Author has written 4 stories for Slayers, Death Note, and Sherlock.
In general, I won't start posting stories I'm serious about until they're nearly finished... hence the total lack of interesting stuff here right now.
I'm currently somewhere in the middle of writing several stories for Slayers, Death Note, and Bleach. I am, however, mostly working on original writing, and really have no idea when I plan to finish them.
Several Stories I'm Currently Working On:
Lost Memories (Slayers): Zelgadis regains his human body in exchange for his memories of being a chimera. I didn't have any serious plans for this one when I wrote the prologue, but I've finally gone back to it and (hopefully) will be posting chapters with something approaching regularity. Unlike most of my stories, I'm putting this one up chapter by chapter as I finish writing them.
Siblings (Slayers): The adventures of Luna, Naga, Gabriel, and Raeza (last two are OCs). I'm actually thinking of making this several stories, each paralleling an arch of Slayers (Siblings NEXT, etc.). If I do that, I'll probably start out with a Siblings PRE, explaining how they all meet each other, as well as various oddities like Zelgadis's sword and why the Philosopher's Stone was in a statue. I'm still kinda fuzzy on details with this one, but I definitely do plan to write/post it in the future.
Apples (Death Note): Ryuk gets sent to the human world as a human, tasked with ensuring the King's new development goes according to plan. In more comprehensible terms, there's more to the Shinigamis than the Death Notes, and two-hundred years following Light's failure, there are forces which want to watch humans try again. I was once quite serious about this story; however, like virtually all my non-original stories, I had to back-burner it for a bit while I worked on an extended original piece. Looking back on it now, I've realized that it needs some major re-working to be any good, and, while I'd love to post it in the future, I doubt it will be ready any time soon.
KlorX (Bleach): Like a butterfly flapping its wings, a single mistake can change the course of history... I can't really go into any explanation for this one, for various (primarily plot-related) reasons. I'm not even sure if this would be the best medium for the story; I might very well end up expressing the idea in a more visual form.
I have a somewhat unusual proposal for any interested writers. It's a tandem project (of sorts) for a Death Note story. It requires a fair amount of commitment, above-average writing skills, and a willingness to do something which I don't believe has ever been tried on this site. PM me if you're interested.