Author has written 3 stories for NCIS, and Walking Dead.
I have been into fan fiction for a couple of years now and I am currently writing stories for NCIS and The Walking Dead, which are two shows that I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!
I am a child of the 70s and my favorite from back then is Emergency. I have a couple of stories for Emergency, but they are slash and while those seem to be acceptable here for NCIS and TWD, they are not well received in the Emergency fandom on this site so you most-likely won't see them here. I have those stories posted to another site (WWOMB) if you want to read them. The series is called "A Man in Love" and there are three stories. If you can't find them and would like more info, PM me and I'll try to get you to them.
With regard to the stories that I have posted on this site, unfortunately I seem to have established a pattern of killing off characters. That will not always be the case. Sometimes I just don't need for a story to be happy all of the time. If it works out that it is happy, great; but if it doesn't, that's ok too. Some of the best fan fiction I have ever read happen to have character death(s). Just because people die doesn't mean it isn't a good story.
Bad language tends to show up often in my stories. I try to remember to put a warning in, but sometimes I forget so here is a blanket warning: My stories have bad language.
I tend to write AU because that gives a lot more freedom and allows for a lot more creativity than trying to stay exactly canon all the time with the story lines and the characters.
The time of year can also make a difference. I may be more active in writing in the peak of summer as it is hotter than hell in Texas in the summer and I just don't want to go outside. On the flip side, it can also be quite cold in the Texas Hill Country in winter, so there may be spurts of activity in the peak of winter too. It sucks in Texas. There are about 3 weeks in the spring when it's wildflower season and the area is completely blanketed with them. Ok, for 3 weeks out of the year, Texas doesn't suck. That still leaves a lot of suck.
Sometimes it takes me a while to post chapters because I am OCD. I have to make sure that the storylines stay consistent. If I get on a roll, though, it won't be surprising to see several chapters go up right after one another, then there might be a break. One thing for sure though: barring coma and/or death and/or something at that level of severity, I will always finish a story.
Because I have been left hanging too many times, I only read fan fiction that is complete. I have just been burned too much. When I read a completed story that I like, I will leave a review, but only after it is complete. I hate to be a review junkie when I am writing (i.e., want reviews, want reviews and want reviews), but I don't do it until I read a completed pretty much makes me a hypocrite. I can live with that.
I have several more story ideas floating around in my head right now. I am trying to sort them out into outlines, but I only write one story at a time. I think it's the OCD thing. I sometimes have tunnel-vision. However, the OCD also gets stories finished.
I hope you enjoy reading my stories as much as I love writing them!!!