Yeah, I'm still around, but mostly over on Facebook.
And yeah, it's NATIONAL NOVEL WRITING MONTH AGAIN!
I started in on fanfic again, this time in a new verse. If most of you can take on Supernatural, *I* can take on Supernatural's precursor and spiritual ancestor. Stories currently posted over at FanFiction.net:
http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7686534/1/Blood-Circles-Voodoo-Doll (The first in the new series…based on the 1970s show The Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries. Crosses over into my Seven Kingdoms world, on this side of the gate: A serial killer hunts the Mardi Gras – an occult sociopath torturing & slaughtering innocents to raise demonic power. Joining forces with the shadowy Association, the Hardy Boys pit themselves against the world of voodoo, evil magic, & psychic warfare to stop him – only to discover that the killer has lured them into his own deadly trap...).
http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7930663/1/The-House-on-Possessed-Hill (second in the series, a prequel: Unexplained accidents, missing runaways, murder, child abuse – no one in Circle Hills will admit that evil walks in their midst. But when a mysterious girl begs the Hardys for help, Joe & Frank pit themselves against a cursed house & an angry mob out for blood in a terrifying witch hunt – only to find that nothing is ever what it seems…)
http://www.fanfiction.net/s/9032148/1/In-Excelsis-Deo (Third…yet another prequel. The Mortons' farm hides a deadly secret. Children are missing: vanished without a trace, hidden where no one can find them, prey to unspeakable terror. Now Frank & Joe Hardy number among the missing…and if they don't solve the secret, the brothers will never be seen again…)
http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7789277/1/Blood-Circles-The-SF-Vampire (fourth in the series, currently being posted, and the direct sequel to Voodoo Doll: Joe Hardy, crippled. The Hardy family broken into a harsh circle of accusation & Frank bears the brunt. Hoping to find healing, Frank & Joe instead find themselves targets of hostility as they hunt a terrifying cult preying on runaways…and uncover a secret that threatens to not only shatter their sanity, but their very bond as brothers…)
and THIS year's NaNoWriMo effort takes on "Arson & Old Lace", the godsawful episode from the series that reduced Nancy Drew to little more than a helpless git. Yeah. I'm going to rescue Nancy from '70s sexist TV writing if it kills me:
Unfortunately, I can't post any of the Journey tales over there, since they have strict rules about "real people" fic. And I just gave up on my Journey website: too much hassle to update, and I'm sick of dealing with its fandom.