Author has written 139 stories for NCIS, CSI: Miami, In Plain Sight, Leverage, Psych, Bones, Numb3rs, Torchwood, Shakespeare, Misc. Books, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Glee, Merlin, Sherlock, Criminal Minds, Circle Opens, Firefly, Misfits, 2009, Scrubs, House, M.D., Verbotene Liebe, Burn Notice, White Collar, Immortals, Tamora Pierce, Trickster series, Song of the Lioness, Where's Waldo?, Supernatural, CSI: New York, Misc. Plays/Musicals, and His Dark Materials.
Heya! I was here for a bit before I got my username, so if there's a mysterious review from Jill or Jilly, it's me. Unless there's another Jill running around the site, reviewing random fics. But if it was a Leverage, Bones, NCIS, CSI: NY or CSI: Miami fic, and there's a review from Jill, then it's probably me. Good thing that's cleared up!
I made this account mainly so I could get an email when any of my favorite stories updated, but I felt guilty not giving anything back, so I wrote my first ever fic for you guys. And by 'you guys' I mean the one person who's going to read this. Who knows, maybe more than one. Maybe even two! Oh well. If I make even one person smile with my fics, it was worth it.
The shows I have managed to keep a grasp on, however vague:
Bones: I ship B/B and Hodgela and I love Wendall and Zach (not as a ship though, never seen that... hmm...).
Leverage: I officially ship Nophie and Pardison. In fandom, however, there's so much awesomesauce that I'll ship anyone.
White Collar: My latest obsession, I watched all three seasons in a week. And now I'm dying for the next one! I love the OT3, but really, anything that gets Matt Bomer shirtless is fine with me.
So, this is the third major edit of this part of my profile, and I kind of have to give up. I said first that I didn’t really read slash, femslash, threesomes, etc. unless it was particularly good, and low-rated at that. Then I read Subird Riding Shotgun’s Cell Number Eight universe and went on an M-rated Slash bender, and so I- being an essentially honest person- changed this entry accordingly. However, now I basically read very little that’s not slash, so- being a generally honest, if apparently fickle, person- here I am yet again. Am I fickle? Or is changing your opinion like this just part of living and learning and reading more fics? I do hope it’s the latter, otherwise I’d just feel silly.
-- Hardison had stared at him like he was an idiot when he asked his question, opening and closing his mouth a few times before words actually formed and he slowly said, “Eliot, you don’t win World Of Warcraft.” This is from '50 Sentences', a compilation of Leverage shorts by Anime Girl 23. I just cracked up when I read it!
-- Conspiracy to be a b*tch! Mike Franks, that daredevil, on NCIS! Eppy Outlaws and In-Laws
-- Now if you'll excuse me, I am going to go call a professional killer who tried to murder me and arrange to meet him at an isolated location. Nathan Fordin Leverage, episode 2x01, The Beantown Bailout Job. This line is just so perfectly Nate. :)
-- I don't want to be mean, so I'm not saying which story this is from, but a writer mentioned in their fic that Anthony DiNozzo from NCIS was infected with the 'Platonic Plague.' For those of you who don't know NCIS, he was infected with the 'pnuemonic' plague. For those of you who are very literal, don't know your plagues, can't use deductive reasoning, and/or are idiots in general, there is no such thing as the 'Platonic Plague,' unless it's a plague that just wants to be your friend.
20 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Insanity:
1. At Lunch Time, Sit In Your Parked Car With Sunglasses on and point a Hair Dryer At Passing Cars. See If They Slow Down.
1) Being gay is not natural. Real Americans always reject unnatural things like eyeglasses, polyester, liposuction and air conditioning.
Re-post this if you believe in legalizing gay marriage
For people that hate stereotypes: if you think people should just shut up and stop, put this on your profile. (BOLD the ones you are.) *EDITED* I got bored of scrolling through them all, so I just left mine. Egotistical? Perhaps. I can live with that.
I SPEAK MY MIND, so I MUST be a bitch.
As you all know, there is a life outside of FanFiction.net. Fortunately, I have the links! These are all my favorite stories that were published outside of this wonderful site, but were just too good for me to not share with you all. I hope you enjoy them just as much as I did, and likely, still do on occasion.
