Author has written 11 stories for Spirited Away, Inuyasha, Rurouni Kenshin, Samurai Champloo, and Hey Arnold.
Name: Still not telling
Location: Two cities-- Boston and Chicago
Likes: When I was younger, I was into a lot of different animes, but as I got older, I toned it down quite a bit and now there are only a handful of animes to which I remained devoted; like any person with good sense Inuyasha is one of them. The other animes to which I remain loyal are Rurouni Kenshin, Spirited Away, Samurai Champloo, Bleach...that's about it. I don't really have fave pairings, but there are def pairing I CAN'T read...I am for the most part pretty open minded and can tolerate most everything and pairing.
March First: The story was inspired by a song by the incomparable Sufjan Stevens called 'Casimir Pulaski Day', a random holiday in Chicago on March first (hence the title).
Species, Milady?: An amusing one-shot about Rin and this random stupid guy that questions her status and mental stability.
Biology IS Good For Something!: This randomly entered my head when I was at school and I was just kind of lingering around in my dorm...But I thought it could be sort of funny to have ditzy little Kagome think of Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha as dogs.
War Games: I was randomly thinking of what kind of games Sesshoumaru played as a child, and after some plot tweaking, this came up. I really like it, or at least the idea--and thinking of everybody as chibis is quite fun!
A Walk With Koga: EEEEWWWWW!! He's looking where?! I actually didn't write this for ff.net. I didn't even write it cause I was bored (THATS a shocker!!). It was written for character approval in an RPG I'm participating in--I figured someone would appreciate the dirty humor, et voila!
Neighbors: It has, so far, become my favorite thing I've ever written. It's a depart from the norm, and I think that I took pretty in-character portrayals and put them into a really REALLY alternate universe.
Rin's Womans Institution: See what happens when you're restless? I've been bored or something akin lately and this is a nice release. It was inspired, as usual, by my staring at the ceiling in my room at 11 pm. Its an adorable little cutesy ditty, and takes second seat to 'War Games' in my favorites.