Author has written 3 stories for Naruto.
The name is Ben, Benny, or Benjamin. (Take your pick)
I'm 20 years old and a guy.
Do a ton of reading here. I'm a fan of several fandoms, but my favorite ones have to be Naruto, How to Train Your Dragon, Last Exile, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.
I've been reading fanfics here for a long time now and about a year ago I got up the nerve to post my first one. It is complete now and I have posted two other one-shots while writing it. I have more ideas brimming and hope to write them soon. At the moment, I find the only thing I can actually come up with plots for is Naruto. I hope someday in the future to be able to branch farther and write for many other fandoms. One can only hope.
In regards to Legends of Hard Work (since I know many of you are curious). For the time being I have abandoned it due to not having an idea for a proper plot. I apologize for starting something that I in the end realized I wasn't able to finish. I removed it from the site because even if I do restart it, it is unlikely I will go with the plot I was using unless I can successfully find a way to salvage the later arcs I had planned for it. In the meantime, I hope to one day post something new and completely different for you all to read.
My Stories -
Geniuses of Hard Work, my first story. Completed. Guy takes Naruto and Hinata on his team by giving Tenten and Neji to Kakashi in a bet that changes lives forever. I was pleasantly surprised by the over-all success of this story. Alas, all good things must come to an end and while at one point I considered doing a sequel, I have decided against it for now.
My first one-shot The Misadventures of Detective Lee. The idea came from my first story, Geniuses of Hard Work, but other than that, the two are completely unrelated. It is simply intended to be just a funny little thing I wrote that wouldn't leave my mind. I did however, leave it open for more to be added if I ever find some inspiration for it. The problem is, I discovered that writing good mysteries is hard. I have a lot more respect for people who can really pull them off now.
My One-shot Fodder is just a short, sad story about the 4th Great Ninja War. It can be looked at as a tribute to the 40,000 unnamed Shinobi who died in the battle in just one day.