Author has written 21 stories for White Collar, Criminal Minds, Streets Of San Francisco, and CSI: Miami.
Welcome to my profile! I’m Daniela from Germany, and I’m not good at doing this. I never know what so say. I guess that’s why it took me over a year to finally put something about me on my profile page. Seeing that you’re here to get to know more about me I’ll try my best, so here it comes:
I discovered and fell in love with fanfiction about ten years ago through the show “Stargate SG-1”. This was also where I wrote my first piece for about a year later (which still isn’t posted anywhere, I hope I’ll get the courage to do it at one point). I didn’t really start writing though until seven years ago when a friend of mine encouraged me to try and do a story for “Criminal Minds”. Since then I’ve been writing more or less regularly.
My favorite genres - both to read and to write - are missing scenes and character studies. Basically my stories are about things I noticed while watching an episode. I’m also a hurt/comfort fan but I’m not comfortable yet to write that genre.
I’m currently posting both older and newer stories in no particular order. Apart from the fandoms I’ve been uploading fanfics for I also have some for other shows (“Due South” and “21 Jump Street”) that I might upload if I get the courage to do so.
I’m still more of a reader than a writer, so I don’t do as many stories as most writers here. I write as my muse tells me to, mostly when I catch something in a scene/episode. So pretty much all of my stories will be episode-related. I usually don't do prompts since I'm terrible at that. I have to find something in it that I wanna explore in order for it to work.
I’m a member of “Cable Car Chronicles”, a group of writers for “The Streets of San Francisco” under that pen name. Feel free to check out our stories.
My beta is the talented “1983Sarah” (check out her stories, she’s a great writer).
I also post my stories parallel to here on my Livejournal account which you can find here: purple-nights.livejournal.com
Here are the links for my song!fic stories:
"Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen."
"Better to write for yourself and have no public then to write for the public and have no self."