Author has written 2 stories for Sherlock, and South Park.
Current Projects: novel, "The Universe of Pen: An Improbably Fun Journey". Nearly complete. Can be read on my WritersCafe account, ReesePHolmes.
My Other Creations:
The human mind is the most fascinating thing in the world to me.
Boredom is my kryptonite.
I'm a professional portraitist, comic book artist, figure artist, character designer, plot designer, a hobbyist clay artist, blogger, lecturer, debator, philosopher, psychology geek, cultural anthropology appreciator, and computer nerd.
Though not new to fanfiction, I am new to novel writing. My usual formats are essay writing and comic book writing. Thank you for your interest.
Random fanfic facts:
Not usually a big fan of romance, but it's so prolific that most of my favorite works contain romance. I like slash when it's well written and can be explained (my favorite being Holmes/Watson). I'm really picky; I like proper use of grammar and canon-character depictions. I hate crack slash, crack in general, and most AU. I'm also usually not a fan of crossovers.
Favorite fandoms: Avatar the Last Airbender, South Park, Sherlock BBC and the classic Sherlock Holmes short stories, Doctor Who (4th and 10th doctors), Gundam Wing, D. Gray Man manga, Kuroshitsuji manga.
It is my personal belief that fanfiction is immensely useful to both the reader and the writer.
For the Writer:
1. Fully immersive exploration of the viewpoint created by another. You are literally stepping into someone else's project, and it helps you to broaden your own views.
2. Experiencing and practicing new writing styles.
For the Reader:
1. Seeing the fiction in a new light.
2. Enjoying new material, prolonging the freshness of the fiction.
Finally, the communication held between writer and reader is so close, and we gain a strong and tightly knit community based on mutual interests. Many writers gain stronger skills and even a fan base because of fanfiction. That is why I am here.
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