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Author has written 6 stories for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Megami Tensei, and Persona Series.
Hi, I'm Moyabomb. I like to write.
Update as of Oct. 7th, 2017:
Hi, everybody. Moyabomb here.
I'm just going to say it straight: I have no desire to continue my All He Sees is Red fic. As much as I enjoyed Persona 4 back in 2009, I just started losing taste for it after the anime, P4: The Golden, and all the extra Persona 4 stuff started coming out. It just wasn't fun for me anymore.
I think, what I really liked about Persona 4 was the fact that there were a lot of gaps throughout the original story that I could have fun filling in with my imagination. The schedule in the game was so wonderfully loose that I had a lot of freedom with the story, as long as the basic track was still there for me to follow.
But, with the addition of the anime, the new stuff in P4: The Golden, and all that stuff, I lost those gaps. Souji/Yu (he's still Souji in my mind) wasn't the blank slate from the game anymore that I could craft into my own.
So basically, writing this fic wasn't fun anymore. I've tried many times to get back into it, knowing what I wanted to happen for the Christmas event and whatnot, but I just didn't want to do it anymore.
I'm sorry to those who have been patiently waiting for the next chapter. Truly, I am. I only wish that I could love the story once more to where I would want to write for it. But, it has been years, and I've moved on since then.
Again, I apologize to everyone for making you wait so long, only to receive this long-winded explanation. I will, however, say that I have been pursuing other ideas and writing plenty, so I can safely say that I have improved since All He Sees is Red. I admit that recently, I have used fan fiction as a means to hone my writing skills and to develop my own style (ironic, as this is fan fiction), so I still very much love writing--just not for Persona 4.
Thank you very much for your support through the past 8 or 9 years. You have all given me kind words and suggestions for improvements, and I greatly appreciate every word. I've learned so much from writing for an audience outside of my own head, and I will say that you all played a very important role in my growth as a writer.
Thank you. May you all be blessed with the best. Happy writing, and happy reading!