Author has written 12 stories for Pokémon, Marvel vs Capcom, and My Little Pony.
"Just a minor delay." Should I be a politician?
I'm still here, somehow and somewhere. While a little touch-and-go, I'm also happy to report that The Reverstone is being worked on. To spoil everything, we aren't far from the end of the story, and I just want to make sure I don't get surprised by anything before I upload any more chapters. Unfortunately, I'm not able to participate in the NaPoWriMo event going on this year, but I thought it would be as good a time as any to actually finish the story I started last year because of NaPo. It's my intention to finish this story by the end of the month.
If you've been watching my work for the past five years, you must be laughing at that sentence.
Whether that happens or not, we'll have to see. Frankly if I finished both Only a Madman and The Reverstone in the same year, I think I'd be over the moon, but I won't break out the noisemakers yet. This is me we're talking about.
I'm kind of amazed at how different I feel while I'm writing than how I remember feeling back when I started. It's not even easy to describe. And altogether, I'm not entirely positive it's a good thing. These days I put in much, much more detail than I used to. I feel like that's not saying much, but stick with me. More detail in a story is rarely ever a bad thing, but there's an art to it. Too much detail is a very real concern, and it can popup for as little as a single paragraph. Every so often these days I'll just stop writing, look at what I wrote, and wonder if anyone in their right mind would actually enjoy reading it. Which is a loaded question, since I believe just about every author is their own harshest critic, but that's a soapbox rant for another day.
The moral of that story is, if you go to church, please don't put trash in the backside of the pews. Some poor guy needs to clean that out, and he probably doesn't appreciate picking up your wetnaps and trying as hard as he can not to imagine what they might have been used for.
It Takes a Genius
Dusk is a boy of 14 who finally gets his own Pokémon, allowing him to complete the single goal in his life: get out of Twinleaf Town. Dawn, his newest friend, is by his side. She seems to be an emotional, almost whiny girl, but with patience, Dusk intends to find out what's bothering her so much.
Only A Madman
A darker continuation of ITAG. After Dawn stumbles into a bad boy in blue, it's not long until they find more of them...and more, and a little more after that. Something's going on here, and it has to run deeper than a fashion-challenged clan deciding to start a spree of petty criminal acts. Almost right off the bat, Team Missile learns a very disheartening lesson: This adventure won't be quite as straightforward as their previous one.
Love in winter is like a robot. Pretty hard to maintain, but overall worth it in the end. Lucas and Dawn, along with a mysteriously random Shaymin, travel throughout Sinnoh in the coolest time of year, dealing with the expected, and not-quite-so expected problems one would expect on such a journey.
To Stop A Criminal
The perks of working for the BSAA are obvious. Good pay, travel opportunities, and knowing that you have a rewarding career, just to name a few. With that said, there are a few things I didn't know about when I first signed up. Like needing to defend myself against costumed maniacs. I suppose at least it isn't much different from defending myself against maniacs with a superiority complex. On second thought, that doesn't cheer me up much.
...Well? How would you like it if all of your friends took off, then refused to send a letter every now and again?