Author has written 7 stories for Danny Phantom, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
Yeah, a white wolf aint' exactly a blue beluga, but since both image and name were impulse decisions, I'm not too concerned about it.
Name on here is, obviously, Blue Beluga. I'm male, bored, and don't feel the need to inform you of my age or location.
So, I've started working on Naruto fan fiction. Nothing has, obviously, been posted as of yet as I'm trying to get a large chunk done and edited. The goal is to have some sort of consistency with updates, which definitely wouldn't have happened considering how many times I have re-written the first eleven chapters of the story I'm working on (don't get me started on the other 2 secondary stories). While I still enjoy the premise of both Danny Phantom and Avatar, I think the Naruto-verse has so much more flexibility and background to work with. Plus, considering that background, I believe there is no such thing as "overpower" or "unrealistic" in Naruto (Just look at how young Kakashi was when he became Jonin or Pain or Madara or...) which allows so much room for creativity.
On another note, it just struck me: ff.net is a site, you could say, that is dedicated to the written word, yet here I see some of the most atrocious examples of grammar/spelling/intelligence. It doesn't kill you all to use a spellchecker. Free ones are everywhere. Hell, there's one built into my damned web browser. MS Word has it, if you don't want to pay for word, then get Open Office. I bet you they have it as well. I'm not saying be perfect, as I know I'm far from perfect myself (very far, in fact), when I read a fic, I can tell when someone either doesn't know or doesn't care vs. when someone merely misses something in their editing.