Author has written 9 stories for Stargate: SG-1, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Magnificent Seven, and Boondock Saints.
I want to tell you something Mark, something you do not yet know, that we K-PAXians have been around long enough to have discovered. The universe will expand, then it will collapse back on itself, then will expand again. It will repeat this process forever. What you don't you know is that when the universe expands again, everything will be as it is now. Whatever mistakes you make this time around, you will live through on your next pass. Every mistake you make, you will live through again, and again, forever. So my advice to you is to get it right this time around. Because this time... is all you have.
- Prot (K-PAX)
06/22/14 - I actually got chapter 26 of TSoTB posted. Wow. The end is nigh, as only the epilogue remains. I tried reposting the chapter as it wasn't showing updating properly, but it's still being weird. Hopefully it's just me.
I have to say, dealing with the fight was almost easier than dealing with the aftermath. It made me feel a little sorry for Kermit.
Also: I'm reworking the whole story because, let's face it, after so many years and changes in plot, it's messy and I'd like to streamline it at least a bit. So far I have chapters 1-7 done. There are likely to be some significant changes; they've already begun in chapter 6. Before that changes are mostly mild... unlikely to be noticed by most. I have *not* posted the altered chapters here, yet, though. Probably won't until I'm all done, just due to how the changes affect later chapters. It'll make the mess worse, if that's possible. lol
In other news: WOGR's third chapter is almost done, assuming I end up using it.
Time is a plaything for children and fools.
I hate when I decide to go back and read one of my fics from the beginning and am like "wth... I don't remember that" or "oh yeah, that's where I was going to go with this fic before I over-complicated it". Glad to see I pay so much attention to my own plots (a term I use loosely since they never seem very solid anyway).
Works in Progress:
memoria in aeterna - On Hold I can't believe this story has been drawn out for so long, except when I look at the writing itself. Then I can believe it, lol. I really just need to buck up and rewrite it all; until I do there won't be any updates. -sniffs cause Stargate was cancelled.-
The Seed of Their Beginning - Still progressing... down to the last chapter and an epilogue.
Set after the fourth season of KFTLC, I've made certain assumptions that will hold true for the story. I have also moved it into present day rather than when the series actually took place. This is done for more than convenience, although that is a factor. Also, for this story, I've pegged Peter's age at 31.
When Only Ghosts Remain - My first Magnificent Seven fic, which is set in the Old West. It deals with some dark subject matter, so be warned. (Yeah, I know TSoTB isn't exactly sunshine and rainbows but in many ways this is worse.)
Home Star - a short Vin-centric Magnificent Seven fic.
(Not really meant to go together, but take them as you will. Although I guess at this point I might actually say that The Hollowed Saints could be a prequel to cinerarium. I'm not sure these have much of a point, other than perhaps to myself. Regardless, I hope those who read these short fics enjoy them. At this point I have no plans to write anything longer strictly for BDS, but then you never know. And there is the chance the twins will show up in a crossover...)
The Hollowed Saints - Fourth ficlet and once more neither of the twins died, at least not physically.
cinerarium - My third story based on The Boondock Saints and finally neither of the twins died.
dying badly - Another short work based on The Boondock Saints. For all that I love the brothers, I keep killing them it seems. I think that may be saying something. I'm blaming the day for this one though.
incandescence - Just a short piece based on the movie The Boondock Saints. There is mention of character death, which makes this something of an abnormality in my writing. Life and the state of my mind are to blame for this, though I think my muse is guiltless this once.