Author has written 14 stories for Firefly, Glee, Incredible Hulk, and Major Crimes.
Wow, another year has come and gone. I managed to post only two chapters for "Holier Than Thou" this year, which makes me sad. But I'm not giving up just yet. In fact, I'm about to embark on a 'Firefly' rewatch so I can recapture Wash and Jayne's voices.
'Glee' (the show) got so bad it drove me away about 18 months ago, but I still read some of the fic. I'm looking for a new fandom to get enthusiastic about and friends have made some excellent suggestions, including Sherlock and Dr. Who. I've gotten into two new shows - 'Major Crimes' and 'Ripper Street', but not in a way that motivates me to write for them. I guess writing-wise I'm adrift at the moment.
Oh, inspiration, why must you be so coy!
To FIREFLY Readers:
You're not going to believe it, but I am returning to my WIP "Holier Than Thou." Wash and Jayne will not be abandoned to their fate at Winterset Abbey. So yes, future chapters will be forthcoming. I appreciate your patience!
2010 will go down in history as the year fan fiction took over my life. What a great year! Nine stories and one poem - who would have ever imagined? I blame the Firefly fandom for starting me off on this crazy fan fiction journey, and it's all Glee's fault that I keep going. Who knows what fandom will be next in 2011? But I'm not complaining! My little literary ventures have brightened my life to a ridiculous degree, and I am having a great time corresponding with authors from all over the world about stories and characters and the art and craft of writing.
A big thank you to everyone for reading, enjoying and reviewing my stuff, particularly given that most of it is chock-a-block full of angst and character introspection. Bonus points to those who think I'm witty or funny - that's my favorite compliment, as my family only considers me occasionally witty and no one thinks I'm funny. Despite being a lawyer, I'm actually a quite nice person, and will always send prompt and sincere 'thank you' emails to people who review, favor and alert my stories. I try to return the favor to fellow authors, particularly if they write in fandoms that are familiar to me.
I wouldn't go so far as to say that I'm in it for the reviews. In truth I think I'm in it for the chance to plumb the dark and messy depths of the human psyche without the pressure of creating original characters, and to dish out a little snark along the way. But reviews sure do help keep my spirits up, so please don't be shy with the feedback.