Author has written 15 stories for Hogan's Heroes, Animorphs, Roman Dirge, Care Bears, Cyborg 009, Fullmetal Alchemist, Beauty and the Beast, Slayers, Higurashi/Umineko series, Undertale, and Hetalia - Axis Powers.
Hi, my name is Holli and I figure that it's about time that I jump on the bandwagon and do what most people do around here - namely, put up some info about myself.
I've been writing fan fiction for a long time (almost 13 years now!) and I've written for a lot of fandoms. Unfortunately (or is it fortunately?), most of the stories I've begun are languishing in a filing cabinet and on my hard drive because I'm not as good at finishing them as I am at starting them :)
My current ff.net project is "Embers" (Cyborg 009) although I'm not working exclusively on that. From time to time, you'll notice that I will post short stories that I've completed. However, as long as it takes me to get to the next chapter, I have not and will not be abandoning "Embers" - at over 50,000 words, it's the longest I've ever written and I definitely want to finish it!
For anyone still interested in "Leaper, Don't be a Hero!", I've hit a bit of an impasse on that but I still think I can do something with it. However, with "Embers" and my other project on my plate, it's not very high on my priority list. What I have revised, you can see on my website.
As for "A Leap for Lenore", I am offically abandoning it. I'll keep it up because I think it's interesting on its own but I won't be adding to it. However, if someone out there would like to do something more with it, contact me and we can work something out.
That's about it. Other people have lists of favorite shows, books, pairings and so forth but, as I mentioned before, I like a lot of fandoms and I don't think that anyone enjoys reading long lists. So, in closing, I'll leave you with the quote that I had written next to my senior picture in the high school yearbook:
"Come on in, the water's fine! I'll give you 'till the count of nine. And, if you're not in by then, I guess I'll have to count to ten!" - Anonymous