Author has written 10 stories for South Park.
My brain keeps saying, "If you've got an impulse let it out"
But the words never make it passed my mouth
My epic Creek drama, e86, is complete. DONE. Fini. There is nothing more to see here. Holy shit, after ten years, it is doooneeeee! Happy dance, guys!
For those here for Clear Skies, don't ask me who wins Tweek's feeble heart, because I do not know any more than you do. CSC is a stress relief fic that is pulled from thin air during every update - there is no organization, there is no end in sight, it's just for fun and fun I shall have.
For everyone here for IGB! Holy crap, I'm surprised how strong of reviews/followers/faves I still get for that story. It amazes me that ten years since completion, it is still my most traffic'd story. That people new into the fandom, a new generation, is torn between hating me and loving me for the end to that one. So thank you, old, new, and everything in between followers :)
Clear Skies, Captivated - Tweek/Christophe, Tweek/Craig; exploration of the dynamic between the Mole and Tweek
Kill You Me - Inbetween project to Expo; Mark/Simon; Break out, be social, break taboo and see what comes from it
Midnight Moon - Christophe/Kyle, oneshot; Chris' broken hearted drunk rationalizations
Expo '86 - Tweek/Craig, song inspired; deals with medication and the sideeffects over time, illegal drugs, teenager BS, alcohol, ec cetera
Opposites Attract - Kenny/Tweek, oneshot; Kenny's lamented life of longing for a twitchy little blonde
Turn Back Time - Christophe/Kyle, songbased, oneshot; Christophe plays the vicious game of love, what comes out of it?
Sparklers - Cartman's POV, a rather random little New Year special
Tell Her Tonight - Stan/Bebe, songbased, oneshot; It's Stan and Bebe's third anniversary and he gives her what any girl would die to have.
Outclause -Redgoth/Bertha, oneshot; pretty damn random and all over the place, Redgoth's turmoil over Bertha
I Go Back - Christophe/Kyle, songbased, multilength; deals with built up relationship, skanky bitches, death. Moral: 'Move on, dwelling isn't good'