Author has written 7 stories for One Piece, Final Fantasy VII, Kingdom Hearts, Walking Dead, and Teen Titans.
(January 1st, 2016): Happy New Year, everyone! To commerate this special time, I will continue off with Love Punch probably the second or third week of January. I have a lot of things coming up to prepare for (interviews, school, etc), but I won't leave anyone hanging. Thanks to everyone who continue to review, favorite, and alert. You guys are amazing!
(December 15th, 2015): I'm on a bit of a hiatus at the moment, but toward the end of it. Finals have been running my life at the moment. Expect an updated chapter in Love Punch early next week. I'll be able to top it off with a delicious cup of coffee in the comfort of my parents' home... I really, really can't wait to go home. See ya'll then!
(November 9th, 2015): Usually sporadic over the span of two to four weeks. I sometimes have time to write up a chapter or two during the weekends, but it is safe to say that you won't get an update from me during the weekdays. I'm just too busy during the week not to focus on homework, class group assignments, and the impending doom of finals.
I'm a busy college student. I write on occasion, but college takes up a lot of my time. Sometimes, I get really great ideas, but in terrible places (the shower, before bed, during a huge exam), but hopefully, I can put together my thoughts and make a great fanfic someday.
I'm particularly obsessed with Final Fantasy VII, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, Rick and Morty, and Undertale at the moment.
I'm also a huge fan of multi-chapter fics, but oneshots get me from time to time.
I also don't edit as much as I should before I actually post a chapter. I get too excited about the whole event and say to myself, "I'll just edit the document tomorrow and reupload it before anyone thinks I'm a babbling dork." This never happens. I'm always a babbling dork.
My Tumblr: galaxyprincesswarrior.tumblr.com
She stared at him grimly, a wicked glint in her grey eyes. "It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog."