Author has written 37 stories for Final Fantasy VII, and Shakespeare.
I'm sorry for being away so long and for not updating on my current stories as often. Believe me when I say I know how annoying it is when a story is left hanging and I feel really guilty for being someone who is now doing that.
The truth is my life has been pretty crappy the past year and I'm still picking up the pieces. Hopefully the few bits I've posted recently will help to get the ball rolling again and kick my muse back into action. No promises when though, because that's even worse.
I've posted a few new instalments for the 4WS saga and am trying to finish Unexpected. I've also had a few ideas for other stories, but am trying not to let anything go beyond a oneshot right now as I've already got too many stories in progress which need to be taken care of.
If you haven't checked outyet (which was set up by Spopococ) I recommend that you do. Its a fun place to meet people who are also into Final Fantasy VII and share ideas, opinions, and stories about the boys we love so much. Don't forget that you'll need to sign up to read the stories in the adult section. Also check out Spopococ's profiel here on fanficion, there's some great stories there as well.
Another author not to miss is Brunette S Angel, who has created some wonderful stories that are filled with lots of emotion as well as some yummy hotness (for yaoi lovers). I highly recommend reading 'Shake it' as it's amazing and was written because I bugged her so much about the original idea wanting more.
Uuuuum, ok, I still don't know what else to add to this profile. I mean there's not that much to know about me really and if you're here then your probably more interested in the stories anyway, right?
I guess I should start with something personal about myself, maybe a confession is a good place to start. The truth is I was never a fan of books as a child, nor of writing. According to my parents it was a nightmare to get me to sit down and even look at a book let alone read it. It wasn't that I couldn't do it, I just didn't want to.
I think I was 12 or 13 years old when I finally discovered my love for books and I can still remember the first one I read which opened my eyes to the wonders of the literary world. The novel was by called 'Domain' and the author is James Herbert. (The story is actually the last in a trilogy so if you're going to read it then start with 'The Rats', then 'Lair' and finally 'Domain'). Anyway, it was the start of a wonderful relationship between my imagination and the delightful world of creativity, the stories I read being the fuel for my mind.
I quickly developed a passion for books and would not be found without one in my bag or my hands. I have even been known to spend whole nights up reading a story which I just couldn't put down. Authors like Christopher Pike, Dean Koontz, Richard Laymon, Steven King, Tom Holland, Jack London, L. J Smith and so many more became my inspiration and without them I fear my English exam results would not have been as good as they were. I was also blessed with a teacher who loved my stories and as a result my course work grades were fantastic :o)
I wasn't just stories which worked to satisfy my needs, as poetry also became my friend and together we discovered a whole new world to play in. Some of my favourite pieces are rather depressing, but fit my world so perfectly when I found them that they still hold great meaning in my life, poems such as;
I am by John Clare
Farewell by Anne Bronte
Solitude by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
A poison tree by William Blake
The listeners by Walter De La Mare
The terrible path by Brian Patten
and so many more ...
Before I discovered Final Fantasy VII and the wonderful world of FanFiction I was into stories by authors such as Laurell K Hamilton and Kerri Arthur. I must confess that my interest in those novels has slipped a little in the last couple of months, and I spend more time on the computer, as the need to read more about my favourite men consumed me.
It took me a while to be brave enough to actually post one of my story ideas and I was blown away by how wonderfully it was welcomed. As a result of such lovely reviews I ended up turning a 'one shot' (I believe you call it) into a story with chapters, which I hope is still being enjoyed. I was also given a sort of permission to share my naughty mind with the world involving my four favourite men and the things they get up too.
The suggested order for the 'Four Way Split' saga is listed below.
Pre 4WS - Before two became three
Pre 4WS - How Cloud met the General
1st – Four way split
2nd – Personal studies
3rd – Breaking point
4th - Art lessons
5th - Missed you
6th - A first time for everything
7th - Surprises
8th - Just another day at the office
9th - Treats and temptations
10th - More than once
11th - Amnesia
12th - The healing process
13th - Discoveries
14th - When it snowed
15th - All I want ... is you
16th - New year
17th - Sniffles
18th - Unexpected
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