Author has written 7 stories for Inuyasha, Kuroshitsuji, and Manhwa/Korean Comics/만화.
Woohoo! Eighty-four chapters of Kagome's Blood has been pulled from dozens of different versions and files and loaded into Scrivener! Some chapters will be deleted and the whole story will get a facelift. Censored portions will end up on archiveofourown(dot)org under my normal penname-Snowfall. Excited to actually get working on it!
If you are family: Please walk on by. I like keeping my writing life separate for a very good reason. You should thank me for the warning.
Other places you can find me: archiveofourown(dot)org. I won't friend anyone on a social networking site if I don't first receive a PM or email asking permission. Most of my blogging sites are now private and I trace someone before I friend them. If you don't have an internet history, or if I can trace you to known trolls, I won't friend you. Thanks, but I already have fandom frenemies on my social sites and don't need more.
Fandoms I read: Inuyasha, Kuroshitsuji, Loveless, Crimson Spell, Viewfinder, Koi Suru Boukun, Asterisk, Fake, Avengers (movie), Thor (movie), Ayatsuri Sakon, Beelzebub, Noblesse.
I pretty much stick to the Inuyasha universe when it comes to writing (but I dabble elsewhere) and have been corrupted by yaoi with Sess/Inu as my favorite pairing. I have written other pairings and my first were canon. You can find me on Archive of Our Own (AO3) under the pen name, Snowfall, which I had used when I first started writing and posting on adultfanfiction net, but I am no longer on that site. Also, because mediaminer hasn't fixed formatting issues in the section in which I post, and Y!Gallery is just too time consuming and tedious, I no longer post on those sites.
About 'Kagome's Blood': This story was the victim of Murphy's Law. The site it had originally been posted on crashed and garbled the story while, at the same time, my brother accidentally wiped out the drive that held the story. Also, the backup somehow became trashed. So, three copies gone bad and one chapter lost. I now have the lost chapter and a copy of most the story from sweet fans, but there is so much work to be done on it. That is one of the reasons why it is slow to update. The other reason is that I'm not well, so concentrating on preparing, editing and doing whatever else the chapters need is difficult. I'm also editing my yaoi stories and posting them on Archive of Our Own. I can only apologize for the delays. I'm doing the best I can. Brain damage sucks.
Other Stories: I'm posting my explicit yaoi over at archiveofourown (dot) org under the pen name Snowfall. It's too hardcore for this site. All fics are undergoing editing. You should know that I have seizures and other health issues that slow down my writing and updates. Sketches is an Inu/Kag that was once plagiarized and posted here as 'Drawings' and that was misspelled. LOL I'm considering putting it up here as well.
Barriers: I have brain damage that causes complex/partial seizures, which also causes memory loss. Before being diagnosed, I could barely read and couldn't write for two years. I am constantly relearning grammar and vocabulary, and must do constant re-reads in order to remember what I've written. It slows me down and makes it difficult to focus. It can also cause swift changes my in writing style of which I'm unaware unless someone points it out. Until things are straightened out with those and with kidney issues, I can't take any medications. Many pardons for making you wait. :)
Fandom Pet Peeve: Fan fiction writers who are so arrogant that they believe readers should leave long constructive critiques and who bash readers who give short comments. Seriously? When you publish your first book, unless you have friends in high places or someone who stands to gain from your sales, you have to actually PAY for constructive critiques. Most readers are not writers and wouldn't even be aware of 'constructive critics', much less know how to give one. And, YOU aren't paying them. YOU authors don't deserve your readers because you cannot appreciate their expressed enthusiasm. If I become aware that a fan fiction writer has expressed disappointment or a lack of enthusiasm for short reviews, I refuse to read and review that author. An author like this is worse than a flaming troll. If you authors want free information about how you are doing, show some respect and ask your readers specific questions that they can understand and answer.
Caveat for new writers: If you are considering writing and posting fan fiction, you need to be aware that if one of your stories becomes popular in a particular fandom, you will be trolled, flamed, befriended by trolls who will try to set you up to lose your friends, fans, and get you kicked off sites. There are groups that make it their mission to destroy writers who show more talent than they have. Sock puppets are constantly used and members of these groups will try to befriend you and get as much personal information as they can (even setting up a fake quiz site that asks for your personal information if you want to get quiz results), they will attempt to turn your reviewers and online friends against you by any means they can, they will flame you under sock puppet accounts on any site you post your popular story in order to discourage you, try to start flame wars on your review board, try to get you kicked off sites, impersonate you, make false accusations, use sock puppets to try to draw you into fights that will get you kicked off sites. This list goes on and on. Just beware and know that admin is full of trolls. Admin cannot be trusted. Do not mix your writerly endeavors with personal social sites. Create social profiles under your pen name. Don't mix the two and never use your real name because some trolls are such bitter creatures that they will attempt to destroy your personal life. It has happened. So, don't be stupid and make sure you can take the heat before you post.