Author has written 5 stories for Teen Titans, and Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles.
I can't believe I'm just now getting around to this.
So anyway, long time reader, first time writer.
At the moment I'm writing almost exclusively in the TSCC fandom. I think all of the character's have so much potential to be fleshed out. Most of my stories revolve around John but he is the focus of Sarah and Cameron's lives so it isn't without reason. I tend to be very critical (hopefully not overly critical) of the character's actions in my stories. It's easy to write-off and excuse some of the things they do b/c humanity is at stake. But sometimes I like to take an action or an attitude/philosophy, follow that line of thinking to its conclusion, and make them face it.
Good Intentions (Formerly The Unvoiced, Formerly Echoes): The title is finally set. And I mean it this time! An ongoing Terminator SCC fanfic. This story will take place through various points of view. It takes place in season one, particularly during Vick's Chip. One key event unfolds differently and the repercussions can't be ignored. After that a new element in the war against the machines comes into play. They get a new target but are they ready to face it?
I've always felt that the way the Connors function will eventually blow up in their faces. They do the best they can but something's got to give.
There will be a lot of John/Cameron interaction, the good and the bad. But that won't be the driving force of the story. The entire group will be represented and I want to explore all of the group dynamics. This is my first attempt at more than a one-shot so I don't know how it will evolve.
The Art of Self-Deception: A one-shot written for the Sarah Connor Society Fan Fiction Challenge. Turned out it won! It was kind of rushed and I think I might have to rework it later. Still I've gone ahead and posted it here.
Some Assembly Required: (Formerly The Making of a Savior) A one-shot from Cameron's perspective. It details her relationship with John, both Johns. Like John/Cameron? You should read it. Don't like John/Cameron? You should definitely read it. Confused? Good.
I always appreciate constructive criticism. I don't expect my opinions to be the most popular and I respect everyone's right to disagree.