Author has written 42 stories for Matrix, Lewis, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Man From UNCLE, Merlin, Wild Wild West, Due South, Thunderbirds, Babylon 5, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, StarTrek: The Original Series, Tomorrow People, G. I. Joe, CSI: New York, Gladiator, Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., MacGyver, Stargate: SG-1, Discworld, and JAG.
I live in the UK and I've written quite a lot of fanfiction - mainly Man From Uncle although having finally been bought The Matrix Trilogy as a birthday present my first uploaded story seemed to write itself. Having said that there are loads of other tv shows and series that I just adore. Mainly, The Wild Wild West and Scarecrow and Mrs King especially at the moment when I'm working on half a dozen stories from these series. (My husband says I give him brain sprain.) Anyway, my other stories are still in the process of being worked on so not quite sure when I'll get them up.
I suppose I've always written fan fiction although when I was younger the internet wasn't as available as it is now so I didn't have the ability to publish them. Most of my early fan fiction was appalling - badly written and usually with a romantic twist. I still have a habit of adding the romantic twist but these days it's not as important. I suppose that I've always had the penchant for the happy ending. I know that life doesn't turn out like that but this is one of the reasons I believe that fiction should be - life is hard enough as it is without reading a story that leaves you in floods of tears.
For everyone who reads and posts reviews for my stories they are greatly appreciated. I know that for some people that writing Fanfiction isn't really writing but for those of you who do read and appreciate it, I value your support and reviews. Many thanks.
After much thought and consideration I have decided to post stories up here again - it doesn't detract from the fact that I am still angry about the reactions I got from people regarding my Scarecrow & Mrs King story, partly because I feel that they were cruel and unwarranted. However, as this is one of the better sites to post fanfiction I shall continue to do so.
At the moment I'm still reeling from the loss of Leonard Nimoy. Like the character of Data in Star Trek: The Next Generation I find my thoughts dwelling not on Leonard Nimoy but on his family, his fans and myself. I feel that the last thing Mr Nimoy would want any of his fans to do would be to mourn excessively because in the words of his last tweet: 'A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP.' And we should rejoice because he did live long, and prospered. May we do the same.
And with the death of Sir Terry Pratchett I really feel a bit bereft. I never got the chance to meet him - but like thousands of others I met him through his books and his other writings. He'll know The Answer now, and one hopes that if he got to meet his Death, he got to stroke Binky's nose and possibly offer him a sugar lump. Others have written far better tributes than I could, I simply cannot find the words. We'll keep his name moving in The Overhead - probably forever.
"If any ground is sacred, this ground is; if any day is sacred this day is."