Author has written 4 stories for Dungeon Siege, Diablo, and My Little Pony.
Not much to say, really. I enjoy writing and do so mostly at random or when the mood hits. I also like to keep things brief if I can, so don't expect anything I happen to toss out to be very long chapter-wise. Don't expect a lot of seriousness either, I try (repeat, try) to focus on comedy in some form or another. As such, gore and language are usually on the tamer side (unless it's prominent in the source fandom), so if that puts you off you've come to the right place.
Notes about Dungeon Siege: The Highlight Reel: I started a new game of Dungeon Siege, made a few sarcastic comments to myself, and came up with the idea for this. It'll be written as I play through again, so the going will probably be slow. Not that anyone will notice, since DS doesn't seem to get a lot of attention. Works for me.
Notes about A Game of Lawful Stupid: I was working on another fic, and getting slightly unmotivated since it's on the serious side at the current part and I've very little motivation to be serious. I wrote this up on a whim. Thanks to a crazy old man (who inspired the Necromancer's personality) for the title and the angelic victim he annoys regularly for first using the term "lawful stupid" to describe one of his characters (who was the inspiration for the Paladin).
Notes about Never Let Go: Crossovers that take two radically different fandoms and smoosh them together never really made sense to me... so I took two things I liked and did some smooshing of my own to try and figure out the attraction. I found it. I've gotten mildly obsessed with this story ever since beginning it, even though darker stuff isn't my normal style at all. Hopefully it'll turn out all right and at least a couple people will find it entertaining.
Notes about A Long Way Off: After writing A Game of Lawful Stupid, I kind of wanted to continue with it. So I did. That simple, folks. Not really much else to say about it at the moment.
That is all, and I hope enjoy your fiction regardless of where it comes from.