Author has written 2 stories for Naruto.
Been writing fanfiction and original fiction for close to a decade now.
College student, anime watcher, occasional artist, aspiring author.
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Check out my original novel on Kindle:
"The Garden of Ash" by Jay Madder
Several thousand years ago, humanity was almost wiped from the earth by a cataclysm unleashed by a mysterious entity called ‘the Abyss.' With most of history lost, the world began to fundamentally change. Creatures, part-animal, part-human, walked the earth. Psychic powers appeared in an unfortunate few.
In the bowels of an autocratic city-state, six youngsters, outcast due to their psychic powers, summon a creature from the Abyss—a mysterious fire-wielding girl with cat ears and red hair, who is neither as human nor as monstrous as she appears.
With the end of the world bearing down on them and the border between reality and dreams wavering, they must come up against the city's iron fist, the girl’s past, the threat of the Abyss, and their own uncertain futures. However, the end of everything might just be unavoidable—if there was anything worth saving to begin with.US: https:///dp/B09Y4JFQC2 CA: https:///dp/B09Y4JFQC2 UK: https:///dp/B09Y4JFQC2
"Spider Thread" (UPDATED April 19, 2022):
A former assassin is reborn in the Naruto world circa the Third Shinobi World War. Brash, impulsive, and very very self-involved, Tomoe decides to become a ninja and faces a sea of obstacles in order to get what she wants, provided she ever figures out what exactly that is.
Main Cast: a liar with sociopathic tendencies; a very touchy-feely Shisui; Itachi, who's trying his best, really; and Kakashi in the role of a long-suffering surrogate brother.
"This Transient, Floating World":
A rather down on her luck office worker, after a mishap in the reincarnation office, bullies god's employee into a better deal on her new life. Or so she thinks.
Cast: one girl who can't feel pain and thinks the Shinobi world ought to put itself in order or by god she will make it; one boy who insists she isn't stupid despite mounting evidence to the contrary; and a few parents in sore need of therapy.
Fanfiction is what literature might look like if it were reinvented from scratch after a nuclear apocalypse by a band of brilliant pop-culture junkies trapped in a sealed bunker. They don't do it for money. That's not what it's about. The writers write it and put it up online just for the satisfaction. They're fans, but they're not silent, couchbound consumers of media. The culture talks to them, and they talk back to the culture in its own language.
—Lev Grossman, TIME