Author has written 19 stories for Legend of Zelda, Professor Layton, and Trauma Center.
About My Stories (note: just because I don't do this for every single one of my stories doesn't mean that I don't like them, it simply means I am too lazy):
About What We Saw From the Outside: Summary: After a horrible mistake, the once popular, talkative Link returns to school mute and with a heavy burden weighing him down. With his inability to communicate and consuming guilt, Link's life has taken a turn for the worse, so now would be a good time for a girl with a severe mental illness to help fix all that. Zelink AU. Rated T for adult themes and language. So what is this story about? It's about loss of innocence, about accepting your mistakes and flaws, and about learning to find something to smile about in the most abysmal places. It's about love, family, friendship, and growing up. In a nut shell, it's a dramatic Zelink story with plenty of psychologically disturbed people. What could be better?
I thought of this story two years ago (2011), except it was originally a one shot and Link and Zelda were adults. I never finished the one shot because I didn't know how, and for some reason the story idea came back to me two years later. This story was inspired by my own experiences actually. When I was little, I was a selective mute for two years, and so I've always held a soft spot for people who are mute, like Link. After writing "An Old Blue Fish" I've also been writing more emotional based rather than plot based stories. Also, the title of this story is based off of an album I saw (I never listened to it nor have I heard of the artist, I just saw it) called "What We Saw From the Cheap Seats."
The style I'm going for is rather simple because Link is just a high school kid whose use of words is growing weaker each day. I also want to portray Link as an unreliable narrator, as in his telling of the events is skewed because his guilt and discomfort makes the world around him seem meaner and sadder than it really is.
Spoilers from here on out (these come out with each chapter, so as long as you've read the latest chapter then they're not actually spoilers): a profile of the group therapy kids and their connection to the LoZ games:
About An Old Blue Fish: This is a trauma team fic that I'm really just doing for fun because I love Gabe and Joshua to death! Summary: When Lisa Cunningham dies in a car accident, she leaves her sixteen year-old son with nowhere else to go but to the father that he has never met before. Now Gabe and Joshua must struggle to understand each other before others separate them for good. It is an emotion based fic on Joshua and Gabe dealing with each other and life in general.
I was inspired to write this story after reading an amazing book called "Rotters" by Daniel Kraus. The similarities between my fic and his novel are that the protagonists are both sixteen-year-old boys whose mothers die and they have to go live with a father they have never met before. His novel then goes into some gruesome stuff (hint: grave robbing) and, well, I don't have that, but I was reminded of Gabe and Joshua when I read that book, so that's my inspiration!
The title represents an important symbol in the fic, which is a stuffed animal called Fishy. It's a blue fish that Gabe gave to Joshua when he was born and then Gabe returns it to Joshua when he moves in with him. I won't say what it symbolizes, though, because there is no fun in that. :P
About Rivers Need Springs: This is a challenge fic, just so you all know. Summary: Link, a laid back scientist, is working on confidential experiment where he is trying to recreate a mythical beast called "The Blue Eyed Beast" to see if the legends are true. He accidentally stabs himself with a syringe of the synthetic blood during a thunderstorm and now must rely on his highly professional secretary, Zelda, and college sister, Aryll, to help him. Not only is he transforming into a wolf at night and his boss Ganondorf is becoming suspicious of his absence, but he also has to struggle to build a good relationship with his total opposite: Zelda. What can two totally different people find to like about each other? AU, modern day, and of course Zelink. :p
This story is somewhat based off of Frankenstein but very little of it is, just the fact that Link is a scientist and they create an animal...kinda. Zelda's uptight character is based a bit off of Angie in the Trauma Center games and Link is a little like Derek too.
It's a different style from my work in the past and it is in 3rd person (something I've never done before :o), but the present tense is still there.
