Author has written 2 stories for Mass Effect.
student (most of the time), data analyst (the rest of the time), lover of fantasy and science fiction (all of the time).
My work will be Mass Effect related, notably the Broshep/Liara romance. While there's a lot of great ME Fan Fiction, the amount of top-level writing dealing with that particular subplot is alarmingly low when compared to the sheer number of stories for other plot combinations. My writing will deal with Commander John Cameron Shepard - a Spacer/Sole Survivor Vanguard who's fairly traumatized by what he's seen on Akuze at first. Because of its choice system, Mass Effect often sacrificed depth in favour of scope, so I'll also endeavour to flesh out a lot of plot points that were either quickly tied up, or just not explored as fully as they could/should have been.
I've also got a Skyrim fic that I'm now in the middle of writing. Most of my creative energies are naturally going in that direction, so that will be the locus of my work for the next few months. This is not to say that Resurrection will not be finished - it will. However (to put it simply), I'm Mass Effect'd out right now; I need a break from the series - probably until the new year. Hopefully I'll be back in the game with Resurrection by then.
Mass Effect: Salvation (Draft Complete, 144,000 words, 14/14 chapters complete) - expanded, in-depth, more detailed telling of Mass Effect 1 - Shepard/Liara. The story has been published in full.
Mass Effect: Resurrection (Draft on Hold, 45,000 words. Act I Complete) - a bridge between Mass Effect 1 and Mass Effect 2, focused on a hugely-expanded telling of Liara's struggles between the two. General outline is complete and draft has begun. I've started going back to source sci-fi material looking for inspiration and ideas. I will begin publishing when I feel sufficiently comfortable with the direction the plot is taking; it's going to be a lot bigger than Salvation, so it will take more time to get there. Temporarily on hold due to real life commitments, Mass Effect fatigue (which I suppose happens when you play the full trilogy four times in six months), and writer's block.
Title TBD Elder Scrolls V Project (Conception and Drafting, 4,000 words) - I've got some ideas. We'll see where this goes.
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