Author has written 17 stories for Haibane Renmei, Kino's Journey, My Little Pony, and Christine.
Kino's Journey -- Dead Man's Curve was completed in February 2010, though your reviews and comments are of course always eagerly invited.
The sequel to the series, Old Haunts, is essentially complete as of February 2011, though both series are subject to additions. Because "Haunts" follows a different character, Gia, I've formatted it as a single entry. Again, I'm eager to read your feedback.
A third series, The Bird of Time, was completed in October of 2014. If you're just now reading my stories here, welcome. Kino's in for a mind-blowing trip that will change her forever. I don't think she'd want it any other way.
In real life I've built a career in Hollyweird, but not as a writer, sad to say. Seven feature screenplays currently languish on my hard-drive. I did publish a non-fiction book in late 2015 -- Firewall: The Propagandist's Guide to Self-Defense, available on Amazon, where you can also find a hundred and fifty audio-books I've recorded for other authors.
I just published my first novel, Triptych -- Colette's Crusade, on Amazon, with audio-book. The story is very, very loosely inspired by an anime called Noir. Soon as my art team is finished, my first children's book should be out, "The Squirrel Who Tried Peanut Butter." I ultimately hope someday to re-dress all the copyright-infringing elements of the Kino and Gia stories and repackage all this fan-fiction as a novel.
I have a modest YouTube channel called "Commando Solo," where I offer two mini-courses on creative writing. The first, for adults, is a reading of some of the greatest essays on writing. The second, for the young'uns, is a series called "How to Fix It" where I demonstrate how sound writing principles could improve episodes of "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic."