Long time fanfic writer, but only in other fandoms. Just discoverd QaF a month ago, and, of course, fell madly, totally, irrevocably in love with the absolutely unique Brian Kinney. As anyone who's ever read my work in other genres knows, I am completely absorbed and obsessed with characters who break the mold, who are unlike any other, and Brian certainly qualifies there.
I don't do fancy graphics or photo manips, being a total cyber-dweeb, having neither the skills to create such images or the knowledge of how to post them. I just write. And - fair warning here - I don't write much in the way of fluff or happy fantasy. My characters walk through hell in order to get to where they want to be - and they don't always get what they want. But they are, I hope, always true to themselves.
I hope that readers here will let me know if they feel I'm straying too far from the elemental truths of Brian Kinney. Although I enjoy AU, I don't usually write it, being far too enchanted with the canon characters.
Hope my work offers some keen insights into who these individuals are, and where they will go in the future.
A small series of segments, concerning a "What if" situation. This is an example of an Alternate Universe story, where events varied with startling consequences and characters followed a different path from the original plot
Dating from that infamous day in a Theed power station, paths diverge, promises are broken, hearts are betrayed; then fate - and deliberate mischief - step in, and destiny thwarted takes its pound of flesh.
Sequel to "The Greatest Love" - the rest of the story
At the end of Brokeback Mountain, we watched Ennis try to deal with losing Jack. This is the story of what it was like from the other side.
This is a story in the "Brothers & Sisters" fandom. It is the story of what happens to Kevin and Scotty before and after the infidelity incident, all arising from the tragic conclusion of Series 4.
It is a Work in Progress, and it will not be short. As anyone who knows my work can tell you - I don't do pithy! :)
The final chapter of "The Hobbit" was heartbreaking in many ways. It was supposed to be; it's Tolkien, for God's sake, and one doesn't expect happily-ever-after. But sometimes, things which should be said, stories which should be told, are omitted. This is one of those.
Brian and Justin try to cope with life apart - with the marriage that did not happen and the love that would not die