Author has written 1 story for Star Trek: 2009.
Hello fans of Hikari Urania's writing...
So I proclaimed myself 'dead' to fanfiction in order to escape those who were looking for re-uploads of my previous stories, which I deleted. For those who are still searching for that consider it pointless. I truthfully doubt that I'll do so because in order to do so I'll need to rewrite them. Plus my Inheritance Story is so out-of-date that it is almost impossible to rewrite it in the way it needs to be so that's just gone.
I've come back to fanfiction though, so fans of mine shouldn't be too despaired. I'm back and due to new inspiration, will begin a series of new stories. I will only work on one story at a time though so expect slow updates. I'll try to update as fast as I can so hopefully it won't be too long before the stories are completed and then I can begin new ones.
Star Trek, 2009:
The Mysteries of James T. Kirk - When Spock and McCoy discover that Jim has been cloned they rush against time in order to find their missing captain. And with the Admirals lighting a metaphorical flame under the Enterprise they have to find a way to get Jim back before the admirals complete Jim's mission themselves. But when they cannot find the real Jim, Spock and McCoy get ready to subject themselves to the Admiralty. But who is this young amnesiac boy who managed to sneak aboard the Enterprise alone?
The Avengers: Upcoming...
Love is a Rumor - “There is only one thing I would like to request. I wish for Lady Sigyn’s hand in marriage.” Rumors fly throughout the palace of a kidnapped bride, a wayward prince, and a vengeful fiance. Or, how Loki found out that he fathered a horse.
I do a lot of research on the specific stories I'm writing. I don't like stepping over the boundaries that the authors have put up in their stories. So even though most of them will be AU, I try to keep it within some type of boundary. Most of my stories come from my daydreaming. Others come to mind because I find some type of injustice in the original story line, and I use small and sometimes unseen details to weave entire stories around fixing those injustices.