Author has written 18 stories for NCIS, Supernatural, Sherlock, and Merlin.
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About my stories: As of right now most of my stories are NCIS, and that will probably be the main one I do write for - so far it seems to be the one I get the most ideas for and I seem to be able to get into the heads of the characters better than any other fandom. (Hmm, wonder what that says about me... :P)
I hope to branch out soon into some new fandoms. I have an idea or two for a White Collar fic. that I'd like to try. I actually started writing a White Collar tag for one of the finales a while back that I had fully intended on posting, but I took to long to finish it and the show came back and went in the complete opposite direction of what I thought it would, so I ended up trashing that story.
I will admit I am pretty slow at updating if I don't have the next chapter ready.. I get distracted way to easily, and when things get busy, Fanfiction is one of the last things on my mind. But I plan to never abandon or give up on story. Ever.
I try to stick to the character's personality and characteristics and stay as true to the show as possible, hopefully I succeed with that.
I do not write slash, I have nothing against it or those who write it, I just don't read/write it.
Another thing you most likely find in my stories is swearing.I don't swear myself and don't write it in my stories.I may use something like "he swore under his breath" but I won't actually put in an actual swear word.And you also won't finding me use OMG I always put it as oh-my-gosh.I'm a christian and to me that is using *'s name wrongly, so I don't use it.
I have no idea when I will post these as I am horrible at meeting deadlines when it comes to stories. And I generally have to be in the mood to write for a particular fandom; if I'm feeling disheartened with a show, I'm not going to feel up to writing for it. :P Plus, being in my second college semester has taken up quite a huge chunk of my time.
Why is It Always the Good Ones - An NCIS story that will be a Tim centric for sure, with a HUGE dose of big brother Tony. The purpose of this story is to put focus on Tim (since they don't seem to do that enough on the show) and his and Tony's relationship. Look for a lot of guilty, protective, big brother Tony in this one :P
Its All Fun and Games - A Supernatural 1-2 shot that I'm working on - we'll see when I get some more written how long it is, as I do tend to ramble. :P It'll be a bit AU and set Pre-Series, probably sometime in Sam's first year at Stanford.
Short Drop, Sudden Stop - A Sherlock story that I have just started ironing out the details on, so not much on it yet. Most likely a one-shot, focusing on John and Sherlock's friendship, particularly from Sherlock's POV.
The Hollowness of an Empty Heart (title may change) - Another NCIS, Tim centric story (Tim really needs some love :P). But as you can infer from the title, it will not be all sunshine and unicorns (but then, my stories so very rarely are). I have very details ironed out, its pretty much just a main idea right now. But as far as I have planned, this will be a bit of dark fic, with a lot of heartache. (Sounds fun, no? :P)
Necessary Evil - a Merlin fic I'm pretty excited for. :D Its an AU, set sometime between seasons 4 and 5; major Merlin and Arthur brotherly relationship and a good does of a brotherly relationship between Merlin and the knights as well. I also have a sequel planned for this that I'm in the works of writing that will be an AU reveal fic. And then, and this seriously spawned from a single scene popping into my head and me thinking "Ooh!! I have to find a place for that!", there will be a third story, making it a series. I might add a few oneshots to the series as well, we'll see. The series is basically going to cover Arthur changing his opinion on magic, to a reveal, to magic being restored to Camelot.
The Things We Leave Behind - Another Merlin story; a tad more depressing, but still very brotherly and focuses on how much Arthur depends on Merlin and how he would deal if he didn't have him around anymore.
Untitled - Another Sherlock story that actually started out as a drabble and kinda took on a life of it's own. Its basically a study of how Sherlock would react/handle if John were to put his life on his the line to protect Sherlock.
If you have any questions about my stories, please do PM me and I'll try and answer them :)
So this is going to be a pretty long list. :P I'm a pretty big TV addict and I love to ramble about some of my favorite things, so this could take a while.
