Author has written 12 stories for Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: SG-1, Bones, Doctor Who, Big Time Rush, Avengers, and Musketeers.
Dear Fans, Readers & Reviewers,
Hello all! I hope y'all enjoy my writing and I'd like to extend my thanks to you even if you've never reviewed. Thank you despite. And now what you all have been waiting for... my profile, where you can get to know a lil' more 'bout me.
Location: New York City, New York (Doesn't that narrow it down for ya? I'm one of, what, approximately 8.275 million people... very helpful ain't it?)
I got inspired after reading this:
"I do not think that Mulder trusts any one other than Scully. He's very solitary. She is the only one who takes him seriously. I don t know if they're in love. In a way, their relationship is deeper than that, because they cannot live without each other."
So naturally, I started talking to myself, and then I realized, I had to write down what I'd just said because it perfectly described, not only Mulder and Scully's relationship, but Sam and Jack's as well.
And then I wanted to share it with the world, or at least a portion of it, namely, you, the ones who take the time to read the inane babbling that I do in my profile. Even if you don't know who Mulder or Scully, Sam or Jack are (which is beyond me, I mean, how could you not? Even in passing...), I would like you to take this quote under consideration, draw parallels between it and your life, your loves, your hobbies.
And spread the word because I think that the following quote is the single most wonderful thing that I have and ever will write. And so, without further adieu, here it is:
"It's not love... it's so much more than that. It's so much deeper, that no words exist to define it. And you can use the word "love" as many times as you want, but you'll still only be skipping stones on the lake of your feelings. It's only when you look into their eyes that you realize, in your head, in your heart, in your body and soul, that you are that stone. Only you've stopped skipping on the surface of the water and are finally falling, an irrecoverable treasure, into the depths of the lake."
Commentary #2: Webisodes are far too short in my opinion. Being that they are limited to only about half the time of an actual TV episode, there should be a fan-fiction section on this site especially for them. Or, at least, just one in particular: Amanda Tapping's Sanctuary, a fun, fascinating and mysterious new fantasy/sci-fi show.
There are some that say it's a waste of time. I say you should try at least two or three episodes before you jump to any hasty conclusions. You do have to pay for them, but it's worth it. So go to sanctuaryforall.com and check it out or you can see the first four episodes on youtube.
Link to the official website: http/sanctuaryforall.com/social_sanctuary/profile.php
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Commentary #4: Faves
Favorite Movies (In alphabetical order; haven't seen many)
1408 (cool movie; it was a bit obvious in the middle though, since nothin' is ever that easy)
Catwoman (It not like the traditional Catwoman you know from the comics; it's more like a legacy passed on from generation to generation...kinda like Buffy...only not. I think that's why most didn't like it; they were expecting the feline femme fatale from DC.)
Harry Potter (1 & 2; gotta say 3-5 weren't all that great, but the parts in four w/ David Tennant were absolutely brilliant!)
Lady In The Water
Pirates of the Caribbean (the trilogy)
Spiderman (the trilogy)
Stargate (Ahh...the movie that started it all; minus the funny lil quips from Jack & the 'sigh' gorgeous Michael Shanks...but I digress, after all if you check the International Movie Data Base website IMDB.com for those of you who don't know it there are 2 upcoming Stargate movies w/ the current cast, one of which includes O'Neill...that's right baby, Jack is back!)
Stargate: Ark of Truth (loved it; battle of the balloons... hee hee... watch it, you'll see)
The Phantom of the Opera
The Ring (1 & 2)
The Thomas Crown Affair
V for Vendetta
X-Men the trilogy; anxiously awaiting X-Men Origins: Wolverine (& eventually Magneto as the rumours say)
Favorite TV Shows (In alphabetical order)
Angel; Buffy, the Vampire Slayer; Charmed; Supernatural (pretty much all the supernatural fantasy shows that originated on the WB, currently the CW network; ahh, the classics)
Black Sash; MythQuest; Pepper Dennis; Standoff ; Tarzan; The Mountain; Young Blades (the shows that never had the chance to find their footing 'sigh')
Bones; Dollhouse; Fringe; House, M.D. (my FOX faves)
Doctor Who; Farscape; Mutant X; Stargate SG-1; Stargate: Atlantis; The X-Files; Torchwood (guess I have an affinity for Sci-Fi)
Flight 149 Down; Strange Days at Blake Holsey High (DiscoveryKids; it was a phase...but Strange Days was technically Sci-Fi after all...)
