in one of my favorite fandoms: Glee. I see a lot of people putting Kurt Hummel in makeup, and frankly, they annoy me. Please learn the difference between homosexual and transsexual. Being and effeminate male does not make you an actual female.
Yes, little details irritate me, but it's often the little details that are the most important. Another pet peeve of mine is when people contradict themselves. Don't say something in a later chapter that negates what you wrote in an earlier chapter. Other pet peeves include: Having characters fall in love before you develop any real relationship between them (exception when the relationship is developed in canon), using the improper forms of their-they're-there, it's-its, to-too, etc, DIALOGUE ALL IN ONE PARAGRAPH, any fanfiction based off of something realistic (Ex: Glee, Leverage, White Colalr) that involves the supernatural (No one wants to read about zombie characters. It's stupid, stop wasting space with it), and the biggest pet peeve of all is when people combine too much of the actor with their character. As an actor, I find it irritating and ridiculous. My real life is NOT for your fanwriting pleasure.