Author has written 7 stories for Code Geass, Gundam Wing/AC, Harry Potter, Bakuman, Nurarihyon no Mago/ぬらりひょんの孫, Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Treasure Planet.
Welcome to my profile.
I'm gained some confidence in my writing and appreciate everyone who have read my stories very much! Knowing people actually read and like them is a very nice feeling indeed.
Now you've read some of my rambling here's a couple things about me and my writing (my writing and I):
-Compliments are wonderful. Any constructive criticism is welcomed with eager eyes and will be devoured hungrily. Flames are also accepted. Just for both constructive criticism and flames, please state what's wrong, how to fix it, and why. Constructive criticism helps the writing process, telling me what errors I have to write to make the story successful. Questions or comments also can influence what happens in the story, or how certain scenes may or may not go.
-I do not own anything.
UPDATE: I'm going on vacation to the mountains. So, no computer means no internet, and no internet means no updates. Maybe the mountain air will give me inspiration. XD
What's Going On
Of Promises and Lies (OPAL)- I have proudly finished it and glow with pride!
Of Masks and Mirrors (OMAM)- It's a challenge to meet, a mighty task. On Hiatus.
Salvation- It was a very therapeutic one-shot. It could be a multi-chapter story, but it's going to stay a one-shot.
The Last Fourteen- Deciding what to do with this one... It needs to be re-worked. A lot.
Take Me to the Stars- Chapter 3 is done and up!
The Letter- The sixth thing on this small, but growing list.
Rising- Shamisen power and demons. XD I love this one. Chapter three is up! Chapter four is just about half way there!
Midnight Lessons- This is the closest thing to romance I have so far. XD
*Bold- actively working on at the moment
Thank you very much!
And is it me, or do I seem to ramble more and more at the end of every chapter I write?
Board of the Mind
Draco Malfoy lived in a peaceful world, a world a bit too regular for his tastes? Labeled as 'dark' for his 'different' way of expressing himself, he has very few acquaintances and no friends at all. Taking on a challenge from an unknown source, he begins creating a novel with fictional characters and himself, where he dictates what is 'dark' and 'light'. In the process, he writes and releases his yearning for acceptance. What happens when the characters become more than just ink and paper? (Harry Potter)
"Je ne te quitterai point que je ne t'aie vu pendu." (I will not leave you until I have seen you hanged.) -Jean Baptiste Poquelin Moliere (This quote was what started a great story. Too bad it's an original piece of writing. :P)