Author has written 12 stories for Dragon Ball Z, Book X-overs, and Harry Potter.
For those getting to know me:
Name: You may call me Lady, LF-chan, or Ananda
Age: Tsk, tsk now, lovlies. It's hardly polite to ask a lady her age.
Schooling: I am a geek. I study history.
Favortie Color: Green. That pretty green that can't be anything but. The best color in the world. Ah. . .
Favorite Book: Angel of Darkness by Caleb Carr. Murder Mystery set in the late 1890's. Wonderful book.
Favorite Series: Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter are, I think, currently tied, though I am also fond of all of Tamora Perice's works.
Favorite Silly Quote: "This is my axe, that is your face. You'd you like them to meet?" A quote on the Throw Axe Card from DragonStorm
Favorite Serious Quote: "History is not dead. It is not even past." Haven't the slighest who said that.
Anything remotly interesting: I role-play, and my favorite game is DragonStorm. Check it out at dragonstorm.com please! The game is still growing and I'd love to see what you think! I also play the flute and saxophone, and I have several poems on fictionpress.net under Lady Foeseeker. Please check them out. I want to get them published for real someday and feedback is greatly loved.
For my faithful readers:
About my Fanfictions:
For all of them: I have to fix the formatting. One of the downsides to being on this site so long is that some of the changes have royally screwed over some of my formatting. I've gone through at least four sets of scene change marks, from being unable to use italics to being able to use italics, and having some of the original, functional, puntcion I used for telepathy or whatever to no longer working. So, formatting corrections for all! And to all a good night! Just kidding. But not about formatting corrections.
Where Angels Fear to Tread: I have a fiale started for a new chapter. . . the problem with this story is that I'm kicking a dead horse. I actaully have two seperate stories in one (which wasn't my intention) and I thought it was getting too long. Now that I've realized I have two seperate and distinct plotlines, I hope it will go faster. I'm also getting ready to wind down. Yup, this story is almost completed. I would say I have five or ten chapters left, at most, and then it will be done.
Shades of Darkness and Lost in the Darkness: These stories need to under-go massive revision. And I do mean massive. I plan on rewriting each chapter one at a time, improving on the orginal story. It's a good idea, and when I posted it, it was also one of the first of its kind. Now I need to take the work I did and match it up with the expectations I have now. The result will flow much better, have fewer mistakes, and look better. I also think everyone will enjoy it more.
Harry Potter and the Saiya-Jins Power: I need to scrap this a second time, which sucks. I keep trying to do one thing, and can't because I'm doing it the wrong way. I know that now, but I didn't when I started it. Forgive the ignorance of my youth. The end result will be wonderful, I promise.
Shadow Dancer: I re-read this today and shuddered. I don't know what I was thinking. It's terrible! I'm going to leave what I have up, for now at least, so amuse yourselves with it. Hopefully I'll fix it and I won't want to cry when I read it over.
Shadow Warriors: I like this story. I think it's a good idea. So why don't I update it? I just pass it by and think, yeah, I should write this. Why is this such an issue? Some of my reviewers need to kick by butt for me to get it done!
Half-Breed Revolution: You know, I did plan to take down this story, since it seems so Mary Sueish to me. . . Odd for me, I know, since I'm such a stickler for my characters, but the readers that have reviewed don't seem to think so, which confuses me terribly. Six chapters and twenty six reviews is not a Mary Sue story. . . This story will remain, and since it will remain I will finish it, but this story will also be a by-my-time basis, and I am very short on time right now.
I have a few one shots now, and I hope you take some time to read them, as I do like all of them. I'm not in the habit of posting things I hate, otherwise this place would be full of crap. Actually. . . I don't post half the stuff I write. . . eh, well, whatever. I would like you to review what I consider my "character sketches" and hope you enjoy them. Perosnally, "Beyond the Veil" is, I think, my favorite.
All my stories as researched extensively and I try to keep small descrepencies from entering my story. When they are pointed out to me, or when I see them, it often causes need for a massive re-write simply because of all the things I tie together. I try to make theses stories an escape for the reader, and to do that they must also be in the context of human nature. Flatly, everything I write is to escape reality by making people who have extordinary powers remain people. It takes a great deal of work. I'm sorry for the slow updates, but to create the works the way they were meant to be, to create the intricate balence between real and fantesy, it takes time.
One more thing. Several reviews in "Beyond the Veil" have requested me to continue the story. While it is a good idea I may do someday, I don't have the time right now. If anyone (or several anyones) would like to, please feel free. Just let me know so I can advertise you in the story itself and add a note that says you haven't stolen anything. Send me the name of the story you've written, your pen name, any warnings, the rating, and a short summary (try to keep it to the length of the one that goes on the story pages at ff.net, please, though if the summery is inside the story, I will be sure to mention that). I will put them on the bottom of the story so people reading it can find them.
Thank you all for being so patient with me.
I love all of my wonderful readers and reviewers.