Author has written 9 stories for Naruto, Max Payne, and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer.
First iteration (A long-long time ago):
Erm, hello there!
So you want to know a bit about me, huh? Either that, or you'd already be looking at my favorites. Well, to those of you who are still here, I'll say the following:
I'm a guy, 18 years old (as of the last time I updated this thing, at least), born on February 14th, 1988. Yep, valentine's day, the most frustrating day of the year. I love attention, even going so far as to call myself an attention-whore on more than one occasion, which very well may come from the fact that my birthday is the day where everyone else is off smooching their boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife/partner/"roommate". Either way, that's the kind of person I am, and the people in my life have to suffer through it every day. Gotta love 'em.
I love anime, though I hardly get to see "new" animes as much as I'd like. I love the romantic parts of animes, especially the ones that aren't official, and allow my imagination to run wild. Because of this, most of my writings and favorite readings have at least a tinge of romance in them. My favorite animes so far have been Naruto and Ranma 1/2. I've also started to read Fullmetal Alchemist mangas, but after I started writing "A Different Sort of Naruto", I kind of stopped that for a while.
Also, I detest slash pairings. Don't get me wrong, there's absolutely nothing wrong with gay people or Yaoi, but slash is different. Slash is gay pairings that are NOT canon, like Naruto/Sasuke, Kakashi/Iruka or Ryoga/Ranma. There is something to be said in favor of slash pairings, I admit, but so much more against it, in my honest opinion.
Anyhoo, my favorite fanfic pairings so far are: Ranma/Akane, Ranma/Ukyo, Ranma/Nabiki, Ranma/Kasumi (Yes, I know the last two are just about as canon as slash pairings are, but I still like them, so sure me), Naruto/Sakura and Naruto/Hinata. My most favorite of them all is Naruto/Sakura. I just fell in love with the characters, and I do believe they're destined to end up together.
Update (July 24, 2006): I have begun to take a heavy interest in all NaruXGirl fanfics. My favorites right now have changed from NaruXSaku and NaruXHina to: NaruXSaku, NaruXTema, NaruXIno, NaruXTenten, NaruXKurenai, NaruXAnko, and many more. Sadly, NaruXHina has fallen to the bottom of the pool here. What can I say?
Update (January 17, 2014): I am now a grown-ass man. A Different Sort of Naruto is dead because I don't like where it was going even one-tenth as much as I love where canon went. I still love the romantic aspect of fiction, but that's because I find it a very effective motivator or plot-mover. I will try to come back and write more fanfics if time and brain-space permit. Whenever I go back to read over reviews I get a bit excited about writing again. Who knows? Maybe this time it'll stick.