Author has written 16 stories for Naruto, Camp Rock, NCIS: Los Angeles, Harry Potter, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
Type Of Writing: Drama, and psychological.
Strong Areas: Psychological description, and possibly character development.
Type Of Characters: I love mysterious characters, they are complex, and that makes them fun to write.
Because Roses are not Always Red (Naruto). A series of one-shots that picture Kakashi as a mute, and the changes and feelings that come with it.
Sun Rises Like Rain (Naruto/Harry Potter crossover). Dumbledore has no more ideas on how to keep Harry Potter safe after the attack on the Triwizard Tournament. So he searches far and wide for capable guards that can ensure the boy's protection. His sight falls on a war-drained Konoha, and Sandaime's sight falls on Team Minato for survival opportunities. Yaoi, Minato/Kakashi pairing.
1. Seeking for Paradise (Fullmetal Alchemist/Harry Potter crossover). And a Royed, at that. It's set on the fourth HP book. I already started it along with Prongslette94, but I'm still not sure when I'll post it, since I already have an HP crossover going on, but yeah. Look forward to that.
2. The Sky is There Pokémon. A novelization of the events of Heartgold and Soulsilver, with the little twist that the main character is Morty's son. The first few chapters are pre-journey.
Legends of Fire (Naruto). Grown up and with their own legacy to protect, the former Konoha 11 must face a new threat lingering over them. The new generation of ninjas has been born, however, and they can feel the weight of the world falling on their shoulders. Available in English and Spanish. (Disponible en español e inglés).
A Different Life (NCIS: Los Angeles). Thirteen-year-old G. Callen has been missing for two months, kidnapped by a dangerous man. He is rescued from his misery by NCIS Special Agent in Charge Sam Hanna, who decides to take him in. Will G make it?
*Never give up, the greatest authors probably had as much of a hard time as you do right now, keep on writing to become better.
*Accept Criticism: Many probably won’t like it, but constructive criticism is the only way to get better. Remember that if someone tells you about something that you are doing wrong, it’s because they are interested in seeing you become better, they probably see that potential that you think you are lacking.
*Read. Inspiration often comes from another people’s inspiration, and you may get pointers on how to perform a certain stunt, how to do better descriptions and find yourself in a complete different level before you know it.
And finally, write whatever you want to write, not what you think others want, that way, you will have fun.
PHRASES AND QUOTES:
"I see humans but no humanity" -Anonymous
"In a society that has abolished all adventure, the only adventure left is to abolish that society" - Anonymous
Speak up for those who cannot speak.
"Yeah, Furbies were oddly scared and defensive of being turned off."
"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." -Mark Twain
"There's nothing like a Star Wars quote to encourage mayhem"
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