Author has written 6 stories for Naruto.
T a C o C a T /Is a Palindrome/
..:N o t e:.. My previous account used to be under the name Reihitsu.
Why? Because I tend to be spontaneous like that. I'd strongly advise you not to get too attached to anything I write, because it more than likely will happen again.
..:N o t e:.. Hey guys. So I haven't shown my face around here in a couple of months, but I'm planning to spring back into action. Hope people still remember me... Hm...
What's Up With The Name
Once upon a time a picture I once found on an lolcat website featured a (more than likely photo shopped) cat wearing a taco. It was captioned: "Tacocat is a Palindrome." I fell in love. The end.
A Little About Me
/ F i f t e e n I s S u c h A B o r i n g A g e /
My life is centered, (sadly enough) around anime and fandom to it. Anime has been around in my life for as long as I can remember, way back when my siblings and I used to anticipate excitedly the next episode of Pokemon. We didn't miss a single show for probably about the first three seasons, when it started to get boring and repetitive. I first started to appreciate anime as its own style and art around sixth grade, after my elder brother introduced me to Ah! My Goddess. Neon Genesis Evangelion followed shortly afterwards, and then I entered into the start of my new, anime-filled life. I once tried to count the series, in total, that I had watched -- around eight grade or so, and came up with around fifty. I have lost count since, and it would be impossible to try and sum them up again.
I started drawing, trying to recreate my anime characters in middle school, but didn't start writing until I discovered InuYasha. Even then, I still didn't have the first idea what fanfiction was (poor ignorant me,) but found I had lots of ideas for what I wanted to do with these amiable characters and needed an outlet for them. I started typing them out in Notepad, and deleting them after I was finished, satisfied that I had done what was needed to be accomplished. Then, when browsing an InuYasha fan site, somebody linked me to another fanfiction archive, animespiral.com. I was introduced to fanfiction, and felt I had found my true calling.
How did I discover FFnet, then? Well, I was bored one afternoon and spontaneously typed into the URL www.fanfiction.com, curious to see if anything would come up. Something did. I was introduced to probably the largest online fanfiction archive (that I know about.)
I have long since run through my InuYasha faze, and now devote myself to tributes to the wonderful anime Naruto. I have yet to find an anime that I have enjoyed as much, plot line or character wise. I follow closely behind the series, watching weekly episodes on youtube and reading weekly manga updates. At first I was rather engrossed by OCxMarySue stories, but have outgrown those. Thanks to a couple of amazing writers on animespiral.com, I have been converted into a helpless SasuSaku addict. I will not read anything that is not centered around SasuSaku, write anything that is not centered around SasuSaku, or care about anything that is not centered around SasuSaku. (Although side pairings are liked and appreciated. My favorite would have to be NaruHina.)
I love both AU fics and those set in Konoha, and am a good sucker for either when it is decently written, and decently in character (though a little OOC, as it is sometimes necessary to make the pairing believable, is tolerated in small amounts.) I despise repetitive and Cliche'd stories. (You might find I write some myself, but I don't get around this website much, and have a blurry image of what is repetitive or cliche'd. I try to make my stories as original as possible.) I will not read Yaoi, incest, or Yuri. I don't have anything against anyone who does, It's just personal taste. If you have a story that you feel might meet my criteria, feel free to recommend.
When not writing Fanfiction or watching anime, I enjoy reading a good book or watching a good movie. I am a bookworm, and usually a new book is in my hands every other day. I am a movie whore and critic, and will beg and plead, and successfully manage to convince my parents to take me to the movie theater weekly. I am a grease monkey, and enjoy working on and driving cars. I play the piano, violin, guitar, and saxophone, and love nearly every genre of music except country, which makes my ears bleed.
If you were to ask a close friend or family member to pick a few choice words to describe me, they'd probably shake their head and laugh. If you were to ask me to choose a few choice words to describe myself, they would be: "Did I leave the stove on...?" Leaving me and my imagination alone for extended periods of time is usually a bad idea. We can think up terrible, wonderful things together. In the dead of silence, if I suddenly start laughing, this is usually a warning: Sleep with one eye open.