Buffy: the Vampire Slayer and Torchwood
Moving on and Moving Back, a series by IceWhisper: You can take the teaboy out of the supernatural...wait, no you can't. Torchwood prepared Ianto for alien invasions. Not once had they trained him on stopping demonic apocalypses. Rated NC-17. Multiple pairings.
The Deal Series, by yamx: Starts a few hours after The Doctor Dances and tracks the development of the relationship between Jack and the Doctor. Rated R. Jack/Ninth Doctor. 105,937 words.
The Disintegration Universe, by wmr: Rose makes an irrevocable decision when she's not in the best frame of mind to do it, leading to partings, unexpected meetings and a reunion she never imagined. Stories in series range from All Ages to R. Rose/Ninth Doctor, Rose/Tenth Doctor, Jack/Rose/Tenth Doctor. 45,428 words.
Early Days, by sahiya: It had been one of the most miserable nights of Jack Harkness's life. Rated PG. 3,973 words.
Love! Slash! Angst!, by Love! Slash! Angst!: One of the best crackfics I've ever read. Lots of attempts as flirting, unexplained appearance of random alien phenomena, conveniently explainable shagging and a wedding. Rated R. 1,098 words.
All the White Horses, by nthcoincident: Seventeen years of [fearing, admiring, failing, loving] raising a gentleman. Rated T. Kurt/Blaine, narrarated by Blaine's father. About 11,000 words.
Complicating Factors, by Dark-Dreymer: The summer after graduating high school is stretched out before Finn like a big highway of suck and he can only greet it with a profound listlessness. The future that waits for him is like some hazy mirage that has yet to take shape, but when Santana decides to play a prank on a total stranger Finn finds himself striking up an unlikely friendship with her victim. As the friendship between Will and Finn grows, the older man offers advice to help Finn decide what to do when Fall comes and he has to decide what he wants to do with his life, but the unexpected feelings Finn develops towards the older man along the way are a complication that might just be the most important detail in making his decision. Rated NC-17. 52,500 words.
Time and Again, by fyrewyre: You wonder if you’re cheating, because something tells you that none of this can be real, that you haven’t earned this. Karofsky wakes up years ago back at the start of high school. Rated PG-13. 2,086 words.
Jeeves and Wooster
Jeeves and the Scandal, by triedunture: A public figure is arrested on charges of homosexuality, and the case makes Bertie and Jeeves, both of whom are hiding their true natures for the other, rather uneasy. A tense atmosphere develops in the Wooster household, and at some point, something (or someone) has to break. Rated PG-13. Bertie/Jeeves. About 6,000 words.
Life in the Twenty-First Century, by aces: Alec Hardison, if pressed, would probably suggest that he subscribes to a post-modern definition of identity. Rated G. About 4,100 words.
All the Things That I’ve Done, by norah: Somebody told me/ You had a boyfriend/ That looked like a girlfriend/ That I had in February of last year. Rated R. 7,425 words.
Drastically Redefining Protocol, by rageprufrock: In which Prince Arthur meets Merlin and all hell promptly breaks lose. Rated Explicit. 67,730 words.
Ethics of Attraction, by nagi_schwarz: Arthur is a young, promising lawyer. He needs to win his next case to get a job at the best law office in town. Merlin is arrested as part of a conspiracy against magic-users and Arthur is assigned to Merlin's case as a public defender. Rated PG-13. Arthur/Merlin.
Fools of Us All, by adelagia: Merlin accidentally makes everybody in Camelot fall in love with him. Everybody except Arthur, that is. Rated NC-17. 11,300 words.
If You Were Gay, by di0br: A fanvid using the song 'If You Were Gay' from Avenue Q. Rated G.
Lions and Pebbles and Penguins, Oh my!, by fuzzytomato: Sitting at the top of "Uther's All Time Parenting Backfires" is Arthur's fellow colleague and clumsy best friend - Merlin Emrys. Rated G. 10,306 words.
