I am pleased to announce the launch of my new ongoing BlogFic, Sophomore Year. It is written from the perspective of Andrew Gillen, a 29-year-old man in 2016 who somehow found himself pulled back into his high school years of 2002 - in the wrong body. Now to the world, he is Jessa Gilbert, a … Continue reading Introducing Sophomore Year: A new BlogFic
A Year and Change is my retrospective on the early years of The Trading Post, one of my most admired pieces of Transformation/TG Fic, which tells the story of visitors to a cursed Inn in Maine that transforms visitors into those who have stayed before, forcing them to live their lives. In our last entry, … Continue reading A Year and Change Part 2: Early September 2006
I've said for months now that when the holidays are over it will be a lot easier to find time to write. I don't expect that suddenly I'll be posting a new story every single week but it's already proving to be a little bit true. An idea struck yesterday for a story that I … Continue reading Happy new year… and a new story!
If you only look at my site here, you haven't heard from me in a while. I surprised myself by getting the story "Statues" uploaded just before Halloween (it's not really much of a "Halloween story" but it would have been cool to do one) and that was it. I didn't even make good on … Continue reading Changes Afoot… and other parts?
One thing you may know about me and my bibliography as a TG Fic writer is that I have spent the last 12 years contributing to the blog fic The Trading Post, which centers on the effects of a “cursed” inn in Maine that turns its inhabitants into the previous guests of that room (who, … Continue reading A Year and Change: The Trading Post Retrospective Part 1