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Author has written 19 stories for Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, Soul Eater, and Naruto.
So I'm back after a long time because Graduate School Applications hurt like a bum so I'm considering a job as an Amazon Novelist. I say Amazon because I can push out a crap ton of bad writing and hopefully make money? That was probably offensive to real, amazing writers out there. Not my intention.
I'm trying my hand at romance in the traditional form (as in person meets person and good things happen) since I like to read romance but I'm not very good at writing it. I enjoy writing humour and I hope to convey this in my work. I am un-beta'd and I do appreciate constructive criticism. I tend to write in slight AU to full blown AU as I find it hard to subscribe to an original author's universe completely. I'm the first to admit I'm terrible at getting back to people's comments and so on. I will try my best, but no promises.
I enjoy manga, comics, reality TV, and books. Notable mentions are Gintama, Batman, Bad Girls Club (This show OMG, like PM me if we want to vent together FOR REALS), The Kite Runner, Flowers for Algernon, Q, and more.
Current In Progress Works (Universe - Title):
Naruto - The Dolphin Project (I will aim to publish a chapter a month)
THIS IS A WARNING FOR ALL YOUR FANFICTION READERS OUT THERE!! DO NOT. I REPEAT, DO NOT! DO NOT READ THE SKYLARK'S CANOPY, because it sucks and I need to RE-WRITE the entire thing... ALL OVER AGAIN. Please try reading any one of the one-shots that I have written. Oh yea! P.S DON'T READ AOA: ART OF ABSTRACT either, it also... sucks. "The reason I keep both of these stories on this site even though I know I will not be completing them is because as an aspiring writer, I have found that it's endearing to look back and laugh at my old, atrocious works. I am now much older (though still in youth) than when I first started, and I find that I want to write for and to my demographic. Still, Fanfiction.net has allowed me to live vicariously through my writing of other authors' (in this case, mangakas). I hope to find time in my schedule to continue writing using the characters that I have admired." - May 30, 2015