Author has written 45 stories for Criminal Minds, and Sherlock.
Favorite TV shows: Criminal Minds, Elementary (also BBC!Sherlock and the RDJ movies, but Elementary is my fav of the three), Marvel (comics, movies), White Collar, Castle, Community, Buffy, Firefly, Arrested Development
OTPs: Morgan/Reid, Hotch/Morgan, Prentiss/Morgan, Prentiss/Morgan/Reid, Prentiss/Jordan, Sherlock/John, Tony/Steve, Pepper/Natasha, Neal/Peter (can include El if done right), Castle/Beckett, Abed/Troy, Annie/Jeff, Buffy/Spike
Pairings I generally dislike: Gideon/anyone (especially Reid, ugh creeps me out), Hotch/Prentiss (rarely done IC), Garcia/Morgan (rarely done IC and without racism or consent issues or doing the "he loves her despite her fatness" bullshit), Mozzie/anyone, Buffy/Riley
Around 2004, I slowly started developing anxiety regarding writing that became quite severe. When viewed logically, it is/was ridiculous. I'd work myself into a tizzy about how "bad" of a writer I was and how I was going to get a bad grade on a paper and put it off...then I'd write it mere hours before it was due, and still get an A or a B on it. You'd think that would prove that I'm at least a decent bullshitter with better than average grammar and spelling, but it didn't. Instead, it got so bad that I failed one of my university's required writing class - three times - because I got so anxious that I didn't turn in half the shit I was supposed to. So...in a way...writing fanfiction is therapeutic. There's no deadline, unless I impose one on myself and I get all nervous about posting stuff, but then people leave me nice reviews and PMs and I re-read my stuff and realize it's not terrible. I've been getting less and less anxious about posting too, which is nice.
Because of this, PLEASE don't ask me to continue any of my fic. I wrote an author's note on almost all of them for a reason. Please go read it and stop heightening my anxiety. I don't write when I'm anxious, so it's best for everyone if you respect my boundaries, okay? Okay.
While I love, love, love positive feedback, I'm super open to any constructive criticism offered as well. It always surprises me when other people tell me not to read their stuff if I'm going to "complain." Sorry for trying to be helpful? So yeah. I'd like to be a better writer and I don't think that happens by automatically dismissing concrit.