Author has written 21 stories for Teen Titans, Supernatural, Doctor Who, Jurassic Park, Avengers, X-Men, and Avengers.
So much has changed in the last few years!
I've really been blessed to have worked with some great writers the last little while, particularly Canucklehead Cowgirl, who has launched an entire universe with me based on Marvel comics where we fix what's wrong with comics and also make our crackships happen, yay!
In 2015-16, I also had the chance to be part of a collaboration that you should totally read called In the End You Always Kneel that's Hunger Games/Marvel. It was a blast to be part of! The sequel, When Blood Calls For Blood, just went live at the end of May 2017. Nickenny, who had been leading the charge, had to step back for personal reasons and asked me and CC to take over the fic, so we did. We couldn't just leave all our new writer friends hanging!
At the end of 2016, after ITEYAK ended, CC and I (and a few others) decided to play in that Marvel/Hunger Games universe a little more, since the ending was not at all what we had expected and we had all these IDEAS that we just couldn't let go to waste. So... we're writing a whole new universe there, too. This one's the 867 universe, the first part of which is called There Will Be No Kneeling. Despite the fact that we're taking over the "main" story now, this will keep going, because darnit, we like our Marvel-only story :P (UPDATE: Now, the sequel is up: The End of Childish Games.)
If you want to follow me on tumblr, I'm magnetocerebro. If you want to read my Real Life books, they are called Lady Thief and Birthright Unknown. I also just released the first book of a series at the end of summer 2017. The series is called the "Halfsie" series, and the first book is called "Rebel Rendezvous."
The 714 Universe
So, as you know, Marvel has been screwing up some of its best characters lately. Also, Kate Bishop and Kurt Wagner are totally the best accidental crackship of all time. Therefore, CC and I are totally running with this thing.
Based heavily (but not TOO heavily, since Marvel has been stupid lately) on the 616 Marvel comics universe, the 714 is our attempt to give our characters the chance to be happy and to fix a lot of the things that are making them unhappy in the first place... and then to throw adventures and danger at them, because let's be real. They're superheroes.
Everything starts when Wolverine returns from the dead and runs into Kate Bishop, who invites herself along to his nonsense. Of course, no return from the dead would be complete for Wolverine without his best friend, Nightcrawler, and when Kurt and Kate hit it off, well, Logan's just glad to see his friend happy.
But things only get better (and sometimes worse) from there as these three settle into their lives at the Xavier Institute. There is romance. There is danger. There are aliens, robots, politicians, tracksuits, magic... you name it, they face it.
We're throwing everything the Marvel universe has got, and not just at our Golden Trio. Just you wait. We're going to make EVERYBODY happy. Only to do that, sometimes, you just have to get through a bad guy or ninety.
((This list is in reading order if you want to move chronologically.))
Set before most of the events of the 714, this is the story of how Scott Summers went from leader of the X-Men with Emma Frost to being engaged to a schoolteacher in Anchorage, Alaska, away from the superhero life.
(This can be read either before the rest of the 714 or before Volume 3, where Scott is reintroduced into the main story.)
In which our Golden Trio meets up and goes on an epic trip around the world, not only getting to know each other a little better (and setting off the best romance ever) but reintroducing Wolverine to the land of the living!
In which Kate Bishop finds out just what kind of insanity the X-Men have to deal with on a daily basis. Also, we introduce our second crackship, which totally, surprisingly, works.
In which Kate, Kurt, Logan, and Jubilee all get on board Noh-Varr's ship, the Marvel, for some adventures in space. And also there is Scott Summers. No, not the de-aged version from the current comics. Give us credit. This is the real deal.
In which Kate is accidentally turned into a four-and-a-half-year-old girl. It is pretty much the cutest thing of all time, and she instantly attaches to Wolverine, her new bodyguard.
In which Scott gets married, Noh's past comes back to bite him in a big way, Kate freaks out when she realizes she and Kurt have been together for a year, and a character from CC's 906 universe makes a debut!
In which Noh-Varr and Jubilee are loving the engaged life, but they're the only ones riding high as Scott's lifelong shadow, Logan and K's past tormentors, Kurt's family, and Kate's old archnemesis ALL want a piece of this cake. Our kids're gonna be busy...
After Jubilee and Noh-Varr get married (with a slight pause for intergalactic meddlers because honestly what X-Men wedding ever goes off without a hitch), K and Kate are facing the pressure to tie the knot with their guys. And you might be surprised who blinks first.
The Summers twins arrive, and with two weddings on the horizon, life seems pretty good... except for the fact that everyone wants to kill our favorite X-Men. But a new addition to the mansion might just help ease the damage of the attacks against the team.
There's a wedding scheduled for the end of the year, but the other wedding that's supposed to take place doesn't even have a solid date yet. Can Logan and K's friends convince them to finally tie the knot, or will they need a tiny, tiny push?
Now that Logan and K are married, it's time for Kate and Kurt to take their turn. But it turns out a few bad guys have decided to stick their noses into the newly-forming families, which is going to complicate things for the fledgling next generation.