I'm a 29-year-old nerd with a BS in CS and an affinity for writing. I write the stories I want to read -- or, failing that, I write the ones my brain actually sticks with for long enough to finish 'em. I feed off reviews like a dementor feeds off souls, so if you want to motivate me to write more, just drop me a line or two about what I've written. That makes me feel good about what I'm doing, which makes me want to write more. Obviously I'm going to keep writing anyway because it's what I love to do, but it's easier to keep at it when I feel like people appreciate my work.
If leaving reviews intimidates you, never fret! Even a simple "Love this, keep writing" is a wonderful thing for a writer to hear. If you don't want to leave a review like that, you can also just pick out a detail in the story -- any detail, really, so long as it caught your attention -- and tell me why you liked it.
Oh, but I don't take prompts. Sorry guys. Writing anything at all is hard work; I'm only gonna write the stories that appeal to me.
I'm never going to grow out of fandom, so get used to having me around. :)