Author has written 1 story for Gundam Wing/AC, and Gundam Seed.
Current Story: Broken Wings (Rewrite of Wings of Zero)
Full Summary: While investigating an anonymous message, Heero and Duo end up in the Cosmic Era. New mobile suits, new factions, and a whole new war. As their new adventure begins in the Cosmic Era, old ghosts from the past surfaces in this new world. Forced to choose sides, the pilots must now take up arms once again and bring this threat to an end and allow peace to rain upon this war-torn Era.
Heero x Cagalli
Others To be Determined.
Update 10/28/13 - As a full year approaches since the last update, I feel that with the virtually year long hiatus from writing, my motivation is slowly building back and the desire to write is also returning. Though, like many who have suffered from incomplete projects, it is a road and hill that is long and difficult to traverse and overcome. While I make no guarantee date of when the story itself will be updated, know that I am slowly working towards going back to it. Unlike the previous time, I am not rewriting the whole thing, AGAIN. At this time I'm simply reevaluating the material I have, my standing regarding it (complete attitude with it, etc).
The thought of updating it is also a flip of the coin. I have grown to dislike how the process goes (Writing and editing a chapter, uploading the chapter, readers read the chapter and then they leave their opinion on the chapter combined with the entire work at the time they wrote their review.) To me, I am leaning toward finishing the story and once it is complete, I will then update it for users and readers to read the story in it's entirety and review the whole thing. While I understand the argument that chapters in a fanfiction story is akin to episodes of a television show, I personally don't see the two in that image. Reviewing a work in progress is like reviewing half a movie, or half of a completed video game. I see the stories on here as works that should be completed before review. Sure, the ongoing reviews help authors, but I would rather readers point out all the issues they had with the entire thing, that way if there should be a sequel or another story I write, I know to avoid the collected criticisms that if they are fair.
With this I return to asking your patience and apologize for those who had this story on alert and if any changes (my swapping out chapters/updating the actual chapter) made you think that the story was actually updated when all I really changed was replacing two chapters with the same ones, adding in the correct disclaimer statement to avoid any legal issues.