Author has written 8 stories for X-Files, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, and Lord of the Flies.
UPDATE: Well, I've fianlly published a new story! It's called "Intimate Strangers", and its about the way CC and 1013 screwed up the characters of Mulder and Scully in the last season, and especially in "The Truth". I thought that really, the way Mulder and Scully were in that last episode, they would have had a hell of a time living together, on the lam, for years and years. This story is my little way of addressing and acknowledging these problems, and putting them back together again, as best I could. I hope you enjoy!
Stories Published-Further Descriptions:Intimate Strangers- An angsty, but ultimately hopeful, story dealing with the character flaws and changes that made the series' ending so improble, or at least so unlikely to be succesful. Mulder and Scully truly were different people by the end of the series, and, several years after The Truth, this tells the story of them confronting and, in a way, getting to know each other again.
Lee- A story about loss and letting go, it finds Mulder in Wyoming a year or so after The Truth, and tells of his painful encounter with the long-lost William.
Disciple- My first fanfic, and the first in the three-part series that initiated me into the world of fanfiction. It tells a 'What If?' story that diverges from cannon during the X-Files movie Fight the Future. It combines romantic angst with a suspenseful investigation story as Scully, Mulder anda cast of others work frantically to capture a serial murderer of children.
Canticle- The sequel to Disciple, set four years later. A (I hope) slightly more mature examination of grief and the victim, as well as taking a closer look at the long-term repercussions of violence. Also an investigation story, don't worry!
The River- An unfinished prequel to Disciple, still waiting in the wings for completion.
Ardet Evanescit- An early, angstyvignette about Mulder's decision to leave Scully and William in early Season Nine. A missing scene, almost, for Nothing Important Happened Today.