Author has written 15 stories for Inuyasha, Sailor Moon, Trigun, and Stargate: SG-1.
I don't really write fanfics anymore, but rather I enjoy reading them. Currently I very much enjoy the Stargate and X-Files ones, because those who write the ones I read are generally good fans, as both of them have been around a long time and require devotion to write well.
It bothers me when people don't do research sometimes and there are blatant inaccuracies. I realize its fiction, but it's fanfiction. Fans are supposed to know things about what they are writing, you know? Oi. It isn't just a story.
I do have one that's up and running but is a very slow WIP for Stargate- it's called "Her First Proving Ground" and it's about Jennifer Hailey's first experiences at the Academy from a knowledgable perspective. I might go on through her four years but maybe only through her second degree year (I have my reasons). I don't have a lot of time to be creative _
I leave you with a quote:
"The scientific theory I like best is that the rings of Saturn are composed entirely of lost airline luggage." - Mark Russel