Author has written 46 stories for Sherlock, and Doctor Who.
Hello. This is BBCRULES. It's so great to share our imagination. When I write, I prefer strong family-love or friendship to slashes; I'd rather write non-antsy ones - our world is full of worries already, isn't it? I'd love to be happy here.
Well, writing stories makes me feel alive. Especially when my characterization or plotting is good, then it makes me very elated!
I don't mind spoilers:-) Still a few months to go until I will be able to watch the season 3. Waiting is tedious.
For me, as a native Korean, writing something in second language is more challenging - and I LOVE challenges. Readers, please give me better ideas in plotting, characterization, word choice, grammar, and etc... I welcome reviews, nitpickings, ideas and etc...
Disclamier: I don't own anything in principle.
I don't intend to insult any person or any institute.
THE LIST OF MY FAVORITE STORIES:-)
Viloin(Violin and Sherlock), A blissful moment, Sherlock Holmes Case File, Pop Tart, Burned in Hell, Eyes, Human Side, 26 wonders, Night of Blackout, and Gifts.
I hope one day I can write some cooler ones. Yey! I've archived more than 100,000 words as of 26th or 27th March, 2013. 100 days after I submitted my first story! A great feat!
Thank you for visiting my profile; I love you guys who read my stories, and especially those who leave a review or comment;)
Love you all.
p.s Yesterday is history and tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift; that's why it's called the present.
I tried Sherlock Character quiz of the above link and I am Sherlock Holmes. Am I elated? Definitely...
(Isn't he sociopath??? )
P.S Matt Smith is bowing out. Oh, No...He was my first doctor. I miss him and the Ponds already...
P.S I'm trying to have titles that start from A-z. Only four letters are left. J, K, Q, Z..., Hard letters:-(
Comments especially about character development, grammar mistakes, better word choice and etc. are very appreciated - PM me...
(Series I've been MAD at so far;)
ITV Broadchurch (A murder mystery that describes the broken lives of those who are left behind. plus 10th doc and Rory)
BBC Sherlock (The series is a god-send. My life can be divided into two: Before Sherlock and After Sherlock)
BBC Doctor who (trying to resist the temptation of being a whovian. Cool 10th and 11th docs... Cried over Amy Pond)--
SIGH, ... I've just become one of them. I love River and Amy, brilliant girls. My best companion is Donna.
West Wing (best TV drama of the U.S.: a good insight of politics)
Without a trace(Little violence with good story plot )
Cold case(a glimpse of recent U.S. and world history and society)
Psych (Shawn also has observation skills... I think I love the guys that observe...)
Friends (hiralious 6 members: I love all of them)
Harry Potter Series (I love Rowling! Book 1, 3, 7 are my favorites.)
Gone with the Wind
Hunger game series (Almost memeorized all. I love the courage of Katnip)
Almost all the court-related pieces by John Grisham (The Street Lawyer and the Rainmaker...)
Some pieces of the Agatha Christie
Some of the classics like Jane Eyre
Most of Mildred D. Taylor (racism)
Case Closed (now only about the black organization)
Yugioh (only the series one about Yugi and Yami)
I am legend
Sherlock Holmes case file (I've read translated versions when I was young. Now I am reading the original. Some words are definitely difficult as I am not familiar to 19th-20th century English. It makes me smile because I find so many references of the drama Sherlock from the original canon.)