Author has written 112 stories for Sherlock, Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes, Norse Mythology, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, Captain America, Chronicles of Narnia, and Sarah Jane Adventures.
So, I've got some new follows (YAY! THANK YOU! HI!) and I feel I should reintroduce myself a bit. I write a ton when I write non-fiction. I am an essayist at heart. I value dialogue and conversation. My LiveJournal is better organized. I'm shouldboverthis there. A good guide is under Loose friending policy which is always in the top post.
My master list is, conveniently, in the top post as well--Master List.
It's also listed on the side as "Table of Contents" which is me being probably too clever-clever by half.
It is extremely organized so that you can skim right to what interests you, slash, Mystrade, Doctor Who, Sherlock as child, etc. I update it about once a month, so there may be a little lag.
The tags page, which I am also rather anal about is under "Card Catalog," again me being clever-clever.
I have a Tumblr page which is shouldibenovel.tumbler.com. It's for fan stuff.
I have a Twitter--noveleye. It is NOT for fan stuff, but I will acknowledge yours (ooo, liked your latest!) without being specific and ask that you not mention details on mine (Wow, Isbot, loved when you had Sherlock bent over the table). No. :)
I am at AO3 as shouldbeover , but I post across all platforms, so you're not missing anything. I also have a Dreamwidth which I back up to every so often.
I am generation-John, married, own an elderly dog and cat, find children scary and skeletons funny.
I've never slashed anything but Sherlock and John (and environs) but dear God, I have been a fan of many things. Husband and I own ten sonic screwdrivers, an entire shelf of Invader Zim playsets, four versions of Zero from "The Nightmare before Christmas" and a 30" plush Appa.
I have a Cafe Press shop, but they restricted most of my Sherlock and Doctor Who designs, so am casting about for another company. I take contributions for sherlockslash - a Twitter acct. for 140 character Sherlock stories. I'm working through a scene by scene analysis of the episodes at Scene of the Crime.