Author has written 56 stories for South Park, StarTrek: Voyager, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Casablanca, StarTrek: The Next Generation, Parodies and Spoofs, Moby Dick, Your Highness, Rango, Misc. Movies, StarTrek: Deep Space Nine, William Gibson, StarTrek: The Original Series, Muppet Show, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Spaceballs, Reservoir Dogs, Big Lebowski, Family Guy, StarTrek: Other, and Con Air.
ABOUT THE CHEESE:
Who Writes This Crap?
I won't give out my name or location. But I'll readily admit that I'm a female, under-accomplished college graduate in my twenties. I write my fan-fiction from a studio apartment, that I pay for with a minimum-wage job; typical for a fan-fiction addict (I assume). I have delusions about someday publishing original writing, but my dreams don't have a deadline. After writing my other passion is drawing.
So far most of my fics focus on "Star Trek: Voyager." I've been a fan for over a decade, and know the show like the back of my hand. In addition, it's the type of story that opens all kind of doors for fan-fictions: different directions the story could've taken, plot holes that need filling, and great characters who didn't show up enough.
Other fandoms: "Harry Potter," "Star Wars," "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," "South Park," various noir films (particularly ones with Peter Lorre), and various obscure shows and movies.
Interests/Hobbies: Stories, parodies, drawing, cats, astronomy, psychology, dreams, history, minority cultures and religions, Peter Lorre, food, and coffee.
THEMES/FOCUSES YOU'LL FIND:
Filling Plot Holes:
How did Seven and Chakotay begin dating? Where was Naomi Wildman during "The Killing Game?" Why did B'Elanna act so un-Klingon in Season 2? Is it sad that all of these gaping plot-holes are coming from one show? Not for people who like to come up with the answers on their own!
Unusual (i.e. interesting) Romances:
I despise "love at first sight," and I love it when the sidekick gets the girl. I was rooting for Ron and Hermione since book one; I'll take McSpock over Spirk any day; and I think an ex-Maquis and an ex-drone make an infinitely more interesting couple than an ex-Maquis and a generic Starfleet captain. Whether it's slap-slap-kiss, May-December-romance, homosexual couples, or just two eccentric people finding each other, I'll take anything over the typical fairytale romance.
A lot of sagas (like "Harry Potter" and "Star Trek: Voyager") could have gone in a hundred different directions. I love "Voyager" as it is, but I also love to explore the other possibilities.
I like to give fics to obscure movies and books. I like to put very minor characters in the spotlight, or at least supporting ones. And I like to represent minority cultures that often go snubbed on TV. (Five "Star Trek" series and not a single Muslim, Jew, Romani person, or Native American from a tribe that actually exists? I'll see what I can do...)
Do I need to back this up?
CONTRIBUTES TO FAN-FICTION:
To hell with modesty, it's time to brag.
South Park Pairings:
I first wrote "Love or Infatuation" at a time when there were no Kenny/Christophe or Kevin/Shelly stories on this site. (I took the story down once to re-edit, so the date it's "published" is misleading.) I believe I at least helped in creating these two pairings. Don't expect the story to be anything golden though.
Fleshing out minor characters on "Voyager:"
You see a fic where Ensign Jenkins' first name is Amelia, the Maquis Vulcan is named T'Vora, and Crewman Jor is a half-Betazoid named Marina? Yep, all originated from Yours Truly. Special thanks to Cojack and Scifiromance for supporting me in these ideas.
Representing Neglected Sagas:
To date, I am the only person on the entire internet to write fan-fiction for the epic fantasy masterpiece "The Lord of the G-Strings." However, the general populace does not seem particularly impressed by this grand accomplishment.
The Bond: "Another fascinating ride through your imagination."
A Voyage With the Family Guy: "It was so like Family Guy's sense of humour at several points I thought it was a Family Guy writer who wrote it."
Fairest in the Universe: "For pure entertainment's sake, this story veered in the direction of unexpected gold as you've gathered momentum. There is humor of more unique caliber than most could craft of a few levels residing here."
All Those Poor Devils: "Sophie (not her real name!) is well-developed, a woman in trouble, a woman of resources, and a woman I care reading about."
Bargaining Chips: "What the hell were you on?"
Love or Infatuation: "I have no idea wtf is the plot...this is more f*cked than 'Pulp Fiction' and 'The Breakfast Club.'" (Review on first post of the story, no longer visible after the story's re-post.)
Punch Drunk: "This is f*cked up on differing levels but it's f*cking hawt!"
Restore My Virginity (And My Windshield): "I'm not sure if I'm glad that I read this or not. I certainly won't ever look at packing the car boot the same way ever again..."
...and finally, SHIPS I SUPPORT:
This concludes the profile of the Cheshire Cheese. May the Schwartz be with you.
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