Author has written 11 stories for Naruto, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and Dangan Ronpa Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no Koukousei.
I have an Archive of Our Own account as well. Check me out under the same username!
Birthday: November 23, 1993
Favorite Anime: That's gonna have to be a tie between Dragon Ball Z and Naruto.
Favorite Game: Mass Effect
Favorite Color: Green
Hobbies: Playing video games and lifting weights. (Odd combo...I know.)
To anyone out there who is struggling as a writer, keep at it! Don't let others discourage you; just use their criticism to make yourself better. I've been writing fanfiction since I was six or seven years old (one of the first being a Dragon Ball fanfiction creatively titled "The Blue Ribbon Army" cause I was an imaginative little bastard) and I've never really stopped. Over the years, though, there have been many times when I figured it wasn't worth fooling with and I was tempted to stop. Now, almost fourteen years later, I'm glad I had the hobby. I'm definitely not the best writer in the world, but I think I'm pretty good, and that's because I always strive to stack up to my peers. If you see a good author, whether on the internet or in a book, analyze their writing style. You'll be surprised how much you'll pick up if you focus. Remember, you'll never improve if you don't push yourself! Having a kick-ass beta like Nokito-chan doesn't hurt either, haha.
Writer's block is a foul demon. Find something to fight it; don't let it consume you! Personally, I use excessively loud music to imagine the biggest plot points in my stories; then I work my way forward or backwards from there. You might have another trigger, make sure to experiment! Nothing feels better than kicking Writer's block in the balls- trust me on this one.
The cover art for Altering Fate is a scene from ACT II: Part 1. She also drew my profile picture! Kudos to my sister for her epic fanart! You can see more of her work at
Well, I'm sure you are all just sitting on the edge of your seat with interest about my profile, but I fear that I must wrap it up.
Have a good day, and to my fellow writers...
...May your pencils never leave the page!