Author has written 151 stories for G. I. Joe, Transformers/Beast Wars, Justice League, Teen Titans, X-Men: Evolution, M*A*S*H, Never Been Kissed, Hogan's Heroes, Breakfast Club, Power Rangers, A-Team, StarTrek: The Next Generation, Harry Potter, Batman the Animated Series, Doctor Who, Calvin & Hobbes, Sailor Moon, West Wing, Hetalia - Axis Powers, Ghost Busters (Real/Extreme), You're Under Arrest, Love Hina, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego, Ranma, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Megas XLR, Batman Beyond, Scooby Doo, Star Trek Online, Misc. Cartoons, Emergency, SWAT Kats, Monty Python, Reno 911, Star Wars, Zorro, Naruto, Smallville, StarTrek: Enterprise, Danny Phantom, SeaQuest, Life, Batman, Mission: Impossible, X-overs, Batman/Superman Adventures, Sledge Hammer!, Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Phantom.
As an author, I use an organic writing style which means I don't always know where a story will go, I let the story write itself. The drawback to this style is that without inspiration, there can sometimes be gaps between posting chapters - as I'm sure some readers have noticed - but it doesn't mean that I'm not working on the stories, merely that work is slow going. Things like deciding which of several different actions a character can take; choreographing action sequences so that they have a natural flow and not just a bunch of things lumped together; researching information on characters, places and events; these are all things that can slow down a story from the author's end, but they're also things that as the author I consider important to producing stories - even short character pieces - of acceptable quality.
I'm well aware that readers hear this from every author, and it probably applies to every author as well, but... REVIEW. While blatant flames, over-all ignorance and cries of 'this didn't happen in canon' are likely to get but a witty remark in reply, constructive criticism, saying what you as a reader liked or didn't like about a chapter or story, what you might like to see happen in the future - or not happen as the case may be - or even just asking for clarification if something confused you; they all help me as the author to produce a better story as it provides a different viewpoint other than my own and often will provide inspiration needed to advance the story.
While I freely admit I write for my enjoyment, knowing that others enjoy what I've created adds to that enjoyment, which helps me write more.
This year, A.D. 2014, I'm working on a special project to help me with my writing speed and frequency, along with my creativity; The '365 Project'.
The 365 Project is an experimental project, unconnected with my semi-regular bi-weekly updates, to write and post at least one short every day for the next year. They might range in size from drabbles of less than a thousand words to full stories of two or three thousand or more, I never know as they aren't planned ahead but are written and posted fully each day. They might be goofy silliness, sappy romance or depressing angst, I never know until I put fingers to keyboard and let the writing happen.
The 365 Project isn't limited to one fandom or anything, so the stories are spread across different fandoms, posted individually or in one-shot collections, a couple are even side-stories to larger 'normal' stories that I'm writing. Unfortunately, there's really no way to... for lack of a better term 'tag' stories as part of a series or collection, so really the only way to tell is by looking if a story (or side-story, or short/drabble) has the '365 Project' statement at the top of it.
Whether or not my ultimate goal of a short a day for a year can be reached, I don't know, but we'll see... This is the '365 Project'.
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