Author has written 26 stories for Fullmetal Alchemist, and Tsubasa Chronicle.
I write m/m stories of middling quality. I've been on for longer than I care to think about.
Current fandom: Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle
Former fandoms: Fullmetal Alchemist, Supernatural.
I am co-writing the Tsubasa story 'Not Quite Paradise' (R-rated, Kuro/Fai/Yuui, Syao/Saku) with Mikkeneko; it can be found under her profile.
I have a livejournal account under this name where more stories can be found.
Likes: slash, fluffy romance, pretty girls, kittens, good fanfiction.
Dislikes: authors who interrupt their own stories with inane author's notes, 'original characters' who are almost always blatantly transparent self-insertions by teenage authors, rapefic without warnings, character death
Things I absolutely loathe: homophobes who say "I've got nothing against gay people..." before bringing up what they do, in fact, have against gay people, that ridiculous Christian copy/paste about how if you just ~believe~ you won't get raped (hint: men rape religious women and atheist women and drunk women and sober women and women in hotpants and women dressed in burquas and women out in the light and women indoors. Belief won't save you. Teaching men not to rape women will), and the outdated and frankly misogynistic seme/uke tropes in slash fanfic. The whole point of gay sex is that you don't have to conform to gender roles in bed. Making the more 'feminine' character be the one who always plays catcher makes me wonder why you don't just write straight sex.
Basic grammar rules for happy fanfic writing!
1) Always start a new paragraph when a new person is speaking!
2) 'It's' with an apostrophe should only be used when you mean 'it is', never in the possessive! e.g., 'it's a good dog, look at its paws'.
3) Sentences should always end with punctuation even when they're in speechmarks!
4) 'A lot' is two words! An alot is a sad creature.
5) You're and your mean different things! You're means 'you are' while your equals possessive, for example: 'You're mean. That's your ball. You're getting a new phone? Tell me about your phone.'
6) Commas are used to indicate natural pauses in a sentence where one might stop for breath if reading aloud. Try doing that to see where they go.
7) Names and places always start with capital letters - this includes the names of days and months too!
8) Limit yourself to one ellipses (that's the three dots that make a dramatic pause like so: ...) per sentence. Otherwise your character reads like a chainsmoker who keeps wheezing for breath.
9) Use exclamation marks sparingly. They'll make more of an impact when you do use them that way.
10) Tenses! Pick a tense and stick with it. You can either write in the past tense, where verbs end in -ed (said, sighed, frowned, jumped) or present tense, where verbs end in -s (says, sighs, frowns, jumps). Watch out for tense-specific words like 'are,' 'were,' 'is' and 'was' - can you spot which word belongs in which tense?