Author has written 13 stories for Ranma, and Daa! Daa! Daa!.
I am not very interesting, or important, so let's just skip the intro, okay?
What I would really like to do with this profile space available is recommend the best fanfics I've come across on this site, because they are far more interesting, and deserve every bit of recognition they can get.
In the place of honor, the very best fanfic I've read on this site:
Illusions, a Naruto fanfic by stones - If you're a Naruto fan, you must absolutely read this mind-boggling psychological thriller/suspense fanfiction about lies, deception and corruption of innocence. You'll never feel more unsettled while reading a story again. Even if you're not a fan, this story is worthwhile just because.
Deserving of equal praise, a fanfic not archived on this site:
Ill Met by Starlight, a Ranma 1/2 fanfic by Susan Doenime and Mike L. - A stark portrayal of the twisted depths of a depraved mind. Another psychological thriller/suspense fanfiction, brilliantly written in excruciatingly harsh relief. It's disquieting and unnerving and absolutely gripping.
The Dead, the Broken, and the Living, by Kitsune Heart - Because Artemis is really a case study in psychology. Read this fanfiction for an enthralling analysis of the inscrutable genius.
Within Temptation, by WingedSilhouette - The only thing that tempts him is another challenge and another flawless plan to yoke it. Because Artemis always plans for everything. It's a brilliant rendition of Artemis' depravity.
Artemis Fowl: The Book of Ages, by GMontag - If you want a healthy dose of amazing logic and brilliant deductions, of cunning strategies and chess-like moves, this is a fanfic to stimulate your little gray cells. Let the anticipation kill you. ^o^
Seen in a Certain Light, by Lli - One of the best slowly blossoming romances I've read. Don't miss this one.
Saving the AntiHero, by Dear Aerith - Because Lelouch really can't be called a Hero.
All the Wrong Colors, by Cristipotter - A bittersweet story about lost childhood and dreams, painted with subtle imagery.
Daa! Daa! Daa!
Castles in the Air, by Kanata Saionji - Because this sweet and adorable animeverse needs a sweet and adorable fairy tale. A heart-warming story about growing love.
His Porcelain Doll, by StoryBookDreams - I have a thing for suspense/mystery stories. And this is a very carefully crafted one. It keeps you guessing, all the way.
Growing up, by Fivercon - Fights and tantrums, annoying friends and confusion, falling in love unexpectedly, it's all a part of growing up. Read this fanfiction for well written humor and outright hilarity. What's a Fairy Tail fanfic without lots of laughs?
Final Fantasy VII
Here I Stay, by Tallulah876 - A must read for any Cloud x Tifa fan. A story about hope and home, written in a steady-paced and thoughtful style that will leave you feeling wholly content and a little bit happy by the end.
Anchor, by Qwi-Sux - Again, a must read for any Cloud x tifa fan. This is a story about bonds, and what it means to be there for someone. Beautiful style, combining retrospection with prospection, and a memorable rendition of coming a full circle.
Correspondence, by November Romeo - Funny, witty, and unexpected, with a feel of the everyday mundaneness about it, which makes it so unique and charming because it is anything but typical.
Numbers in Choreography, by November Romeo - Genius has its price. A very good read which will leave you feeling somewhat melancholic and bittersweet.
Ten Years to Date, by November Romeo - Because even a hopeless heart still dreams. An absolute must read for all Gakuen Alice fans.
Unspoiled, by forthright - An inexorable page-turner (or next-clicker :) ). Not my usual favorite pairing, but it is written in such a subtly powerful fashion that I couldn't stop reading. But make sure to read between lines, the banter and conversations are full of wisdom.
Behind the Silk Screen, by eien-no-basho - This is an epic tale set in the Heian era, winding through the intricacies of political intrigue and social norms of a people who still conformed to the "Nobility is Virtue" outlook. It feels like it's straight out of a 19th century novel, and is sure to fascinate anyone with a penchant for classical prose.
fading away, by rawrchelle - A brilliant suspense/thriller fanfiction culminating in a stunning twist at the end. Masterfully written, with powerful literary devices, keeping you hooked right till the end.
The Longest Month Ever, by KrAzI JaY - Hilarious, tummy-aching comedy. It's like opening a can of laughing gas. Enjoy~
Blind, by ObsidianSickle - An epic tale about forgiveness, redemption and bouncing back. The writing style is powerful and inexorable.
Wasted Years, by Mizerable - Of survival, of imperfection and grim realities, this story is brilliant and compelling and just keeps you reading relentlessly. Flawless characterization, and the best OC I ever read. This is a story that cuts deep.
Beyond Business, by the-name-is-cherry - It's sweet and charming and warm and bright and gives you those adorable fuzzies! Need I say more?
A Freakish Fairy Tale, by Koala Kitty - Because Ranma 1/2 is one big mayhem. Hilarious, quirky and wonderfully written, this story is a must read for all Akane x Ranma fans. A shame that this isn't completed yet.
Home for the Holidays, by SkippyPanda - A bittersweet, nostalgic story about remembering love and second chances. It's beautiful and full of a subtle yearning for days gone by. It's a wonderful read, and definitely one of my favorites on this site.
You Can Never Go Back, by Lin-lee - This fanfic is not archived on this site, and the original webpage was taken down a while back. I mourn the loss of this excellent story. Please let me know if you found this one posted elsewhere.
Phone Call, by Rui - Of things left unsaid, yet not unheard. A short, yet touching story.
Sleeping With the Fiancee, by Rui - Of growing up and precious bonds, brought to you in a Ranma way. Quirky, slightly crazy and completely enthralling, this is a story that is heart-warming and is assured to bring a smile to your lips.
Touched by an Angel, by Andrina - If you take away his brash exterior, Ranma really is an angel. This is a story of the lives he has touched. Slightly melancholic, but beautiful nevertheless.
Rekindling a Flame, by Skywatch - Do you see the beautiful metaphor in its title? This is an amazing story about rising from the ashes, about selfish promises, and about sacrifices. A must read for any Ranma x Akane fan.
I'll keep adding to the list as I find more! :)