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Author has written 24 stories for Red vs. Blue, Castle, Supernatural, RWBY, and Hobbit.
"And you're what? Shocked and disappointed? I'm evil!" -- William the Bloody (Spike), "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
Shoot me a PM for anything that pops into your mind--reviews, comments, questions, observations, complaints, all-around geeking out. I'm down for basically anything.
I'm the Founder of a new group on DeviantArt called "AdverbsAnonymous"! It's devoted to helping writers with the technical aspect of writing, as well as a place to post literature for evaluation and/or free beta-reading.
There's also "INF-101" which is dedicated to Halo fans, particularly those with OCs, though that's not required.
My "Red vs. Blue" Website: Saints vs. Sinners
OTP(s): Salt 'N Peppa (Ryan/Esposito, "Castle"); Destiel (Dean/Castiel); Galavich (Ian/Mickey, "Shameless (US), 2011"); Tuckington (Tucker/Washington, "Red vs. Blue"); Archester (Jaune Arc/Cardin Winchester, "RWBY")
Other Pairings: Caskett (Castle/Beckett, "Castle"); Yorkalina (York/Carolina, "Red vs. Blue"); Rumbelle (Rumpelstiltskin/Belle, "Once Upon A Time"); Captain Swan (Emma/Kilian Jones, "Once Upon A Time"); Tasertricks (Darcy/Loki, "Thor"); Spike/Illyria ("Angel"); Bagginshield (Bilbo/Thorin, "The Hobbit"); Renora (Lie Ren/Nora Valkyrie, "RWBY").
Bros Before Hos:
(Red vs. Blue)
"New Kid on the Block" -- Angel Espera thought that his cryo-chamber being jettisoned onto an unknown planet while he was en route to his new posting was a sign that his tenure in Project Freelancer was going to be even worse than he thought. Getting stuck on a rock with a snarky little blue AI and having to fight his way across the planet really sucked, but meeting another Freelancer in silver armor at the end... kinda made it seem worth the headaches.
"Secrets of the Lab: A 'Secrets and Sins' Mini-Series Interlude" -- Agents Louisiana and Missouri make a wager. She needs the pyrotechnics enhancement that he promised her; he needs her to respect that he's a suffering genius on the Mother of Invention and to leave him alone to his lemonade.
"Cops and Robbers" -- This girl on Reach has got a cute accent, a short dress, and military training; she's also not afraid to use them when her sister's got the flu and they're behind on their rent. Enter drunken, blonde soldier and less-than-law-abiding, Scottish benefactor: stage left.
"May Cause Headaches And/Or Dizziness" -- The morning after "Don't Use While Operating Heavy Machinery". May also include whole-wheat pancakes, bad catchphrases, and inappropriate touching in PLAIN SIGHT OF FUCKING EVERYONE!
"Lingering Ghosts" (Part Two) -- Washington leaves Blue Base to, apparently, look for someone who "needs" him. He and Tucker have a talk first, and in the middle of it, Wash realizes two things. One of them involves a purple person, and makes him feel sick; the other involves a turquoise person, and is just plain awkward.
(Halo: Spartan Ops)
The "Déjà Vu And Freudian Themes" Series (Or "The Three Different Versions of Spartan Thorne Getting the Love He Deserves"):
"id" -- After the Second Battle for Requiem, the Infinity gets stranded near an unknown planet when their drive suddenly shuts down. Unfortunately, while the planet is inhabited by a culture of people who are in possession of lots of Forerunner tech and eager to help, they're not certain how to go about it. Even worse, whatever it is stranding the crew is also trying to change the their biology to match that of the the "weird-ass locals" (DeMarco's words, of course). The worst part: There's apparently only one person between Infinity's crew and the Tamerans who can fix this, a local scientist... and she's a convicted felon, thrown in prison for unethical scientific testing. (Contains Spartan Gabriel Thorne!)
"Ego" -- Dr. Catherine Halsey wasn't happy with the decision to bring Mikaela Watson (Ph.D.) aboard the Infinity; however, the good doctor lost the right to be paid attention after she pulled that triple-agent/double-fake-out stunt with Jul 'Mdama, which only half succeeded anyway. Besides, even if Captain Lasky and Commander Palmer HAD trusted Halsey to any degree, the need for a neurobiologist was quickly approaching "dire", and they needed the situation resolved... Like, NOW. (Contains Spartan Gabriel Thorne!)
"Super-ego" -- Most people talk to each other, develop a crush, and THEN sleep together. *snort* Medical student Aurelia Jackson would never be so mainstream... (Contains Spartan Gabriel Thorne!)
("Red vs. Blue" crossover with "Once Upon a Time")
"The Price of Love" -- York needs to disappear. No way he's leaving his girl to do something insane like, say, try and kill her father or something. So, where the hell can they go to for help...? Well, according to an old friend in silver armor, Maine was nice this time of year...
("Law and Order: SVU")
"Bandwagon" -- It is said that, when your soul-mate is injured, the wounds will appear on your own body as well. Whoever this guy/girl/alien/whatever is, Dale Stuckey thinks they either have an unfortunate penchant for abusive relationships, or don't know when to keep their mouth shut. Either way, it's painfully inconvenient.
(Crossover with "Castle" and "Supernatural")
"Controlled Chaos" -- Javier Esposito just wanted to help save the young girl who'd been kidnapped by some cultist crazies; now he's got a pissed-off Special Victims Detective on his ass and a pet Trickster goddess who just wants to have some fun.
("Sinbad (TV series)" crossover with "Supernatural")
"Order Amongst Chaos" -- The Providence has run aground near a mysterious, deserted island. Fortunately, there's a woman who says that she might be able to help; unfortunately, they would need to piss off a rather powerful Trickster god if they ever wanted to leave her little portion of the world.
"Pretty" -- Raley sees him for the first time when he walks into her bar in Portland. He's pretty, and dangerous, but also seems sad. He stumbled in by accident and stayed for the good booze and weird-ass, but entertaining as hell, clientele. Pretty always looks cheered up by the time he leaves, but he comes back every once in a while and just looks so damn sad every time he does.
"In the Name of the Queen (of Moons)" -- Dean Smith and Sam Wesson learned a valuable lesson when they met: never believe any of Sam's stupid theories, and don't buy into his weird hysteria. Of course, when actual fairies turn up in Moondoor, the place that both men like to relax on weekends, Dean figures that (just this once, mind you), Sam's hysteria might be warra--wait a second, who the hell this THAT sexy motherfucker?!
"Apology Accepted" -- After successfully icing the Devil without resorting to anything too desperate, the Winchesters get some much-needed time to relax. Gabriel, now the top dog in Heaven, figures the boys aren't so bad, and decides to apologize for being a dick. Therefore, Gabriel is smug, Dean is so happy he could fuckin' puke, and Castiel has NO idea what they fuck just happened to his vessel.
("Law and Order: SVU" crossover with "Shameless, 2011")
"Deviation" -- Mickey knew as soon as he saw the two oldest Gallagher siblings, not to mention his own sister, standing in the middle of the squadroom, that his cushy life as Dale Stuckey was lost. Since the first words out of their mouths were "Ian's in trouble", Mickey didn't care, as long as his carrot-top-freckled-fuckin'-alien-lookin'-thing was safe.
I heartily subscribe to "Peter's Evil Overlord List". When I become supreme ruler of the world, I shall be sure to follow its instructions.