Author has written 43 stories for Artemis Fowl, Harry Potter, StarTrek: Enterprise, Avatar: Last Airbender, Enchanted, Neverwinter Nights, Dragon Age, Hercules, Fable, and Mass Effect.
It appears I haven't updated this bio since 2008. Oops.
I have been writing fanfiction for ten years now, starting in Star Wars, moving onto Sailor Moon (which was never posted) and Harry Potter (wherein I committed more Mary Sues than really ought to be allowed one person, let alone one person within one fandom). After determining that I couldn't write fanfiction for LOTR to save my life, I discovered the Artemis Fowl fandom, and wrote my first really long fanfic, which yes, is incomplete, although my beta keeps telling me I should post the ending that I have written. In 2005 I discovered Avatar: The Last Airbender, and I've been a stalwart member of the fandom and of the good ship Zutara ever since then. I have a good deal more pre-season-3 fic that I posted to the Zutara Livejournal community which I might post here.
I am available to beta, though I'm also working full-time and so the number of projects I can take on is limited. All of my fanfiction, for quite some time now, has been betaed by the loverly and talented Quark, who is so awesome she's getting a shout-out here in my profile.
I've never been one for updating regularly, but that's because I've never finished a fic before posting it. I'm trying to work on that. From now on, when I post something new, it will be COMPLETED. This is to save my readers a lot of pain.
Currently, I'm writing Dragon Age fanfiction whenever the mood strikes. I have half-finished Jade Empire, Fable, Suite Life of Zach and Cody, Neverwinter Nights 2, and Chuck fic sitting around my hard drive, and I have (perhaps to my everlasting shame) plotted a Glee fic or two as well. Honestly, though, I can't really predict what fandom is going to leave a plot bunny at my desk. I mostly write character pieces, "missing moments" or "what if" ficlets that let me explore how I think a character ticks or the significance of a scene through fanfic.
The inspiration for the story "from order, chaos" comes from this fanart: Megara: She Needs a Gyro by steevinlove at DeviantArt.
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