Author has written 2 stories for Sailor Moon.
After watching all 200 episodes of Sailor Moon, I found myself feeling empty. I wanted more and I just wasn't satisfied. Don't get me wrong, I loved the episode, but I just wished that it would never end.
This is where Fanfiction has saved me. With this website, Sailor Moon never has to end!
After reading a few stories, I decided to give writing one a try and so here I am. After writing my first one and after all the wonderful reviews I received from very wonderful readers, I could never have imagined how much I would love writing on fanficition.net.
How would you describe your writing?
I like to write about things that have never happened before. I don't like to stick to typical story lines and romance that happens too easily. I love the thrill of not knowing what exactly is going to happen next and I love the mystery of the next moment. Anything can happen, you just have to write it well enough to be believable.
Where do you get your ideas for writing stories?
The stories that I've written so far have been inspired by "what ifs" through watching episodes. Lose Myself to Love You was inspired by the scene where Darien rides away on his motorcycle after he had broken up with Serena and Usagi's Very Important Mission was inspired by the conversation Mamoru and Motoki had in the arcade after Reika announced she was going to Africa. I just wonder, well what if a certain person was there and had heard? Or what if Usagi had made a different decision? From there, I just let my imagination run.
Do you plan out your stories elaborately?
Never. I usually start out with sort of a loose outline of what's going to happen in the story, but I never hold myself accountable to stick to it. If I get inspired to add more or take away then I do so. I usually only know what's going to happen in the beginning and then from there, I just write. Period. I feel like if I think it through too thoroughly then it sort of gets over-thought and then it's not enjoyable for me anymore. I like the thrill of not knowing what's going to happen myself.