Author has written 54 stories for My Own Worst Enemy, Eli Stone, Quantum Leap, Chuck, Cape, Lois and Clark, Big Bang Theory, Harry Potter, Dresden Files, Dresden Files, Card Captor Sakura, Early Edition, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Heroes, Arrow, Good Omens, Charmed, Gilmore Girls, Elementary, Sherlock, and Awake.
I have been taking the precaution of backing up work on AO3 and LJ (under the same name, Wtchcool). So, if you can't reach me or my work through this site, please try, try again. You can also find me on Dreamwidth and Tumblr.
Reviews are welcome, and I will do my best to respond to each review in a timely manner.
Where my fics involve shipping, I label them accordingly. For instance, some of my fics ship Quiver. The definition of Quiver is on this profile (among other places). The rule is simple: If you do not know what the pairing is/know but don't like it, do not read the fic. Flames will be purged from the site, added to the Wall of Shame* and mocked.
(*See posts on LJ/Tumblr.)
I grant permission to anyone interested in creating a podfic for any of my fics, with the exception of the two Harry Potter crossovers and the Card Captors piece and provided that I'm sent a notification with the link(s).
Founder of the Quiver Community on FFN and The Cape Kink Meme on LJ:
Some of my favorite quotes:
"Anyway, if you stopped tellin' people it's all sorted out after they're dead, they might try sorting it all out while they're alive." -Adam Young (Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch)
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable man persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man." -George Bernard Shaw
"So if I go back in time and kill my grandfather, what happens?" "He beats you senseless, I suspect." -Harry Dresden and Donar Vadderung (Cold Days)
"I will make this offer exactly once, Dresden... A relationship, with me." "...I've got a strict rule about dating older men." -Evil Bob and Harry Dresden (Ghost Story)
BTW, noticed that I write for shows that didn't have a long shelf-life? Great Scott, even "Chuck" ended after 5 seasons.
"Son of The Cape" is set in the future, when Trip is 16 years old. Contains spoilers through "Endgame." Pairing: Vince/Dana.
"Law and Family Relations" takes place pre-"Son of The Cape." Same pairing, of course. Contains flashbacks and is partially a song-fic.
"Stop Callin'" is a Quiver fic that puts the phone to a new use.
"Messing With Your Head": Oliver, not satisfied with what he had, turned to McKenna. When Quentin adds her to his team, Oliver suspects it isn't a coincidence.
"Putting Chess in Check": an Elementary/The Cape crossover.
"Black Bird; Green Arrow": an Arrow/The Cape crossover, in progress.
Project Quantum Leap series:
a. "Chuck v. Project Quantum Leap" is now complete and can be found in the crossover section, where it belongs. I started it as a result of feedback from a poll in my profile, so if you see a poll here, I encourage you to participate.
b. "Chuck v. The Big Sister" is a companion piece to PQL. It is a oneshot featuring the conversation between Ellie and Chuck.
c. "Leap for the Cape" picks up where PQL left off, although you don't need to read that first. It is a Quantum Leap/The Cape crossover, with minor references to Chuck. Sam leaps in during "The Lich part 2," but expect spoilers through the end of the series. To those who haven't seen "The Cape," I'm terribly sorry you missed the opportunity to watch it on NBC. Although not necessary in order to read this crossover, do see if you can catch it online or on DVD.
d. Continuing the PQL 'verse, "The Dresden Leap" is a Quantum Leap/Dresden Files crossover (combining TV and book 'verses), with Chuck threaded in.
Blame It On the Perfume series:
a. "In-Laws" was inspired by "The Lich Part 2," which raised the question: what would a world where Peter Fleming was Vince's father-in-law be like? Vince is about to find out, as he wakes up in an AU where The Cape and Chess never existed... (Somewhat of a crossover with "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.")
b. "Blame It On the Perfume" (complete) is self-explanatory. (Crossover with "Lois & Clark.") Technically follows "In-Laws," but can stand on its own.
c. "Chess' Attorney" is in the same style as "My Own Worst Examination," but for a different fandom (The Cape). Fact pattern includes facts from BIOTP.
d. "The Anniversary Present Hypothesis" is a Cape/Big Bang Theory one-shot crossover that takes place during BIOTP's epilogue.
e. "The Perils of Eavesdropping" takes place either during or post-epilogue in BIOTP. Patrick Portman finds out just who his hero is, whether he wants to or not.
f. "The Baby Carriage", the latest installment in the BIOTP 'verse, expands the Faraday-Fleming family. Cover by the talented IronAmerica, who is willing to do covers on commission.
Misc. (not an exhaustive list):
"Open Your Eyes" is an Arrow/Awake crossover, starring Quentin Lance.
"Reap With Thanksgiving" is a Felicity & Tommy friendship fic with background Quiver.
"A Detective to Love" borrows the plot (and a number of lines) from "Something's Gotta Give"--because if I have to work with a creepy love triangle to ship Quiver, that is what I will do.
"One Young Reporter", a Cape/Gilmore Girls crossover;
"My Own Worst Examination" (first piece on FFN);
"Harry Potter and The Cape of Kozmo" is in the same format as The Leap Back, only this time, we explore what "The Cape" would've been like if it starred the characters of "Harry Potter." Its sequel, "Harry Potter and The Carnival of Crime," picks up where the final chapter (Fred & George Part 2) of TCK left off. TCC is now complete.
"A Lifetime of Misery" currently consists of a one-shot where the Cape was unable to save Peter Fleming from Dice. A different story may be added to it subsequently.
"Who Has to Know?" is an Arrow fic that was mostly written to introduce the name of the pairing Quiver (Quentin/Oliver).
I cannot stress enough that I typed up "Cardcaptors" a long time ago: before I joined this site, before I'd heard of fanfiction, let alone written any of it. You read it at your own risk.
IronAmerica, who I have exchanged beta services with, has written a number of stories for "The Cape" that you may want to check out. In particular, Chapter 2 of "Christmas Gifts" and Chapter 2 of "Valentine's Day," and "I Now Pronounce You Husband and Chess," (see my list of favs) follow "Blame It On the Perfume." :)
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