Author has written 17 stories for NCIS, and Numb3rs.
I'm also on Fictionpress, AO3, Deviantart and tumblr, with the same username.
I want to thank you all for your favs and reviews; I love reading them. Favorites and reviews are a fanfic writer's only real reward and they motivate the author to keep updating and sharing new stories. No, I do NOT write slash or sex scenes. I don't hate romance, but I'm more of a friendship (mainly bromance) kind of girl and I love stories about parent/child and sibling relationships.
Fanfics that I love to both read and write:
NCIS: If it's not Tony, I don't care about it. Ziva/Tiva, McGee, Abby, Mike Franks, Senior and Gibbs fans beware. Especially Ziva/Tiva fans. These stories might not be for you. Ducky had his moments. Palmer is ok. Tom Morrow was the best Director. McGee shouldn't have become a permanent team member. Ziva should've been left in Israel. Kate was annoying, but interesting. Vivian had issues, but could've been interesting. I hate Gibbs, the bully, as the boss. To me, Gibbs is around the same age as the actor. After all the overuse, he's become boring. I love the idea of what Gibbs and his friendship with Tony could've been. If I write Gibbs, he's one of 3 versions: the not-a-good-guy canon version, the sort-of-canon version who is gruff but not entirely bad, or the fantasy version where Gibbs may still be Gibbs, but he's much nicer. I don't think Tony is perfect, but he makes up for any mistakes he may or may not make, unlike the people around him. I don't ship anyone. The show has been officially dead to me since MW left the show, but in many ways it's been over since around S6-7.
Numb3rs: I love almost anything and everything Charlie. I love and adore Charlie and Don's relationship so much, and I'm sad we didn't get more of it. They're my favorite TV brothers. I prefer the first few seasons and lament over all the shamefully wasted opportunities that could've been explored and used to make the show even better and richer. Not a fan of Amita. I ship and adore Megan and Larry. I hate how some people act like Don is a saint who can do no wrong, while Charlie is the "bad" brother. If you really want to blame anyone, blame the circumstances.
Suits: It's all about Mike, the only thing I care about on the show I don't even like. Also, Mike and Harvey's friendship. Without them, the very foundation, there is no show. I heavily dislike Rachel and even more the relationship between her and Mike, which to me always felt "plastic", unnatural, out of place. I don't ship Donna with Harvey, mainly because of the way that relationship was built.
The Musketeers (BBC): d’Artagnan will always be my favorite. Aramis and Porthos are fun too on their own, but I prefer the friendship between d’Artagnan and Athos. The show itself isn't my favorite version by any means, but fanfiction more than makes up for what the show doesn't have. I don't ship anyone; Sylvie, the worst of them all. Season 3 didn't happen.
Tintin: Grew up reading the comics and watching the TV series. The comics still are the best thing out of all the versions, although I loved the movie.
Bonanza: I'm so glad there's a website full of nothing but Bonanza fics or I would've never found my love for it. For me it's all about Little Joe. I would so love to write for this, but I'm not confident I can pull it off.
Spider-Man/Iron Man: This one is strange since I'm not a fan of superheroes, but as a kid I used to watch cartoons and shows about Superman, Batman and Spider-Man. I loved Maguire's Spider-Man movies and I loved the Iron Man movie. Then came the Avengers, and more, and somewhere I got so sick of it all. I recently, finally, watched Garfield's Spider-Man movies and I love them. Sadly, I'm not a fan of Holland's version, partly because of the world and people around him. All that said, it's thanks to his Spidey that people wrote Spider-Man and Iron Man father-son stories, which I fell in love with (even if, I hate to say, I didn't see that in canon, when I tried to see if it's true. I still love the idea of it). It's what lured me into the fandom.