The Science Behind Rivers Need Springs: For those who read this story and the author's notes, you will know that I try to stay as realistic as possible (or as realistic as you can get with LoZ and the Internet). I search for actual scientific facts for Zelda (a character who is like a walking encyclopedia) to say and the basics of human anatomy for Link (a scientist in genetics mostly). When I talk scientifically in the story, I try not to get too complicated at all. The most complex thing I have said so far is Erythrocyte, and then I quickly explained that it is a red blood cell, which I hope most people know what that is. A very important part of the story are the Twilit's (a different race, anybody who have played Twilight Princess should know this) "red" blood cells. They are called Crepusculumcytes and are actually purple triangles that are normally the same size as an Erythrocyte (when first mentioned in the story, however, they are smaller than normal but will later grow). Normally, when a Twilit's blood gets into a Hylian, the Crepusculumcytes attack the Hylian's heart and kills him/her in a span of three to five minutes. This next part explains the scientific parts in certain chapters. You may read ahead if you want but I suggest you just stick to the chapter that you are on so there will be no spoilers.
Chapter Three: The Crepusculumcytes are smaller than usual but they are clinging onto Erythrocytes. At the moment, the Crepusculumcytes are inactive and aren't trying to destroy Link's heart. He develops a theory that, because Twilits are strongest at night, the Crepusculumcytes grow when the sun goes down, triggering the change.
Chapter Four: Looking at Link's wolf blood, they see that the Crepusculumcytes have grown twice their original size but are still attached to an Erythrocyte. Not much else is discovered.
Chapter Six: By looking at his human blood, Link discovers that the Crepusculumcytes have reproduced tremendously and at a dangerous rate. As to why this is happening remains a question, along with why he can't remember anything about being in his wolf form. He does confirm his hypothesis from earlier (because Twilits are strongest at night, the Crepusculumcytes grow when the sun goes down, triggering the change). When these grow, the synthetic DNA also increases and overtakes his human nucleic acids, making him transform into a wolf.
Chapter Eight: In a nut shell, the Crepusculumcytes have invaded some of Link's bone marrows, which create new cells, so these infected marrows are now creating Crepusculumcytes. He is about 50 percent Hylian and 50 percent Twilit (In the first chapter there was a brief mention on how nobody has ever been half and half and babies that were born that way always died in a few minutes). The Twilit cells began attacking his heart, trying to kill the Erythrocytes, but Link turned into a wolf. Why is this so? (rhetorical question. Answer will come in next chapter)
About Shattered Lives: Summary: Zelda is forced to live with Ganondorf, her abusive and cruel guardian. In order to be free of him, she must find the wielder of the triforce. However, when she moves to a new town she finds it a lot harder when a certain boy gets in the way. Modern day Hyrule – Zelink.
I have a number of inspirational sources for this one. One was from Legend of Zelda 4 Life's story called The Puppet and another was Canada Cowboy's story The World's Greatest Uncle Two. Those two stories helped me a lot with the characters: LoZ4L's story for Ganondorf and CC's story for Zelda. Also, the amazing classic disney movie "Hercules" (one of my favorites) really helped with the plot. For anybody that has seen or is going to see it, notice Meg and Hades' relationship, which is similar to Zelda and Ganondorf's.
Thank you all of my readers for over ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY reviews!! I will never be able to thank you enough! I love you all!
About She Will Be Loved Summary: A long one-shot based off of the song "She Will Be Loved" by Maroon 5. Zelda and Link are best friends and Link always helps her every time one of her relationships goes bad. He keeps helping her because he secretly loves her, but its time to let it out.
This is a slightly different version of a songfic with the song "She Will Be Loved" by Maroon Five. I used the main theme for the song which is about two best friends and the girl is always getting in and out of bad relationships while the boy is always there to help her because he secretly loves her. It is pretty obvious that I used this theme for the story's with my own special twists. I use lots of lines from the song to help with the plot and dialogue.
Upcoming/Possible Stories: Feel free to send me a message with any comments or possible ideas about any of the stories. If I like your idea enough then I might use it in the story and you will definitely get lots of credit! :D
(Note: the stories listed below are still being planned, so events may change from what is described. Also, no stealing of ideas is allowed. Thank you.)
Sorry, no new stories coming up.
Fandoms that I read and/or write for:
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass, Wind Waker, Four Sword Adventure, and Spirit Tracks.
Trauma Center: Second Opinion, New Blood, UTK2, and Trauma Team
Professor Layton: Curious Village, Diabolical Box, Unwound Future, and Specter's Flute.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Psych (TV show).
Sherlock (Tv show).
Best Villans Ever
Moriarty - BBC Sherlock