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Author has written 18 stories for Bleach, Hakuōki/薄桜鬼, Magi/マギ, Joker/Clover/Heart no Kuni no Alice, Hetalia - Axis Powers, D.Gray-Man, Naruto, Fairy Tail, RWBY, and Transformers/Beast Wars.
02/21/17: An update for those of you who check my account to make sure college has not killed me-
I am pleased to announce that Wisps of Smoke is being rewritten under the title Iridescence. That's a story I very much enjoy and do not want to go unfinished. I also believe that it can be significantly improved and am working to do that. This time, we'll actually have a formulated plot and not just shipping fanservice :)
I am also currently periodically working on two other AU's for the "Remnants of the Fallen Kingdom" universe. Check out the universe guide below for more information on the entirety of that universe. Melissiaew and I have kinda set our Naruto stuff aside from now, but, don't worry, we didn't give up. Out of Darkness and Beyond the Veil hold the same status as grey-area, update-when-can fics.
As a side note, I have begun working on a novel that marries Victorian-era historical fiction with portal fiction and high fantasy. If anyone knows of any interesting resources for Victorian style/slang/culture or fantasy writing stuff, feel free to shoot me a message!
Hey! Thanks for coming to my page!
I'm just your not-so-average college student geek. I love to travel internationally. Seville, Spain, is one of my favorite places in the world. I enjoy reading fantasy, science fiction, and historical fiction. I spend most of my free time writing (which long flights provide a lot of a chance for). I like to laugh, am part of many fandoms, and enjoy movie-watching.
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Melissiaew: Survivor and Seeker (Magi), Suave or Not (Magi), Survivor and Seeker: Omake (Magi), Unwilling Sword (Naruto), Song of Shadows (Fairy Tail)
Currently Co-Writing With:
Melissiaew: Golden Love (Magi), Gaara's Morning Glory (Naruto)
Constructive criticism breeds success, rudeness breeds nothing. Do not flame me. Likewise, I will not flame anyone, no matter how poor I think the writing may be. Should I attempt to give you constructive criticism, I ask that you not bite my head off in response, my only wish is to provide feedback to help you better yourself as a writer.
Allow me to provide an example of a flame that I received on Out of Darkness: "F--, I had hoped you were dead but sadly you're still alive and still writing s-- fics!"
While this may have been sarcasm in response to my comment "flames are frowned upon in this establishment" at the end of the chapter, it was still uncalled for. If it was a joke, it shows a lack of decency on the writer's part. Suicide and death jokes are never okay. If it wasn't a joke, a person who has nothing better to do than insult others needs to find a way to be a productive member of society. I thought that perhaps that needed addressed. Think about what you say or write before you do so. Many of us are just looking for an outlet for our creativity and have little patience for foolishness. After all, this isn't Youtube or Tumblr.
Remnants of the Fallen Kingdom expanded universe guide:
Golden Love: (Set on Alma Torran, before and during the events of the flashback arc). Zara, the half-breed daughter of David and one of his concubines, stands with her half-brother against their father's tyranny, growing up in a period of war and death. A beloved member of Solomon's party, and the heiress of the Niran race, she finds her childhood ripped away by bloody battle. As the war progresses, friends are made and friends are lost, but none of them could ever guess what would come to pass. (Written by Melissiaew. Rated T)
Survivor and Seeker: (Begins before the start of Magi and continues on to mostly follow the main plot). Things got seriously weird for Thamina after she was sucked off her porch steps and into a Dungeon. It got even weirder when she realized that the world she'd been a part of wasn't her home, and that she had once been a member of 'Solomon's Household'. At first, she was skeptical. Then, her memories began to return. Now, she's dutifully following the Rukh as events are set into motion by the appearance of a boy who is the very image of her king. With the aid of Varangian princesses and a womanizing king, Thamina's battle against Al Tharmen and their darkness is continuous as she follows Solomon's Path of Destiny. Old enemies continue to rise to face her as she follows the Rukh, but, her allies are many, and she isn't exactly a pushover either. (Rated T for violence, dark themes, and Mina's language)
Survivor and Seeker: Omake: An ongoing series of assorted short stories/drabbles about things that took place outside of what is seen in the main SaS storyline. Times/places vary from Alma Torran to the three year timeskip to an unseen moment of a section of SaS. Updated as ideas/requests strike and time is had. (Rated T)
Suave or Not: A modern-esque AU set in the world of Magi. What would have happened if Solomon, Sheba, and Mina hadn't been lost in the Battle of Alma Torran and the Household hadn't needed to become djinn? Now the world runs on trade rather than battle, and empires are build through business instead of conquest. As Mina stands for Varang's company, she catches the eyes of both Sinbad of Sindria and Kouen Ren of Kou, two powerful men who take an interest in her savvy and fearless personality. As interest turns to pursuit, Mina finds herself dodging the advances of a pair who simply don't take "no" for an answer, something Salos isn't too happy about. (Rated T for suggestive themes, sensuality, mentions of sex, language, and mentions of battle).
In the Arms of a King: What if, during Mina's initial flight from Sindria (mentioned in ch. 8 of SaS), she said a bit more than she meant to? What if, after she left, Sinbad wrote to her, apologizing? Not once, but twice. What if she wrote back, thereby starting a string of correspondence that would last over the course of the next two or so years? Thus begins a story that retells certain parts of Survivor and Seeker. Mina begins to feel something much different than her former animosity towards the King of Sindria. After all, they told each other many things in those letters, becoming closer than either could have ever guessed they would. For her, he's the one person who might understand her alienation and act as her anchor in an unfamiliar world. For him, she's someone who is trustworthy and shares his love of travel. Together, they might be a force to be reckoned with. If Mina will allow the famous womanizer to steal her heart, she might just end up in the arms of a king. And Sinbad isn't the type who lets go easily. (Rated T for sensuality, language, and action. Rating is subject to be raised)
Prince in Shining Armor: Every princess must want a prince on a white horse to swoop in and carry them off into the sunset, right? Wrong. Thamina of the Dioscuri, adopted child of King Solomon and Queen Sheba of Alma Torran, honestly just wants to escape her overbearing twin brother for a while. Princess Keary of Varang doesn't have any interest in marriage and would much rather leave kingdom-running to her capable cousin, Leif, despite the pressure of the Varangian Council. Princess Zara, daughter of the former tyrant king, David, has escaped her father's reach and decides to come along for the ride. Lord Harald, Keary's uncle, happens to know of a convenient tower. Together, the three princesses move in, and, with Mina's illusion magic and Zara's fire, even manage to create a 'dragon' to guard them. For a while, everything is peaceful, aside from the few knights who pop up from time to time. That changes when Princes Kouen and Kouha of the kingdom of Kou appear, brought by the promise of a princess's hand in marriage and all that comes with it if they but defeat a single dragon. Hilarity ensues as they attempt to impress and woo some very reluctant princesses, all of whom would much rather fight than be wed, no matter how attractive the prince. (Rated T for sensuality, language, action, and some crude humor)
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