Author has written 3 stories for Kuroshitsuji, Star Trek: 2009, Sherlock, and Twilight.
It's been a long, long absence.
My name's Casey. I'm a twenty-one year old college student majoring in film and psychology. I'm a fan of many things geeky and bizarre; I'm a cosplayer, an artist, a text-based roleplayer and an aspiring powerhouse of the corner of my mind. I'm here for your entertainment. Sort of.
I read a lot of manga, but don't watch much anime. I love more than my share of British media, particularly Doctor Who, BBC Sherlock and Downton Abbey. I enjoy sci-fi and fantasy, and I blame Joss Whedon for my desire to someday write for TV.
For those few of you who have read my previous works, particularly D&S, I apologize for allowing them to die. My studies and my work were forced to take precedence and my previous laptop died, taking the notes and plans for my prior fanfics to a shallow CPU-based grave. Specifically, I was working on a feature-length screenplay--an endeavor which has taught me that it's possible for me to ship my own characters. Which is weird and wrong. Anyway, moving on.
Unfortunately for D&S, I have no plans to continue it at the moment. If I were to approach that project again, I'd most likely want to start writing it from scratch because I think I could do better. I have a few notes on how to rework it as an original piece with new characters, so that may be it's eventual fate.
On the more positive side, I'm currently in the process of working on two projects, which I'll describe here.
Past Dawn--intended to be stylized as Star Trek Past Dawn--is a Star Trek fanfic based in the recent reboot films' alternate universe written as a direct sequel to Into Darkness. The basic concept behind it is to take the alterations the film series has made to the original's timeline so far and warp it in a way that's plausible yet unexpected and wouldn't happen as an actual sequel. It's the first time I've written any of the Star Trek characters, so I'm gradually getting the hang of them, and I'm fond of the OCs involved as well. It is on an indefinite hiatus, though I may return to it eventually.
However Improbable started as a woefully abandoned plot line from a text based role play I was in about a year ago. The storyline was based around some of the unexplored aspects of the Twilight universe and their implications. After a few attempts at recalibrating the story to use OCs within the Twilight-verse, I somehow got the terrible-yet-fascinating-to-me idea of using Sherlock and co. instead. It's a first-person narrative, which I rarely use in fiction-form. It should be updating every two weeks.
However Improbable chapter five will be posted this Saturday, January 18th. Chapter six should be posted Saturday, February 1st.
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