Author has written 11 stories for Ranma, Slayers, Inuyasha, Last Unicorn, Naruto, Harry Potter, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, and Stargate: SG-1.
Wow, been a long time since I've really written anything. I've been working on some stuff lately, but no promises (particularly that pesky little list of stuff I'd been working on that I used to have here). Brief intro: I used to be VioletEyes, then FFNet instituted that numbering policy and I became VioletEyes1. Then I changed to Eighth Guardian for a while, but I didn't really ever update in that time. So, now I'm Tildessmoo (pron. teel-deh-SHSMAH-oh because it's actually spelled TîldeשׁSmöo, an in-joke about my handwriting), also writing as Methermeneus (Μεθερμήνευς) on some other sites. I like to write fanfics, original works and articles, generally of a philosophical nature. Fanfics can, of course, be found here and Twisting the Hellmouth (as Methermeneus); my old poems are at my FictionPress account of the same name. Original works are in progress and awaiting hopeful publication. Articles can be found on a couple of blogs; I'm waiting to condense those a bit before I link.
A few things I'm working on (like I said, no promises; real life is a bitch):"The Ballad of the Magnolia Tree": A Mulan story with tweaks to include Chinese culture at the time it appears to have taken place, and with the original legend as a backdrop"What Makes a Hero": A Kim Possible story in which heroes are disappearing and Shego and Kim debate the differences between "good guy," "hero," "villain," and "bad guy.""Don't You Dare!": A Sailor Moon fanfic wherein Usagi doesn't like Luna just giving out all those transformation pens willy nilly"Floating Point": A Naruto fanfic, about how mistakes snowball and the differences between compile-time and runtime errors (no, really)"The Night Trilogy": Like Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, probably a five-part trilogy, in which lots of epicness happens and Sailor Moon crosses over with a couple of other series. Well, except for (probably part 4) "Migi ni Juu Shaku," which is somehow a quiet and introspective crossover with Ranma . Oddly enough, in spite of the fact that I generally imagine this as starting with a story I started in high school (and have rediscovered and revised several times in the intervening years), it's possible that "Don't You Dare!" may become the first part."Meeting Halfway": A Buffy/Stargate crossover in which Faith and Buffy meet slightly earlier in Colorado, with massive consequences for canon.
Explanations for what I have kept from my old pennames:"End of a Legend": although not quite canon (having been written when I was only up to Viz's volume 6 of the manga), it's gotten good reviews, and I still don't think it's a horrible idea."A Monster of a Poem": Not my best poem ever, but I think it's a fun little ditty. Plus I still haven't had anyone guess who it's about, which is kind of odd now that I think of it. Must be the fact that there's only one review..."Where Unicorns Go to Die": Probably the best poem I've ever written except for maybe "Four Seasons?" (FictionPress). (Yes, this says a lot about my poetry skills.) It stays."I've Never": A nifty drabble that seems popular enough, and even has approval from the authors of the story that inspired it."Dark Contemplation": The first fanfic I ever finished. A darkfic drabble with a slight twist ending. It remains both as a gauge of how much I've advanced, and as the only true darkfic I've ever finished."Closing Arguments": An annoyingly badly written bit of fluff, but people liked it, enough even to translate it into Italian, so it stays.
Explanations for my huge-ass favorites list: I started reading stuff on FFN a loooong time ago, and created a profile not long after (as you should be able to tell from my relatively low number). Back then, most authors didn't post on FFN, but on their personal websites or in small groups like Transpacific Fanfiction. Favoriting was a unique idea, and a way to check on the status of stories without looking at them individually. Alerts are even newer and probably better, but I've been keeping track of things by favoriting them for so long that it's pretty much just automatic now: Like a story enough that I might like to see new chapters or maybe reread it someday, favorite it.