Author has written 87 stories for NCIS: Los Angeles, Stargate: SG-1, Castle, NCIS, Star Trek: 2009, and Dresden Files.
I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who has ever read, favorited and/or reviewed one of my stories. I've had the chance to thank some of you personally through PMs, but for those I haven't, please know I'm grateful that you stopped by and invested some of your precious time reading what I write. I am always blown away by your generosity, and I want you to know it.
Don't worry; this isn't farewell. I plan to keep writing as long as my muse keeps dragging ideas in front of me like mice…it would be sweet if I didn't already have a bunch running around the house. Still, I plan to keep at it.
While I still post here, it's in a limited number of fandoms (basically the ones I started with). Any new fandoms I've written for, either a single story or multiple finished fics, are posted at Archive of Our Own. Feel free to stop by and see what else I've got going on.
I feel I should explain a bit about what and how I write. I like to write about the characters and their interactions, and I don't always write about the most commonly shipped pairings. I tend to like writing about unusual or rare pairs, so you'll find a lot of that here. If you don't like a pair I've written about, feel free to move on; I won't be offended at all. I want you to enjoy what you read, so I don't expect you to read everything I've written.
I don't post every week, but when I post, I do it on Sunday afternoon. If I've written an episode tag, I'll usually post it the Sunday after the episode aired. When I post a chapter story, I'll post it all at once instead of in installments. I tend to lose the thread of stories that have long lags between posts, so I've made the decision to not do that to my readers. I will never post a work in progress. If I lose interest in a story, or don't have time to finish it, I'd rather not leave the reader hanging. So, I'll finish the story before I post.
And, when a story has a 'finis' at the end, that means it's complete and won't be continued. That's not to say I've never written a sequel to a story, because there have been times that I've felt that there was still something left to tell, but it doesn't happen that often. You can ask for more, and if I can find an idea that works, I'll write it. But, I make no promises.
If you are so inclined, feedback is welcome. Like any creature, praise makes my tail wag like crazy. And criticism, when offered with a generous spirit and a true desire to help, is more useful than you will ever know. If you just want to complain that I didn’t get something the way you wanted, please keep it to yourself. These stories reflect how I see the world and I more than anyone realize that not everyone agrees with me. That said, I look forward to hearing from you.
Now, for the important stuff…
What I watch (the current list):
What I used to watch (and still love):
What I read:
What I write:
You should probably also know that I'm a sci-fi junkie. I was raised on Star Trek, and it's still my first love. A couple of years ago, I introduced my father to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting with the very first Iron Man movie. I love the films, but wasn't sure he would. Turns out, Dad's just as into them as I am. Now we're eagerly awaiting the next installments. In the meantime, classic sci-fi still has its place in our DVD collection, and whenever we need a pick-me-up on a cold day, we'll pop in an old favorite and escape into another world. My absolute favorite of all time is Forbidden Planet, but we also love the newer classic like Galaxy Quest and Men in Black. I fell in love with Pacific Rim, but Godzilla... we can't forget the original (and still my favorite) kaiju.
I also really enjoy crime procedurals, as evidenced by the bunch I listed above in "What I watch". I love a great mystery, and enjoy trying to figure out who dunnit before the end of the show. Growing up, I used to watch Magnum, PI and Miami Vice (who didn't back then?), and I loved JAG when it aired. I've also been watching Elementary and Sherlock, two sides of the same coin. It's fun to see how two shows about the same people can be so different.
As always, if you come across a writer you think I'd enjoy reading, send the name my way. I'm always looking for new authors to read.