Author has written 17 stories for X-Men: The Movie, Final Fantasy VII, Mass Effect, Elder Scroll series, and Fallout.
04/14/2016: I seem to have this innate tendency to fade into the background. I've been a regular on this site now; reading new updates on my favorites and chatting with friends. Unfortunately, video games are my new form of relaxation after work which limits my writing time to very few and far between moments. I've got a wee bit of writer's block on the second chapter of Moonlit Tales which is why the release is so delayed. To compensate, I've been working on The Valor of Charlemagne's Court: a Fallout fic after I grew disappointed at the lack of decent dialogue. It's been fun and exciting, which is where the majority of my attention lies. Anywho, thought I'd give my profile an update considering the last time I even bothered to check in!
09/1/2014: Moonlit Tales has been officially released! I am very anxious about continuing forward with this story and I certainly hope you will snoop through the available chapters. Teaching, for me, is finally in full swing so updates may be sporadic or sparse as the school year progresses. However, be wary as I intend on posting whenever possible. No more disappearances or abandonment from me!
Moonlit Tales Second Chapter Status (04/14/2016): "Can it wait for a bit? I'm in the middle of some calibrations."
07/20/2014: Wow, has it really been four years since I even glanced at this site? There have been significant changes since I last visited and I think it's well worth the moment to pay tribute to those who have stuck around with me on my excessively long hiatus. For those who have just visited my page for the very first time, I welcome you to my muses.
The very last time I logged in - back in 2010 - I was a college student struggling to stay afloat and find herself. Now, things have been changed drastically for the better, as all things do with time. I am now a high school English teacher, which unfortunately, takes up any time I actually have. However, I do have a few moments to breathe, which I utilize for gaming or writing.
Most of my writings have transformed to more personal works with independent plots and characters. However, I still continue to work diligently on stories incorporating the ideas of some of my favorite video games. Now, I would like to begin sharing my work once again. My writing style has changed significantly since I first created my account back when I was sixteen. I am more confident and definitely more professional in keeping with the lore and characters of someone else's design.
Now to answer a few questions:
Can you please beta read this? Sorry, but no. I received so many requests during my absence and now I grade papers for a living. Teaching has deteriorated my need to edit other people's work. While I appreciate the requests, I work with students who require constant time and attention to their writings.
Will you delete your old work? No. For some of these stories, the only remaining file in existence is on here. I, myself, might not be a huge fan of the writings from when I was a youngster, but others might thoroughly like them. I still get notifications of readers liking my old work.
Will you continue any of your old stories? Probably not. There would be a lot of work involved, especially with my personal and professional growth. Not only would I have to finish the work, but I would have to go back and edit every single chapter of said story to provide flow and keep up with my OCDness. I know I left a lot of readers hanging when I abandoned quite a few stories, but life (and my muses) must go on. If you see a story as incomplete - you have been warned. The only one I am choosing to edit is Dancing in Crimson, but I am doing those edits on the side and it is more like a complete rewrite than anything else.
How often will you post? I don't plan on keeping myself on a schedule. Back in the day, I would update regularly - sometimes weekly - to keep the frothing readers at bay. I realize now what a fool I was because the quantity of chapters inevitably ruined the quality. I will post when I post. Expect longer waits during school months when I have less time to frequent my own stories.
Are your interests the same? Yes, for the most part. I seem to watch less and less, but gaming has increased. Mass Effect is still my favorite game of all time and I still follow the X-men movies. Since meeting Steve Blum (the voice of Vincent Valentine and so many others), I have come to respect Vincent a lot more. He is still the most prominent voice in my head, but I normally want to leave him alone. He already has a story.
My current project will be posted soon. I'm twenty pages and growing right now, but I would like to have more than just one chapter readily available - especially during those months where I'm barely on. I don't intend to spoil much on here, but it does focus on the world of Elder Scrolls: Skyrim. Keep an eye out in the next month or so for my announcement.
As always, if you have a question or suggestion, please PM me. I generally try to reply in a timely fashion!