Author has written 12 stories for One Piece, Ouran High School Host Club, Naruto, Merlin, Inception, and Teen Wolf.
In case my lack of update since 2013 hadn't clued you in, I've pretty much given up on writing fanfiction. I'm so sorry! I was never the most popular fanfic writer, but every so often I get a notification from this website telling me I have a new follower, review, or favourite. I know I've let my readers down, especially followers of Kids Of Heart, which unfortunately is destined to never be finished.
As I've grown older I've moved away from the anime fandom, including the cosplay and roleplay communities, and so in turn my enthusiasm for writing fanfiction has decreased. I'm nearly 20, no longer living with my parents and I've almost finished my second year studying Journalism at university, and I've come to realise that I'm only really interested in news and feature writing, rather than creative writing and fanfiction. Of course, this could change! But that's how things stand right now. Occasionally I go back and read my old favourite fanfics, but then I've always preferred to read fiction rather than write it. My interests have shifted so much since I started writing fanfiction in my bedroom at my mum's house, so I don't think I'll ever go back to writing it.
I'll still keep all of my fanfics up for you to read if you so wish. If you're interested in how Kids Of Heart would have ended, I think I still have a document floating around on my laptop with the plot outline for the remaining few chapters, which I'll happily PM to anyone who asks.
Honestly, the response I got to Critical Hit was really good for me. It really boosted my self esteem and confidence in my writing ability, and further convinced me that writing for a living was the way to go. So thank you to everyone who's ever left a review, followed me or one of my stories, faved a fic, or simply lurked around. Every so often I look at my traffic stats and smile about how many people all over the world have read my fanfics.
- Teh Drama Llama, May 17th 2015