Author has written 35 stories for SeaQuest, Star Wars, Dragonlance, Guild Wars, Warcraft, NCIS, Doctor Who, and Torchwood.
I have returned... ish. I am back to writing and I am revising a good number of my stories so please bear with me as finishing the WIP's depend on the revisions. Also my paid writing is a current priority as I need to have money to live on too, lol. As usual however I use my fan fiction to keep me going in between dry spells in my original work.
One warning: As all writers must, I practice. A lot. Some of the unfinished tales here that seem "fragmented" are likely to remain so. Unless expressly stated otherwise in the disclaimer page, I give permission to other fan fiction writers to give a shot at either finishing them or tweaking them. Just give proper credit where it is due. On that same note, don't be surprised if suddenly those unfinished tales turn up suddenly finished... or radically different.
As always I love and appreciate constructive critiques and hearing from my readers so keep 'em coming!
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I have my favourites, like everyone else. I also dislike certain characters, like everyone else. However, I understand that my favourites may not be yours and who I dislike also may not jive with others opinions. However, what I hate on a monumental scale is character bashing. No character is perfect, no matter how much you love them. Every character, as much as you hate them, also has their good points or they wouldn't be someone else's favourite. It's one thing to bring out flaws in a character, but you have to be fair about it and not ignore their good points as well.
That being said, because I see it going around quite a bit, in Doctor Who Rose Tyler isn't my favourite by far either, and in NCIS neither is the new director or that lawyer chick from last season, however, I hate reading bashing fics. I really dislike reading a great fic otherwise and getting into it and then five-six chapters in finding it. In other words, if you're going to bash a character in a story, and it's not right off the hop... or even if it is... could you at least have the decency to put a warning in the Author's notes in the first chapter so the rest of us who don't like bash-fics will know to stay away and not clog your review inbox with "What the H did you do that for?" when we're surprised by it midway through. And no, your profile isn't good enough. /rant
I also will never write a bash-fic on any character. I may turn a character into a baddie based on a very real theory (and then, if it's feasible & believable, write about their eventual redemption), but I also write them as good guys too. I love reading them both ways as well.