Author has written 14 stories for Night at the Museum, StarTrek: Voyager, NCIS, Sherlock, Supernatural, Torchwood, Thor, Bones, and Captain America.
I don't feel that I write particularly well, and I don't write quickly. I'm not exactly a regular updater, because my schedule is always insane, but I won't give up on a story once I've started posting. It may take me a long time to finish it, but I'll do my best. That being said, if I'm too slow for you and you'd like to write a chapter for me, go right ahead, and I'll gladly give you credit and promo you and everything. Anyway, despite all my flaws, I'm very open-minded, and I'll take any prompts. Feel free to message me!
Currently writing fanfiction for: Night at the Museum 2 and Bones/NCIS. I have two stories going at the same time...yikes.
Title: Fate Steps In To See You Through. This one might take a while for me to finish. I'm going to be incredibly busy this summer with the show I'm in. Still, I'll do my best. NATM.
The Bones/NCIS crossover that I'm working on currently is called "The Trouble in the Teamwork." If anyone feels like taking a crack at a chapter, feel free to write and send it to me, and I'll post it and promo you and stuff.
Future projects: Requests, anyone?
Finished fanfictions: "Family Means Forgiveness" for Supernatural, "Tears, Travel, and True Love's Triumph" for Night at the Museum 2, "Sensations of a Sociopath" for Star Trek: Voyager, "Ice Cream Confessions," "Living with Sherlock" and "Texts from Sherlock" for the BBC version of Sherlock.
So I just realized that I've been forgetting something very important every time I posted: disclaimers. I'm going to go ahead and post a general disclaimer here because I REALLY don't want to have to re-post 20 different chapters to add them, most of which don't even exist on my file anymore, only as they are posted on the site. I own absolutely nothing from the books/movies/shows/etc. that I write about. The only things I DO own are characters I make up myself (and so far, there aren't any worthy of claiming) and a healthy (and sometimes not so healthy) obsession with whatever it is that I'm writing about at the time. Thank you all, and please don't sue me.