Author has written 40 stories for Batman, DC Superheroes, Doctor Who, Witchblade, Gargoyles, Smallville, Harry Potter, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Angel, Nightwing, Buffy X-overs, Highlander, Dark is Rising Sequence, and Galaxy Rangers.
Personal fan fiction site: I have a site for my fictions at Dreamwidth. I have uploaded all of my current fics from here and from Twisting the Hellmouth to that site. More information when I have it!
Note: My Bat fics are archived in various other, non FF.net places; I also have my Witchblade fics archived in other locations as well.
Back in 2008, thanks to my ISP, my home page was totally reformatted and messed up, and I hadn't updated that site at the time with my latest stories because of real life/real world issues and concerns. The homepage is restored with all current stories. Stay tuned.
I haven't completely dropped out of fanfiction, but I work a busy full-time job and I don't get as much time to write now as I used to. I do, however, a lot of reading and reviewing these days.
Recent story info update - 4-10-2009: Finally crossposted four stories from Twisting the Hellmouth that somehow never ended up here on FF.net.
The new stories are: The Guardians (AtS/DIR sequence); The Cosmic Network: Changes in Attitude, an interlude episode in my Cosmic Network series of stories that is a HL/BTVS crossover; Fringe Element, a standalone Angel the Series story; and With Friends Like This, a BTVS/Batman crossover.
Personal info - minor update 12/15/2013.
I'm a major fan of the Marvel Movieverse (especially the Avengers!) and Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, Doctor Who (classic and current) LotR, Gargoyles, Batman - the comic (up to the Final Crisis, though I wish they had NEVER brought Damien into the Batman comics. I'm not a fan of the new 52-verse as of 2012 either.) and TAS, Batman Beyond, JLA and JLU (comics and animated), Stargate SG-1, Law and Order (SVU and CI), CSI New York, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Cold Case, Leverage, Teen Titans (comic only) Buffy and Angel, Witchblade (the non-anime tv series and comic), Inu-Yasha, Samurai Jack, Galaxy Rangers (the 1980s series) and just about anything from Hayao Miyuzaki, along with a lot of other shows and movies. I am starting to like Sherlock (the BBC show with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.)
I have interests in cooking, knitting, looming (related to knitting), home decoration, architecture, and bicycling, all of which occasionally make their way into my work in one form or other...
In the world of books, I love the works of Mercedes Lackey, Rick Riordan, Elizabeth Moon, Robin McKinley, Tamora Pierce, Susan Cooper, Tom Clancy, the world of the Hunger Games, and a wonderful writer named John Flanagan who writes a LOTR-like series called The Ranger's Apprentice. I love a lot more books, of course, but I'm not sure I could list them all here.
I also occasionally read historical fiction such as the Master and Commander book series by Pat O'Brien and the Sharpe's Series by Bernard Cornwell. (Excellent mini series with Sean Bean, Alexis Denisov, and various others - the DVDs got me hooked.)
Read all of the above authors when you can - their work is worth reading.
Hope you enjoy what you read.
Note on authoring slash stories: I don't do slash stories really, especially not graphic ones. Please - don't ask. I may imply it in a story only if it's in canon, but probably only then - and it will be only implied. There is one exception I may make to this rule and it would be only because it's a canon character fact and involves information I didn't have when I originally wrote a story about the character (that would be Renee Montoya). I love to read it when done right, but don't measure up to the best writers of it, in my own opinion.
Note about "No Fury" I removed my M-rated Witchblade story, "No Fury" from my profile here at FF.net, as of 7/24/04. If you are reading this and want a copy, feel free to either visit my site above when it is revived, or email/PM me with "Request for No Fury" as a subject and I'll send it to you. I will be posting the uncensored Version on my new site at Dreamwidth. I removed the site due to the first glimmerings of a censorship move like the one occurring in June 2012... I don't think the idiots who tried this then figured out that they needed to stop THEN.
Personally, I'm all for watching what your kids do when online with them - and if you object to something - DON'T READ IT and go ELSEWHERE - but that's just my humble opinion, I suppose. I have better things to do in life then play anyone else's moral censor - but, I suppose there are those who have less of a life than I do... lifts one eyebrow ... some people REALLY need to get lives (or out more...)
I have not posted much in the last few months due to RL and work - I'm not abandoning any of my projects, I'm just very busy at this time. I have multiple projects in WIP right now, and still plan to complete the CN series with some other projects that are in planning stages right now.
Contact Info, Changes, Updates and Requests
If you review, please include a email and tell me why you're writing/reviewing, etc. Please put the word "question about _" or "query about _" so that I can answer you. I'll respond when I can, but I have real life concerns that include taking care of those important things that keep my furkids in kitty litter and cat food and me with an internet connection and a roof over my head. I try to respond to reviews and emails quickly, but the email back to you may occasionally take a while. RL often takes priority over fan fiction, so my updates aren't as frequent as I'd like. If you wish for an answer back and you don't have a FF.net profile, I will write back (if I'm not swamped with real world issues) if you include an email in your review.
Feel free to email me at the link above - BUT... NO flames or spam to this e-address. Flamers will be blocked AND reported to their ISPs. Don't waste bandwidth or my time with attempts - I really don't like trolls or flamers - even anonymous ones. I will also remove flames from my reviews.
Constructive criticism, compliments, comments - and especially virtual cream cheese double chocolate brownies - on the other hand are always accepted with cheer and (almost every time) a reply to the sender. --
About me: My name's Tracey Claybon.
I'm a resident of the Seattle metro area and am a technical writer and editor here. I came back to the area in Fall 2013. I'm average in height, mostly average in appearance and FEMALE, for those of you that wondered and/or thought otherwise... I'm in Generation X and proud of it.