Author has written 32 stories for Dragon Ball Z, Marching Band, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII, Legend of Zelda, Kingdom Hearts, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.
Sometimes after a long hiatus, it's the fans--not the writing--that makes you feel a lot better about coming back. Writing a story and knowing that when people read it, they laugh or cry or get inspired is what drives a lot of these fanfictions to completion, even if they are just a shoddy oneshot. Review the stories you read, folks.
About me? I'm over two decades old now and have lived in four countries, and all I can really say for myself is that I'm a sucker for a boy with a drink and a sword in his hand. I write yaoi because I like to, but occasionally if the fancy strikes me I'll write a het couple. I don't think I'm very good at it. I'm a Pitt graduate with a degree in Psychology, among a handful of other things. I'm kind of a nerd.
If I were to take one food with me to a deserted island, it would be potatoes. My favorite color is blue, I like college ruled notebooks without the wire binding, and I drive a tiny gray car. I wear a size 9 sneaker, I'm bad at bowling and good at kendo, and I will cautiously admit to writing at least one yaoi story involving my ex-boyfriend, which ended up being a magnificent failure. I have a ball python named Plissken.
As for my fanfics, what I write is constantly up in the air. My preferences change as often as the wind, if you'll pardon the cliche. I'm mostly finished with writing dragonball z fanfiction--it had its day. I mostly focus on Phoenix Wright, Final Fantasies 7 and 8, and maaaaybe the occasional Kingdom Hearts ditty. I take requests on occasion as long as they don't have to do with vampires, Naruto, or MPreg, and if you ask really nicely, I'll probably beta your fic for you.
I'm neurotic and enjoy getting feedback more than I'll let on.
In conclusion, a bit of advice: There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.