Author has written 17 stories for Harry Potter, CSI: New York, Bones, Castle, and NCIS.
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Please review my stories and give any constructive criticism, comments, complaints, whatevers. I appreciate all suggestions and hope that you will help me shape my writing. I've received some great responses. I get ridiculously excited to see that I've got another review.
Most importantly, the Ultimate Answer is 42.
Pas de Deux: My favorite oneshot yet. Incredibly sappy. If you read ANYTHING of mine, read this one. Please?
The One Up Series: Series set in motion because of mercy4vr's review for Always Bet on the Blues. So I owe you a big thank you, friend. I think it's going to be a series of competitions/one ups/weird oneshots between Danny and Lindsay. All independent of each other though. Prior to the whole "it's not you, it's me" speech.
1. Always Bet on the Blues: Fun little oneshot that came from nowhere. Love those. Danny and Flack get caught in a bet.
2. Rescuing Danny: Just a fun little oneshot that came to me in class. Danny needs rescuing from a lady. I'm not 100 percent sure about this fic, but it is what it is.
3. In Central Park: Those CSI's are in good shape, aren't they? Danny surprises Lindsay in the Park. Oneshot.
4. Playing the Game: Rock, Paper, Scissors DL = Fifth Grade. Add a Pool = PG-13. Oneshot.
5. Keeping Score: Danny, Lindsay, and friends play a friendly game of Football. How do Lindsay and Danny keep score? Oneshot.
My Forever: My first Bones Fic. Brennan takes an overseas assignment. Goes missing. How do Booth and friends react? Sappy, Angsty, Romantic! BB all the way. Partly told in flashback because it's more suspenseful, even though I don't usually like flashbacks. And I can't finish it. Multi-chapter stories aren't my thing, I guess.
Deviating from Normal: BB An almost in the Bonesiverse. BB take a break from their normal behaviour. Booth's attempt at a kiss. Oneshot.
I Love You 'Til the End: BB Booth offers comfort when a case hits Brennan hard. Song-fic-y, but not. Inspired by the Pogues' I Love You Til the End. Three-shot (is there a three shot?)
That Damn Line: Implied BB Booth's going a little crazy - and it's all his own making. Oneshot.
Finding Ginny's Diary: This one I wrote in about an hour, didn't really re-think this one too much. I'm a bit of a perfectionist, and yes there are spelling mistakes in it. (argh!) But, I'm pretty pleased. One reviewer thought that Ginny needed to respond at the end. I considered it and went back and forth for about a week trying to decide if I should stick with what was there. I can see how it is a bit unfullfilling, and I appreciate the honesty from Geoffrey (Thanks Geoffrey!). On the other hand, I thought the Diary entries pretty much spoke her response. But, meh... made a few changes and reposted.
The Second Prophecy: So this one was begun Pre-HBP, but takes place in their 7th year. Hope that makes sense. Therefore, I didn't intend to have any HBP spoilers, however, I have read HBP and there may be some that show up. For example. The Harry Ginny relationship. That was an accident. I was editing, and decided there needed to be more in one chapter, and that turned into a chapter and a half and an almost kiss. I didn't mean for them to get together, but lookit that: It happened. So I'm leaving it. There's also a few mistakes in this fic, one pointed out by a kindly reviewer, and one that I found on my own. I don't like mistakes (darn me) but as those chappies have already been posted... I'll leave it too. See if you can find them. If you see any more, let me know and it will give me a good laugh at myself. ON HIATUS DUE TO LACK OF CREATIVITY. Totally sucks. Anyone want to help??
Favorite quote at the moment: "No writing has any real value which is not the expression of genuine thought and feeling." Eleanor Roosevelt, 12/20/1939
and another: "Practically no one in the world is entirely bad or entirely good... motives are often more important than actions." Eleanor Roosevelt 1937
and: "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." Albert Einstein, Citizen of the world
one more for laughs: "I'm so smart, I'm practically retarded!" Mason, 'Dead Like Me', Showtime
updated Fall 2009