Author has written 55 stories for Ranma, Gundam Wing/AC, Harry Potter, Avatar: Last Airbender, Teen Titans, Sailor Moon, Pokémon, Naruto, and Phineas and Ferb.
I have started a blog of amateur advice for writing, calling myself RecWri (for Recreational Writer). Please follow it at http://recwri.blogspot.com/ if you're interested. Currently on Hiatus, but there's still a lot of back posts that you may find useful, or at least entertaining!
Disclaimer: If it's on this site, then I didn't come up with the thing in the "category" section of any of these stories. If I had, I would be rich. I am not. I am stone cold poor. No cash. Zero. Zip. Nada. The stories I write are for entertainment and not for profit. If they were for profit, and if they were based on skill, I would... still be poor.
Every year in October, I participate in a writing event called Gundam Legends. It started as re-telling Urban Legends with Gundam Characters, and has since turned into putting a character from any fandom in horror situations. So, usually, my muse is busy thinking up or being inspired by horror stories for otherwise innocent characters to go through. None of these follow a storyline. After Halloween, I wait a bit to post them, and they make up a little more than half of my works. Some are, I've been told, terribly scary, and others
I am open to challenges. PM me with one. However, the following rules are in place regarding them: Any fandom I have written for is fair game. Marvel and DC Universes are fair game (this includes TV shows, comics, and books). Superheroes in general are fair game, but will take me longer if I don't know the specific genre (Champions, for instance). Only het pairings, sorry. No smut. Challenges will be done one per week, and if I finish one before the week is up, I'll do another if I have time. RL comes first. For the first challenge, PM me. For all subsequent, requests can be done through PMs or comments. I don't know if they'll be posted in several categories or one big one, yet :X
My all time favorite authors (In no particular order):
RadiantBeam: She has been my first fanfiction.net friend, and my admiration for her has bloomed into respect. I am, therefore, biased. However, she has taken several genres I'm not usually interested in and made them interesting. She is an amazing and prolific writer. Many either write well or write fast. She manages to do both.
Invaderk: I first encountered Invaderk while I was writing The Avatar Snare. She (bravely, in my opinion) volunteered to my call for a beta, and did a magnificent job. I decided I needed to see her writing, and I noted something: She has fun with her writing, and it shows. She's an amazing writer.
Emmy Kay:A recent find, Emmy Kay is new to fanfiction.net, but it doesn't show. Her writing flows so well, and captures the sense of the story. She builds worlds and paints them using only the English (and a smattering of Japanese) language. What's amazing is in those little pools of Japanese language. She doesn't destroy the flow of the story, and even though she explains the complete meaning behind the Japanese words, she inserts it so smoothly, with just enough context, that it hardly registers.
Begin ACTUAL profile:
I'm not exactly new to writing. Some of my stories are contained onunder the author name of Jai-kun. I have also moved all of my fiction from my personal site to here for safe keeping. I have also submitted a bunch of horror/ghost stories here to Gundam Legends ( ).
I started writing when I was 15. Most of those stories are lost (I'm not sure that's a bad thing). After a hiatus for "growing up", I started writing again when I was 23. I've been writing, on and off, for years now.
To be honest, I want to be a writer, but I know I lack some skill, mostly due to laziness. So a lot of my newer writing, especially oneshots, is practice for a future career. As a result, it may seem incomplete or emphasize too much on a certain aspect (dialogue, character development, scene description, etc). That is intentional, usually, because I am practicing that.
The fandoms I intend to fill this space with will be odd to hear from a 35 year old guy. Well... sorry about that. If you find it creepy, I apologize profusely that you feel that way. But I enjoy some kid things and I don't think it's harming anything, so there.
My preferred shippings are as follows: I like whatever I write, some long term, some not-so-long term. Most of my pairing preferences are considered canon now, so no need to go into that. That being established, I will dabble with a little with other pairings if it appeals to me. I also like to make seemingly impossible pairings/situations seem plausible, and will dabble in that as well. I'm lead to believe fans are rabidly attached to their pairing preference, so let me get this out now: I don't care. If I get a flame just because I wrote a pairing I like, I'll laugh an delete it. Ah, the pleasures of age!
I'm currently working, sporadically, on a series of Sailor Moon Original Character fictions. I seem to have a bit of a hypocrisy reflex. I will decide I don't like a certain type of story (AU, Original Character, etc, etc) and then immediately be compelled to write it. -.-
I call the series my "Watcher" series, based on the fact that the first story was about my original character was at that time only watching his love interest, and the story was, therefore, named Watching Over You. The chapters are as follows:
Watching Over You
More will be added as they are written. I am, oddly, quite proud of most of the writing in this story in a way I hadn't been since The Avatar Snare reached it's fifth chapter and the story really started progressing. >.>
Lastly, like most authors, I value comments of most kinds. I usually ignore flames, with a light chuckle, but honest critiques, questions, and, of course, praise will be accepted with open arms. Short of begging, I am asking to comment as you feel the need. I would love to get better, and you can help with this if you just gimme a poke :D
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