Author has written 5 stories for Gossip Girl, and Naruto.
Tsuneni - A SasuSaku spin-off of Tawakemono, some three or four chapters of pure and unadulterated fluff - or at least, as fluffy as I can make a SasuSaku story.
Aikouka - NejiTen, yay! Mission accomodations leave our favourite couple in a rather (un)comfortable position, with rather heavy consequences. Near-M-rating.
Sanso - SasuSaku angst and love. This is going to be a looooooong one and I have no idea when I'll start posting chapters for it, 'cause it's one of those things I want to have finished writing completely before I go ahead and publish. Long story short: Sasuke returns, and Sakura is less than pleased.
Wazurawashii - I'm trying my hand at ShikaIno! Two or three chapters, maybe.
Kaeri - Kind of strange since I used to write only oneshots, but this is actually only the second oneshot I've planned ever since I joined FF.net. Naruto, Hinata, and distances that are bridged.
Well, what to say?
My name is Susan. I'm Dutch and I'm 17, which means that over here I can drink but can't drive and can get a tattoo but can't vote. Artificial brunette (I dye my hair - I'm actually a dirty blonde), green eyes, quick to smile. Scared of commitment. I'm a very loyal person, which is a good thing, but also a huge perfectionist, which is mostly a bad thing. ;) I greatly enjoy watching movies, mostly period dramas and fantasy films with a little romantic comedy thrown in the mix. Unlike all other teenagers on this planet, I actually don't have a preferred music genre or a favourite musician/band.
Things I hate are bad grammar and spelling, unbelievable fanfiction, cigarettes, drugs, hangovers and unnecessary stupidity. I am a reader, first and foremost; I love my books probably more than anything in this world. It's the same with drawing and theatre; I'm a portrait artist and am crazy about almost all musicals and plays. History greatly interests me. I have an inordinate love for anything British. Migrating after college, if I get the chance. Other random things I enjoy on a more or less regular basis are getting up early, swimming, the beach/ocean, little dresses, high heels, white flowers, stand-up comedy, working out, sailing, thunder, cheesecake, dancing my brains out and Mai Tais.
Alright, now for the part about fanfiction... I'm very finicky when it comes to what fanfiction, fandoms and pairings I like and do not like. My OTP is NejiTen, with SasuSaku in a close second. NejiTen... There's a certain inevitability there that I like. I mean, SasuSaku is the same which is why it's my number two, but I also like Sakura with Naruto and Sasuke with Hinata. With NejiTen, NejiTen is the only option. Truly, what other match is there to be made? I like that. It's like a touch of destiny. Both of them would make the other complete. And once he got his mind fixed on wanting her, there'd be a certain futility in anyone, even fate, trying to pry them apart. Plenty of 'underneath the underneath' here. I like that. My pairings need underneath the underneath.
That's also why I adore reading about side characters or the connections of characters not often seen as having any connection, even if I can't write them well because I need to have clearer guidelines to shape my characters by. I love reading about Genma or Konohamaru, etc. Naruto is my main fandom, but I also enjoy Ouran High School Host Club (TamaHaru), Rurouni Kenshin (SanoMisao, K&K), Bleach (IchiRuki, KarinHitsugaya) and Gossip Girl (Chair) a lot. And some other stuff... Basically I'll read anything, so long as the characters are portrayed in a believable fashion and there is actual substance there. But I won't write everything - no yuri or yaoi and hardly any slash. It's just not my thing, y'know?
Since I'm such a selfless person (grin), I'll list my favourite FF.net stories here.
Cutting Water - The best NejiTen I have ever read. Period. You will worship every word.
A Scandalous Proposal - This is one of the best NaruSaku stories around these days. No one will be able to resist Doc Destructo's eloquent, humorous style.
Seduce My Wife! - Another impressive NaruSaku creation by Doc Destructo. His portrayal of Naruto as loansome Hokage is very intriguing, and I felt truly touched by the story.
Konoha Wives - By the wonderful IbikiTeishi, this is a jewel of SasuSaku-ness, with wonderfully steamy encounters here and there. I swear this will impress you greatly!
Swallowed A Fly - Quillslinger truly outdoes herself here. The paring (Jiraiya/Naruto) is risqué, I'll give you that, but it's delivered superbly. That melancholy Quillslinger touch gets me everytime.
This Is How We Operate - Another one of Quill's stories, NaruSaku this time. One of my favourites because it's slightly more humorous. Incredible storytelling, truly had me awed. Her directness is astounding.
The Life Pursuit - NaruIno may seem like a fanon pairing, but Quillslinger proves that they match well in this masterpiece. This is incredibly funny and the interaction between characters is splendidly drawn.
Butt Out! - This story by Astra M made me laugh and cry, at the same time. It's the best ShikaIno I've found; go and read it, because it's an amazing portrayal of our beloved lazybum and beauty queen.
Biohazard - An incredible SasuSaku story, featuring everyone of our beloved Konoha 12. This story by Yellow Mask delves into Sakura's medical career in a stunningly realistic approach, is gripping and entertaining.
Ripples - A true Yellow Mask story, Ripples is a wonderful SasuSaku with a stunningly original plot and a strongwilled, ironfisted Sakura that will entrance a reader before the first chapter is done. One of the best!
Ikigai - And now a little attention for my favourite FF.net author, Lanse. All of her stories I would gladly recommend, but this is the best out of them, if I had to choose. A well-paced, magnificently set, original approach to a fanon pairing (SasuHina) that's realistic and very impressive, truly one of the best stories around. I also will you to read her NejiOC story, Ryukaze: Dragon Wind, in which her wonderful interpretation of Neji and the incredibly well-written OC Sorano will sweep you off your feet.
What Time Takes - I'm putting this last because it's FMA (EdWin), and not Naruto, but deserves to be mentioned. This Yellow Mask story is extremely intriguing and well-paced, reeling you in. A true catch.
The Boy Who Talks To God - Okay. So it's not on this site and it's not even fanfiction. But you have GOT to read this story - you're seriously denying yourself what is possibly the singlemost greatest story on the web if you don't.
Tawakemono - NejiTen. In which Neji is a recovering blind man, Naruto is a fruitcake, Hinata takes the lead and Tenten is stuck in the middle of it all, trying to keep her head together and failing rather spectacularly... This is an exploration of how passion and denied longing build, and at one point, the pot boils over and what you get is a mess. A big one. How are they going to clean it up? Tune in to find out. ;)
Koigokoro - My first SasuSaku multi-chapter. Introducing emotionally retarded Sasuke who is finally getting the stick out of his ass, Shrink!Naruto and Slamming!Sakura. I promise you'll enjoy this. It's a bit of an experimental thing because each chapter is composed of only one scene so the writing style is quite condensed and to the point, and I tried to pay extra attention to the flow of the story and the character interaction. It's almost finished.
Shukumei - My first serous multi-chapter, a Neji/Tenten story with bits of other assorted pairings. It's my possible interpretation of the relationship between Neji and Tenten and how it would develop... I love to explore their interaction, especially since Kishi-sama seems to take pleasure in ignoring the wiles of Neji/Tenten fans and putting Tenten-chan on a back burner. Well, I won't! Plenty of mushy romance mized with interteamial fraternization, very dry humour and action here and there. Everything you could possibly want! ;)
When Chuck Bass Burns - This is a little drabble-like Gossip Girl tale that came to me while I was watching episode 2:14 and pondering the nature of destructive relationships like the one between the moth and the flame. Who else to fit to this theme but Chuck and Blair? Also, it's an effort to exploit fiery adjectives, in order for me to enlarge my vocabulary and have you, the reader, envision the fires of passion.