Author has written 27 stories for Mario, Twilight, Misc. Games, Alice in Wonderland, 2010, Peter Pan, Inception, Sorcerer's Apprentice, 2010, Kim Possible, iCarly, Legend of Zelda, Degrassi, Big Bang Theory, Pretty in Pink, Final Fantasy X, Scott Pilgrim, Roswell, and Sleepy Hollow.
About the Writer:
I’m a dude, playing a dude, disguised as another dude - Tropic Thunder
I like crack ships. I have no qualms if you think the pairings I choose are uncommon, weird, or dysfunctional, because really, they probably are. It’s not to say I mind vanilla shipping, I don’t, I just find (un)common ships… fascinating. They make you look at characters in new and unexpected ways, where they delve into the flaws of our protagonists and the heart of our villains.
I am a sloth about updating. If you want to know if I’m still working on a fic, if I plan on continuing a one-shot, or what story I’ve shuttered far off in a corner for the time being, feel free to send me a PM and ask, I promise I’ll reply.
If you’re looking for some grandiose, exquisitely written prose or something veering more into the risqué category, well, you’re probably in the wrong place. Other than that, feel free to browse and carouse through my ficlets!
Update time! The second chapter of the reworking of What Promise? is up, so feel free to check it out. Also, I did a small update to Service with a Smile. I fixed a few of the more stilted lines and corrected all of the tense changes (I think).
If you have any questions, please feel free to drop me a line!
Current Song of Inspiration:
Little Talks by Of Monsters and Men
Because You Asked, Final Sunrise, To Sway A Heart, Eying Alice, A Mother Should Always Return Home, Coffee Flavored Scotch, No Promises, A Moment's Beauty, A Stolen Moment, Of Foxes And Trout, iGet Blackmailed, As The Scarlet Wind Blows, Back Alley Sinners, Of Love And Coffee, Who We Are Is Not Who We've Been With, iRueYou, Spectral Eyes, Dour Smiles, To Behold The Night, Cliche, iFarewell, Saints And Sinners, Service With A Smile, Blink, iLeft, Memory