Author has written 26 stories for Secret Saturdays, Sonic the Hedgehog, Doctor Who, Misc. Cartoons, Legends of Tomorrow, Flash, and Misc. Tv Shows.
Everything except the Secret Saturdays fics is (thus far) also uploaded over at sidequestpubs on deviantArt
Not to mention making other edits. I've a few story elements that, shall we say, "sounded like a good idea at the time," but the more I distance myself from the stories, the more I dislike certain parts.
And finally, I will, eventually, attempt to draw up some of the scenes from any of the series/stories. Something to use as chapter images (on deviantArt) or "book covers" (on here) perhaps? But I'm currently interested in what my readers might dream up.
Now back to your regularly scheduled rambling. ;)
Introduction to FanFiction.net
I technically started on here because I was looking up a fellow classmate.
Then I started work on a Pokemon fic. That went nowhere after two chapters, and I eventually took it down. It still plays in the back of my head now and again. I might give it another go some day, but for now, it's just shoved to the side.
Then I started with the Secret Saturdays. I began with a one-shot, Waking Nightmare, which was only meant to test the waters and introduce one of my conspiracy theories. I'll eventually work it into a later part of one of the longer stories...once those longer stories reach that point.
I originally had about umpteen-trillion things (or so it seems) I wanted to try that were supposed to take place after the show was over. But these stories tended to rely on situations from (at the time) recent episodes. I found myself changing the stories quite frequently to take new episodes into account.
Then I started my Master's Degree, and Ships in the Night went on a long hiatus.
I switched to a new story, figuring that Ultimate Heist would be much shorter, and that I could still work on it even during my degree.
Sonic the Hedgehog
NaNoWriMo 2010 began, and I switched gears again.
My first Sonic the Hedgehog fiction, Spectres of the Past, played a crucial part in my word count, and will play a role in the finished product--once I edit it for copyright purposes, of course--and other than focusing on classes, I simply haven't dropped that project.
Then I wrote another one shot, Self Reliance, that was only meant as a gag, and that I'd like to draw up as a comic for my deviantArt account... assuming I ever get around to practicing enough to manage something worth drawing.
In May of 2011, I had an odd dream that prompted the story now known as Forgotten War.
Then I dropped the fanfiction in favor of my final college courses. I hope to return to these projects soon.
In 2012, I started work on a set of loosely-connected Doctor Who fics, many of which I focused on when it came time for NaNoWriMo. I'd like to get these legitimately published, though I don't see that happening any time soon--I simply have no idea who to talk to for permission, and have little enough "reputation" as a writer to warrant getting that permission even if I knew who to ask.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
I'm also toying around with a handful of My Little Pony fics that I simply... haven't gotten around to posting to here. Three short fics can be found on deviantArt, detailing the events that dragged certain characters into the (yet to be written) longer main story.
DC Arrowverse--Flash, Legends, etc.
Late 2016, I finally caught up on Season One of Legends (and the first two seasons of Flash), and now I have assorted ramblings about Captain Cold. One of these ramblings might even be one of the rare "short" stories once I've finished it.
FYI, anything labeled as "DC Random" is either a deliberately short fic (exploring only one small aspect of what may eventually be a larger idea, or at least relate to one of my main fics) or is, well, a random fic that has little to do with anything else. Occasionally both. In the first case, these fics may eventually get renamed (dropping the "DC Random" label) if I find that small aspect building to a larger story than I anticipated--Flash Sideways, for instance, was originally a "random" story as it only existed to explore how Len's eidetic memory might affect things if history changed around him, and became less random as I started piling on the consequences. In the second case, OOC almost certainly will occur, as character behavior relates to situations explored in the longer fics but the "random" ones simply aren't meant to be long enough or detailed enough to explore the motivations behind that behavior. In other words, some characters might behave OOC by accident, but if your first instinct is to cry "out of character" in a short story or even in the first chapter, please consider the possibility that I might have something else planned that you just haven't seen yet.
And unless you're lurking over on deviantArt, you're now caught up with me.