Author has written 14 stories for Tales of Destiny, Final Fantasy VIII, Castlevania, Demon's Souls, Dynasty Warriors, Imadoki no Vampire: Bloody Bride, World Only God Knows/神のみぞ知るセカイ, and Rosario + Vampire.
I'm considering coming up with a new pen name. Not that you care, of course...
Hmm, I might actually put some information on here at some point...maybe it will all be in Japanese or something, I don't know.
General Disclaimer: All rights to the characters, games, anime, etc. I write about belong to their respective owners.
Castlevania: Soma is as he is in the original Japanese versions of Aria and Dawn of Sorrow. That is, he is Japanese and his name is Kurusu Soma (来須 蒼真). Technically the 'So' portion of his given name is lengthened (meaning it could be written Souma), but I choose to leave that out as many romanizations of Japanese names do. On that note, I also refrain from writing Arikado's assumed given name as "Gen'ya", preferring "Genya". Even though this could be interpreted as げにゃ, which is not the proper pronunciation (the correct way is げんや), I do it this way because it looks nicer to me.
Imadoki no Vampire: Bloody Bride: I used the family name "Murasame" as Phaid's name in the human world. I made this up. As far as I know there is no official information regarding his alias. Also, I used "Akira" as Jinguji's given name. I happen to think this was a mistake by the translator, as the first character of his given name (玲緒) alone could be read as "Akira". I can read both the kanji of his given name, however, as "Reo", which seems much more fitting. Not that strange, I suppose, since I don't think Jinguji ever gives Phaid his given name in the game. Also, Reo's sister is a character I invented as well.
As for monsters at night, I reason that they only specifically attack Phaid (and probably Reo as well) because of their auras, as vampire and hunter, respectively. With only a small dark energy in the area, the monsters roam only at night and avoid human contact naturally. Thus, normal humans don't know about them.