Author has written 9 stories for Immortals, Tamora Pierce, Song of the Lioness, and Doctor Who.
What can I say? I’m from Scotland in the UK, and I have very recently (finally) graduated from university. Aside from reading and writing, I listen to a lot of music, watch loads of rugby (think American football minus the padding and more violent), F1 and tennis, and vast quantities of comedy.
In terms of fandoms, I write mainly for Tamora Pierce. I am a rabid Daine/Numair shipper, because they have such a brilliant dynamic at every stage of their relationship, and I’m too scared to turn my hand to Alanna. I’m not sure if I can do her justice!
My one foray into Whoverse may or may not be repeated, but it was an awful lot of fun.
Love, Loss and Life is set almost immediately after RotG, and deals with Daine and Numair struggling to adapt to their new relationship, and the various not-so-natural disasters and beasties they face along the way. FINALLY FINISHED! Personally, I'm not so keen anymore, but we all have to start out somewhere, right?
The Awakening Trilogy is also complete! One Midnight in the Palace Gardens, Numair finds himself struggling to keep his feelings for Daine hidden. Set between the Prologue of RotG and Midsummer. Dawn sees the pair travelling through the Divine Realms, Numair straining harder to keep his feelings (and possible insanity) to himself, despite Broadfoot's best intentions. Daylight is set immediately after Daine's fall. All take place during RotG.
A Discovery of Brotherhood - Alanna wondering what makes a brother. It's not set at any point in particular, but is an overview of the relationship dynamic of Alanna and Numair.
Concealed is my very own epic AU! Daine and Numair are left to escape Carthak on their own, but not all goes quite to plan. On their return to Corus, they discover they aren't as safe as they'd hoped. The story takes off from somewhere roughly in the final chapters of EM and will probably finish around the same time as RotG.
Congeries: (n) a collection of objects or ideas. In other words, does exactly what it says on the tin. A collection of drabbles, ficlets and odd little pieces.
Trick of the Light - set during the months between Midwinter and Midsummer in RotG, Numair realises, with a little help from Daine, that the weeks of travelling and fighting are beginning to have an affect on him.
Oh, one more thing... if you're going to favourite my work, please, please, PLEASE can you review it too...I mean, you're already pressing the little button - a few more taps on your keyboard to let me know WHY you like it would be so very much appreciated. After all, it's the encouragement I get in reviews that makes me want to keep posting stuff here for others to read. Otherwise, it just gets buried somewhere in the deep, dark depths of my computer harddrive and likely never sees the light of day again... PLEASE :)
Hope you enjoy!