Author has written 2 stories for Naruto, and Stargate: SG-1.
Age: Older than you think.
Location: United States
Favorite Anime and Manga: Naruto/Naruto: Shippuuden, Veritas, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Eureka Seven, InuYasha, Bleach, Full Metal Alchemist, Cowboy Bebop, Basquash!
Interests: Writing, Japanese manga and anime, science fiction, movies, SCUBA diving, weight lifting, reading, history, web design, football, auto racing (particularly GT and endurance racing), space and aviation.
Tools & Reference Material for Readers and Writers
1) Narutopedia A Naruto wiki hosted by Wikia-dot-com. An good reference for the Naruto universe that I prefer over Wikipedia's Naruto entry.
2) NarutoFan is an excellent source for various Naruto media and general information.
3) Naruto Central is another excellent fan source for Naruto media and general information.
4) Behind the Name: Japanese Names is a list of Japanese names and their meanings. A really great tool for writers, if like me, you have trouble coming up with Japanese sounding names for your OC's.
5) The Obakemono Project is a good reference on creatures from Japanese mythology and folklore.
6) Japanese Name Gender Finder is the place to go to find out if a Japanese name is male, female, or family. Also a good place to find names for OC's although it doesn't give the meanings of the names like Behind the Name.
7) Animelab.com has a Japanese dictionary and translator and a Kanji guide, among other tools for writers and fans.
8) Gate World is a great reference for Stargate fans and for readers of Shinobi Odyssey, my Naruto/Stargate SG-1 crossover, who aren't familiar with the Stargate 'verse.
9) Leaf Ninja is the most comprehensive Naruto reference I am aware of. This is a great resource for looking fans and writers alike. My only complaint is whoever runs the site occasionally lets their personal biases show through in some of the entries.
10) Huntsvilletiger's Deviant Art Favorites. I get a lot of inspiration for my writing from fan art, and have a rather extensive 'favorites' collection on Deviant Art.
(BTW: A big thanks to Dragon Man 180, who inspired this section of my profile and was the source for some of these links. They were a big help in writing Faith of the Heart. Be sure to check out his stories.