Author has written 39 stories for Hogan's Heroes, Outsiders, Dukes of Hazzard, Stargate: Atlantis, Supernatural, Dresden Files, and Burn Notice.
You've probably stumbled upon me through one of my fics (good for you--hope you liked it) and now want to know where to send the tomatoes. Well, you've come to the right place--right across the street from me is the malfeasant responsible. Quick, get her!
Okay, seriously--I'm 24, with a degree in English and Latin from the University of Texas, and am currently working as a library assistant.
I tend to drift from fandom to fandom, which has led to a new policy that I do not post stories that have not been finished. If you see any that are incomplete, it is for one of two reasons. One, it's from before that policy (instituted as of 2008) or two, it is complete but I am posting in installments. If that's the case, the day I post new chapters should be in the summary.
As for writing, I tend to the humorous and vignettes because plot takes a long time and I am lazy. I do tend to be very strict on punctuation and grammar and expect others to show the same effort in their works. If I review your work, it means that you are very, very good, or that I feel you have the potential to be and I will generally include a few tips. I do not flame. If you feel that you have been flamed by me, then I apologize and ask you to reread the review in the spirit it was intended, which is constructive criticism. Every author wants to better their work and just because writing has been opened to the masses is no excuse for crying 'flame' every time someone doesn't stroke your ego enough. I occasionally offer to beta read. If you're interested, even if I didn't offer, please PM me and I'll be happy to look over it for you if I have the time, or at the very least send it back with a really great excuse.
Enough with the serious business--I write in tons of fandoms and am constantly expanding, mostly due to a short attention span. Read, enjoy, and maybe write a review. PLEASE point out mistakes, what you didn't like, etc. The only way I can fix them is to hear about them from readers. I'll love you for it, promise.