Okay, so I have a horrible obsession with this show lately (though, in my defense, from what I've seen its kinda impossible to see this show and just be "Eh, okay, that was cool." and just be done). This show is, simply put, amazing. The characters are so in-depth, the writing is wonderful, and the dialogue extraordinary. There are 3 things that really make this show stand out for.
1. As, I've said, the writing/dialogue. It..its just...I can't even describe it. There are very few shows that has a dialogue that stands out to me as much as this one; its so clever and witty and well done. The humor is hilarious, but without being tired or overdone. The words just feel so...carefully chosen. Like there's just so much thought put into what they want their characters to say and it shows.
2. The attention to detail. The writers, directors, and actors pay SUCH attention to detail. There is not a nuance, scrap of dialogue, or movement wasted on this show. I have never seen a crew collectively put so much work into the tiny minute details of their show and gives the show a sense of depth.
3. The relationship between John and Sherlock. (For anyone who knows anything about this show, you knew I would leave without saying SOMETHING about this, right?) Now, I'm not a Johnlock shipper by any means (no offense, I get why people are fans of it, I just don't see it), I see their relationship as best friends, like family. Not brothers really...I mean, I can see moments where they might be considered that, but at the same time...I don't know. They just come across, to me at least, as the best of friends. Two people who's bond goes beyond friendship and extends into a love that isn't romantic, isn't really familial, but is deep and rare and irreplaceable. The way I heard it best, was via a Sherlock Confession on Tumbler and, to paraphrase and condense, it was simply put that they best friends who just happened to be soul mates in a non-romantic way. And I think that is the best way it could possibly be put right there.
And, as a side note (as if I haven't rambled enough) - I love that, through all of this, the show makes you feel clever. Maybe you can't keep up with Sherlock's deductions (but then, who can?) and maybe you can't figure out the murder, but you pick things up. You understand, and soon enough you're picking up the little details too, and it makes you feel smart.
I also love that they've managed to find a decent balance of original and old fashioned; they've made it their own, so they're not copying verbatim from the book, but they've also not forgotten where this comes from. They've remembered Doyle's original works and they respect them, give them their due, and constantly make references to it.
So (if you could not tell from that glowing review of rambling words) if you haven't watched Sherlock yet, I urge you - do it! Take a couple of days if you can get them, make a marathon of it. You won't be disappointed.
The Big Bang Theory
Person of Interest
There probably isn't too much known about this show either, it didn't survive but for only a season unfortunately enough. This became a quick favorite of mine as well, not least of all because it was just so funny. This was one show I could never tire of the jokes; they had some pretty well written dialogue and some great characters that made the delivery of those lines all the better.
Run down - Two LAPD agents - Wes, a former lawyer who's by the book policy and his quirks bordered (and sometimes surpassed) an OCD level and Travis, a cop with a quick trigger finger at times and who would much rather take the rule book and burn it. But it was their differences that made them what they were - partners and friends; their different styles, personalities and work ethics played well off one another and they were unstoppable. Until something changed; and suddenly instead of helping each other, they were hurting each other. Barely able to work a case for all the fighting they did. And their captain, in a last ditch attempt to not split up the two friends and best team he had ever had, does the only thing he can think to do - send them to couples counseling.
Sounds a bit odd, yeah? :P But it was perfectly hilarious and the characters a joy to watch. Though it only lasted one season, I think they were able to do a lot with what they had. And, though I would have loved to seen it continue for a while, if it had to end, they ended it pretty well. Things came full circle and there was a satisfying ending by the time it was all said and done.
This is totally a show if you ever find yourself with a rainy weekend and need of a laugh to check out; it always managed to make me crack a smile (or on occasion a rib as I was laughing so hard).
DISCLAIMER: I do not own anything. No copyright infringement is intended when I'm writing my stories. This disclaimer is meant to encompass all chapters of all my stories. I recognize that I do not own rights to any shows/books/movies I intend to write about. I'm just having some fun with them.