Author has written 34 stories for Thunderbirds, Gilligan's Island, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, StarTrek: The Original Series, Hawaii Five-0, Musketeers, Once Upon a Time, Jersey Boys, Supernatural, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
Well, a new version of Thunderbirds has happened and it looks like my writing mojo has come right back. I will probably continue to annoy the Thunderbirds fandom the majority of the time but I might hop into other fandoms now and again when the mood takes me, although I'm yet to find a fandom as supportive as the Thunderbirds one so I kinda feel safest here.
I don't really have time/brain power at the moment to write a multi-chapter story, so you'll mostly find oneshots or collections of oneshots with a common theme, like Stubble and my latest collection The Secret Life of Jefferson Tracy here. If for some strange reason you're desperate to read a longer story by me, I did write a 28-chapter Gordon/OC fic called Home from the Sea. I'm still really proud of it and I absolutely loved writing it.
I've written quite a lot of fics for random fandoms and I've loved writing them and I'm still very much a part of those fandoms, but the ones I'm most proud of are two stories I wrote for Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman, Heart of Gold and its sequel, Heart of Stone. It was a big departure for me in that I'd never written tragedy before and I'm surprisingly really very pleased with the way they turned out. I'm especially proud of them because it turned out (from feedback I got on the stories) that they'd made longstanding fans of the show see a very unpopular character in a new light and had even begun to soften their distaste for him a little bit, which was a really lovely feeling.
I write mostly comedic stuff, and always have done. Even my more serious stories have appropriate splashes of humour. I feel that stories are like life - not every moment is filled with angst, and not every moment is filled with laughter. The two are interchangeable and oftentimes inextricably linked. Also I think it's a lot harder to make someone laugh than to make them cry, so I don't hold to the idea that comic writing is in any way a lesser art form than dramatic writing.
I'm always happy to hear from everyone, so if you've got any questions or something you want to say, please feel free to drop me a line.
Sorry for rambling!