Author has written 36 stories for Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Highlander, Xena: Warrior Princess, Harry Potter, Gargoyles, Sleeping Beauty, Stargate: SG-1, Addams Family, Green Arrow, Terra Nova, Underworld, Firefly, Gummi Bears, Bewitched, Captain America, His Dark Materials, Home Improvement, Shrek, Assassin's Creed, and Game X-overs.
Posting here, TTH, and AO3. FFNet's posting system makes updating more difficult and time consuming than I think it needs to be. Thus, most of my stories here remain un-updated. You could even call them First drafts. If you like spelling and punctuation to be fixed, consider reading at TTH, which is much easier to update and hence most of my stories have been updated.
First stories now posted. They're going like wildfire or hotcakes or something like that.
Thank you for reading.
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I should point out that I like making people think and challenging expectations. Therefore, in my stories anyone can die and anyone can live. Even the bad guys if they are good/lucky enough. Main characters get slightly more leeway, but they can die too.
Also, I strive for realism in whatever story I write. Realistic physics, injuries, etc. The two regular exceptions are training and healing time; simply to keep the plot moving.
Male, 30something, From Wisconsin. Go, Pack, Go!
Bad decisions make the best stories. A horror film where no one makes a bad decision becomes a film about a guy who hides in the bushes for 2 hours and then goes home.
In stories I read, I don't expect perfection but repeated errors annoy me. Especially:
YEA: "Yea" is a word but "yeah" is the word you meant to write. There are two ways to properly use 'yea'. One is old English like the King James bible. "Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death..." That includes a lot of 'thee's and 'thou's too, which are also words. But you still don't use 'thee' when you mean 'the' and you don't use 'thou' when you mean 'though'. They are different words and (usually) pronounced differently. "Yea, I told thee guy to sit down thou he didn't listen to me," is wrong. The other correct way to use 'yea' is to vote "yea or nay." I find the spelling to be ironic since yea and yay rhyme but we don't vote "yay or nay" which would make more sense to me.
If you incorrectly use "yea", I will probably call you out on it. If you don't feel like changing it, I will assume you are either too stupid to understand or too lazy to make corrections. Either way, I won't be reading your stories.