Author has written 29 stories for Inuyasha, Demon Diary, Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto, Count Cain: God Child, Yu-Gi-Oh, and Sherlock.
- Previously Known as HieiAijin1410 -
8th of August, 2012: Important update.
The day has finally arrived. My original m/m romance novel is available for purchase!
Please allow me a moment to FREAK THE FUCK OUT BECAUSE OMG I'M AN ACTUAL WRITER.
I'm updating a bunch of my fics so that hopefully everyone who's been asking about it will see this. Both e-book and physical copies of my book are available! You can get them on amazon, barnesandnoble[dot]com, and directly through the publisher, Less Than Three Press. I've had a few International fans inquire about whether or not the book is available to them, and I can confirm that it is. You can get it anywhere in the world! It will not be on shelves, but it's available through special order from bookstores and the Internet.
So, my novel is a contemporary slash romance where a young college student by the name of Nikolas is forced to transfer to a private, Catholic university under mysterious circumstances. Despite his desire to remain unobtrusive, he quickly gets drawn into a dangerous game of seduction played by the three most popular boys at the school, namely the "king" of the Academy, Seth Prinsen. Sexiness ensues.
If you would like to read my book, here's a link for where you can find it:
Also, paperback versions are now available through LT3, Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com. Just search "In Excess Quinn Anderson", and it pops up.
As added incentive for picking up a copy of my book, if you send me a print screen of your receipt or some other proof of purchase along with a fan fiction idea, I'll write it for you! Obviously this is time-contentious, as I have no idea how many requests I'll get, but that's going to be my way of thanking all of you for supporting my writing career.
Wish me luck!
“Fanfiction is what literature might look like if it were reinvented from scratch after a nuclear apocalypse by a band of brilliant pop-culture junkies trapped in a sealed bunker. They don’t do it for money. That’s not what it’s about. The writers write it and put it up online just for the satisfaction. They’re fans, but they’re not silent, couchbound consumers of media. The culture talks to them, and they talk back to the culture in its own language.”
—Lev Grossman, TIME, July 18, 2011
IMPORTANT UPDATE: JANUARY 17TH, 2012.
My debut novel has been picked up by Less Than Three Press! That's right, boys and girls, your darling HieiAijin is going to be a published author! When I have a release date, I'll update this again. Keep your ears peeled for news!
Here's my author biography:
"Quinn Anderson is a University of Florida alumna with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. She spent the majority of her university years reading fan fiction instead of textbooks and hanging out with her best friend, Vodka; not much has changed since graduation. Her hobbies include reading, writing, juggling, underwater basket weaving, going commando, big pimping, ne'er-do-welling, and screwing the rules. She describes herself as an incredibly tall, incredibly red-headed, incredibly camp, incredibly loud, incredibly nerdy, incredibly incredible person. A jokester and teller of sometimes-tall tales, Anderson emphasizes witty banter and sordid schemes in both what she writes and what she reads. She plans to become a teacher while writing smoldering homoerotica in her free time."
Yes, the girl in my profile image is me. I thought you all might like to match a face with my writing.
4-21-08: Here's something you guys might find interesting. It ties into my later self-bio on this page. As anyone who knows me well is aware, I'm very devoutly Christian, yet I write yaoi/slash fanfics. Here's a letter between myself and another writer on this site that might clear up the distinction for you all.
Rice-Ball247 wrote to HieiAijin1410:
"I was reading your rant on your profile about gayrights and being extremely
Being an altarserver, most people think that I don't believe in my faith at
Funnily enough, my friends are very accepting of what I do/like. There was
I still remember it after nearly 2 years.
Anyway... that's just me wanting to thank you for stating that in your
so thanks! xDXO,RiceBall247
PS: you ARE very pretty in your display pic"
HieiAijin1410 wrote to Rice-Ball247
"Thanks so much for the PM! I love hearing from fellow FF.net addicts. I'm sorry to hear about that author of yours that turned away from the righteousness of yaoi. Some people have very twisted ideas of what is moral/immoral. It seems to me that being extremely moral is the same as being extremely judgmental. Jesus loves me whether I write yaoi or not. And as for Leviticus, I've read it many times, and for as much as people quote the ONE SENTENCE that mentions homosexuality, they fail to mention the ones that also call it a sin to shave, work on Saturdays, or eat rabbit meat. Seems pretty ridiculous, no? If you're going to condemn one thing, condemn them all, I say. Also, that means working on Saturdays is just as bad as being gay, and I sure as hell have worked many a Saturday. Anyone who has is just as "bad" as the gay people they dare to condemn.
On top of that, the Old Testament (where the book of Leviticus can be found) was overwritten with the coming of Christ. No more Ten Commandments, no more old Jewish laws, and no more sacrificing animals at the altar. Homosexuality is only mentioned once in the New Testament (in Corinthians), and the mention is so paltry, I didn't even realize what I was reading at first.
