Author has written 4 stories for Stargate: SG-1, Battlestar Galactica: 2003, and Stargate: Atlantis.
After being an ffnet writer for more than a year, it finally came to me that, maybe, I could write something in my profile (a really shocking realization), so here it comes.
Since I'm sure no one is very interested in my personal life (there's no reason you would be), I'm going to write here a few lines about the stories I've been posting, those I'm planning to post in the future, and how it all started.
Well, some two years ago I've decided that I needed to learn to write in English, and since imagination is not something I'm lacking, the idea of writing a sci-fi story readily popped into my mind. At first, I wasn't planning to post anything, since it was just a hobby with the intention of learning English and, frankly, because I didn't think anyone would waste his or her time reading my ranting. So, I started a story that, unfortunately (and for reasons that are not very clear to me even to this day), I decided to write it like a scenario for a TV show. But eventually I understood the limitations of such format in which I wasn't able to write the thoughts and feelings of the characters I was writing about in the way I wanted (definitely not in the way prose allows a writer to write about). So, I completely discarded the story, sent it in the recycle bin, and utterly deleted it, and began writing a new one. I affectionately began calling it the Liam's Saga, for no other reason than the main character was an Alterran named Liam (Duh!) and because I already knew it would be a very long story, probably a series of stories (hence the saga part). That was in January, 2012.
After having written almost ten chapters of the intended story, I said to myself 'Why not post it?'. After all, the worst that can happen is for nobody to read it, and although, and as far as I know, that is possibly the worst that can happen to a writer, that wasn't such a problem for me simply because I never thought of myself as a writer in the first place. So, I decided to finally do it (somewhere in April, same year), and then, to my surprise, I've found out that there are people who are interested in my ranting. And from that point on, I had even more reason to continue writing (I hate stories that don't have endings, so it would have been hypocritical of me to do the same, wouldn't it?) and to this moment, I can safely say that I'm satisfied with the amount I've managed to post thus far, and can only hope it will continue at the same pace (job permitting of course).
So, here is a list of what I've managed to post thus far and what's planned to follow:
Liam's Saga (Stargate universe, three books intended)
1. Stargate: The Guardian's Order (completed)
2. Stargate: The Second Great Alliance (completed)
3. Stargate: Immortal (in-progress, just started)
Battlestar Galactica 2003/Stargate SG-1 crossover
1. Stargate: The Twelve Colonies (in-progress, spin-off from somewhere around chapter 20 of Stargate: The Second Great Alliance, writers block...)
1. Stargate: Beyond the Frontier (after the end of Liam's Saga, with the same characters, just a few couple of decades later. I can also state with confidence that, by then, the Galactica/SG-1 crossover will be completed too.)