Author has written 11 stories for Bleach, and Wolf's Rain.
Hey there! Thanks for stopping by!
For the basics; I live in Manhattan and I have three dogs. I also enjoy playing numerous videos games especially RPG and horror games...especially if they have zombies in them.
As for what I write about; I write stories for the pairing of Grimmjow and Ulquiorra from Bleach, who I discovered in 2009. I love the interactions they had in the manga, no matter how short and I love both their characters. They're both so interesting and together they're even better. I think they balance each other out beautifully and I absolutely love them together. With that being said, I also love the pairing of Ted/Emmett from Queer as Folk. I also enjoy making videos (about GrimmUlqui) that I upload to YouTube.
So, thank you for coming to my profile. I hope you like my writing and feel free to leave me a review, they light up my day! :) but even if you don't, just knowing that people are reading my stuff is enough for me. (reviews are nice though. just sayin'.)
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What folks are saying about Night and Day:
"As I began to read this a couple of months ago, I had looked at it as just another well written fan-fiction that I would read and soon forget, but, in all honesty, I couldn't have been more wrong. I left it for a while, as the author was still writing, and came back today on a whim when I saw the label "Complete". How glad I am that I decided to read the end. Towards the last few chapters or so, I felt the true emotion of the characters and the plot enveloped me. The story was beautiful, the characters and their personalities were alive, and to be honest, I shed more than a couple of tears.
On the last chapter, I felt the need to stop reading as I knew that it would be the end of this masterpiece, but my curiosity compelled me to read on. A I reached the last paragraph, which was absolutely moving and will stay with me for a long time, I felt a feeling inside that I rarely, if ever get with fan-fictions. This sense of happiness and a large rush of other emotions. And, as I read the last line, I realized that this was the most perfect ending I could ever imagine, and in a sense, completely moving.
My only words to the author are: I could never thank you enough for this tear-jerking, moving story of two people in the most unlikeliest of circumstances who face the odds and come together. I congratulate you for putting your heart and soul into this 1 in a million masterpiece. Thank you, once again." - wolf236