Author has written 2 stories for Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, and RWBY.
Well, I've been a member here for a while, and writing this profile marks my first foray into putting stories up on ffnet. Hopefully there will be more.
That being said. I'm 30 years old as of this update, living near Akron Ohio, and searching for employment after graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. Go me, right?
Stories in Progress
Vishnu: The TSAB has come and gone, but like the lost logia they sought to restrain, remnants linger on.
Collaborative, co-written sequel project to Grand Phoenix's Shiva. This story follows the awakening of Ixpellia, the Flame King of the Dead, and the rebirth of Nanoha Takamachi, the God-Devil in White. Ten thousand years have passed since her death in combat with the Groβartig Kaiser. The TSAB is no more, having gone the way of countless empires and republics before it. However, Nanoha finds that she's not the only relic of the past that remains.
Hazredous Interruptions: Crippled in a battle with pirates beyond the edges of Administered Space, the TSAB Cruiser Arthra is forced to crash land on an unadministered world with a shattered moon. With no way to get a message out of the planet's strange field of interference, they're forced to seek help from someone in a position of power; Headmaster Ozpin of Beacon Academy. Rated M for language.
Written as my preferred style of crossover: Add new ingredients to the mix, shake and bake, and see what color of butterflies you get.
Isolated Functional Status: Short Stories from the Spirit of Redemption. A series of loosely related scenes and snippets relating to, or from the perspective of the Geth, set in Myetel's Spirit of Redemption setting. The Isolated Functional Status, or IFS, firmware update is designed to allow a mobile platform to optimize its ability to achieve Consensus when unable to contact the rest of the Geth collective, be it by design or by circumstance. Left to function without the rest of the Collective adding their voices, an IFS platform can develop in unexpected ways.
IFS is still in the works.