Author has written 33 stories for Third Star, and Sherlock.
Gwen, between 20 and 30 years old, living somewhere in the countryside, amidst green fields and forests.
I adore my four-legged pet, enjoy both reading and writing and countless other things which tend to distract me from actually writing something.
Needless to say, I am obsessed with BBC's Sherlock, and The Lord of the Rings will always be a safe haven for me.
About my writing
I tend to write platonic friendship, not slash, and loads of hurt and hopefully comfort, sometimes enriched with a pinch of angst or humour.
Furthermore, I always try to have written at least half of what I am intending to publish before I do in fact publish, just to be sure that it will be finished and to prevent too long periods of waiting. (Which, unfortunately, doesn't always work out the way I want it to - real life doesn't leave too much time for writing, at the moment.)
A note on shipping
I don't consider myself a "traditional" Johnlock shipper. You will never see me denying that Sherlock absolutely loves John, that John is the most important person in Sherlock's life, and that you could even call John the love of Sherlock's life. Same goes for John, in my opinion, because they simply click, and because - although John is married now, has got a little family of his own - Sherlock always seems to come first for John, no matter how hard John is trying to deny it, or repress it.
The one thing that I don't see is the sex. Sherlock always strikes me as someone not interested in any kind of sexual relationship at all, and whereas I cannot not see his almost desperate longing for John at his side, my understanding of his character includes his asexuality.
One last thing: I don't own anything I'm writing about - I'm only toying around.
I've you've read all of this - congratulations!
And now, enjoy!
Future stories or: what I'm trying to work on at the moment ("trying" being the key information here, I'm afraid!)
A Sherlock sick!fic - a fill for a prompt Catie501 gave me ages ago.
A take on the aftermath of His Last Vow - a fill for a prompt by Anagogia in which there was no video of Moriarty and Sherlock did in fact leave for his exile.
A one-shot following the events of an older story (We Keep Falling), inspired by They-Want-Me-To-Tap-Dance.