Author has written 6 stories for Zoids, Digimon, and My Little Pony.
Who am I? It's a generic question, but the answer to it is surely why you're even reading this in the first place, so find out by reading more!
As you already know, I am a Fanfiction.net fanfiction author. I am currently the author of a few stories: A Tale of Two Worlds, Ascension: The Elements of Distortion,and Legacy of a Liger. Writing is a truly most admirable art form that I take great care into engaging in. My imagination gets completely suckered in by it. This is seen through the fact that one of my aforementioned stories made its debut on here about a few years ago. Ever since then, I have stayed as committed as Ican. Once I get a fair ways into something, I see it through to the end. By ditching something, I feel I have wasted my time. But it is hard tending to everything.
So how did I form this mentality? Well, it all started 6 years ago, when I read a Digimon fanfic by the name of Dragon Morphs: A Digimorphs tale by nightdragon0. Even to this day, it, among his other works, is a story that I still return to just to relive that journey that I first traveled on back in 2006, and that passion is what drove me to start creating my own works. The other stories under his name also pushed me along, so I am very grateful for what this author has accomplished. However, he was not all that got me started. I have read other stories in the meantime, or I have other great stories through other mediums such as film, music, or video games. The names of these are: The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Dark Knight, Star Ocean: Till The End of Time, Final Fantasy X, Metal Gear Solid 2: The Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Eagle Eye, Kingdom Hearts 2, Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, A Child Called "It", Ender's Game, Avatar, Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Prestige, Freedom Writers, Glory Road, Invincible, 8 Mile, The Lord of The Flies, Mockingbird, Stan, So Many Tears, Dear Mama, You Never Know, When I'm Gone, Keep Ya Head Up, and several others. The list goes on and on.
But besides writing, what else do I enjoy to do? That's another answer that is easy to give. My other hobbies include exercising, meeting up with my friends, jamming to music (Michael Jackson, Eminem, 2pac, OSTs, and so on), video games, and sleeping (who doesn't like this?). Of those, my favorite is probably jamming to music, followed by either meeting up with friends or video games.
However, you've heard enough about me for the time being. Why not indulge in the works I have below? In addition, I would also like it if you could view my other works at Fictionpress.com: http://www.fictionpress.com/u/796130/Infermation
Update: Legacy of a Liger is nearing 8,000 hits!
Update: I now have a section right below dedicated to replying to anonymous reviewers who do not submit their e-mail address.
Update: Okay, for anyone who is a fan of my story "Legacy of a Liger", This update is kind of a big deal to you. I'm juggling quite a few things at the moment (school, work, girlfriend), so my time spent writing it has been cut down by a lot. Plus, I am also putting a lot of effort into my original story on Fictionpress, because that is something I hope to actually get recognized for. I am saying this because I am sure all of you have noticed I have been making very few updates to this story. The other reason for my inactivity with it is because of a lack of a desirable number of reviews. I know that my current review-per-chapter ratio is 3:1, but lately I haven't been receiving very many of these, and in order for me to have a major incentive to keep going with a story project this big, I need to hear a lot of feedback. You guys know what to do.
Update: I've received my first ever commission cover art for Ascension: The Elements of Distortion! Much credit goes to Doctor Tastybeaver for his work. You can view the original image here: You can also visit his DeviantArt page here:
Anonymous Review Responses
saw2097: Thanks for telling me what you think!
Arbitor118: Thanks for the review! Wow, you read this through your PSP? I've never heard of someone reading an online story through a handheld device, lol. But still, it's also pretty cool. And by the way, your e-mail got cut out of the review, lol. Next time you submit a review, enter your e-mail address in the box provided in the review window. That way, it won't get cut out, and it is kept private from people whom you may not want to know about it. And yeah, it is a shame that zoids only exist as plastic models. It would be cool to see a fully-sized one in real life, haha.