Author has written 6 stories for Legend of Zelda.
(4/3/10) I'm back! For a while, anyway.
(9/5/08) Due to the minimal amount of feedback that I hoped for, along with an unfortunate loss of enthusiasm, there won't be any further updates of Kingdom Animalia. I apologize to the precious few who enjoyed it.
Also, I won't be updating Wolfsbane II again. Once more, I apologize, for failing to write it a second time. Honestly, I didn't have much of the story planned out the way I normally do, and anything I did have in mind was really, really lame. So rather than subject myself and readers to mediocre writing, I'm canceling it.
UPDATES END HERE
If you must know, I'm a day-dreaming, retrospective, inconsistent writer with a remarkably short attention span. Overlooking all that, I do hope you'll stay a while, and feel free to check out my published works. You'll notice that I am, through and through, a Legend of Zelda fanfiction author, and damn proud.
The Hyrulean Mare- COMPLETE
The Wolf and the Imp- COMPLETE
Kingdom Animalia- CANCELLED
Wolfsbane II: The Alpha- CANCELLED
Assembly Line Soldier- COMPLETE
My Policy on Reviews:
When reviewing a story, I will give my thorough and honest opinion. I don't leave "flames," as some call them. I believe the true definition of a "flame" is a review filled not with constructive critisism but nasty comments and voulgar put-downs, having no useful tips on how to improve the story. That said, I DON'T leave flames. True, there are some stories out there where the reviews I leave say nothing more than a pat on the the back and a statement of wonder, but...if you read those stories, you would too. See my Favorite Stories List.
And yes, if you message me and ask for me to review your story, I most certainly will. It doesn't neccesarily mean I'll follow through with the ENTIRE story, unless what I read catches my attention.
If You Choose to Review MY Work...
Congratulations; you've become my new best friend. =D Seriously though, I welcome all opinions, whether you're an expert in literature, mythology, or whatever the topic. Just one thing: if you try to convey your idea for a storyline, I will most likely ignore it. Why? Because I don't believe it's up to the reader to tell the writer what to do with a story. Of course, that doesn't mean I object to reviewers saying what they like, or don't like, about a story. Not to mention pointing out my spelling, grammar, and continuity mistakes. :)