Member since: 2011.08.12
Iím a writer/musician with a day job. I split time between an 8-5 job that challenges me; unleashing the creative flood through writing, playing music, and sometimes painting; reading as many authors and genres as I can; and hiking/camping.
I want to be a successful novelist or musician Ė successful in that my works have meaning for other people. I have to write and play no matter what, Iíll never stop Ė but I hope that one day it makes a difference, even if it saves just one soul. I have a good job that pays the bills, but I aspire to be financially successful in my creative pursuits as well one day.
I love epic tales, musical sagas, serial adventure. Iím a fan of Doctor Who, Firefly, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Wars, Marvel comics. However, I donít own a TV Ė not a slave to it at all. I listen to Radiohead, Jethro Tull, Midlake, Muse, Man Man, Blonde Redhead, The Mars Volta, David Bowie, The Beatles, The Paper Chase, Philip Glass, Brad Mehldau, Massive Attack, Future Sound of London. I write my own music and donít believe in cover bands and will never be a part of one. I read sci-fi, westerns, fantasy, mystery, drama, classic literature. Iím a huge fan of British film and television.
My sense of humor is very dry and sarcastic. Iím accused of being very ďBritishĒ which I take as a compliment, especially when it comes from my very British friends.
Red Right Hand by jabberw00kie [Reviews - 4]
A forced educational field trip turns to sinister happenings as the Eleventh Doctor, Amy, and Rory find themselves entangled the perpetuation of a particularly perilous paradox probably pertaining to a pompous pilot and his partner, a percipient but polite program named Penelope.
Characters: Amy Pond, Rory Williams, The Doctor (11th), The TARDIS
The Doctor and the Case of the Prime Machine by jabberw00kie [Reviews - 1]
In a seemingly impossible set of circumstances, a companion-less Eleventh Doctor finds himself in 19th-century London, aiding the great Sherlock Holmes and his stalwart sidekick, Dr. Watson. These fictional characters from literature can't be real, can they?
Characters: The Doctor (11th), The TARDIS