Author has written 10 stories for NCIS, Mentalist, Bourne series, and Discworld.
I take no responsibility whatsoever for how bad my stories on here are; I am purposefully avoiding rereading them right now, but I can't take them off, because that would involve effort and explaining things to friends and I'm just not doing it.
WIP: I'm not. A writer. Or progressing. Or writing. You know. I mean, I guess I am writing now, but it's not getting online because I'm a coward just now and don't feel like changing.
I'm a reader, fangirl, writer and editor (though I must admit there's much less reading than writing going on here, which is odd, for me).
I love getting mail & reviews from people and editing people's work. Want constructive criticism? This is the place to get it. If you're here because I gave you constructive criticism and you didn't like it, all I can say is that I have been taught (in a yelling-at-twice-a-week sort of way) to value SPaG (Spelling Punctuation and Grammar), good plots, and in-character characters very highly.
I support Team Gibbslap, the part of the population that believes Bella needs a good Gibbslap to clear her head from the fog of selfishness and whining that makes her life so constantly miserable.
Feel free to tell me if I've written something especially stupid; it happens all the time. Sigh.
I am a source of several things: bad jokes, reviews, random curse words in various fictional languages, stories. But mostly bad jokes. Very bad jokes. Of which I am well-aware.
In 2011 I wrote for National Novel Writing Month and did it in 17 days. Pain. However, I shall do it again. So should you.
Update: Have done it again, by accident, through rp. Well over the 50k and certainly under 30 days.
And I've decided that the best way to edit what I've got is with help, so when it's written it's posted, but it's not "over" or "done" till it's technically labeled complete. I could possibly bomb the world and leave only two survivors in a previously fluffy story if I so chose. So don't be surprised if there are some major changes.
And no, just because I keep saying, "ye gods!" doesn't mean I'm a polytheist. It just means I read lots of Terry Pratchett. Which is a good thing. All hail Pterry. §