Author has written 12 stories for Dragon Ball Z, and Naruto.
Birthday February 12th
Languages: Fluent in both english and french. Raised as french but prefers to speak english.
Likes: Star Wars, Star Trek, Dragonball Z, Naruto, Yugioh!, Military History, Tanks, Warships, Wrestling and The UFC.
Video Game Preferences: First Person Shooters, Dogfighting Games, Real-Time Strategy and Dbz and Naruto Games.
About me: Now about me, my real name is Jean-Marc LeBlanc. I've been a life-long resident of Dieppe, New-Brunswick, Canada. It's part of the Greater Moncton area, although we are officially our own independent town, we are always recognized as a part of Moncton. We are a part of Moncton, we are known as the "Hub of the Maritimes". A small city by the world's standards but pretty big by the local standards. A humble nice friendly place to live.
I am a only child, and up until I was 13 I lived with my mother and father. But then my dad passed away in his sleep from a heart attack in the night one late night in July of 2000. Then I lived with my mom, just me and her, and up until recently I lived with her until she basically kicked me out and having me live in different homes up until I'm ready for a place of my own. My father's death was very traumatic for me and changed me, it left a hole in our lives we've never been able to fully close and started me on the path of a major funk I was in. I had a best friend that I had since practically we were born, living as next door neighbors for the first 7 years of our lives. My best friend and I were inseperable, we liked the same things at the same time like Star Wars and other stuff. To me, he was my everything, he was the reason I could face the world. Because I found that family are sort of forced to love you, they don't necessarily have to like you as a person, but they are forced to love you, like it's their job. But a friend? A friend is a stranger who you've managed to get to like you through the force of your personality, what's wrong and good about you, that if you are a good person through how you are with your friends. But then he moved away to a much bigger house down the neighborhood. And then we started growing apart for some reason. He began growing more distant, more angry towards everybody, towards me, and in time, we grew to not seeing each other. I grew afraid of contact with him for fear of rejection, it "damaged" me for the rejection I felt with that first friendship. It makes me sad and depressed to this day thinking about it. About what it was about me as a friend that he didn't like about me to make him want to reject me. What was wrong about me? What was wrong with me? It made me start doubting me, and gave rise to self-confidence issues I still have problems with to this day! I still don't what was wrong with him, and the last time I spoke to him, he didn't even REMEMBER those times. I had very few friends growing up, and in my teen years I lost contact with all of them as I was forced from Highschool at 15. All that within a span of two or three years really changed me and made me into a sheltered, outcast of a man. I don't like going out much now.
I went to all french schools and was raised in a mostly french home. But both my parents were bilingual so I learned from a pretty early age how to speak english, though I credit mostly TV for having me learn so quick. By the time I started learning english in 5th grade, I was already fluent, and the classes only helped in sharpening my english skills.
I learned to both read and write english, but it wasn't until relatively recently that I found a passion for reading and writing fanfiction. Specifically Naruto and Dragonball Z fanfiction. See I watched the original North American Dub of Dragonball, the first 13 episodes as a kid in elementary school. Then I started watching Z or at least the Saiyan Saga at first when it came out. I knew Goku and Yamcha and Bulma and Master Roshi and the others from Dragonball, but I was totally missing on who Piccolo and all these other characters were. It would be a while before it got to playing the original Dragonball in its fullest, but for then I was hooked on Z. Then they started airing the Namek Saga and the the Androids and Cell Sagas when I was in Junior High. They also aired Dragonball the original in it's entirety. From the get go I identified with Gohan, as he was the youngest and the son of Goku, it immediately became apparent to me that he would be the next hero to take after Goku with all the potential he showed in the beginning of the series. Growing up myself at the time at a similar age as Gohan I also identified with him, he reminded me at first of the young Goku I saw in Dragonball, the kid character.
All in all I continued watching the Dragonball series until it's end, although I missed parts of GT (and I'm now glad I did) and that was the end of it for a few years. Then I started watching Naruto And I was hooked on it from the first episode, here it was the successor to Z. And then when I finally got Internet on my computer and started browsing, and one day I found Youtube and two years later I found this site and at first I got hooked reading Dragonball Z/Sailor Moon crossover fanfiction. I got so hooked at first I started writing a fanfiction about that. But then after a few months, I got stuck. Then I read Two Halves of a Soul by DarkHeart81 and ideas started coming in about what I would do differently. And so I abandonned my Sailor Moon/Dragonball Z fanfic and in February of 2007 I began writing what would eventually become my Dragonball Z Alternate Path series. And over the course of 6 to 7 years I wrote. I wrote and I read. I read fanfictions on this site and I was inspired and took those to my writing. And over the course of time my writing improved and you'll see that improve in both the writing and execution of my series. Over the course of time, my series evolved from what was the initial concept in my head the what you read before you. I made a list in my mind about what it was about fanfictions that I didn't like so much, and one immediately came to mind was the waiting times. I hated waiting a month or two or whatever for whichever fanfiction authors to came out and done. So I decided that I was going to complete mine before I was going to post it. That way I would make my readers not have to wait as long for my fanfictions to come out. It may have taken me longer than I bargained for, but in the end I came through it and I completed it through much agonizing and writers blocks and delays over the years, but I made it. And now my stories are here to enjoy. Well that's me in a nutshell. This profile update is inspired by Power9987 and his profile.