Author has written 10 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Dragon Age.
A few thoughts on An Unquenchable Flame.
Thought I'd add a tale with an OCxCole pairing after being surprised at how many people ship Cole with...well, with nearly anyone in the cast of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I figured that none of the companions would like Cole in that way - to them he's practically a babby! Or an abomination. So I set out to create someone who would attract a human Cole and would be attracted in turn by him (I imagine mind reading isn't a skill many would appreciate over time). It started out as a little idea and has grown into a massive story that got me exploring the kinds of emotional responses that would be experienced by someone on the sidelines of all the crazy that happened to Thedas in the last ten years. I kinda like Sinead - she's a plucky, hopeful young woman, even with all her baggage. Though I am so, so glad I'm not her.
I recommend reading my Hetalia stories in this order, if you plan on following my Russia series.
Gift of the Heart -- A Hetalia Axis Powers story featuring Russia and most of the Soviet Bloc. A Chronicle of Lithuania's time with Russia, from beginning to end.
England's Queen -- A short story featuring England's love of Elizabeth I
Little Brother -- A short short with Ukraine and Russia at the beginning of Russia's occupation by Mogolia
National Interest -- A humanxnation paring with Russia, examining the pros and cons of a human falling in love with a nation. Also, political intrigue!
The Quiet Ones -- Russia's past comes home to roost. Will his mistakes end up taking down the world with him?
A Wave in the Night -- The countries are under attack by an unknown source. Disguised as human, Russia, Ukraine, England, China, America, Italy and Germany seek the spell castor that threatens them as the spell castor seeks them to finish the job she began - erasing the nations from existence.
Hetalia is super fun because there is just so much one can do with historical figures, current events, relationships throughout history between the nations. Russia is a favorite for me because of my interest in Russian history/politics/language (a minor hobby long before I stumbled upon Hetalia).