MERLIN, by moonythestrals: Arthur, Merlin, frat brothers, the Dragon, Arthur's BlackBerry, script writing, shitty hip-hop music, Dogma, FATE & DESTINY - oh God I wish I were joking. Rated R. 11,500 words.
Natural Selection, by minor_hue: In which Arthur goes on blind dates, Merlin is his waiter, and everyone takes a ride on the crazy train. Rated NC-17. Arthur/Merlin. About 11,300 words.
The Easiest Thing, by latenightchai. When an inadvertent spell changes Merlin from the inside out, Arthur must face Camelot's latest threat alone – and unravel the mystery of Merlin, or else risk losing him forever. Rated R. 68,400 words.
The Tournament of All Magicks, by Cori Lannam: Merlin was flattered to be invited to compete in a magical tournament to crown the sorcery champion of Albion. Accepting the invitation probably wasn't his brightest idea. Rated NC-17. 41,321 words.
What They Want, by rane_ab: An RPF, or Real Person Fic, written for the prompt 'They are in love, but one of them is asexual.' Rated NC-17. Brandley James/Colin Morgan. About 4,800 words.
An Avalanche of Detour Signs, by gyzym: In which Molly Hooper gets a job, gets a degree, breaks a heart, has her heart broken, falls in love, keeps a secret, saves a life, runs a morgue, falls apart, pulls it together, and finds exactly what she didn't know she was looking for--not necessarily in that order. Rated Mature. 56,053 words.
A Matter of Time, by demotu: A time travelling, action-adventure, romance-filled science fiction romp ensues when Ianto runs into Jack in the fifty-first century after an accident with a vortex manipulator. Laser blasters, alien dance clubs, mercenaries, a little too much public sex for Ianto's tastes, sneaky plans and circular logic can be found here. Rated NC-17. 101,259 words.
Adaptation, by filomena. Harkness Anthropology 101: An Abridged Guide to Human Sexual Evolution. Set early in S1. Rated PG-13. 3,647 words.
An Empty Surprise Series, by butterflycell: Things have been bad for a while and they've only been getting worse. They've stopped talking completely for months and when Jack breaks the news that he's leaving, that he needs space, Ianto can't help but wonder whether it's the end... Rated FRT. 8,645 words.
AU Torchwood Convention, by nos_tylluan: Captain Jack, Ianto and Gwen investigate an odd rift anomaly and find themselves in far different place than they expected to be. Rated PG-13. Jack/Ianto. Quite long.
Belonging, by never_more_fics: The Torchwood team members are struggling to get back to normal after recent shattering events, when the Doctor turns up in the Torchwood Hub in the middle of the night; alone, heartbroken, guilt-ridden, and needing somewhere to belong. Rated NC-17. 106,400 words.
Bit-O-Honey, Chick-O-Sticks and Kona Coffee, by ontinia: They're Super Heroes! Rated PG. Jack/Ianto. 2,104 words.
Blood and Roses, a series by choccy_grl: A chance meeting along the Thames after the Doctor Who special The Christmas Invasion leads Jack and Ianto to form a relationship between London and Cardiff. Will Lisa, the Battle of Canary Wharf and Ianto's mysterious heritage allow them to be together? Rated NC-17. Jack/Ianto. 27 stories ranging from 1 to 8 thousand words each.
Blood Ties, by Morgane: The door creaks open a couple of hours later and Ianto hovers in the doorway. Jack doesn’t say anything, waiting for his son to do something, when Ianto slips under the covers and kisses him. Rated NC-17. 5,481 words.
Choices, by gingerlr: Captain Jack Harkness, leader of Torchwood 3, has made many choices in his life. But what if he made other choices? What would his life be like? What if something happened to force Jack to live some of those other choices? Rated NC-17. Jack/Ianto. Really long.
Club Wales, by pocky_slash: In the wake of Jack's disappearance, Gwen finds comfort in a new friendship with Ianto. Gossip, bonding, and other hijinks of understanding ensue. Gwen Ianto friendship (with incidental canon pairings - Jack/Ianto, Gwen/Rhys - and appearances by Tosh and Owen) PG13, 19,870 words.
