Author has written 64 stories for Sherlock, Alice in Wonderland, Harry Potter, Rurouni Kenshin, Egyptian Mythology, How to Train Your Dragon, StarTrek: The Original Series, and Thor.
Fan Fiction is an expression of love.
Love of characters, love of story, love of a fictional world.
It is play and creativity and worth making. Reading and writing Fan Fiction creates a lot of joy in the world.
I enjoy fan fiction, and I expect that you do too or you wouldn't be here.
Glad to meet you.
Come chat with me in the forum Mrs Hudson's Kitchen.
And read my work and that of other mothers in the community I'll be mother!
I also have a dreamwidth account
and I am on AO3 as AlessNox
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I am an adult female who loves the series Sherlock.
ABOUT MY WORK
I love my stories, so if you like them too, tell me. I adore reviews, even negative ones.
I am open to having my work translated or turned into podfics. I think that it would be neat. (See policy below)
I have one work currently being translated.
The Russian translation of "Mycroft Confessions, Truth and Lies" can be found at
and one work "Adamant" that has been translated into Chinese:
(username: authors, password 123456789).
I also have made audiofics of my works "Haunting Molly", "The Potion", "Molly in Wonderland", and "The stranger and other drabbles"
They can be found at and/or .
I am a bit of a perfectionist. I write very fast and usually have typing and some grammatical errors. I try to go back later when I have time and fix them, but I will list them as complete before I finish proofreading. If I have proofread it and am fine with it, I will put an asterisk at the end of the description. If there is not one, it usually means that there is something about the work that I still am unhappy with.
Some of my works: Notably Moving, have an updated version on Archiveofourown.org website.
I give blanket permission to translate or podify any of my works, although I prefer that you only do the stories which already have an asterisk at the end. For the others, please ask first. The reason is that I don't feel like I've finished those yet, and they may have spelling or other errors. Even so, if the muse hits you, do what you want, but please tell me about it so that I can give it a listen and promote it.
My first fic was MOVING which I wrote to practice writing adult fiction (although I still fade to black for the most part), but because it was the first, I don't want to change it even though it has some imperfections.
Damaged, Underground Thoughts, and The Runaway Pact were written to answer readers questions such as who is Mary, what happens next, etc. It also was a chance to venture into drama, humor, and adventure genres.
I did a complete rewrite of the series on AO3 - Moving, Damaged, Runaway pt 1, Runaway pt 2, and Silent Night, Deadly night. Only the last of that series is posted here, so you will see continuity errors if you read them. I was trying to avoid double posting of stories. Sorry.
Mycroft confessions truth and lies, The other body, and Molly in wonderland were written to get out of the Johnlock jungle.
The Stranger was my first attempt at a 221B Drabble. To be weird, I made it a Sherlock/Sherlock story. Sorry.
Mending Icarus was a chance to study John Watson and have a bit of fun with his darkness without going too far out of cannon. I did a complete revision of the work making many changes and have released it as To Mend Icarus which I believe is much better.
Homeless Maddy was started to meet a challenge posted in the forum Mrs. Hudson's Kitchen, but I'm chuffed to bits with this story of the discontented masses.
Kept Maddy is a sequel to Homeless Maddy. I knew that Mycroft would never be content with letting a clue to Sherlock's location go. Not without investigating first. And of course, there was more for Maddy to do. This series was pre season 3 and so is inconsistent with current canon.
The other works are, in order, Mother Maddy, A Very Maddy Christmas, and Mad Times .
Meeting Victor was written to work on tone, setting, and mood. Also to introduce a very different version of Sherlock's other friend than I have ever read before.
I've been adding more works, small and large, in the hopes of perfecting the art of writing. Please toss me a comment from time to time so that I am not writing in a vacuum.
If I do succeed in moving you, please tell me because that's what I'm working for. I can't tell you how insanely pleased I am when I read reviews that show I made you care.
Thanks for reading my work.