Author has written 1 story for Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Why hello there!
I'm afraid you won't find much of a profile here. This is an account primarily intended for archiving various short stories I wrote for the so called 'Microfic Challenges' that ran in the (in-)famous 'Jameron Thread', on the forums of the TSCC wikis (first on sarahconnor.wetpaint.com, and later on tscc.wetpaint.com, after the bulk of the active members moved there). I post them here under a different alias, but that should make no difference to most of you.
Anyway, I suppose a quick explanation is in order, in case you're wondering what I'm talking about...
The Microfic Challenges worked sort of like this: First, someone came up with a premise for a story. Then the thread regulars who chose to participate wrote stories based upon that premise and posted them in the thread. The length would usually be limited to a set number of posts (nomrally 2 or 3), the length of which were in turn limited by the Wetpaint character limit (2000 per post). Once the time limit was up or everyone had submitted their entries, the challenge would be closed. The challenger would then pick a winner out of the participating lot, and that poor sod would then be charged with coming up with the next challenge.
Anyway, as I said, here I will be posting some of my entries from those challenges. I will include the challenge as it was presented at the time, so the reader can see what it was, that he or she may know the premise and the rules under which it was written (both of which we would sometimes take our liberties with). I will most likely clean the stories up a bit; doing away with spelling errors I might've missed at the time, or clumsy phrasings that I'm unsatified with (English is not my first language, after all). The stories themselves will remain the same however.
On a final note, in case the name of the thread mentioned above didn't give it away, all stories here will be focusing on John and Cameron. So if you hate those two then you may want to look for something else to read.