Author has written 6 stories for Forgotten Realms, Avatar: Last Airbender, Doctor Who, Dragon Age, and Misc. Books.
I've got some ambition to be a writer, but anybody who has that kind of aspiration has to find his voice, and this is where I'm looking. Just now, however, I'm a humble would-be paralegal with some free time on his hands.
Crimsonleaf Saga: I wrote this story in my younger days and honestly, I consider it truly horrendous writing. I leave it up mostly because it's the first story on this site that I finished and if nothing else, it might be worth reading for the entertainment value, that is to say, laughing at how bad it is. Someday I might return to Zak Crimsonleaf and the Forgotten Realms in another form.
Scorched Earth: Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of my favorite shows and a phenomenal experience. And like all good shows, movies, and books, it offers a vast and complex world for fanfiction writers to explore. So, this is my own take on what was going on in just a little of the behind-the-scenes world in the show.
Temple of the Spirit: This is a series of one-shots that I wrote in my spare time. It's unedited, so there are definitely some bad points about it, but it is what it is, and if I get any inspiration in the future, that's where it'll wind up.
Rendered to Dust: My current story, based off a wonderful little idea I had based on the joke from Dragon Age that Varric never answers his mail from Sebastian or the Dwarven Merchants' Guild. Suffice to say, that comes back to bite him in a big way. And as we all know, wierd things happen when Hawke is around to join in on the fun.
Scorched Earth is done and I am not rewriting it a fourth time. If I wrote any more on Stray Threads, sadly, I'd actually have to think about the plot, which defeats the point of it. For other Avatarverse plans, I've had an idea for a while for a story featuring Azula as the Avatar, tentatively titled Avatar of Ashes. Mostly it's because I'm quite fond of Azula's character, but maybe one day I'll get around to actually writing it. The necessary convolutions involved in the idea happening are challenging, as is the idea of her having anything to do with the forces of good.
I used to have a story on here set in the Elder Scrolls universe, but it never went anywhere. I'd like to try again, what with Skyrim having come out, as soon as I figure out a plot. It might feature Ulfric and Galmar in the Great War, or revisit the ruins of Morrowind. No concrete ideas on that currently.
I have a Mass Effect AU idea I'd love to get around to. I have the world built and the characters tweaked, I just need to get a plot together and then actually, y'know, write it out. Isn't that always the hard part?
Speaking of AUs, I have a Dragon Age: Origins AU idea as well, which could carry on to sequels. I only have a few plot ideas for that, but I really like them. Maybe one day I'll get around to it.