Author has written 11 stories for Shaman King, D.Gray-Man, Rurouni Kenshin, Harry Potter, Bleach, Teen Wolf, Naruto, Monochrome Factor, and Sword Art Online/ソードアート・オンライン.
Now, as you've started reading this I guess it's time for a proper introduction. Nothing too personal, just a couple of things you should know about me and my writing.
I am, as my Avatar suggests, female. I'm a student and have haunted this site for several years before deciding to try my hand at writing. I am inclined to listen to reviewers who bring up good points and can argument their case whenever I need some convincing.
About my writing:
The most important thing you should know about me is that updates happen whenever I got a chapter ready, which is largely dependent on available inspiration, real life responsibilities, whether or not I've found an interesting story lately, and several other factors I won't bore you with. Just a warning: there's rarely a day I don't read for fun, and most of the time I read a lot. Naturally, this really eats my writing time. I blame all the good authors in the world for this.
I always try to post at least one chapter each month. This can be a new chapter for an already existing story, or it can be the beginning of a new story. I try to post more, but I can't make any promises.
I won't abandon a story (no matter how long it has been since it has been updated!) unless I really, really don't know what to do with it anymore (in which case I put it up for adoption) or when I absolutely hate it (in which case I'll remove it from the site). Reviews are for me the best indicators that people are honestly interested in my stories. Reading them (especially new ones) motivates me like nothing else can.
I have a rudimentary plot for each of my stories in my head. These are not set in stone - you have no idea how often I change my mind or come up with new stuff - but they are the major guidelines I use when writing. Suggestions from readers are very welcome since they may give me ideas that enrich my stories or make me consider a plot line I may not have thought of before.
Since I've got quite a few questions about it by now: I don't write harem stories and while it might come up, romance is never the center point of my plots. At most it will be a subplot. It depends a bit on how important romance was in canon. Personally I don't put much stock in finding significant others for my characters, because I think there are more important things in their lives than that. Like, say, surviving to see their next birthday or eliminating the latest Big Bad, to name two. There's more to life and love than just romance and sex.
About my stories:
Old Soul Reborn: a story that started as a cute little baby plotbunny for a oneshot and then grew up to become a multi-chapter monster. Because of this the plot isn't as solid as it would have been if I had planned it this way from the start. I'm trying to make up for that but damn is it difficult to keep the story stable when new ideas won't stop popping up! Augh!
Our Hollow Brother (alter): an adopted story from TealEyedBeing. I had intended to just correct a few minor things in the original chapters, but that plan failed spectacularly. Now chapter 7 is finished I am finally done with rewriting, and can now focus on the part of the story that will be entirely my own.
Converging Roads: part 1 of a series and another utterly failed attempt at writing a oneshot. It's an experimental story line where I split up the main story into several shorter stories. This to avoid having to somehow craft a story with huge time-skips into a proper whole. We'll see how well it goes. Hopefully it won't become a monster like most of my other stories. The series is called Paths of the Afterlife.
The Devil's Attendant: slow going since my focus hasn't been fully on that universe for a long time. I'm not going to stop writing though.
Ground Fire: one of my older stories which I'm still crazily in love with. I'm working on it, but it hasn't been going as well as I want for quite some time now. The delay is mostly to blame on me having issues hammering out the details of some very important parts of the future plot. And I can't continue until I have these pieces figured out, since the roots of many future issues influence the early part of the story. My apologies for taking so long.
Assassin of Aincrad: same problem as Ground Fire basically. Future parts of the plot are giving me issues.
A Silent Sound of Loneliness: a short something that took possession of my brain until I put it on paper. I don't expect any additions to this story.
