Author has written 41 stories for Numb3rs, Power Rangers, Supernatural, Avengers, Teen Titans, Merlin, Leverage, Avatar: Last Airbender, Burn Notice, Stargate: Atlantis, Harry Potter, Ironman, Arrow, Yu-Gi-Oh, Smallville, Alex Rider, and Chuck.
Story Statuses (As of 12 August 2017): Soft hiatus. As a law student, I can't predict when I'll post something next, or what fandom it'll be in.
DinoThunder: The Legacy of Tommy Oliver - Chapter 14: 1,404/6,500 words completed; Rest of the story: 31,687/approx. 292,500 words completed
Code: Numb3rs - Chapter 3: 0/3,000 words completed; Rest of the story: 3,307/230,000 words completed
You Rise With the Moon, I Rise With the Sun: Will be finished at some point. Probably. Eventually.
The Sam Winchester School of Hunting: Ongoing. Forever. Always. I have no concrete parameters for this because it's actually a series of interconnected one-shots, but it'll be updated often.
I'm a very character-oriented writer, so I will focus on the characters' thoughts and emotions as they grow through their trials. Which means I write a lot of angst. A lot. I also write non-chronologically, so the ends and middles of my fics may get done before the beginnings, so my updates are rarely consistent.
I'm also a scientist, so my stories will have theory and such explaining why certain things occur the way they do (i.e. Why do Power Rangers get their specific colours?) and strong explanations for weapons and other technology - except for cars. I don't do cars, the hulking metal death-traps.
Power Rangers: I write Tommy-centric fics. He's basically my all-time favorite character. I try not to mess around with canon too much but I do tweak things a little, as you'll see if you read my fics. I don't do much romance, but I generally stick to canon-supported pairings. For example, Eric and Taylor don't explicitly get together, but their relationship is supported by Reinforcements From the Future. The closest to romantic relationships I usually write is queerplatonic partnerships, so you'll see those turn up. Further, I only write up to Operation Overdrive. I simply didn't manage to invest emotionally enough into the later seasons to write well for them.
Supernatural: I am a hardcore Sam!girl, all the way. I relate to him the most, and he's been a huge help to me emotionally over the years. Seriously. This brilliant, compassionate, good-hearted man is such a blessing. As for Dean... Ha. Ha ha. Fuck Dean Winchester. Nevertheless, I do my best to treat Dean fairly, and write as true to character as I can. See my Tumblr for my feelings on Sam, because there are a lot of them.
Numb3rs: I'm first and foremost a Charlie girl, and secondly a Colby girl. All other characters fall after these two. I don't actually have any problems with the Charlie/Amita pairing, but I just can't write it very well, because I'm pretty similar to Amita, and I always feel like I'm writing a self-insert when I use her. That's why Amita's at Harvard in my fic. I write Angtsy!Charlie most, because the first three seasons were, in my opinion, the best, and Charlie was definitely a little angsty back then.
Leverage: The characters in Leverage are complex and well-developed and generally pretty awesome all on their own, so there's not much for me to do. Nate Ford is probably my favorite character, followed by Eliot Spencer and Alec Hardison. I don't generally write romance, but Parker and Hardison are adorable, and I've written some pieces for about their relationship on commission.
Avengers/MCU: I prefer DC Comics to Marvel by a good order of magnitude, but that doesn't mean I dislike Marvel. Moreover, the Avengers movie was fantastic. And RDJ plays Tony Stark to great effect in all the Iron Man films as well. And Rhodey and Pepper and Bruce are all amazing, too. So I tried to get inside their heads a little.
Teen Titans/DCAU: Teen Titans was one of my earliest introductions to the DC universe, and my first love. As I've grown older, that hasn't changed by much. Raven is easily my favorite character, followed by Robin. Pretty much every other character in the franchise is tied for third. I'm still not a big fan of romance, so any outside canonical romances, like Robin/Starfire and Jinx/KF (and only mild references, then), will not be included. My stories will actually probably lean towards the mystical side more than my other works, because I'm working more with Raven than any other character. (And yes, I know Teen Titans isn't actually part of the DCAU, but for the purposes on my Universe, it is, with some dashes of Young Justice to add flavour.)
Alex Rider: I first read Alex Rider in middle school, and have been in love with it ever since. Alex is, of course, my favorite character, but as I grow older, I find myself looking into the adult characters like Ian Rider and Ben Daniels more. As it stands, they are my favorite characters after Alex, even though we know so little about them. The Alex/Ian relationship is my favorite to think about and explore, followed by the tentative alliance/friendship between Alex and Ben in the wake of Snakehead. I also love the world of intelligence and national security in general, so I like exploring that in more realistic terms and worldbuilding for the spies in AR.
