Author has written 5 stories for Stargate: SG-1, Doctor Who, and Stargate: Atlantis.
I'm a 23 year old Australian male with an incurable addiction to science fiction.
I read. A lot. Constantly, in fact. I've read a vast selection of many books by authors like Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Stephen Baxter, Ben Bova, Greg Bear, David Brin, Peter F.Hamilton, Mathew Reilly and my current favourite, for quite some time now, Jim Butcher, whose work in the Dresden Files and the Codex Alera series' push the envelope of even my elastic imagination. Almost any author can imagine and write what most people want to read but it takes a very special, very talented author to write what people never thought that even their imaginations could behold - it's that extra something that changes writing into story telling and turns good stories into unforgettable ones.
My room features, rather prominently, an overburdened bookcase that is layered and encrusted with books of almost every fictional persuasion. Next to that bookcase, leaning precariously upon it, are tall piles of yet more books. To put it basically the library, and now too most book stores, are lacking in things for me to read so I turned to the talented masses... desperation makes people do strange things, huh?
I'm also madly addicted to science fiction movies and television shows. I came into existence in a pool of primordial Star Trek infused goo but have since slithered forth and begun walking upright into the world of fiction, evolving into a much more diversified creature, that sometimes passes for a human being under certain circumstances.
Indeed since then I have come to follow and greatly enjoy many different shows including, but not limited to the following (in no particular order):
Stargate SG-1, Chuck, Stargate Atlantis, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, House, Dexter, Pushing Daisies, John Doe, Dresden Files, Supernatural, Bones, CSI: Las Vegas, Psych, Burn Nptice, Highlander, Heroes, Merlin, Hogan's Heroes, The Mentalist, Eleventh Hour, X-Files, Early Edition, Leverage, Torchwood, Seven Days, Castle, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Law and Order: CI & SVU, MacGyver, Eureka, Red Dwarf, NCIS: Los Angeles, Numb3rs, Alias, Warehouse 13, White Collar and Legend of the Seeker.
Stargate is my drug, with little or no doubt in my mind that it is possibly the finest science fiction universe ever crafted. But between you me and everyone else with an Internet connection I'm rapidly becoming addicted to Doctor Who and Chuck. If it's Stargate, Doctor Who or Chuck my brain will soak it up like a sponge - from the epic to the minutiae. While creative with both thoughts and concepts for plots and stories I instead find myself reading everybody else's work instead of writing my own... on account of being the greatest procrastinator to ever meander upon the face of the Earth. If you should ever need a complex plot to go with your fluff or a whole story outline to write about just send me a message and I'll send you an obscenely long 'wish' list.
A long time ago I kept a list of the all the material I'd read here on FF Net... until one day it got to ridiculously large to maintain. Therefore, though prodigious in it's size, I am of the adamant opinion that the material in my favourite stories selection is of the finest quality there is available here on FF Net.
On another note I have come to have an abiding love/hate relationship with the Sci-Fi channel. Without their programming providing me with a steady stream of new science fiction I'd would quickly and irreversibly go completely insane, so I'm thankful for what I receive. Yet they feel it necessary to make up for all their good deeds by cancelling anything that shows promise or has dignity. Stargate SG-1 was one of the highest ratings collectors in the history of television, it's spin-off, Stargate Atlantis faired similarly and according to some market research had one of the largest download audiences in existence. I also enjoyed the television adaptation of the Dresden Files, even if they butchered it compared with the the books (no pun intended), and the Lost Room, which had a premise that could have created one of the best series the channel would have ever featured.
Though somewhat unusual for a recently-teenage male I'm a complete sap for romantic pairings in my fiction.
Unabashed and unapologetic 'shipper of the following: Sam/Jack OTP and Dan/Jan or Dan/Vala (Stargate SG-1), 10/Rose OTP (Doctor Who), Chuck/Sarah (Chuck), John/Elizabeth and Keller/McKay (Stargate Atlantis), Roslin/Adama and sort of Lee/Kara (Battlestar Galactica), House/Cuddy (House M.D.), Booth/Brennan (Bones), Ned/Chuck (Pushing Daisies), Harry/Murphy - TV and Books (Dresden Files), Mulder/Scully UST (X-Files), Jack/Gwen UST and Tosh/Owen (Torchwood), Tony/Kate and Gibbs/Jenny (NCIS), Larry/Megan and Charlie/Amita (Numb3rs), Doe/Avery (John Doe), Sydney/Vaughn (Alias) and sort of Jack/Allison (Eureka).
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