Author has written 22 stories for Star Fox, Fire Emblem, StarTrek: The Next Generation, StarTrek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: 2009, Elder Scroll series, Big Hero 6, Dota 2, Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: SG-1, The Santa Clause, Gravity Falls, Winnie the Pooh, and Doctor Who.
I love writing, mostly original fiction, but when I'm bored or sad I will often find myself writing fan-fiction, mostly about Stargate.
Currently working on (at a snail's pace) (in order of priority):
Drž Se, Miláčku. (Stargate: Atlantis family drama) Radek Zelenka learns his family back on Earth needs him. I like to think this story is just a relaxing read and the characters aren't too out-of-character if you squint a little. You know, suspend your disbelief. If you want an OC on Atlantis that tends to fail around rather than save the day, Anna might just be your girl! Also Dad-Radek. That's the content I'm on this planet for. (Currently, seriously who invited you in?) (Next time: I'm not proud...)
We Take Weekends Off. (Gravity Falls family drama) Basic idea is that the Pines family is having some money (and other) problems. We need to fix it before summer is over to save the rest of the summers. Doesn't really have a story yet, but I have several ideas for what I'm doing. (Currently on hold due to lack of solid story.)
A few things to know about me:
I have a very low tolerance for romance of any kind. That means I tend to write it really, really badly. Doesn't mean it doesn't turn up (because it's the easiest way to drum up some drama, you know?), but don't expect it to be good.
I will never have anything over PG-13 in my stories and that's a promise. Most times I will only barely brush that rating and stick around PG. The most you will find usually is obscenities as used in the source material (... mostly).
Bizarre crossovers are the best. You have Stargate/Fire Emblem crossover? Tell me, because I want more of that. And not just because I think John Sheppard would make a badass myrmidon.
I pretty much only fanfiction film, television, and games. I find fanfiction for books sort of strange because I'm pretty attuned to style and things like that. So it just strikes me as incredibly hard to read and write. This isn't an issue with visual media.
I literally could not care less about your political/moral/anything-else opinions. And I know no one else cares about mine. So why waste your time and mine by expounding upon them in my bio? You'll learn more than you ever wanted to know about me by reading my writing anyway.
God is good. Can I get an amen?