Author has written 1 story for Wizards of Waverly Place.
Is a guy who writes and thinks a lot, probably too much for his good.
A resolution for 2011 would be to return to the fan-fiction gig, I find that stories these days rely too much on flash and not enough substance but keep in mind drugs are bad, I've also noticed that a lot of the good writers have been exiled by the flash in the pants newbies who dare use 'texting' language in their dialogue... that way of writing must end.
As for what series I'm breaking into. I have some ideas for Chuck, Angel, Lost, Smallville, Human Target and Doctor Who but it could be a toss up as to what story will fit what show. They were all such good shows. It's sad to say that after Lost ended, my interest in watching television has died down quite a bit. Shows like Breaking Bad and Californication are too good to be fan-ficted. (not a word) That being said, I've always looked for authors who can write a great story. There are a few on this site but too far and in between.
UPDATE... all my previously written stories have been deleted. Time to start fresh.
Update - 2013.
I remember a time when I used to write for fun. I remember when writing wasn't about deadlines or pages or having white space count for something. I took up screenwriting and the first thing they tell you is to screw the prose and I feel that I've lost the prose and at the same time lost that unique voice I have.
I'm coming back to where it all began. How this impossible journey started. I'm not making any promises as to updates or stories. You're just going to have to trust that I care about this somewhat and it'll help me boost my fledgling confidence up to see readers reading my stuff.
I'm going into character drama now. Flesh them out and let them go through the motions. And I'm not god. I'm just some guy looking to write something and if you like it - fantastic - and if you don't - I'm going to pretend I don't care.
Welcome back me.