Author has written 11 stories for Stargate: SG-1, MacGyver, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Star Trek: 2009, Phantom of the Opera, Person of Interest, Lost, Hook, and Lazytown.
Enjoy what is here, look forward to what is coming.
I am very much an aurally-focused person, so my stories usually have a song or playlist associated with them. I think they provide insights into my work you might not see without the music.
For Ornithology, Finch's theme is The Cars' Just What I Needed, while Kat's themes are Austra's Lose It and Ladytron's Ambulances.
Siren is being written to a hefty rotation of neo-Celtic music, David Arkenstone, Clannad, and the soundtracks to Last of the Mohicans and Braveheart. Because that's what pirates listen to, right? Celtic-esque music?
For Convergence, my soundtrack is a baffling mix of folk music, including Gordon Lightfoot's Song for a Winter Night, I'm Not Sayin', and For Lovin' Me, and Peter, Paul, and Mary's versions of It Ain't Me Babe, and The Last Thing On My Mind. I'm not sure either Ben or Tristan appreciate my musical choices, but there you are. They do, for the record, also get a hefty dose of Muse's Madness, which probably gives you a much better idea of the trajectory of things.
Convergence is intended to have a flash-sideways companion piece, if I ever get that far. Titled Parallax, its only song is Damien Rice's My Favourite Faded Fantasy. (Convergence also has a bunch of personal headcanon sprinkled in, including prime-timeline Ben being just as much a doctor as Doctor Linus... If I ever feel like explaining that, you'll find it in my relatively-low-on-the-priorities-list prequel, Trajectory. Supposing it ever gets written, it also has its own song, Depeche Mode's Get the Balance Right.) Also, since I get to have a moment of unadulterated narcissism here, grab yourself a dictionary and find the definitions of Convergence, Parallax, and Trajectory, and enjoy the absolute peak of my titling brilliance.
I have been here for FIFTEEN YEARS. That means I'm old and surly, and I like constructive criticism. Nothing's more of a buzzkill than getting reviews that just say "Update!" I'd much rather know what you like/don't like/think I'm stupid for/etc. Also it means i’ve got my lifetime membership card to the nerd club. Having said that, I open at the close.
Enjoy what is here, and look forward to what is coming.