Author has written 112 stories for Dark Angel, X-Men, Farscape, Lost World, Doctor Who, Primeval, Eureka, NCIS: Los Angeles, Vampire Diaries, Twilight, and Once Upon a Time.
Well, hi there. It's been a long time since I've updated this profile, my tastes and my pleasures have changed, so I figured, let's do it.
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First and foremost, I am not a child. I am almost 39 years old, female, and I write like it. Which means, mind the ratings on my stories. Most of them will have mature content, and I'm okay with that. There are also stories on this profile that were posted upwards of thirteen/fourteen years ago... I was a child then and those stories are not my best work. It always amazes me when someone still favorites something I wrote at the age of 24 lol You should see the stuff I wrote at 19.. even worse!
The second thing you should know about me is that I'm Canadian, which means I favour the letter U. Sometimes I let my spellcheck Americanise my spelling for me, but not often. I'm afraid that's one thing you're going to have to deal with whilst reading my work.
Third thing you should know about me is that I can't spend all my time writing. Sadly I have to work a full time job, we've a couple of kiddos running around here, dogs that need attention, and I still have to have time for my shows, so updates will be sporadic and infrequent on my chaptered fics, one shots come as they will. No promises.
The fourth thing you should know about me is how deeply I pride myself on my work. I study these characters, I learn these characters, I truly hope that when I write, I've captured these characters to a high quality. I don't have a lot of fandom friends, which means a beta reader isn't often available - that means I spend a long time going over each fiction carefully, editing it line by line. If I've missed something it's mainly due to familiarity with the words written and I apologize, although I do pride myself on maintaining a high quality standard and low error ratio.
The fifth thing you should know about me is that I am currently writing my very first ever alternate universe, real world fic. I always write based on canon, but this summer, my heart hurts for OuaT and my poor Captain, so in an effort to stay writing but continue keeping my head in the sand with regards to Dark Swan, I'm playing in the AU sandbox. Hopefully, everyone will enjoy the results! I'm sure having fun writing it!
What I'm into?
Once Upon a Time: Ever tried not falling in love with people that are off climbing a beanstalk and fighting a giant together? It's not possible. I fell in love with Captain Swan, and I can't let them go. Even if the writers are currently taunting us with #TLK and #HEA... it will happen, of this I have no doubt.
NCIS: LA Jeez, a girl can't win for losing. I'm completely addicted to Kensi/Deeks and will allow my muse to play in their sandbox as time allows. Which isn't often, but sometimes.
Current OTP Pairings:
Captain Swan (OuaT Hook/Emma)
Densi (NCIS:LA Deeks/Kensi)
Past OTP Pairings:
TVD: Delena (Damon/Elena)
Doctor Who: Doctor/Rose
Dark Angel: Max/Logan
Current Creative Status:
Permanent Measures: Abandoned for the time being
A Life of It: Updates Daily
Parchement, Bottles, True Love, and Happy Endings: Updates occassionally as I see the want for it.
And folks, please review. If you've liked something I've written, sending me a short note is the easiest way to keep my muse fed and eagar to please. If you've disliked it, well, a short message to let me know why will help with future projects. It's just encouragement and affirmation that the passion put into writing these stories isn't going to waste and that somewhere, someone appreciates the time spent bringing these pieces into the world. Writing a story is a bit like giving birth - without someone on the other end saying push, the labour just may never end.
"We're in the hands of fate now; we have to trust in that. Fly safe. Goodbye, John Crichton."