Author has written 3 stories for Dragon Ball Z, Kuragehime/海月姫 〜くらげひめ〜, and Fairy Tail.
Greetings! Call me Haru, a crazy female residing in NY. Yours truly is fueled by the power of coffee, nachos, and cheese cake!
I love anime and manga. A casual lover of those two things am I -- meaning I don't really fit the definition of otaku. I do have my fangirling moments and occasional "squee!" outbursts, however.
Here's a list in no particular order of my favorite anime and manga, including what I'm watching/reading at the moment:
Manga/Anime: Dragonball, Oresama Teacher, Boku to kanojo no XXX (My Barbaric Girlfriend), D.N. Angel, Skip Beat!, Fairy Tail, Naruto, Kuragehime, Hana no Kishi, Fruits Basket.
I'm also a big fan of the pokemon game series, but not so much the anime. My other favorite hobbies include reading too many books, particularly fiction, drawing, painting, writing (obviously), etc. I won't go into details because it's too time consuming.
I also got this weird like for stories related to body swaps & gender benders. Bwahaha! What a fun way to screw around with a cast of characters! XD
Anyways, if you read all of the above, you get a cookie! Oreo variety!
Thanks for stopping by!
Status of stories:
7/7/12 : Well hello there! I'm not dead! I'm still working on the next chapter update for Veggie in Wonderland. The good news is I finally worked out the plot of the story, including what the ending will be. The problem is I came up with a ton of scene ideas for the story. And when I mean a ton, I mean A TON!!! I'm trying to organize everything. When trying to connect several scenes, new ideas pop in my head that I quickly add into the existing scenes. The thing with this is that sometimes adding these new ideas conflict with a few future scenes I already have down, so then I have to scramble to update those and make sure everything is consistent in the story.
Oh and, having a bout of writer's block isn't helping in the writing process, despite having the central plot and ending down.
The current chapter is only about 20% done, as shocking as that sounds. I'm going to try to have it done by the end of this month. I apologize for the long delay, but I want to make sure the story is good. If I rush all of the time, I'm afraid the quality would suffer. And that doesn't make an enjoying reading experience, now does it?