Author has written 14 stories for Tale Spin, Sherlock Holmes, Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers, DarkWing Duck, Beetlejuice, SWAT Kats, Labyrinth, Fairly OddParents, Hey Arnold, Pet Shop of Horrors, and StarTrek: Voyager.
Holy mackerels from space! I edited and added to Elysium. It should make more sense now, if not, eh, tell me.
I did it! I updated Morphine, and I'm beyond excited to say there is a lot more where that came from. :D
About My Stories
Morphine- This tale is still my baby, and because of that I haven't made myself sit down and even write a short blurb. I'm scared I'll ruin it. I WILL finish it one day; I have the ending already, have for a while. I simply need to get from here to there.
The Stolen Child- Listed as complete, but updated when the plot bunnies strike. Think of the chapters as episodes, each can stand on its own and like in television it could end at any time. It's a look into the life of Timmy Turner as I would write it.
Wandering Tales- Petshop of Horrors shorts the first six of which are primarily under 300 words each and written for the PSoH Drabble community on live journal. Listed as complete; most likely will be updated at some point.
All other stories are complete as is with (mostly) no chance of future updates or changes.
About Favourites List: I weed it out from time to time. My intent is to have a list that will knock your socks off.
I alternate between British and American spelling, sometimes on purpose, sometimes not, it depends which version I learned to spell first and if I've remembered to check the set language.
I have a bad habit of not reviewing stories I find mediocre, because I rather say nothing at all than write out "good job" in all its various forms, belittling when I do say it.
I also have a bad habit of not reviewing if I'm reading late at night. It has nothing to do with the content and everything to do with the fact I can't string two words together properly.
If I do leave you a "good job" review, I mean it.
I don't ever intend my reviews to come across as personal attacks, I'm just blunt.
If I'm watching your story and not leaving reviews it doesn't mean I find it mediocre; I don't see the point of reviewing every chapter.
Very rarely, I will read and keep up with a story that I won't ever get around to putting on alert.
I believe that if a story made you think it doesn't matter if you liked it or not because either way it had an impact.
If I think a story has gone past the natural ending I will stop reading it. There is such a thing as too much.
I will answer any question you ask me, only you might not like my answer.
It's not romantic, but I think Magica DeSpell and Scrooge McDuck have a very passionate, very volatile friendship with sexual tension in the undertones. I'm not talking just the cartoon.
My favorite characters to read and write about are Darkwing Duck and Negaduck. I find their duality, and fact they're the same person fascinating to no end.
My OTP is Miss Piggy & Kermit.
Favorite fictional Britons: Sherlock Holmes, the Fourth Doctor, & Severus Snape.
Favorite non-fictional Britons: Alan Rickman, David Bowie, & Tom Ellis.
McNarin is not just a pen-name, it's a variant of a family name, Nairn.
I'm a Scottish Californian, and to me real men wear kilts.
Dr. Egon Spengler was my childhood crush (who am I kidding, he still is).
Chris Carter said, ". . . the best kind of sexual tension for me is when you put a smart man and a smart woman in a room. You've got immediate sexual tension, no matter if it's romantic."
"If you don't think, then you shouldn't talk." The Mad Hatter; Lewis Carroll
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