Author has written 52 stories for Cowboy Bebop, Teen Titans, Little Women, Harry Potter, Avatar: Last Airbender, Redwall, Legend of Zelda, Naruto, Soul Eater, Bones, Alice in Wonderland, Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Rise of the Guardians, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Misc. Anime/Manga, Fate/stay night, Adventure Time with Finn and Jake, Frozen, and Legend of Korra.
I'm a slightly crazy, uber-sarcastic, twenty-six-year-old, female hopeless romantic who loves herself some angst.
And hey, if you're here, then you must like how I write. You're in luck! Not only do I have dozens of fanfictions, I also have original works as well!
I am a published author; I've written a high fantasy novel, Iceblade, which is available in print as a paperback at CreateSpace here:
and also all eBook formats for purchase/sampling here:
Fortunately, it's not only in Kindle and Apple formats but also ones like .pdf, which are downloaded and readable on a normal computer (no fancy tech required!).
So, basically, you should buy it. 'Nuff said.
Back to all things fanficcy now.
I write on whims. My muse is a nutcase. Updates will not be consistent, or if they are consistent, then only consistently infrequent.
My favorite pieces (with my favorite lines from each) that I've written (in that they've withstood the test of time, in that I don't want to revise them, even now) are as follows:
"Stay", an Avatar: The Last Airbender, Zutara one-shot. (As if she just might anyway.)
"Requiem for the Ice", an Avatar: The Last Airbender, Katara-centric one-shot. (...her eyes farther away than mere miles could measure.)
"Definition", a Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, general one-shot. (But even fire can be extinguished.)
"Ending in a Scar", a Harry Potter, Harmony one-shot. (Little did she know--or perhaps she did--that he needed her whether she had all the answers or not.)
It's a short list, and it's not reflected in review count, but there's something about these stories that I particularly like. I think it's the poetic, abstract quality of the prose that's difficult to execute but so wonderful when it comes out right. Or it's possible that it's because they're all short, and therefore, there's less time for something to go wrong. Anyhoo, in case you're curious about where my author's pride lies, it's in these stories.
Original Pieces: http://www.fictionpress.com/u/576229/justcallmefaye (angst. fluff. flangst. some other random drabbles.)
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