Point is, the Bible is much more devoted to telling the story of Jesus, his disciples, and how their actions on Earth taught people to love and to avoid passing unrighteous judgement on their neighbors than it is to condemning homosexuality. 0.000001 percent of it is devoted to that, and even that part is open to interpretation.
Pick your battles, my friends, pick your battles.
A funny story I thought you might all enjoy:
One time, I was sitting in my Sociology class in high school, and it was "Club Day". Club Day was when you got to leave halfway through the period and go to whatever clubs you were in. In my case, I was the President of the Gay-Straight Alliance, and I'd just got back from the meeting. I sat down, and the girl who sat next to me -- she seemed nice enough, and we chatted on occasion -- asked me what club I'd come from. I told her, and she didn't flinch or act disgusted, so I figured it was cool with her. I don't know how it came up, but at some point I said something to the effect of, "Us GSAers will all have a great, blessed day because God loves gay people!" and she said, "Except we know he doesn't because it says so in the Bible." Realizing my judgment error, I tried to backpedal with a joke, so I said, "Yeah, well, most references to hating gay people are in the Old Testament, and I'm not Jewish! So, I don't have to listen to that part." (This was obviously intended to be a joke.)
And then came the fun part. The girl said, "What does the Old Testament have to do with being Jewish?"
Seriously, my jaw dropped. It took everything I had to mumble out, "The . . . Old Testament . . . is the Torah. It's the main Jewish religious text."
She just said, "Oh" and turned away. Can you believe that? This girl was trying to lecture me on what the Bible says, and she doesn't know the first thing about it!
People astound me.
12-7- 06: I stole this from a girl I know. It's just too funny:
Don't you just love it when you wake up one morning and realize that you are an extremely perverse little girl? Then struggle to fall asleep that night after realizing that the perversion will no longer be appropriate in a few years (not that it ever was appropriate) but will be frowned upon when you become older? And do you ever have that sinking feeling when you think about how your pervertedness will probably result in you:
So true...in so many ways...
12-2-05: My friend, Baroness D, and I have started an account together under the pen name Twilight Ash (I'm Twilight and she's Ash) and we will soon be posting all manner of yaoi. If someone posts yaoi under that screen name and claims to be me, it's not a hoax. It actually is me. I promised I'd write her yaoi for Christmas and I plan to keep that promise. Enjoy.
Bio: UPDATED! 1-17-2012
As you'll notice, some of my stories were deleted and then later reposted. For those of you who were here for the Great Yaoi Draught, as I'm fond of calling it, you have my apologies. If not, well, you can always learn about it later. It involves trusting my password to a dumb thunder cunt. Grrrr!
Okay, a little bit about me. I like long walks on the beach and candlelit dinners... uh, never mind. I've written several novels, which I'll release the titles of once the publishing details are final. I'm an alumna of the University of Florida--Psych major, ftw!--and am soon leaving to go to grad school in Dublin, Ireland!
I'm pro-Gay rights and extremely religious. (see above discussion for further clarification) Yeah, I know, an odd combination. My theory is this: any and all Christians who try to condemn another lifestyle are bloody hypocrites. I hate the Christians who give people like me a bad name. It's as simple as this people: you're not God. You cannot possibly understand every factor, circumstance, or influence that leads a person to be the way that they are, and it's absolutely NOT your place to point a finger and judge them. It's not. Embrace your own humanity and get a life.
Here's the deal. God does NOT hate gay people. He just doesn't. Parts of the old testament call the act of homosexuality an abomination, not the people themselves. God still loves them, end of story. If you want to point to the Bible as the reason to think otherwise, I must point out homosexuality is no more serious a sin than drinking, swearing, or getting piercings. Do you have pierced ears? Congrats, you might as well have buttsex. Or you could be a decent human being and stop acting like you're better than someone else just because you don't do a particular thing. And don't even get me started on expecting homosexuals to lead a celibate life. Seriously? That's so ridiculous I don't even feel compelled to delve into it.
And on that note, a lot of what the Bible says is misinterpreted. In Romans, for example, there's a passage talking about how having sex with other men is wrong. People assume that this means gay people are wrong. What the passage is ACTUALLY about, however, is heterosexual men going off to war, not having any women available, and having sex with each other even though they're straight just for the sake of getting off. It's condemning acting like a homosexual when you actually aren't one just because you're horny. Again, it says nothing about gay people.
And you know what Jesus said about gays? Nothing. Not one word. He never even mentions them. But he did eat with prostitutes and lepers and tell us not to judge other people. Fancy that.
The whole reason why the Bible turns us away from certain things is because back then it protected us. The Old Testament/Torah says not to eat pork because pork was a dangerous food back then and could very likely kill you. It says not to kill people or cheat on your wife because that's just generally a bad idea. It denounced homosexuality because back then our population was much, much smaller, and we needed people to breed. Nowadays when the Earth can barely support the numbers we have, homosexuality isn't in any way detrimental.
It's all about the time period and context. The Bible is still a wonderful book, but quite a few of the laws in it don't apply to our modern age. Things change. People change. I wish the Bible could change with us.
