Author has written 18 stories for Xiaolin Showdown, Twilight, Avatar: Last Airbender, X-Men: Evolution, and Legend of Korra.
Been hooked on Avatar The Last Airbender (Damn you David Cameron for coming up with that PocahantasHalo crossover - I always have to explain myself when I say 'Avatar' now) again. I can't wait for Korra to come out; meanwhile, I shall busy myself with writing strange fanfictions that keep popping up in my head. It's strange how the series can be so beautifully developed, and yet there is still so much room for fandom.
Was rewatching X-Men cartoons so expect fanfics about that. (Gambit x Rogue forever.
As you can see, most of my stories are Chase Young (Xiaolin Showdown) X Eva (this OC who keeps getting into my dreams). I'm going to try my best to move on from this couple (Created what, 4 years ago? Damn, that's a long time), create a new OC (actually I've got this Naruto one in my head, but I don' t think I will get down to it because she/they're really Mary Sueish. Perhaps forgivable in a 14 year old. Not so much in a 18 year old.) Maybe I'll come up with something new for Chase. I don't know why I'm still stuck with him, probably because he's a very cool character.
I know that some (most/all) of my earlier fics sound like they've been written by some hormonal teenage girl and have got no plot, little description and practically non existent characterisation; please bear in mind the fact that I wrote "The Shadow of a Dream" when I was a hormonal teenager of 13 years. I keep it there because I am proud of the time and countless pieces of paper and pencils when writing it.
I've been reading a lotta Chack (ie. Chase/Jack from XS again. Yes, Yaoi, gay love, shounen ai, you name it.) Crystallicsky is a good read if you like that stuff - check out her FF account. I was really in love with Resmiranda's "Tales from the House of the Moon" and the rest of her writing. She's probably the most fantastic writer I've ever seen online. (Check out her works, especially if you're an Inuyasha fan.) I'll read most things so long as 1) The author can be bothered to write in standard, grammatically correct English (I have a feeling that sentence is a little off. The irony.) with double spaced paragraphs, correct punctuation, etc. and 2) I actually know the characters in the FF.
Reviews are very much appreciated! They're what keeps me going. (No seriously, they are. I tend not to finish projects if they are not read.)
Works in progress:
Tale of the Fire Prince and the Water Maiden (Avatar The Last Airbender)
Hearts and Diamonds (X-Men Evolution)