Author has written 51 stories for Angel, Forever Knight, Lois and Clark, Grey's Anatomy, and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer.
I work in IT, but writing has always been my secret love. My first fanfic was written for Star Wars, and I wrote it when I was in high school, however it will never see the light of day on this site because it was bad. Really, really bad. The first fanfic I wrote that was a good enough level of bad to share publicly was for Forever Knight. Since then, I've branched out and improved my writing as I've grown up. Or, well, I like to think that my writing has improved over the years :) Feedback helps me make improvements, and I thrive on constructive criticism, so please feel free to let me know whether you enjoyed or disliked my work and why.
Just a warning. I really like hurt/comfort stories. That's not to say I don't understand the value of fluff. I aim for balance in what I write. Most of my angsty stuff also contains generous helpings of fluff and humor. As much as I love catastrophe recovery, I also love lots of nurturing, porny goodness, and snuzzles.
1. All Along The Watchtower (GA) [epilogue remaining to write]
2. Switch (GA) [concluding story remaining to write]
3. Some Say in Ice (Angel/BtVS) [about four chapters remaining to write]
My personal favorites of the completed stories I've written:
Recover/Request/Reclaim/Recite - Bar none, the best thing I've ever written. I am so so proud of this, and it allowed me to bring back my favorite original character from Lightning Strikes Twice, Stewart. This series helped me worked through a lot, as well. Cathartic.
Lightning Strikes Twice - I think this is my most popular story. It's the first really huge project for GA that I completed.
Good Samaritan - my first story from an original character POV, and my first serious effort in experimenting with first person POVs. This was supposed to be a short story, but it turned into a novella somewhere along the way. Don't you love it when that happens?
A description of my writing, show-wise, from oldest to newest:
Forever Knight - These were all written back when I was still in high school, and I think it shows. I keep these posted for the sake of posterity, but that's about it.
Angel - These were all written when I was in college, and, again, I think it shows. They're better than my Forever Knight stories, at least :)
Lois and Clark - I think this was the first of what I call my modern writing style, and my first attempt at writing post-college. I was still working on and developing my style, but the leaps in quality weren't so drastic anymore. Waking a Miracle was a giant (literally) breakthrough for me, in that it proved to me that I have the staying power to write a novel. Good Samaritan proved to me that I can write an original character that isn't a one-dimensional throwaway or a Mary Sue.
Grey's Anatomy - My decade-long obsession. I'm a MerDer shipper through and through. In the very beginning, because the show tended to view him as an appendage of or foil for Meredith with very little depth, on top of a complete dearth of Derek-centric fics, my focus was born. While I do love Meredith, I feel the show explores her character enough on its own that I don't feel the need to write specifically Meredith-driven stories. Also, despite my love of hurt/comfort stories, doing bad things to Meredith makes me feel like I'm kicking a puppy, because Shonda messes with her enough already. My writing for this fandom is some of my best. There are several meaty, thoughtful stories that I'm very proud of.