Author has written 252 stories for Smallville, Arrow, Flash, Batman, Person of Interest, Doctor Who, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Justice League, Gotham, Death Wish, Superman, Star Wars, Shooter, Avengers, Man From Snowy River, Legends of Tomorrow, James Bond, JAG, NCIS, Shadow, Last Man Standing, Batman Beyond, Veronica Mars, Elementary, Marvel, Sherlock, Teen Titans, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Fringe, Spider-Man, X-Men: The Movie, Red Dead Redemption, Daredevil, and Supergirl.
I’m a pretty laid-back type of person in general and prefer to enjoy life.
So, I’ve been writing for a long time, and have been publishing fan stories for the past eight years on this site and six years on A03.
For me I write fan fiction for something fun and because well that’s who I am. Note for fun, so while I can't delete signed in reviews on this site I can and will block if you I deem needed. For reasons I can either share or not since my choice. Same policy for deleting unwanted and toxic guest reviews as well.
Another thing about my writing I use depending on what type usually always has some semi realism in it and a dark tone is prevalent in all my works, mostly in my character’s actions. I don't really for having a high regard for boy scout types who are not willing to step up and get the job done with instead spending more time lecturing others from their moral high chair. I prefer writing anti-hero characters who have an understanding of the world that if certain dark and morally questionable actions are needed to save innocent lives then that's what they do. I understand this not everybody’s beliefs however this is what generally will be in my works.
On answering if I take requests? I've thought about this but after getting asked repeatedly by people on this site or Archive of Our Own for requests either in guest reviews or by signed in accounts who can't even bother to write themselves, no I do not take requests.
Unless I ask in a story don't send me what you want me to write. Write your own fan fiction story. When I first started I didn't go demand other people write what I wanted to see I wrote it myself. I have enough ideas of my own I'm trying to do.
Onto my shipping preferences I write pairings where the couple has something in common or at least a strong friendship, and certainly not one for writing abusive relationships portrayed positively like most entertainment these days. Oh the actors if in TV or film having good chemistry to is another factor.
For the top pairings that I use so what you will usually see in my works, with being subject to change, is:
Oliver Queen/Sara Lance or Oliver Queen/Nyssa al Ghul
Barry Allen/Caitlin Snow
Han Solo/Leia Organa
Luke Skywalker/Mara Jade
Timothy Drake/Rose Wilson
Terry McGinnis/Melanie Walker
Bruce Wayne/Selina Kyle
The Doctor/River Song
Harmon Rabb Jr./Meg Austin
Timothy McGee/Ziva David or Timothy McGee/Ellie Bishop
Pairings I dislike, are Barry/Iris, Oliver/Felicity, Clark/Lana, The Doctor/Rose Tyler, Bruce/Talia al Ghul, Harmon Rabb Jr./Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, Timothy Drake/Stephanie Brown and Tony/Ziva.
"Cause I think you should worry less about who you might offend and care more about who you might inspire."
by Mike Baxter from Last Man Standing.
"Who do you want to be? I mean, the answer actually isn't even important. It's the idea that we even have the right to ask the question. Who do we want to be? We don't need a birth-right. We don't need a family crest and we certainly don't need the king's damn permission! What we need is a fair and equal chance. The freedom to live our lives as we see fit and the confidence that that freedom cannot be taken away from us! That is our God-given right and I for one am willing to fight for it, willing to die for it. Independence, gentlemen. Independence."
by Sam Adams from Sons of Liberty.
"Good morning. [turns on mic] Good morning. In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world, and you will be launching the largest aerial battle in the history of mankind. [pauses] Mankind. That word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can't be consumed by our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common interests. Perhaps it's fate that today is the Fourth of July, and you will once again be fighting for our freedom. Not from tyranny, oppression, or persecution… but from annihilation. We're fighting for our right to live. To exist. And should we win the day, the Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day when the world declared in one voice: We will not go quietly into the night! We will not vanish without a fight! We're going to live on! We're going to survive! Today we celebrate our Independence Day!"
by President Thomas Whitmore from Independence Day film.