Author has written 9 stories for CSI, Grimm, and X-Files.
Hey. I hate profiles where people somehow fail to write about themselves in a cogent manner without typos. It makes me insane. INSANE.
Umm, well, so a little bit about myself.
I'm a twenty-something ecologist, getting ready to go to grad school to earn a Ph.D. in said field. I like being a writer, though, and use fanfic to build my writing skills as well as indulge my creative side.
I heart CSI and X-Files, and have written X-Files fics under a different name. I don't think I will ever write or post anymore of those phile fics, though, because the show has been done to death, and I pretty much think it's impossible to write anything novel there.
As far as CSI goes, I'm only a true fan of the original. I've watched New York and actively disliked it. I watch Miami every now and then, and am usually fairly entertained, but it never grabs me. I think part of that is that I really hate Florida. No offense to any Floridians.
I'm a recently converted Nick/ Sara shipper. Snicker. Whatever. No, I think I'll just go with Nick/Sara. While I don't dislike GSR, I think it's highly improbable and I think Fox and Petersen have negative chemistry. I'm pretty much a Sara/ anyone-else-but-Grissom-and-now-Warrick shipper. I welcome any writeres to try and convince me otherwise with a well-written fic. I just haven't read anything where the relationship didn't seem forced and awkward.
Oddly though, personality-wise, I am most like Grissom, and I think if we had had a hypothetical lunch together we'd talk for hours about very nerdy things. We're definitely both INTP's on Meyer's Briggs personality test. So there may be the odd Griss fic every now and then.
Please comment! And review, especially about technical mistakes. Although I pretty much have it in my head about how a story is going to go, I do want to know if you enjoy what you read. To be honest, I probably won't accept advice about how a story "should" end. But it's nothing personal. I think sometimes for days or weeks about the next chapter, finding the right mood and music and events and drama- sometimes the next step doesn't feel like it comes from myself, but falls out as a natural progression of the characters lives. And I'm really protective and territorial about my writing. I want my stories to be distinctly "mine." Collaborations are a different story though, and if any writers out there are interested in hooking up to write a story, totally let me know.