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Author has written 2 stories for Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, and Strike Witches.
In mia difesa, io posso dire onestamente che io ero molto ubriacato...
Q: "What kind of Aussie would not want to empty out a Brit's wallet?"
A: "Obviously one who has not seen the 2010 Ashes series."
Just updating my profile to inform you that I'll be posting something pretty soon over the next week or so. In case you've been wondering what I've been up to since mid-2011, I've been, in this particular order, finishing my undergraduate studies, working out, reflecting on what I really want to do, working, and working on a Master's degree in teaching.
For those interested in what I will be posting, it's a Kuroko's Basketball // Love Live! crossover one-shot in which Taiga Kagami and Hanayo Koizumi are in an eating competition, and both Kouki Furihata and Nozomi Toujou are wondering how that happened, forming a friendship (with a potential relationship upgrade) in the process. Seijuurou Akashi frowns twice, Daiki Aomine rolls around in laughter, Ryouta Kise has connections with A-RISE that Shintarou Midorima will eventually be really grateful for, Tetsuya Kuroko gets served a vanilla milkshake by The Legendary Maid Minalinsky, and Nico Yazawa goes meta by admitting that there's quite a fair amount of smut written about both herself and her redhead tsundere girlfriend. The story takes place days after the events of Love Live! S2E7, and during Kuroko, Kagami, and Furihata's third year in Seirin High.
I'm also in the process of conceiving a proper multi-chapter crossover between the two franchises, except with the timelines adjusted to ensure that both series are taking place at the same time. Once again, there will be a Nico/Maki pairing in there, but it will be on the side - the main pairing will be Tetsuya/Hanayo. Writing this story will take time, however - I'm about to start the second half of my Master's degree, and between placements, creating lesson plans, assignments, and sending out resumes (in addition to my part-time work and side tutoring), I'd be lucky enough to find the time to come up with even a thousand words at a go.
I will also get around to finishing chapter 4 of "It's Friday Night, Little Darling". Hopefully.
Last, but not least, I will be deleting some of my older works - their standards don't match my current one.
"It's Friday Night, Little Darling" chapter progress:
Chapter 1: "We've Got A Situation"
Chapter 2: "Being Professional"
Chapter 3: "All I Want Is Another Good Time"
Chapter 4: (untitled Keiko/Hanna story)
A greatly-reduced list of anime/manga franchises I'm currently following eagerly:
Notes on romance in stories:
Straight - my default preference.
Shoujo-ai // yuri - It kinda depends. If it's done tastefully without overdoing the fluffiness, and avoids the hypocritical heterophobia (or more accurately, phallophobia) that killed off my liking for the NanoFate community, I'll read it.
Shounen-ai // yaoi - Not my thing at all, especially with the latter. That said, if there's an air-tight reason from the original canon to support said pairing, I might give it a bit of a try as long as it's non-explicit and is tasteful. I'm also fine with it if it's on the side, a la some of Kinsfire's Harry Potter stories. In the extremely rare event I do end up having to add in some yaoi into a future story, expect plenty of crisco to be flying about, alongside other euphemisms.