New Author Website

I have a new website up that is better optimized for mobile devices since it's Wordpress. It'll allow me to post about books I've published as well as post free stories. It's also good because it'll cover non-JF books, which I've been working on recently. Currently I'm putting a few oldies but goodies on site, so if you're missing my old JF fics or you were never a subscriber, be sure to bookmark my site.

Fic: "Taking Advantage"

Title: Taking Advantage
Rating: NC-17
Pairing: Hannibal Lecter/Will Graham, Tobias Budge/Will Graham
Warnings: Noncon, dubcon, violence
Summary: An alternate outcome to Will's visit to Tobias Budge's string shop. What if Budge used Will to get back at Hannibal? What if Hannibal used Will's terrible experience at Budge's hands to his advantage?
Note: Spoilers for "Fromage"

Seriously, people, if you haven't watched Hannibal on Thursday nights on NBC, do it now.

Taking Advantage

Fanfiction... again

Lord help me, I'm writing fanfic again. Since I returned home to the States I've been unmotivated to write, mostly because I'm lazy and my brain just wants to rest and not think. Being out of the country for seven months, constantly moving, is cool but also can be mentally tiring. So I've been veging. Working a bit on Beneath the Greying Cliffs, and my own novels, but mostly meh.

But of course I find a new fandom that's killing me, pun intended. I've been sucked into Hannigram in the Hannibal fandom and now I've begun writing a story for it. Fic is Abigail/Hannibal/Will because I wanted Will to be at the mercy of two people ;) I hope to have it up late tonight or maybe tomorrow if it grows long.

Sad news

I just returned this evening from my month-long trip and learned that Zel, the artist who illustrated the Gam/Lio comic, "Thick as Thieves", and who also created the map of Juxtan, died in an accident in Korea just a few days ago. Tragically, he was very young, just a kid, really. Zel was a supremely nice guy, a talented artist, and a fun spirit. I will always remember how eager he was to draw. He will be missed.