Author has written 6 stories for Gankutsuou: Count of Monte Cristo, Naruto, and Fafner in the Azure.
...the rest is left up to the imagination and google.
All projects are temporarily on hold. Quotidienne will get back to them...soonish. Promise.
Naruto: SPEEDOMETER & related stories. Because only in a nin-village do kids need to grow up so damned quickly. (current, first priority. progress: chapter 6 is being written. on hold)
Soukyuu no Fafner: Soushi drifts through time too sleekly to grab onto bits of himself, and finds, eventually, that when he can remember his name it is too late for Kazuki to do the same. Recollections, regrets, and radios: a series of shorts about their story--Soushi/Kazuki (and various other parings, mostly slash) (story #2 upcoming, on hold)
Naruto: The Frog Prince (Multi-chapter epic? Hopefully not. Part One, Chapter Two upcoming--some little boy will wake up and some toads will get a hell of a surprise, on hold)
TSUBASA RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE: Drabble set, upcoming. What did reality see behind falseness, and why is it okay after all this time (outlined, on hold)
Expect a chapter of my first priority project once every three weeks or so (excluding holiday times, for fairly obvious reasons). Why? These chapters have a great deal of thought cobbled together behind them, and, especially in the case of SPEEDOMETER, my current love-child, the source material is updated constantly, which wrecks havoc on outlines, I tell you, They cry out in pain.
Second priority works are usually done in off moments, spare time, and are published/updated sporadically, which is why I prefer leaving drabble sets there. While an overarching story is told, there is no need for a constant stream of updates.
Other works are visited when the mind strikes, unless popular opinion revises my priorities. For example, "The Frog Prince" may very well morph into a bit of an epic if I'm not careful, but it's something I'll be working on fleetingly, when inspiration visits, rather than the consistency afforded to projects like SPEEDOMETER which has been in the works for a much longer time.
Progress note: It. It's been a really long time. But everything will happen. Promise. Eventually. Last updated December 9, 2009.