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Author has written 57 stories for Discworld, Good Omens, Primeval, Temeraire, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Torchwood, Lord of the Rings, Dresden Files, Silmarillion, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Avengers, James Bond, Smallville, Old Kingdom/Abhorsen series, Sherlock, Kingdom of Heaven, World War Z, Wheel of Time, Green Lantern, and Avengers. I'm what Americans would probably call a History Major at University, specifically studying Ancient and Medieval History, with a side of Politics back in my first year.

If I disappear suddenly, more likely than not, I am doing an essay of some sort or my dissertation.3.

There's also some more conventional fanart, including a spoileriffic piece about Harry (don't look if you haven't read up to chapter 72 of ), in Kefalion's gallery, also on Deviantart. I only review to support people or to tell them how to improve and to occasionally go squee over how good they are (we all do it.

I'd link directly, but as I've found, that doesn't work. Anyone who says they don't is a lying liar who lies).

I say this because, while I don't drop the moral anvil on people, it is something that features somewhat in my writing.

Though, to be frank, this site is only marginally to the right of Tumblr and I haven't really encountered any problems thus far.4.

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I almost exclusively write crossovers, though there are a few single fandom pieces in my work. I write very frequently, but since I have recently developed a monomaniacal tendency to focus on/obsess over the universe, the rest of my work is going untouched. I'm a sucker for happy endings, though I tend to make my characters earn them. Sometimes mystical trauma is thrown in for giggles. If you do that, you tacitly acknowledge that you have no idea whatsoever about how to make people in a committed relationship interesting, and that is a considerable indictment on your writing abilities.

If he sees someone he considers his being hurt, woe betide the person doing the hurting. In fact, it's very hard not to compare him to his mirror image, Tony.

He's arrogant, sure, but that masks the strength of will that can move mountains. He's sympathetic, yet he's capable of horrifying brutality, he's vulnerable, yet he's capable of taking people apart with just words, well chosen words.

As for me, my good friend militaryhistory said: This layering of things does, occasionally, get to the point where I get obsessed with my own cleverness, but I try to avoid that.

If I suddenly stop writing, it's not that I've necessarily abandoned the story, it's more that I've written later bits and got distracted.