I hope I haven't completed offended everyone out there or come across as a crazy, raving Christian, but it pisses me off that I sometimes feel ashamed of what I believe because some assholes out there treat people like scum just because they're different. I don't care if you're gay, atheist, polygamist, white-black-beige-purple. You're cool with me so long as I'm cool with you.
BUT, I also dislike people who treat Christianity like a disease. There was an old man who passed out Bibles one day in the blazing sun on the street outside of my school. I walked right up to the guy and congratulated him on his religious devotion while plenty of kids at my school laughed and criticized him (Many of them were Christians as well!). They tried to claim that he had no right to "shove his religion in their faces", but I don't understand how he was shoving anything. If you're Christian, and you see another Christian spreading the Good Word, why would you make fun of them for it? And even if you're not Christian, it takes a hell of a lot of guts to put yourself out like that, in the Heat of Florida, for the sake of helping others. All he was trying to do was get us to read a book. For the record, the Bible contains some of the most beautiful poetry and colorful stories in creation, whether you believe in them or not. I fully recommend it to anyone who has a moment. Seriously, give it a read. Everyone treats it like it's full of horrible, condemning rules, but for the most part the things it tells you to do are simple common sense. For example: don't kill people. That should be a no-brainer. Don't cheat, because you hurt so many people when you do. IT'S COMMON SENSE, PEOPLE. So, if you're not Christian and you choose to read the Bible, more power to ya. Think of it as a book of rationality. However, I do recommend you stay away from the Old Testament. That's the part of the Bible that pisses me off. I recommend the Book of John, if you're only ever going to read one section of the Bible.
And I don't just want you to read the Bible. Read the texts from every religion! They're all interesting and they're all beautiful, and they all say basically the same things. It's amazing how many people all have the same idea.
Or hey, be atheist! I don't much mind either way, and I will support your right to be whatever the hell you want to be.
Okay, my little rant is over. On another note, my cyber door is always open if you need to contact me. That's why my stereo went missing.
My Funny Quotes
*Name have been changed to protect the identities of those quoted*
Me: Can you imagine an English person trying to say "shorty"? You know, in the real ghetto drawl way, like "Shaaaaawty"?
Me: ;;making a drink;; I'm picky about my ice. You must pass a vigorous screening process to make it into this glass.
Me: You know what we need to do some day?
Syd Vicious: ;;calls me;; Good morning!
Cat: ;;laughing hysterically;;
Me: ;;sitting in a parking lot with Syd;; Hey, those people left their lights on. ;;points to another car;;
Syd: So this guy at my work had a dream about me.
;;sitting outside of Checkers with Syd and Cat;;
Me: Imagine if you will, an oozing pile of oddly-colored disgusting-ness.
Michi: I can sum up the Harry Potter books in two sentences: "...And then Voldemort came. Oh no."
Princess Banana Helmet: AH! GRACE! GET IN HERE! YOU'RE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE THIS DISGUSTING PIECE OF FANFICTION THAT I'M READING!
Syd Vicious to her ex boyfriend: Hey, Toni!
Latham: Carnivorous cows.
Juno: ...I'm not sure whether to thank you, insult you, or come over there, give you a foot massage, and feed you grapes
Joey: lemmings are the inventors of emo. Jumping off cliffs all the time...come on.
Kitty: 'cuz the other ones like radioactive or something. 'Cuz of the BEES.
Heidi-chan (Eleventy-Nine on this site): The best time to make new friends is when you're both wearing drag.
Kaylee: How many saiyans does it take to screw in a lightbulb? One--but it takes three episodes!
Angel: I only know one other bi guy, and he's an asshole, pun intended.
Brad: sorry, but you were frustrating me with FOREIGN DEMON TONGUES!
Heidi: Tell him you just want to be friends. Then fake your internet death
Lady: because you're the sweetest, nicest human being that has ever 'Grace'd the face of the earth.
Latham: Oh, so now you're a treacherous illegitimate scion of a camel's left hind hoof and an algae's prodigal son!
Heidi: "Pastafarianism: My deity is more delicious that your deity."
Tsumi: "You are covered in my urine. Thus, you are my property!"
Sora: "Since when has Jesus become a melon?"
Me to Limbo: "I hope your head doesn't get cut off. I've had that happen before."
Limbo: "Two boys can't sleep together! They'll get the gay on them!"
Me: "So my mom asked me today 'Grace, do you write soft core porn?' and I came this close to saying, 'Believe me, everything I write is utterly HARD core.'"
Joey: "I slept with your wife. Shh, don't tell anyone."
Me: "Man, that turkey vulture's gonna rip my heart out if I don't wrestle it."
Joey: Muffins are like ugly cupcakes.
Joey: You mean there's a live cat in my pants?
Brad: Inside Jokes-leaving people out since 1442.
Here's a long AIM convo:
Me: well...Tommy is very emo...and now Kuri thinks you're emo...apparently she has a thing for emo boys
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