Author has written 1 story for Naruto.
"Doubt is not a pleasant condition; but certainty is absurd." -Voltaire
The Phiraris Sarari:
It's a strange name, and I know you've never heard the phrase before. Probably because I made it up. It comes from another storyline I'm working on (not a fanfiction) and basically means 'the first of us.' It is the title given to one of the Dragons because he is, literally, the first. I don't have much of a reason for choosing this pen name other than I couldn't think of anything else and the Phiraris Sarari is just an awesome character. In my opinion, anyway, but I'm kind of biased.
I am in fact female.
My age? Somewhere between 1 and 100. Take a guess.
I live in the USA.
Summary: Naruto is about to die. At least, that’s what he thinks. Instead, he finds himself waking up in a mental hospital surrounded by doctors all telling him the same thing: his whole life, everything that happened, was just a hallucination…
More: More or less an AU, Silent Break is the story of Naruto as if the entire series was just a hallucination. It isn't just about his recovery, but also a mystery: How did he end up in that state? How are the nine patients connected? How can they recognize each other if they've never met consciously?
Ideas and Beliefs of This Writer/Quotes I Agree With or Like:
I completely support gay rights, and I'm personally fine with any fan fictions containing same-gender pairings, though I haven't written any before.
I dislike the insinuation that children (and teenagers) don't understand, because they often do.
"There's nothing worse than living to be my age and saying 'I could have played second base for the Boston Red Sox but my dad wanted me to study law.' Tell your dad to study law. You go and climb Everest." -Bill Bryson
"Give me one firm spot on which to stand, and I will move the Earth." -Archimedes
I have an overactive imagination; there is never any shortage of ideas in my mind. It is harnessing these ideas and forcing them into words that is difficult and time-consuming.
Editing is the most irritating part of the process, but it rewards with the best possible product.