Read one of my stories and you'll make me happy. Review my story and you'll steal my heart. I love personal messages, and making new friends, so if you're interested send me a shout!
P o s t e d
Yoho!: Set in the mid fifteen hundreds, or so, Yoho! is the swashbuckling tale of Lieutenant Uchiha Sasuke whose cushy job in the military is brought to a sudden end when the ship that carries his he and his Fiancee is laid under siege by a band of pirates under the lead of the infamously notorious Captain Hokage, a legendary timeless pirate lord whose reputation is known world wide. He finds himself engaged in sword fight with the very same man, only to discover shortly that he is actually no man at all, but rather the quirky and hotheaded Haruno Sakura hidden under a concealing hat. He is forced to join her band of unique pirates, and as he comes closer to unveiling the secret behind Captain Hokage, finds himself against all odds, falling in love.
Inspiration for this story came from the ongoing piratesarebetterthanninjas/ninjasarebetterthanpirates wars, and I found the idea of throwing the Naruto characters into a pirate world quite laughable, regardless of the fact I knew it had probably been done before. In my defense, I've never seen a Naruto pirate story. Then again, that excuse is made invalid by my previous statement that I don't get around this site much. I've actually had this idea for quite some while, but was never quite able to find the time to get to work on the story for it. So far, it's been a blast to write. I am enjoying the story and the way the characters interact with each other very much, especially the dialog.
Favorite quote from the story: "Take the wench to the brig!" For a moment I thought she was talking about Hinata, but then she continued. "Maybe I'll have a little fun with him later, eh?"
Jan Ken Pon: Based loosely off of the traditional game of rock, paper, scissors -- Jan Ken Pon represents Sasuke, Sakura, and Naruto as these three objects, and the relationship between them. Set in the future after Itachi's death and Sasuke's return to Konoha, Sasuke (paper) is madly in love with a reformed Sakura (scissors) who in turn in vying for Naruto, (rock) who is oblivious and too consumed by his Hokage duties to notice that he is part of a love triangle with his two teammates. Through the heartbreak, frustration, and difficulties facing his awaiting trail and punishment for the betrayal of Konoha, Sasuke must try to find time to woo Sakura and win back her heart. Sakura must choose between the man who forsook her and her clueless best friend. And Naruto? He just wants some ramen.
The story will be written in alternating points of view, between the three members of team seven. Inspiration? I don't know, it just sort of popped into my head. It probably won't end up being long, but I'm hoping that it will turn out as an angsty, but touching romantic comedy about my three favorite characters.
Favorite quote from the story: "I am not pitiful." I replied at last in an annoyed monotone. "I do not look like a girl. And I am not playing hard to get. Sorry, try again."
He snorted in amusement and sat up straight, the chair falling back onto all fours with a loud clatter. "You are too pitiful. I could cry myself to sleep just thinking about you, Mr. Gloom-and-Doom. Hard to get? Okay, maybe you're playing impossible to get. And as for looking like a girl? Sure. Slap on a couple of boobs and cut you down a few inches vertical-wise, and you could totally pass for a woman." He squinted and stared at me scrutinizingly, pressing his lips together. There was something in the way he looked at me that caused me to suppress a shudder. "You'd actually be kind of good looking." He finished finally.
kICK tHE bUCKET: Thwarted by one of his own snakes, Sasuke is spent spiraling up to the afterlife to the welcome of his deceased clan and acquaintances that had gone before him. His first goal remained only half-accomplished, with Uchiha Itachi dead and Uchiha Madara still wreaking havoc on the unsuspecting masses as he watches wistfully from above. As for his second goal -- he is forced to be spectator as the only girl he had imagined rebuilding his clan with grieves over his death, and turns to the waiting arms of Rock Lee for consolation. Noticing how bitter the brooding Uchiha is over his sudden death, the fourth Hokage strikes up a deal with the higher-ups and offers it to Sasuke. If he can manage to bring about Uchiha Madara's death before the second full moon, he will be allowed to stay alive and on earth.
