Author has written 17 stories for Naruto, and Hetalia - Axis Powers.
Here's somehing about me:
I love slash (BL). I love Naruto and APH and writing/reading fics of it. I love kiwi fruits. I have problems with English grammar. I love sleeping.
Out of Naruto NaruSasu is my OTP. And SuiSai is nice, 'cause they're just perfect for each other. :D In Hetalia I like lots of pairings but I'd say Spamano and UKUS are my favourites. :)
I read Naruto and Hetalia and write fics on those two. I also like Beyblade (usually something dark or KaiRei), crossovers (Harry Potter mostly), Cyborg 009 and several other series (manga, books and tv series), but this far have never written anything of them.
Also, I have a habit off rambling on my A/Ns, though I'm trying to get rid of that, at least trying to only ramble about things that the readers should know.
Random babble related to Naruto: Did you know that Hagakure (Hidden by leaves) was a collection of soldier rules for samurais from around 1700 Common Era? I was truly shocked when I read that bit of information in a book about Japan's history. Especially after Naruto chapter 456...
Une jeune femme dit à son mari fatigué qui vient de rentrer du travail: "Chéri, tu dois être content, bientôt nous serons trois dans notre petite famille."
"C'est pas vrai! Oh, ma chérie, quelle bonne surprise, je suis vraiment heureux! Tu es si belle! On l'a attendu si longtemps. Quand est-ce qu'il va arriver? Je suis sûr que ce sera un beau garcon."
"Mais non, chéri, c'est maman qui vient demain. Tu peux aller la chercher avec ses bagages très lourds à la gare?"
If you have the time or words to review, I'd like to hear what you liked best in the story. :) That's my way of trying to make my stories better.
And please try to bear with my confusing style. I think it's because I have a clear picture in my head of what's going on in the story and when I transfer it into the paper I forget the important parts or do them wrong... If you know what I mean. And plus English ain't my native language, so...
Also, one of my favourite movies is Inception. :D Maybe that explains something about my style?
I'm thinking on re-writing most of the stories because, well, there are some serious mistakes there. Typos and, hm, what else... But if I ever do such I guess I'll put a new chapter up, telling it's been rewritten, unless it's only proofreading (I sometimes read my texts over and correct the worst mistakes).
My on-going projects, still in 2016:
A NaruSasu/SasuNaru that might be ready someday. Plotless romance.
Ideas I am working on:
Some Naruto stories that need lots of plot-writing and lots lots of everything, but I'm seriously doubting whether they'll ever be finished.
Some Hetalia stories that have a plot but aren't even half-way there. These, also, might be endless projects.
A crack crossover that involces a series that has no categroy on FFNet. :D That's about done, maybe?
My Hetalia headcanons that I need to write out in public before I explode. :D (And also because I like writing and Hetalia.) (Nov 14, 2013) :
The countries have human IDs (passports and whatnots) and there they have a fake birth year. They use those IDs until the age given on those IDs doesn’t match their looks anymore and then renew it, starting from a year that makes them eighteen/21/whatever is the age of legal adulthood at their place, so they could use them as long as possible before going to renew them. For example Italy would start at being eighteen and use the IDs until they stated he was 30: people would start looking weirdly at him then and he’d go and renew it.
Germany = HRE -> long story short: HRE was officially killed, his people didn't die, he died for a moment as France killed him but regenerated into a young child without memories (only remembering people close to him) and Prussia gave him a new life because he couldn't stand losing him. Prussia has always called Germany/HRE West because he's always been west of him, and continued doing so because otherwise he might have accidentally called him HRE.
A shorty short GermanyKorea:
Germany had to admit it.