Author has written 41 stories for StarTrek: Enterprise, Murdoch Mysteries, and Star Wars Rebels.
University student. Avid art blogger and libertarian activist.
Star Trek: Enterprise was the first ST series I watched, and therefore will always be my first love. I can ship any pairing as long as the prose is written well enough. I'm also one of the few writers of RTP, but anyone can pick that pairing up if they so desire.
I do not claim ownership to the anything you recognize from canon. Only the original characters belong to me, and anyone may use them with my expressed consent.
Original Characters from SWR Series
Saneetra Billaba: A childhood friend of Kanan. Sar Labooda's daughter, and Depa's niece. Moonlights as the New Seeker; wears the Lesser Mark of Illumination. Appears in Into the Endless Night and Through the Daybreak. (Fancast: Rashida Jones)
Lieutenant Mishala: The new Phoenix Six. Stationed to Chopper Base. Appears in Through the Daybreak.
Lieutenant Snayder: Another pilot stationed to Chopper Base. Appears in Through the Daybreak.
Original Characters from the Murdoch Mysteries Common Life AU Series
Felix Murdoch: William and Julia's adopted son, born in 1906. Lawyer, eventually married to Rose.
Violet Brackenreid (nee Crabtree): The eldest daughter of George and Emily. Born 1905. A doctor, married to John Brackenreid. (Fancast: Leighton Meester circa Gossip Girl era)
Rose Murdoch (nee Crabtree): Second oldest daughter. Mrs. Dewar's protegee that runs Bel-Air Books. (Fancast: silent film actress Lillian Gish)
Holly Higgins (nee Crabtree): The middle daughter. Married to Seth Higgins, works as a secretary. (Fancast: Elizabeth Taylor in National Velvet)
Sage Crabtree: The globe-trotting one, a shop girl. See About Sage. (Fancast: singer Alex Winston)
Aster Crabtree: The youngest, born 1914. See Revelation and Contention. (Fancast: young Mara Wilson)
Seth Higgins: Holly's husband, works as a barkeep but has aspirations of a jazz singer. Oft-mentioned sister is Beverly.
Original Characters from George and Emily Take St Louis
Detective Kidwell: Murdoch's counterpart in St. Louis. Often the foil to George's enthusiasm.
Anechka Kapralova: Emily's friend, a police portraitist. Parents are Pyotr and Nataliya.
Arthur Hampton: The fictional Vice Chancellor for Finance and Collegiate Development at Washington University.
Jonathan Larimore: A student of mathematics, marathon runner, fiance of Celia Vandeventer. Bookkeeper for Mr. Hampton.
Celia Vandeventer: A wealthy young heiress who meets her untimely demise.
Edward Vandeventer: Celia's younger brother, a student of business. Engaged to Evelyn Astor.
Henry Bergen and Elizabeth Vandeventer: The parents and proprietors of Vandeventer Place. Share names with historical people, but a few defining details have changed.
Marjorie Rockefeller: A socialite in Evelyn's circle.
Charlotte Cartier: Another friend of Evelyn, with a devastating secret.
Evelyn Astor: A new feature on the St. Louis social scene, but all is not what it seems.
Dr. Haynes: Emily's former instructor at medical college.
Original Characters from the Universe of Intertwining Destinies
Charles Tucker IV: Hoshi Sato and Trip Tucker's eldest son, born 2162. Affectionately called Charlie. As of 2191, he was an alpha shift warp drive attendant on the USS Montana.
Erina Tucker: The eldest of the Sato-Tucker twins, born 2169. Employed as a civilian architect.
Akira Tucker: The younger twin, born 2169. Resides in Japan with his domestic partner Yasuhiro. Botanist by trade.
Meredith L'Nira Reed: Malcolm and T'Pol's oldest daughter, born 2165. A bit of a wild child; bestselling author and proud asexual. Lord of the Rings enthusiast. Named after Malcolm's grandmother and a childhood mentor of her mother's.
Matilda T'Mir Reed: The younger daughter. Born in 2168 under extenuating circumstances. Beta shift science officer aboard the USS Berlin. Completely deaf with a milder disposition than her sister.
Alyssa Mayweather: Daughter of Fiona McKenzie and Travis Mayweather, born 2166. Fleet pilot and navigator.
Wemel and Atara Phlox: Often mentioned wives of Phlox, third and first, respectively. Lenir is a co-husband.
Veran Phlox: Feezal and Phlox's youngest son. Physician aboard the USS Berlin, partner to Matilda and father to Asher.
Asher Phlox: Born spring 2192 on Denobula, the son of Veran and Matilda. First grandson of Malcolm and T'Pol.
Kazumi and Michio Sato: Parents of Hoshi. Often at odds with the elder Tuckers.
Ensign Adhira Mukherjee: Malcolm Reed's personal assistant.
Ivan Rostov: Son of Michael Rostov and Anna Hess.
Geret and Anrel: Members of Talla Shran's quad.
Matthew Harris: Son of you-know-who. SOLCOM Special Operations and Logistics.
Original Enterprise Characters Elsewhere
Crewman Andrew Galloway: The alpha shift steward, aspiring chef and former New Yorker. He's the one that's suffered through both Hoshi's wrath and the wrist nipples incident.
Miguel Morales: The jovial Spaniard quartermaster.
Laurent Moreau: The man formally known as Chef. His name says it all.
Sanet: Not an original in the conventional sense, but the arbitrary name given to T'Pol's father.
Administrator Havek: Deputy to V'Las, executive member of the High Command, father of Koss. He appears in Haven and Bostanai.
I've made frequent use of secondary characters, especially Michael Rostov, Lucia Rossi, Jacqueline Kelly, Anna Hess, and the dastardly Alessandro Masaro. Each one has a backstory, one that I am more than willing to share.
Haven, a rewrite of the episode Home, comes first. The sequel Bostanai throws the rule book out on The Forge, Awakening, and Kir'Shara. I have no plans for a third installment at the moment, but that could change.
Everything but the Armor is a companion piece to Intertwining Destinies.
My Musings On series takes an episode and tries to write as many pairings into it as possible. Eventually, there will be one for each season.
Everything else can stand alone. Happy reading!
Star Wars Rebels Series
Into the Endless Night was written as an immediate follow up to the season two finale. Through the Daybreak is the sequel.
Talk stands alone.
Murdoch Mysteries Series
Chronological order of stories in the Common Life AU series: Eternity, One Night Only; Midnight in a Perfect World; The Swinging Wedding Band; Three Anniversaries; A Foregoing Knowledge of a World Forever Changed; The View From Where We Are; Revelation and Contention; Of New Beginnings; About Sage; Coming of Age; Sweet Unrest; Beyond the Blue Horizon; and With Each Passing Day.
One Quiet Moment, Blessings as Impositions, Weary Grow the Way, and Dreams Worth Keeping are Brackenreid stories and can stand alone.
Letters from London and Letters from Toronto are Gemily companion pieces. When Standing Before An Open Door takes place between seasons 8 and 9.
My personal headcanons place Margaret eight years older than Thomas, and George four years older than Emily. William and Julia are less than a year apart in age.
Master of Tides is a 17th century privateering AU set in the Caribbean, and Mistress of Discord is its sequel.
George and Emily Take St. Louis is a story about the 1904 World's Fair.
I am a Jilliam, MTB, and Gemily shipper. I'll hold out for Riggins until canon proves otherwise!