Hercules; Xena: The Warrior Princess (Greek mythology is cool...plus I'm Greek myself : )
Law and Order: SVU
Legend of the Seeker
Moonlight (Seriously the absolute best vampire show ever!)
The Beastmaster; The Lost World
The Relic Hunter
Anyone else notice my tendency to watch drama and/or action shows? And I think I have a thing for vampires and wormholes...
Most of the shows that I love have been put to rest, There's somewhat of a pattern to them cuz most only lasted an odd number of seasons.
Favorite Cartoons and/or Anime/Manga (In alphabetical order)
CardCaptors; Danny Phantom; Death Note; Full Metal Alchemist; Gentleman's Alliance Cross; Gravitation; Huntik; Immortal Rain; Kim Possible; Krypto, The Superdog; Loonatics Unleashed; Mew Mew Power; Monster Allergy; Pokemon; Shaman King; Static Shock; The Batman; The Emperor's New School; The Jackie Chan Adventures; The Legion of Superheroes; The Winx Club; X-Men: Evolution; YU-GI-OH!
Now for my favorite pairings!! I've recently turned into a Sheyla-shipper (still not quite sure how though...). Love Vala & Daniel (they're so cute together) but while Sam & Jack are okay, part of me agrees w/ Amanda Tapping on AOL's TV Tattler (and I quote):
A great big thanks to my friend, pzirah350872. Thank you, pzirah, you're the best computer ever!
Yes, I know, I've already lost it. Gone crazy. Nuts. Insane. Bonzo. No longer in possession of my faculties. Three fries short of a happy meal...WACKO! (Slightly alternate quote from season 4, episode 6 "Window of Opportunity" of Stargate SG-1 that pretty much sums me up! ; )
Okay... I'll stop rambling now. Later fans!
Always and Forever,
P.S. Add ons!
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On May 3, 1996, in he peaceful neighborhood of Stockton, California, 4-year-old Alice Michelle Spencer would experience her worst nightmares ever. That night, her mother tucked her into bed and plugged in her nightlight into the outlet near her bed. She then left for the airport with her husband leaving Alice Michelle alone. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer had expected a babysitter to arrive to watch over Alice Michelle while she was asleep.
A few hours later, she awoke to the sound of the living room stereo playing. She curiously got up from her bed and tip-toed to her living room to find everything turned off except for the 3-foot stereo operating mysteriously to radio music. Frightened, she ran to her sleeping babysitter in the guest room and woke hr up. The babysitter turned off the stereo and told her to stop playing with it and get back to bed. She obeyed and went back to bed.
The next night, her babysitter let her stay up with her after she refused to sleep. Alice Michelle stood in the computer room watching her babysitter chat on the computer, when suddenly a tall white translucent figure who had seemed to form from the window curtains next to the babysitter rushed toward Alice Michelle and violently knocked her to the ground in an instant. She cried in pain and terror, which made her babysitter jump and pick her up from the carpet. Alice Michelle told her a ghost had knocked her down, but being an unbeliever, the babysitter simply said, "There are no such thing as ghosts. Stop dreaming about these creatures and don't listen to anyone who speaks of these spooky ghosts. They are not real." She then tucked her in bed and said good-night. Alice Michelle never saw the figure again.
Because of her babysitter's prompt words, Alice Michelle never told them about what she experienced when they finally arrived home. A year later, the Spencer family moved and relocated to another city. Eight years from then, it was reported that the spirit of a woman existed in the same house and roamed around at night frightening an old couple that lived there. Alice Michelle then told her parents of her past childhood experiences, and they decided to visit the old couple and tell them what she saw. Investigators and psychics flocked about the neighborhood, saying it was the spirit of a woman named Courage Sampson who was hung there accused of being a Salem witch. They say her soul has not rested and she is seems alive in that spot. Until this day, the house is still haunted, and many can say that when they tour the house they can feel her sudden motions and witness many electric-powered objects operate by themselves.