Author has written 4 stories for Pokémon.
So, its been a while since I've updated, like, seven years.
Most of the stuff I posted here was posted back when I was in middle school, and now I'm in college! Yay for progression.
Speaking of progression, my writing has progressed quite a bit since middle school, as it should. I won't be taking down any of my old fics. After all, ever fic was somebodies fault. Even though I may be embarrassed by them now, there are still people who enjoy them, and they are a reflection of me at a younger age. That alone is worth their continued survival. To be clear None of the stories posted before March 2016 will be updated or continued. However, this is not to say none of these stories won't be revisited in newer stories.
Like before, I will mostly be posting Pokemon anime!verse fanfiction here. It is my beloved fandom after all. I am a Pokeshipper at heart, however I enjoy working with all the twerps, and playing with alternate ships from time to time. In fact, I have some AshXMistyXBrock stuff in the work. I'm a fan of tragedy, so expect quite a bit of character death in my stories. Its actually pretty apparent in my older work tbh.
Updates probably won't be frequent, but this should show, they'll eventually come.
I also post fics and art work at these links:
While I do post Pokemon stuff there, you'll also find my original work.
As mentioned, none of these will be updated, but I do have a few notes on these stories for posterity sake.
Love is in the Air: I remember working really hard bake when I was middle school to have these all done in time. Good times. However, I don't ship Ikarishipping as much as I once did. My view of both Dawn and Paul has changed quite a bit in the last seven years.
Tears That I Cry: This story is probably the basis of a lot of my current fic writing. Its just some much fun to kill the twerps, and then focus on the aftermath of those deaths. Quite a few reoccurring themes.
Love and War: This is the one I'm most embarrassed by. I got inspired to write it during my 7th grade unit on WWII (side note- least favorite teacher in my educational career). I didn't have a great grasp on a lot of the concepts surrounding the war at the time. I've had a lot more education since, and as a result, I find it pretty cringe worthy. For those who are interested, I believe the original plan was for ash to be revealed to be dead all along. I am however a bit interested in possibly revisiting the idea of war and the Pokemon cast, but I'll probably keep it within the Pokemon World if I do it.