Author has written 23 stories for Batman, DC Superheroes, Megamind, and Ninja Turtles.
Updated: January 24th, 2015
Thanks to all that have shown interest in my work. It is truly appreciated. I can't tell you the smile that comes to my face with every fav or review that comes through my mailbox.
I have a strong attachment to the Batman characters, particularly Joker and Harley Quinn, that borders on the disturbing. (I am also interested in plenty of other forms of geekdom, but rarely seem to have any interest in writing about them.) If you enjoy this particular ship as well, I recommend checking out the jokerxharley communities onand as well as .
Update: TURTLES! I haven't been in the TMNT fandom for absolute ages, decades really, but somehow I've found my way back there once again. I'm working on a story called Northampton Echoes, based in the 2012 series and dedicated to all things raphril. I feel a little guilty about it because this new obsession has caused me to pause in my work at my collab account with RisqueSno, including our story . If you've been following that story, bless you heart. I promise I'll get back around to it eventually because I love it dearly.
I've been at this for quite awhile now, albeit sporadically. Who knew I'd stick it out so long? I think I've grown a lot as a writer and it reflects in my later work. I still like my earlier stuff though and have considered updating them. However, I've thus far decided against it, as I think it's cheating in a way. Besides, it's only natural that someone gets better at something the more they do it and I like that it's reflected in my writing if you read my stories chronologically. There are a few things that I know I still need to work on, particularly adding details and setting, whereas I tend to focus solely on action and, even more so, dialogue, which y'all know I love. This is not out of laziness on my part. I honestly don't visualize it at all. I truly don't care where the characters I'm writing are. On one occasion, someone wanted to create some fanart for one of my stories and asked, "Ummm, but where are they exactly?" And I answered, "I have no idea, just make up any ol' thing that works for you." I recently finished a story that takes place in a college setting. My beta started asking me questions like, "Is it an old college? A new college? What?" And I replied, "Yes." This confused her so I elaborated that it didn't matter, either worked. This, however, isn't a very professional stance, so I'm going to try very hard to care about this and see if I can improve in this matter.
So far, my intent is not to post a story before it's completion. (If I divide a story into chapters, it's because it has natural break points.) This allows you, the reader, to know that when I begin something, it will be presented in its entirety within a reasonable amount of time. However, this also means there will be relatively large gaps in between my pieces. (Of course, any of this can change at a moments notice.) So, until I become bored with this, keep on the lookout true believers.
WIPs (with working titles and in no particular order):
Make a Wish - Who knew the Justice League was so boring?
Body Count - Does Harley's presence actually benefit Gotham?
What's in a Name - Harley's a difficult gal to shut up, but Joker has an ace up his sleeve.
Imagine Bumping Into You Today - He had not prepared himself for this moment, neither, for that matter, had she.
Old Friends - Pseudo-sequel to "Competition"
Smilex - There's a new designer drug in town.
Milk Run - Pretty much exactly what it sounds like.
A special thanks to TheMadPuppy for inspiring me and RisqueSno (my beta) for encouraging me...even if it does occasionally take a violent turn. ;) You guys are the bestest! (I recommend checking out their stuff. It's yummy!) I also highly recommend anything from princessebee because they are simply divine.
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Cover art for "The Aftermath", "Hibernation", and "It's the Thought that Counts" by:
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