Author has written 62 stories for Gargoyles, Movie X-overs, Buffy X-overs, Cartoon X-overs, TV X-overs, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Star Wars, Avatar: Last Airbender, X-Men, Bleach, Andromeda, Smallville, Naruto, Young Justice, Avengers, Fairy Tail, Marvel, Lord of the Rings, Stargate: SG-1, Men in Black, The Series, Sekirei, Young Avengers, Metal Gear, Harry Potter, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Mortal Kombat, Halo, Toaru Majutsu no Index/とある魔術の禁書目録, Devil May Cry, Final Fantasy VII, DC Superheroes, Gundam Seed, Inuyasha, Fate/stay night, and Utawarerumono.
Now I know it's been forever since I changed this so I figured I'd give it a shot now while I can.
First of all I am sad to say that unless my muse regains an interest in the show my fanfics involving the Disney cartoon 'Gargoyles' as the central universe will not be resuming. It was nice while it lasted but I've lost interest.
Secondly while I will be doing my best to work on my in progress fanfics and post new chapters I ask for a bit of patience since RL(Real Life) has to take priority. Add to that the fact that my enthusiasm to work on a fic is dependant on whatever my muse is interested in at the moment and I might prefer to work on the newer material rather than review, revise and resume work on something I haven't touched in a long time.
Lastly while I know that all of you are entitled to your own opinions know that I will not change the story I wish to tell no matter how many flaming reviews or PMs are sent my way. I write because it's fun and because it's nice to hear that others enjoy reading my work. If you won't approve of my work or just don't like where I'm taking things then go elsewhere.
As of today the only people who can compel me to change the content of my stories would be the people in charge of fan fiction.net. If those people say 'change this character's name' or 'rewrite this scene because the rules of the website do not permit this' then I will within reason do as they request.
In any case I hope those who enjoy reading my work will continue to do so since as many authors will agree it is the feedback and praise of the readers that best fuels a writer's desire to continue writing.