Author has written 6 stories for Rurouni Kenshin, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Buffy X-overs, White Wolf, and Wheel of Time.
[Sometime in early 2004] I write too much. I don't get paid for it. I'm unproductive. I love every minute of it. I'm now 22, finishing up my senior year at the Ohio State University, majoring in medieval literature and international relations. I'm going to miss this place, but nevertheless, I'm moving on to study law at the University of Virginia this fall. I'm taking it as easy as possible, trying to enjoy being a college senior (you only get to do it once, after all), and get some writing done. I'm an absolute feedbackaholic, especially for reviews with some kind of constructive criticism or specific observations. I like most of the major WB shows (Buffy, Angel, Charmed, Roswell, Smallville, Gilmore Girls), Rurouni Kenshin (best anime series ever!), and fantasy (Tolkien, Rawling, Jordan, Eddings). I've started liking crossovers, too. (Shh! Don't tell anyone!) THE WRITER'S CREED: "The world is not formed of atoms. The world is formed of stories."
[6/10/11] I don't have the time to write as much as I once did, much as it grieves me to admit it. I love it as much as ever, and I still return to it when I can find the time; I find it cathartic after long days and weeks of analytical writing, which is a solid portion of what my career requires. I just looked back at my old profile and laughed, and it's such a fun historical artifact that I'm going to leave it up above, even though it's been seven years since I could say that I was 22. I still have ideas for where I could take my long-dormant BtVS/WoT crossover, "Caught in the Weavings of the Wheel," though several more books in the WoT series have been released since I began. The world of TV has moved on: Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and the Dresden Files have come and gone; Smallville (finally!) wrapped up; the Vampire Diaries, Nikita, Game of Thrones, and Eureka consume my TV attention now. New (or old) fantasy authors that have caught my attention in the intervening years include Jacqueline Carey, Jim Butcher, Kim Harrison, and Terry Goodkind. My belief in the writer's creed above, however, has endured the test of time unscathed.