Author has written 9 stories for NCIS, Airhead, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Castle.
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NCIS is my all-time favorite TV show. My one friend says he will sign me up for NCIS Anonymous. It's pretty bad. I know most of Gibbs' rules (though not all, but I'm working on that), and I can come up with an NCIS quote for almost any situation. Tony is my favorite character, but Tim is quickly catching up to him. In one of the series I'm writing, the first fanfic of which is Justified Injustice, I even wrote myself in as Tim's cousin. I think that made me love him even more. And, when I was feeling homesick after a few days living in a dorm on my college campus, it was Tony DiNozzo who convinced me to stick it out (yeah, I have an imaginary friend in college. So shoot me. At least he's hot).
Anyway, I've told you about how I'm obsessed with NCIS, but I didn't tell you about the other things I write about: I like NCIS: Los Angeles, as well, but not as much as the original. However, I don't feel that it's fair to compare them, considering the fact that the only things they share are the agency and Vance. It's completely different from NCIS, so it bothers me when I hear someone saying, "It's not NCIS without Gibbs." No, it's not. It's NCIS: Los Angeles. Totally different. But I digress. One of my friends got me hooked on Castle (just thinking about it got the theme song stuck in my head. It's so catchy!), and I love him so much. I've read both Heat Wave and Naked Heat, and I'm anxiously awaiting the release of Heat Rises. I'm also hoping that the Heat Wave movie from the show comes into theaters here in the real world, but I haven't heard anything about it, so I'm assuming it won't. *sigh*. That leaves Airhead, I think. Meg Cabot is my favorite author, which I know is a little strange for a freshman in college. She wrote The Princess Diaries, yes. She's a little young for me, yes. But I still love her books. Plus, I've always thought it fun to write from someone else's perspective. It's a good writing exercise. I also hope to write for The Mediator series sometime soon.
That's all I can think to say at the moment, except maybe to tell you to please read my fanfictions, and review honestly (but not too harshly. I'm kind of delicate. If you're going to point out something you hate, please tell me how I could improve instead of just saying, "This part sucked.") I'll leave you with my favorite scene from my favorite episode of NCIS, Driven (4x11):
Miss Taylor: Lights please. From the video presentation, it's clear that sexual harassment can take many forms in the workplace: A coworker with "elevator eyes", looking you up and down. A coworker shows you a cartoon or photo of a sexual nature.