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Author has written 12 stories for Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy VII, Death Note, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
Fragile has now been completed. The multi-chapter endeavor has taken almost two years to complete, so thank you to those who have stuck it out for so long.
About my writing process:
I've been around for way too long. Fanfiction started as a way of developing my writing, and after 8 years of schooling to earn a Masters in Creative Writing I still find writing fanfiction a thrill. My studies are devoted to character analysis and profiling. Therefore, keeping people in character is a wonderful challenge to my skill as a writer. Before I write a fanfiction I study the characters and what makes them tick. Impossible pairings like Envy/Winry are great to showcase how much potential a complex character has in a story.
As a general rule I don't like writing OCs, but sometimes it's necessary for the plot. Another general rule of mine is to never break the canon plot to strong-arm my plot into it. I enjoy being able to manipulate the original story to fit the goals I've set for the characters.
If you review any of my stories, I may respond to questions or general critical feedback. If I don't, please know I appreciate reviews of any kind so don't hesitate to fill the little comment box with text. :)
Testing the Waters - Sequel to Fragile. Envy knew family life would be difficult to adjust to, but when his children are kidnapped, he returns to his old violent habits to get them back. Envy/Winry. Based off Manga/Brotherhood.
Shape-shifter - Bound by sin and destined to die, the homunculi carry out Father's plans without questioning their place. That is until Ling Yao decides to take advantage of their infighting to learn the secret of immortality. Will the foreigner succeed in turning the homunculi against each other? Envy/Winry.
As an aside, if you find yourself following my updates on a story be wary: because I run a business full time and may drop the story completely for weeks and sometimes months. I ask for your patience with me when I do this, and I assure you that I always eventually come back to the story.
You can always check my story status updates in the section above to give you an idea. If it does say I won't finish, then I apologize and hopefully you won't lose interest in me as a writer all together.
Otherwise, please enjoy my stories, and I will remain,