Inspiration actually came from I Promise You Forever, even though the two stories follow very different plot lines and genres. While I Promise You Forever was supposed to be a touching and tragic one shot, kICK tHE bUCKET was intended to create a humorous view of death and the traditions that surround it, with the occasional bit of angst mixed in.
Favorite quote from the story: Being held by her like this, it reminded him of when he was younger so powerfully that he felt like a child again, desperately seeking comfort in the arms of his mother. He was put to ease so thoroughly that he seemed to forget about the nearby onlookers, until...
There came a snort of laughter and a chuckle, followed by a teasing call of: "Mommas Boy!"
I Promise You Forever: While taking a vacation from Konoha, Sakura makes an unexpected reunion with Uchiha Sasuke. He takes her back to his camp, where he realizes that he has fallen in love with her, and they start a new life on the run from the rest of the world. It seems that they always were destined to be together, not in this life -- but in the next.
I don't know what sickly sadistic part of me thought this up. I mean, honestly. My goodness. It's just so... so very sad.
Favorite quote from the story: "I just don't believe this is happening. You can't possibly be here. I've finally lost my mind. You've driven me out of my mind. I'm probably sitting here talking to myself."
"You're as sane as I am." He replied. I laughed bitterly, squeezing myself reassuringly.
"I knew it! If that's the case, then I am sitting here talking to myself."
Meet The Uchihas: A young girl is assigned to be a partner for a research project to the class prodigy -- Uchiha Sayoko. A glimpse at the relationship between her parents would cause a need for years of therapy to come. Through the chaos of fury driven war, it was difficult to believe that Uchiha Sasuke and Sakura were very much in love.
So I don't quite remember how this popped into my head or why I wanted to write this, but it came out anyway, and it was a heck of fun doing so. It is so far the shortest one shot that I have ever written and will most likely ever write. And probably the only one in which I will ever insert OCs, because as I have mentioned before, I hate them.
Favorite quote from the story: In the blink of an eye he was flat on the ground and she was straddling him, wrapping her dainty fingers around his neck and cutting off his air supply. She occasionally bashed his head against the floor, and he occasionally gagged. "Better, thanks." Sayoko called. She squinted at the paper and hovered indecisively over it with her eraser. "Yeah, yeah, he does like eggs in his ramen... That's right..."
C rossfir E: Haruno Sakura is a young aspiring doctor who takes her education very seriously, especially due to her hard-to-please professor who also happens to be Sakura's role model, Tsunade. Aside from her unparalleled devotion to her future career, the only thing abnormal about Sakura's life was her next-door-neighbor, a bizarre but good-looking man who she rarely saw leave his apartment, let alone participating in normal living activities. When unfortunate circumstances brings her to his apartment, she stumbles across a secret that would change her life, and consequently his life, forever.
The idea for this story came to me in the shower, where all good ideas for stories come from. This one still isn't quite thought through, and the ending is still a little blurry, but what I have planned for it so far is worthwhile.
Favorite quote from the story: She made a mental note to ask to use her other neighbor's phone next time she was locked out of her apartment, if there was a next time. She was willing to bet that there was less chance of being shot if she did so.
U p C o m i n g
Untitled (As Of Yet): After being pestered into joining the other members of team seven for a night of drinking, Sasuke gets hopelessly drunk off his ass and proclaims his profound love and sexual attraction towards Sakura, who dismisses it as an untruthful act of the intoxicated. With a little bit of intervening from Naruto, the two might just come to terms with their miscommunication.
I've had the idea to write this for a while, but haven't found the time to sit down and perfect it. So it will hopefully be coming out sometime in the near future, when I feel inspired. It'll be another one shot.
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