Author has written 15 stories for Naruto, Haruhi Suzumiya series, Bleach, Hayate the Combat Butler, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
I've been on this site for quite a few years now, and I have had a lot to show for it. Many of my older stories have long been purged from these old halls, mostly because it was garbage. Being here has taught me a lot as a writer, and I realize that I still have much to learn. I'm not as dedicated as I once was, nor do I have nearly as much free time. Yet I will still try to write when I am able, that is a promise.
Upcoming Multi-Chapter Works
The Karakura Winter - Once childhood friends turned lovers, Ichigo and Rukia left Karakura ten years ago after a vicious falling out. Ten long years have passed, and now they are reunited once again under the snow of Karakura. Both of them have grown, and both of them are holding a secret: they are marrying another person. Will the flames of love be born anew? Or will their past, and their engagements, keep them forever apart?
Event Horizon - Two years after graduation Kyon is living peacefully as a web designer, with a stressed university student Haruhi as his neighbor. To Kyon all seems well, but as Haruhi begins to unravel at the seams, factions step from the shadows, and Kyon finds himself in a high stakes game to save himself, and Haruhi as well.
The Dragon of the West - From his young days as fire nation prince, to the end years as a humble tea shop owner. All great men have their stories, this is his. This is the tale of Iroh.
Glitched Calender - Part one of the SOS Brigade project. All Nagato wanted to do was make him a chocolate. Who could have known things would go so terrible wrong?
The Knight in Sour Armor - Part two of the SOS Brigade project. Koizumi finds Haruhi reading a trashy romance novel, and the pair agree Kyon's an idiot. Even if they don't realize it.
Self Control - Part three of the SOS Brigade project. Every day Mikuru thinks about making a move, of coming in closer and pressing her body to his, of giving him that kiss he's been dreaming up since they first met. Yet that is not her role to play. She is an angel: Forever cursed to watch as the one she loves, and who loves her, is slowly snatched away by God.
Strangled by the Red String - Part four of the SOS Brigade project. She agonizes over her attraction to him. He is not the smartest. Or the funnest. Or the most handsome. He is, in every sense, ordinary. He is everything she hates, so why is it that when he flashes her that look, she can barely stop the blood from flowing to her face?
Everything I know - Final part of the SOS Brigade project. He knows more than he lets on, and none of them are any the wiser. Great people are always willing to believe the commoners to be ignorant, and he had always been happy to play that role. Yet for some reason, he feels like telling her everything he knows, just to see if she'll react like he wants her to.
For the People We Love - Sakuya knew the moment Wataru turned up on her porch sobbing, that she was going to end up suffering for him. She didn't mind it though, we all do crazy things for the people we love.
The Sacrifice - Eight years ago Ichigo and Rukia went into hiding to protect the life of their daughter. However the Soul Society is hot on their trail, but they could not hide forever. Now Soul Society has come, and as they race to pass judgment on his family, Ichigo must decide what he is willing to sacrifice in order to protect.
Their Five Stages - Ichigo and Rukia find themselves in the rather cliche position of having slept together in a moment of mutual weakness. Now they try to return to their normal lives, but can they quell their feelings? Or will these two helpless lovebirds actually figure it out?
Perspectives on Hayate - Who could have known that such an unlucky butler would touch the lives of so many. These are their feelings for our unlikely hero: some tragic, some beautiful, some just plain hilarious. With just a smile, he changes all of their lives.
Commentaries On Completed Works
Kinoko Nasu (Kara no Kyoukai, Fate/Stay Night, Tsukihime, Notes)
Johnathan Stroud (The Bartimaeus Trilogy)
Kurt Vonnegut (Slaughterhouse Five, Cat's Cradle, Sirens of Titan, etc.)
George Orwell (1984)
Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
Many, many others.
"When the last living thing has died on account of us, how poetical would it be if Earth could say, a voice floating up perhaps from the floor of the grand canyon, "It is done. People did not like it here." - Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
I'll show you. This is what it means to kill something." - Shiki Tohno, Tsukihime
"A person is smart, people are dangerous, panicky animals and we both know it." Men In Black
"If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the might one -- I am become death, the shatterer of worlds." - Robert Oppenheimer after the first ever atomic explosion
"We have choices. Some people like to stand out in the rain without an umbrella. That's what it means to be free." - Big O
"Believe nothing, no matter who said it, not even if I said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and common sense." - Buddha
"As long as men are obliged to die, some of them, unable to endure the prospect, will concoct fond illusions. We cannot assassinate or kill an illusion, in fact, illusion is more likely to kill us -- for God puts to death everything that stands up to him, beginning with reason, intelligence, and the critical mind." - Michael Onfray
"Expect the best. Be prepared for the worst. Fuck what other think, and do your own thing." - Anon, adopted as my personal philosophy on life.
"WAR IS PEACE, FREEDOM IS SLAVERY, IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH" - 1984