Author has written 62 stories for Highlander, A-Team, NCIS, and Sherlock.
I starting publishing my fanfiction on the net in 2003, although like many people here I had been writing my own stories long before that. My Highlander stories focused on the father/son relationship between Duncan/Richie, with increasing appearences from Methos, Connor and Amanda. My interest in the show was fading even before Richie was killed and my stories became increasing AU as I started to construct my own 'future perfect' version of the universe in my 'Richie gets to save the world' trilogy = The Quickening, The Plague and A Place Out of Time.
My A-team stories are polished up versions of things I wrote long before the internet. Part of me almost regrets writing "The New Arrival" for Hannibal and Face - it would have fit Tony and Gibbs so well.
In 2006 NCIS became my consuming passion, the art of trying to write the obviously strong bonds of respect and affection between Gibbs and Tony whilst saying very little (Gibbs) and using a lot of words but still not saying very much (Tony) being an interesting challenge. Then things started to change. Personally I have scant interest in Tiva and that seemed to be becoming the main focus of the show. Secondly, I found the writing, especially between Tony and Tim increasingly disappointing and I was saddened by how this seemed to make some fans feel that the characters were somehow rivals rather than teamates. Gradually, my interest tapered off. I stopped watching and writing and read NCIS fanfiction only sporadically.
In the Summer of 2010 the BBC's modern adaptation of Sherlock Holmes drew me in with a similar dynamic between partners that is vested in actions more than overt conversation. I very much enjoyed writing those stories and still have a few scraps on my hard drive I may polish up one day but until we get more frankly there is only so much mileage to be had out of three episodes.
I have dabbled in a couple of White Collar fics and I thank those people who have encouraged me to post those. But I have found trying to follow the series in the UK rather tricky so until I can stock up on the DVDs that particular project is on hold for now.
Then this Spring I came upon a few stories which encouraged me to think about NCIS again. Detour's "Fitting Pieces" and ihearttony's "Salvation" come to mind. But outstanding among these was Sequiter's Victorian Verse starting with "Gentlemen of Last Resort". Truly inspired I had begun dusting off an unfinshed story of mine whens he graciously offered me the chance to write for those characters. With Sequiter's blessing, encouragement and great patience for e-mail discussions I have finally finished my story set in her Universe. This story is largely complete so you can look forward to fairly regualr updates.
Between, work, life and my fickle muse I cannot say when there might be other other stories, but I have leanrt I will never say never again!
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