Author has written 13 stories for Stargate: SG-1, and Supernatural.
As you can probably tell by now, I like writing fan-fiction for Stargate. It's my favorite TV show :)
The first story I've ever written for Stargate is 'You Can't Save Them All, Can You?', which is currently still in process. Writing it has been a good learning experience for me. My main focus is to always try to make the story about the team, with the 'guest characters', although an important part of the story, secondary to that. I've finally finished this story and now I know I need to completely re-do it :) But in all, it's still been a good learning experience for me.
'Daniel's Dangly Bits' was a great deal of fun to write. I could only imagine what was going on at the SGC when he arrived; all those thoughts and rumors flying and whatnot :) As for the title, I remember reading a Con report (I think) a while ago where Michael Shanks explains why in the episode 'The Light' they dressed a dying Daniel completely before carrying him through the stargate back to the planet. He made a crack about how nobody wanted to see Michael's dangly bits. So, thanks Mr. Shanks, for the thought and title! LOL!
'Threads - The Missing String' was something I felt I had to write. The way the scene played out on TV just seemed so...wrong. Like there was something missing that we couldn't see. To me, if a woman was going to confess her love for the man of her dreams, she would not start the conversation off by mentioning her wedding, to another man, and how she felt it would be a big mistake. And as for Kerry...I don't see how she would come to the conclusion that Sam was the one issue she couldn't 'love' with; there just wasn't enough time or material for her to think that.