Author has written 2 stories for JAG, Harry Potter, and NCIS.
I am a forty-something year old, female, South African fic reader mostly, although I have written (and aborted after a scant few chapters when I couldn't get the plot to work as I wanted or envisioned it to) a JAG/Bridget Jones's Diary Xover fic on the JAG shipper site at Yahoo.
I also wrote a oneshot JAG songfic - though I generally LOATHE songfics with a passion, because I hardly ever know the songs that they are based on - based on Alanis Morissette's song "Your house" (the hidden track on her wonderful CD 'Jagged little pill' - but the version on the original 'Jagged little pill' of that song is IMHO FAR better than the version that is on the acoustic 'Jagged little pill'). This oneshot is now loaded on this site at:
In retrospect, I'm convinced my aborted JAG/Bridget Jones's Diary Xover fic should also have been a oneshot, but maybe with a oneshot-length A/N.
I beta for fic authors on occasion.
I read JAG and Harry Potter. I started reading NCIS fics again (after stopping for a while) on 19 July 2008 and I beta mainly Harry Potter fics and I think one NCIS fic for an author or two (I think). My favourite pairings are Kibbs, Gabby, McAbby, McGiva, and though I haven't read any yet, I would probably like Fornell/whoever, as he should have someone, don't you think? I very rarely read anything with DiNozzo as a part of the pairing, as I find him so odious that I can't fathom how anybody would even GET into a pairing situation with him. Oh, and though they're scarcer even than hen's teeth, I like McKate fics too. I also like reading fics that has Jackie Vance, director Vance, Sarah McGee, Timothy McGee's little sister (from the season 4 ep 'Twisted sister'), Jethro (Tim McGee's dog) and Jackson Gibbs (el jefe's dad) and Tobias Fornell and little Emily Fornell in them. I occasionally check out the few Diana Gabaldon fics for updates and, since the second week of July 2008 or 2009 (when a South African satellite TV station started broadcasting some season 1 eps, which I got into to the extent of buying all seven seasons on DVD) West Wing fics as well. I started reading a very few selected CSI: NY fics in May 2016 after I realised just how much of the episodes of that show before season 7 I actually saw. I read and reviewed my first ever Criminal Minds fic in July 2016 after I realised that I'd seen so many episodes of that show (though no complete seasons or consecutive episodes) that I wouldn't be totally lost in that fandom. I've read and loved all of the eight current novels in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series and I've seen every episode of season 1. Nothing of season 2 yet, sadly, as of July 2016. I have thus read and reviewed a microscopically small amount of Outlander fics. I have read and reviewed all six the All Souls Trilogy fics on this site.
My favourite pairings in all of the other fandoms I read, are: West Wing - Jed/Abbey, Charlie/Zoey, Josh/Donna, Sam/Ainsley; JAG - Harm/Mac; Harry Potter - Harry/Hermione, Neville/Luna, Harry/Tonks, Remus/Tonks, George/Angelina, Fred/Alicia, Katie/Oliver, Sirius/Remus, quite a selection of the Harry harem fics and James/Lily.
I held off for the longest time from reading Bridget Jones's Diary fics (I LOVE all three of the books, but the first movie is IMO far better than the second one) and only started reading BJD fics (I ship Mark/Bridget) after reading some of the IMO uber-crappy columns that there were rumours the third movie was going to be based on.
NCIS fics I would LOVE to see written and that I would read are any and all with Holly Snow in it (I find her fascinating, though I have more or less the same ethical/moral/women's kind of issues as Abby did with what Ms. Snow did for a living before acquiring the monitoring device around her ankle).
Whenever I read HP fics, the mental pic I have of Albus Dumbledore is Richard Harris, unless it turns out to be a manipulative and still evil sort of Dumbledore, then the mental pic is Michael Gambon.
Just a quick note about my reviewing policy: If I start reading a fic and I hate it (for any possible number of reasons), I stop reading such a fic immediately, and leave quietly without leaving any review whatsoever and try not to read that author's work again. If I have left a review where I do not say what I like in a particular chapter and that maybe only contains spelling errors I have noticed, please believe me, I still like the whole of that chapter. It is just that nothing resonated amazingly strongly with me (or bugged the living daylights out of me) in that chapter. And another thing, I now (from 10 October 2010 onwards) do the quietly leaving thing in any and all of my fandoms if I start reading a fic and notice grammar and or spelling errors, and I am a copy editor for a South African daily newspaper by profession so I DO freaking notice! Oh, and authors who call me a schoolmarm and all other kinds of even ruder names for pointing out spelling and grammatical errors IN MY ACTUAL REVIEWS of fics, please take a dollar, a pound or whatever the currency is in your country and buy a freaking clue, won't you?! I do that for a living too and I am seriously good at my job.
I also seem to have a weird kind of obsessive compulsive thing about food in fics, in that I want as much detail about any food that gets mentioned. I suppose it is a bit like watching the cooking shows on Food Network: If the food mentioned has enough detail and seems appetising enough, I do not even have to eat! At first I was just like that over food mentioned in HP fics, but now it is all my fandoms.
And I have a total thing against any of my favourite characters in any and all of my fandoms getting or sleeping cold after a harrowing experience I had as an eight year old of having to sleep cold myself for four consecutive nights.
I have recently started reading a limited quantity of Pride and Prejudice fics, Elizabeth Bennet/Fitzwilliam Darcy pairing, obviously. I think it was one of the authors in this fandom that recommended to me Linda Berdoll's two published sequels to Pride and Prejudice. I had so much fun reading that. Thank you, to whoever it was that made that recommendation to me.
I am currently on (I think) book 16 of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, and they are the greatest fun. If I were Stephanie, I would have long since hurled out the window and into the parking lot those people who constantly break and enter into my apartment, except Ranger. I ship Stephanie/Ranger.