Author has written 12 stories for Fullmetal Alchemist, One Piece, Harry Potter, and Doctor Who.
Hello world! :D
Name: colordrifter (previously known as SilverRainFalls. I changed my penname here to match my LiveJournal username)
Age: Not old enough to legally drink yet. At least not in the US.
Fandoms I'm currently in: One Piece, Fullmetal Alchemist, Lord of the Rings/The Silmarillion, Sherlock (BBC), Doctor Who, Avengers, Good Omens, and I'm venturing out into Supernatural territory
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My muse has deserted me during the school year, although I've been trying to lure it back via reading fics and looking at funny gifs on Tumblr. It's not working very well.
I am, first and foremost, a reader. And then a dreamer. And then a writer. So while I suffer from chronic plot bunny attacks, it takes a long time for me to put pen to paper. That's why I like to write oneshots because I can do SO MUCH with them and not have it take me forever to finish it! And I'd love to write a multi-chapter story, but I'd have to complete the story before posting just to make sure there's an ending. I feel so let down when a great story is dropped halfway because the author doesn't have time to finish it. I wouldn't want to disappoint my readers.
My writing genres vary, but I like to stick with canon. I also love minor characters, because they just don't get enough love. Sometimes it's the minor characters that affect the story the most.
I'm not really a pairings person (although that is starting to change...slightly), mostly because some books about sparkly vampires ruined the story concept for me and turned romance into mindless obsession. I generally prefer nakamaship/family stories. So most (if not all) my stories will be Gen-fics. I'm up for all the other genres: action, humor, adventure, angst, horror, h/c...
As a general rule, I don't read or write yaoi, yuri, or slash. I have absolutely nothing against gay people, but some of the more creative pairings are a little too far-fetched for me. If those people aren't together in canon, then they should stay that way. Personal preference, 'tis all.
Although I've only been actively writing fic for about two years, I think I've made some improvements. So some of my earlier stories are definitely shaky and the characters are a little OOC. I don't want to make any major edits to them or delete them because I like having a benchmark of seeing how much I've improved. But I still cringe a little when I reread them. Just a warning! ;)
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