Bleach stories and crossovers in general: when I play around with the Bleach universe I only use the manga and pretend that Bleach ended after butterfly Aizen was defeated. I’m not getting into the messes that follow after that because Tite Kubo has a habit of creating very rigid, oppressing world rules (see everything mentioned about the Soukyoku’s supposed overpowered-ness and the whole Quincy race's insane link to Yhwach), and then breaking them. There are too many inconsistencies and it has gotten so bad that Ywach has developed into a canon Gary Stu, only without the love interest. Really, his abilities are so crazy they're not even funny anymore. I don't like these arcs and I doubt I would finish any of my Bleach stories if I had to wrestle through the headache trying to make sense of these things would give me. My only concession to the existence of these arcs is that I may use some minor details from them, such as Kenpachi's Zanpakutou's name or Kyouraku's Bankai (if that ever comes up). I'm sorry if this disappoints you.
My stories in general: when writing, I almost exclusively follow the manga or books. Sometimes I use scenes or characters from anime or movies, but those are my only concessions to those media. My reason for this is that I dislike fillers so rarely watch anime in the first place, and movie adaptations often lack a lot of the story's background, plus sometimes they add ridiculous and unnecessary stuff (e.g. the dragon chase in movie 4 of Harry Potter. Seriously, why? It doesn't make sense!).
10/2013: I've deleted the 'don't destroy our stories' message that used to be here because nothing was happening and it started to annoy me whenever I saw it. Though the statement still stands.
11/2014: Yes, yes, I know what a lot of you are thinking. I already have two big stories running, why add more? Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending how you look at it) my bunnies breed and have a tendency to grow very big, very fast. You lot probably won't be happy to hear I've got at least two other stories on my computer, all waiting for the first chapter to get finished. I can't help it! They're like weeds! Furry weeds! They just keep popping up all over the place!
... Please be patient with me.
4/2015: No people, you didn't read it wrong. I have adopted a story even though I already have more than enough of my own. Unfortunately, this bunny refuses to leave me alone and I'm too much of a softy to kick it out. Don't worry, I'm still working on my other stories too.
7/2015: Okay, for anyone wondering what the holdup is for the Devil's Attendant, Assassin of Aincrad, Ground Fire, and Our Hollow Brother, let it be known that I have serious inspiration issues. As in, way too many ideas for interesting, multi-chapter stories. I've had this all my life, but only now that I am writing my ideas down it has become a bit of an issue. Right now I am actively working on nine stories (those previously mentioned included), but that is not counting the eight other stories I have ideas but not enough inspiration for to regularly work on. Add to that that at the moment I'm very busy with moving out, college, work, and whatever other stuff life throws my way, that means that updates are, regrettably, very slow. I'm not abandoning any of my stories, nor are any of them on hiatus. I'm working on them. I know waiting sucks, I hate having to wait for months myself, but for me, fast updates are simply impossible to guarantee. If I have a month in which I can fully focus on one story you may see some quick updates, but that is very rare. Most of the time I'm adding bits and pieces to all my works until one has enough for a chapter, at which point I will post said chapter. Given the number of stories I'm working on, updating a single story is a slow process, and damn unpredictable, but I hope you all will enjoy my works despite this.
12/2015: Heh. Someone called me 'weebo' today. As a result I had quite a bit of fun on the Urban Dictionary looking the term and other related words up. 'Weebo' was described as someone who revolves their whole life around anime and manga, usually only mainstream material. Apparently they are common abusers of language in general and Japanese in particular, and behave like an extremely over the top otaku. This description made me laugh quite a bit. For the guest who left the comment: you're terribly wrong. I am not a weebo; instead I have discovered that I'm an otapii. Finally a word that describes my kind of people. Thank you for that. For those that wonder why on earth I put this on my profile, see it as me sharing the fun. There is truly some interesting vocabulary to be found on the Urban Dictionary. Mostly ridiculous, but interesting nonetheless. Honestly, some people come up with the weirdest things.
01/2016: I've checked and realized that during the last year I've posted a total of 14 chapters on this account. My goal for this year is to surpass that. Wish me luck!
07/2016: Sorry everyone for the lack of updates. RL is eating my life and brain. Hopefully I will have a chance to get back into the swing of things in a few weeks.