Condition of Release, by sam_storyteller: Jack has studied the Cybermen for forty years, and he's damned if he'll let one take any of his people away from him without a fight. Rated PG13, R in the last chapter. Jack/Ianto. 39,483 words.
Creative Writing: A series of three ficlets, by thaddeusfavour: Jack’s getting creative with his mission reports. Rated PG-13. 1,085 words.
Dance Me To the End of Love, by Otrame: It is inevitable, because Ianto is a mortal man. In one Universe, this is the way it happened. Rated Tenn. About 10,000 words.
Different Sort of Science, by gracie_musica: It's the simple things, the little moments that can completely throw your life off the course it's firmly been set on. For Ianto Jones, it had been something as simple as offering help with a stubborn horse. Rated R. Jack/Ianto, Ianto/Lisa. 55,998 words.
Ecstasy, by Love! Slash! Angst!: Prequel to the Faithful!Verse. Ianto Jones has always been... special. He tries to get away from it all for a night, and ends up meeting the men who will change the course of his life. Ianto/John, Jack/Ianto/John. Rated very R. 29,880 words.
Expedience, by cupidsbow: Three generations of the Harkness family, throughout time and space. Rated T and M. 2,476 words.
Guard Them, and Him Within, by etharei: Ianto Jones finds himself far from home. But there are guns, aliens, and more Strange Happenings than one can shake a stick at, so sometimes it’s like he hasn’t left. Of stories within stories, and the adventures of small characters. Jack/Ianto. Rated M. 38,000 words.
Hot Flames and Sharp Objects, by kahtyasofia. Jack and Ianto are playing as they are wont to do. Rated hard NC-17. 4,800 words.
Hourglass, by Lazuli: Death is not the only form of loss. Rated NC-17. 109,000 words.
Ink in My Coffee, by CS WhiteWolf: When the mysterious Michael Schofield turns up at the Torchwood Tattoo & Piercing Studio with an elaborate design he wants tattooed onto the entire upper half of his body, tattoo artist Ianto Jones wastes no time in accepting the challenge to ink the design exactly as Michael has envisioned. The hours Ianto and Michael find themselves spending together in close proximity as Ianto works his magic with the needle, soon bleeds into the after hours, where needle on skin is replaced by skin on skin. Rated R. About 32,000 words.
Life As We Knew It, by kendermouse: In 1940 RAF American Volunteer Capt Jack Harkness' fell through a wall of light and found, not heaven, but a strange new world. Can he find a place with a rag tag team of spirited individuals trying to save the world, and find 'HOME' in the process? Rated R. Many pairings. 61, 451 words.
Long Time Coming, by baby_razzle: Ianto Jones’s new house has come complete with an unwelcome guest. But when things go Bump in the Night, Ianto Jones bumps back. Rated PG 6,326 words.
Natural Sequence to an Unnatural Beginning, by johanirae: The first time they met, Jack was the butler; and Ianto was selling the House and firing all the staff. ... There are possibly better beginnings to a love story, but a love story nevertheless this is. Rated PG-13, possibly light R- some parts may be NSFW. Comic-style, so no words but three posts of pictures.
Non-Linear, by misswinterhill: Ianto Jones died on a Monday night at exactly six thirty-seven p.m. This wouldn’t have been so remarkable if not for the fact that Ianto Jones was fated to exist for longer than almost any dead man in the known multiverse. This is his story. Rated PG-13. Jack/Ianto. Over 20,000 words.
Reach Out and Touch Someone, by tanarin: After Jack has gone, Ianto gets a phone call... AU of Jack's travels with the Doctor, presumably after End of Days. Rated NC-16. 18,835 words.
Remarkable, by snowwhiteliar: Once upon a time, in a small village in a distant province of a peaceful kingdom, there lived a boy called Ianto... Rated R. 21,670 words.
Rocket Man, by lawford: Takes place instead of COE. When Jack leaves Gwen and Ianto behind a second time, Ianto doesn't wait around. Ianto/John, Ianto/Jack, mentions of John/Jack. Rated M, I have no idea how many words, but it's long.
