Author has written 49 stories for Harry Potter, Escaflowne, Gundam Wing/AC, Fushigi Yuugi, Utena, Inuyasha, Ouran High School Host Club, Gilmore Girls, Crossing Jordan, Castle, Fire Emblem, Anne of Green Gables series, Haven, Legend of Korra, Labyrinth, Covert Affairs, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, and Voltron: Legendary Defender.
Greeting's and welcome to the insanity!
I'm a married woman with various...talents. Musician, poet, author, artist - I tend to dabble in them all. Currently part-time employed which leaves me time for writing - at least when the muses are whispering in my ear. So you know, fanfiction is sporadic with me. Fandoms wax and wane for me, and while you may think that I've forgotten a story, it is simply because I'm currently engrossed in a different fandom, but I'll return to that story and hopefully finish it when the muses decide that it's time.
Or, you know, I may just forget all about it. Also a possibility.
"Once A Day" is, for all intents and purposes "complete" even though I haven't marked it as such. That's largely because there's almost 300 prompts for that particular series, and once I fill every prompt the story will be considered as truly complete. However, since most of the stories are stand alone (and I note if they're tied in with other one shots), there's no beginning and no real end. Except, you know, when I run out of prompts.
In the case of my Miraculous Ladybug fics, note anything that would be considered "sin" (note that M rating there, kiddos!) has Marinette and Adrien at age 18. "That Thing You Do" may toe the line on the age because it's rated mostly for innuendo and the like (rather than touching, kissing, etc.), but that's the only one. Anything that might be considered "adult" with those two means they're 18.
Finally, if it's from circa 2000 then it was written in high school and compared to some of the more recent stuff is, at least in my opinion, utter crap. But I keep up because there are enough favorites, reviews, etc., on it to make me leery of taking them down. Even if I'd like to.