Author has written 36 stories for Blade, V, 2009, Star Trek: 2009, The Prophecy, and Labyrinth.
Not much to tell.
I like to write. I write when I can. Sometimes, I get an idea, develop it, then get struck by another one and forget the previous one. It's been known to happen (sorry). I have issues with my hands, I can't always write as often, or for so long as I may like, but I try (and there's always Aleve...) but my mind keeps the stories, at least, and it's only a matter of time until I can push myself to write it down.
I've written a lot of fanfics before (some I like, some I really don't want to look at, ever again, because it's just that bad). I'll probably use ff.net to archive my completed works and such since I have a bad habit of writing a fanfic series then losing my thread and then never finishing, which I know is cruel, so I use other sites to work on it, air it out and, ff.net, archiving :-) so far, sounds like a foolproof plan (but we all knows what happens to the best of plans...nothing ever goes according to plan!)
I tend to get ideas for fanfic that involve material I could use for future original stories, but I currently lack the commitment (and time) to actually develop it on its own. I do believe in the presence of original characters in already established fandoms because, well, sometimes they're useful when you want to push a story in a certain direction or give the canon characters something (I think) they need. They also help me establish the original character's history and persona in someone else's playground before I can give it his/her own which is all kinds of helpful, believe you me.
I'm interested in a lot of fandoms, so don't ask me to mention them all (please?). I'm open to a lot of OTPs, but mainly the OTPs where the romance is less obvious and either dysfunctional, impossible, complicated or unresolved, or all of the above *shrugs* it depends. And sometimes, I stay away from certain fandoms and pairings because I love them so much, I could not imagine ruining them, ever. I'm just not that brave...