Second City Torchwood, by sam-storyteller: This universe is predicated on the idea that neither the original Torchwood nor Doctor Who exist in this universe; it is speculation about how Torchwood would be handled by an American network, albeit an American network with a reasonably intelligent producer at the helm. The sequel Edgar van Scyoc Presents: Doctor Who is about twice as spectacular. Rated PG-13. Various pairings. 22,581 words and 49,757 words respectively.
Serve and Volley Verse, by choccy_grl: Jack is a professional tennis player who takes advice from a young ball boy. Can the two lonely boys find friends and teammates together- even something more- or will outside pressures and their own fears get in the way? Rated PG for most of the series, but some stories are PG-13 or NC-17. About 46,000 words.
Storm-Verse, a series by d8rkmessngr: He abandoned Jack on the game station. But then he came back…different. An AU on what happens if things happened differently. Rated NC-17. Jack/Master, Jack/Ianto. Wicked extremely long. Link goes to author's masterlist:
Strangely Attractive, by kijikun: "We're business partners, or were. That might not be a ring and a garter, but in my experience it lasts longer. Well, unless my business partner tries to kill me, but I never start it." John/Gwen. Rated NC-17. 53,137 words.
Suspension, by leofuller and the9thdoctor: Every decision made changes the future. For better or worse, Ianto wakes up in a universe where he never had a chance to hide Lisa in the basement – A universe where he died in the wreckage of Canary Wharf and somebody else went to Cardiff with a deadly secret. Rated '15ish'. 24,954 words.
The Education of Ianto Jones, by verasteine: Ianto Jones had grown up with a world view of straight couples. Now he knows different. Rated mature. 3,416 words.
The End is Where We Begin (Again), by Adina: Jack tries to change Torchwood--and himself. Rated Teen. 5,310 words.
The Need, by clarity_lore. It's a fluffy, silly, hopefully slightly amusing PWP. Say no more. Rated NC17. 2,544 words.
The Secretary, by Hope: "Have you always had such an unhealthy fixation on office supplies, sir?" / "Only since I got a secretary." Rated Explicit. 6,833 words.
The Steadfast Wooden Heart, by moonfirefic: Long ago, when the City of Newport was still a village at the edge of a vast forest, the Rhoddin Coed or Heartwood Tree acted as guardian, watching over lovers who wed beneath his curling branches. After wishing for a true love of his own, the great oak is struck by lightning, sundering his trunk in twain until only the heartwood of the enchanted tree remains. When Merlin sees a glimpse of the future, he entrusts the precious heartwood to a young woodcutter by the name of Jones, and sets his family and the Rhoddin Coed on an enchanted journey that will span millennia and bind them together in ways he never imagined possible. Centuries later, after the Great War, a heartsick soldier carves a mannequin to sell suits in the family tailor shop and dubs his creation Ianto. As Ianto learns what it means to be truly human, the arrival of a man with laughing blue eyes brings him closer to finally experiencing his greatest wish – true love. Rated PG-13. 18,500 words.
They Grip the Ground, by giddygeek: Encountering a rhinocerous-like alien sets the stage for mild Gwen-bashing (all in good fun), impressive imagination and some fun Janto! Very funny fic. Rated PG. 1,800 words.
Unconditional Positive Regard, by epithetta: So, blast from the past, actually, made contact with the Lambree. The Torchwood team is acting very odd. Hilarious fic!
Undercover Partners, by choccy_grl: In a non-descript office building in London there is a secret government anti-terrorist department called simply The Department, previously known as CI5. Rated R. Jack/Ianto. 4,786 words.
W-Section, by basingstoke: How Janet came to be at Torchwood. Rated 'Unspeakable' by the author, which means about PG-13. Jack/not sure you really want to know, Jack/Ianto. 948 words.
We held gold dust in our hands, by amanda_r: Lisa did not die at Canary Wharf, and life did not turn out the same for anyone. Rated NC-17. 63,000 words.
Welsh for Beginners, by derryderrydown: Jack likes Welsh. A lot. Crackfic. Jack/Ianto. Rated T. 591 words.
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