Author has written 6 stories for Law and Order: SVU.
"For a long time now I have tried simply to write the best I can. Sometimes I have good luck and write better than I can."
That about sums up my experience as writer. I'm a journalist by trade, a short story author by necessity and find myself on Fanfiction.net out of some type of curiosity.
I only write for SVU, simply because there is a backstory there that I thinks has a lot of room to be played out. I'm E/O, but occasionally only an O, or mainly an O, it depends. I try to base anything I write on canon, or at least the canon thoughts of a character. I sometimes take a situation that could happen and spin it (that's how "If I Die Young" was born.)
Check out my work, and please, tell me what you think. Author's write books for themselves, but they publish them for others. Same with FanFic, we write for ourselves but publish for others.
Follow me on tumblr.com at stillclever.tumblr.com, it's an "everything under the sun" blog, but I'm heavy on the SVU. Now, that's way too much about me. Let's have some SVU fun...
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My favorite SVU quotes (first season):
[After testifying in court, during which the defendant flashed the jury and was forcibly removed]
Benson: Hey. How'd it go?
Stabler: He's in Bellevue
Benson: Jury came back that fast?
Stabler: He waved his flag at them before they had a chance. Nobody saluted.
Benson: Question. Who'd want to cut your penis off?
Victor: Take a number.
Stabler: So you don't think she murdered him.
Benson: [lying] No. I don't think she murdered him. She said she was in her office until around one. That was after he was killed.
Stabler: And no one else was there
Benson: And no one else was there.
Stabler: And no one else was there. That is an anti-alibi.
A Single Life:
Benson: She was molested, you know that. That cold facade of hers?
Stabler: Maybe it's just living in Colorado
Benson: She dresses more Fifth Avenue than Rocky Mountain
Stabler: I'm...having a fashion police blackout.
Munch: Back to the dead whore.
Jeffries: Jerkwad. Have some respect for the victim.
Munch: Hey, I respect hookers. At least they earn their money up front, unlike ex-wives, who get you with that lucrative back-end deal.
Jeffries: So you're saying all women are whores?
Munch: Don't be ridiculous. I don't know all the women in the world.
Cragen: When you were at the 3-1, did you know a cop named Sal D'Angelo?
Briscoe: The 70s are a blur.
Cragen: Tell me about it. Closest I ever came to time travel.