Merlin: I adore Merlin, for all the emotional trauma it has inflicted upon me over the years. Merlin the character is amazing, Arthur Pendragon shows amazing character growth over the course of the series, as a mark of great acting and great writing. Morgana's devolution is also very well-handled, and the way the legends we know and love were twisted to create the show's mythos was brilliant. I don't really see the need to interfere with canon during the series, but the finale left everyone I know with a deep sense of grief, so I like to write post-series hope and healing fics, to offer comfort and keep the good memories of the show alive.
Avatar: The Last Airbender: First and foremost, a warning - I ship Zutara, and I will go down with my ship. I significantly dislike romance, but participating in Zutara month will hopefully be a way for me to broaden my horizons and stretch my writing muscles. My favorite character is probably Katara, since I can relate to her the most, followed by Zuko, because I am a sucker for honor and redemption.
Chuck: BRYCE LARKIN. LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT BRYCE LARKIN AND STUPID, SELF-SACRIFICIAL SPIES WHO DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW TO HAVE HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS. In case it still isn't clear, Bryce Larkin is hands down my favorite character in the show, though he is closely followed by the rest of the main cast, who are also rather spectacular. I am also a part of the small-but-ardent portion of the fandom who firmly believes that Bryce went on to become Neal Caffrey in White Collar after he "died" the at the end of Season 2.
Burn Notice: Remember what I said about Bryce Larkin? I could apply the same to Michael Westen, but he at least learns over the course of the series. Michael and Jesse Porter are probably my favorite characters, but while I adore the show, I haven't really delved into the fandom much.
Covert Affairs: Despite my only published CA fic focusing on Jai Wilcox, my favorite characters are probably Auggie and Annie. I love their dynamic, and I love Auggie's strength and sarcasm. I also love the relationship between Arthur and Joan, and Joan and the agents serving under her. I do have a soft spot for characters with Daddy issues, though, and underappreciated/complicated characters. And Jai Wilcox is most definitely complicated. Okay, and the fact that he's half-Indian really helps.
Stargate: I'm pretty sure there is nothing about this franchise I don't adore. I focus on SG-1 and SGA, namely Daniel Jackson and John Sheppard, along with Elizabeth Weir and Janet Fraiser, and special mention to Jonas Quinn and Cam Mitchell. I have a special place in my heart for Jonas, who is so upbeat and hopeful and curious, despite being taken away from his home with no hope for returning, because I'm an immigrant, too, and have faced a lot of the problems he has (but are for whatever reason not addressed in the show.) And no, I adamantly do not ship Sam/Jack.
Arrow: I mentioned the whole 'stupid self-sacrificial assholes with no idea how to have healthy relationships' up there, right? Because Oliver Queen. Stupid, broken Oliver Queen with his PTSD and allergy to shirts. I love Oliver, and Tommy, and Moira, and Sara, and the unfortunate host of dead characters. But mostly Oliver. I really like working with his trauma and exploring how that affects his life. I am an ardent, proud member of the Oliver Queen Defense Squad. #PROTECTOLIVERQUEEN2K4EVER
Yu-Gi-Oh!: Seto Kaiba. Enough said. Okay, no, I can never talk enough about Seto Kaiba. I will fight to the death to protect this traumatised, dauntless and enduring child. Fight me if you dare, for here an angry mother dragon slumbers. Suffice to say, anything I write for this fandom will focus on him and highlight just what an amazing badass character he is. I am also a valiant member of Seto Kaiba's White Knights.
Smallville: Joining my cast of traumatised, self-sacrificial, broken characters is Tess Mercer, who, as with Set above, I will fight to the death to protect. My darling who clawed herself out of Hell, who became a hero in her own right, for her own reasons, who is ruthless and devoted and believes wholeheartedly in a cause greater than herself. Who has been abused and betrayed by every single person in her life, but still opens her heart to the Justice League, and protects them and looks after them as Watchtower and later Red Tornado.
I'll add more categories up here as I delve into other fandoms.
Some of my work is in series, so here's a guide to keep track --
Witchcraft and Heroism: A series of short stories focusing on Jinx and Raven and their adventures in Jump City and Central City. Current stories, in order: Forward Motion; Strength Lies Therein.
Once and Always: A very expansive Universe where the Rangers are forced into hiding, and take on the identities of other characters across various fandoms. Current stories, in order: After the Power (being rewritten); Once and Always; Not We the Conquered.
Snapshots of a Life: A series of short stories about Tony Stark getting used to living with the Avengers, and the Avengers learning more about the real Tony Stark. Plenty of interaction with the greater Marvel Universe. Current stories, in order: Before the Dawn; Aftermath.
A final note: Any and all flames across any of my stories will be used to set Dean Winchester on fire. So choose your words carefully ;)