Author has written 5 stories for Powerpuff Girls, Naruto, Danny Phantom, Thor, Doctor Who, and Avengers.
Things you should know: I am female. I am LDS or Mormon. I am going on a Mormon mission and will be back sometime mid 2017 until then there will be no updates.
Long term projects: As some of you may have noticed I'm not very good at updating in a timely fashion. Because of this from now on for the rest of my stories I'm going to write 70 to 80 percent of it before posting so here's what I've got in store.
Doctor who: 48000 words about the Doctor's lever falling and Rose traveling in his stead with a twist, includes all past incarnations of the Doctor and I might be convinced to play with the new ones as well.
Star Wars: This fandom has eaten me. All my attention is on it at the moment and I don't regret it. 40000 words on a time travel style I haven't seen done before. I'm really looking forward to this one. I can't wait until it's at the point where I'm cofortable to start posting.
Favorite stories: I have been thinking about this for a while even though not a lot of people see my profile I might as well start putting up my favorite stories but I will only be putting up complete tales simply for the fact that a story needs to be completed for me to make a final judgement on it. I am always looking for good stories that are complete and I'm sure I'm not the only one who looks for a story that they have to wait months for to find out the end.
Prolonging the Inevitable: I cried the first time I read this... and then I read it again and again. Something like this is just so emotionally charged that it's hard not to read it. I love it so much and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone even if you don't ship Doctor/Rose it's that good.
Kids These Days: Oh my gosh this it so cute! I love the Avengers so much and Minivengers are even cuter. I love the idea of the trouble kids can get into and the things they can get away with. With a tattle-tale-Clint, baby-of-the-family-Loki, Cowboy-loving-Steve, Scared-of-the-dark-Tony, and Stressed-out-Fury I laughed out loud during this story. It's adorable.
All We Are: Team building fics are my favorite... it's true I have a weakness. I also have a weakness for platonic sleeping together. I'm not sure why but the idea of being comforted just by a presence is kind of beautiful in my opinion and this story shows it really well.
Yang Yin: This has been one of my favorite stories for years, it was only recently completed, and totally worth every second of reading it. You take the good guys and make them the bad guys, make the Minor kids from steel town into reluctant heroes, and throw in Amazing writing and action scenes. All together it makes for a wonderful story. If you are a fan of 'What ifs...' then you will love this.
Geniuses of Hard Work:The words to describe this story escape me occasionally. The fight scenes are amazingly done, the character development was amazing. I had come across this story a couple times before actually reading, due to the fact that I love team seven and when stories split them up there is usually bashing, of either the Sakura or Sasuke variety. However there wasn't any unfair bashing and was absolutely amazing and the plot was very original I loved it.
Like A Clockwork: A fine example of what should have happened with team seven. I think that this explains what could have happened quiet well, while keeping it short and sweet. I understand that things don’t always go as perfectly as this does, but for a one shot that simply shows glimpses of what might have been I loved it.
A Moment in History: Something to wish upon… Ah if only. A story that has a bitter sweet ending, yet leads to a brighter future that you can almost touch but isn’t quiet real. I loved it, I really did.
Conversations: I think Zuko looks fine without a mustache, thank you very much… That didn’t stop me from laughing my head off when Aang suggested it. I loved it, Zuko and Aang bonding and hilarity that just was amazing. A must read.
Alternate Reality: Incredibly sweet, a reality that makes sense and seems very realistic. Kakashi and Rin as Loving Parents and the small things that happened in between, Naruto had the support base he needed at a young age and Kakashi and Rin had each other.
Dysfunctional: If you have read any of my stories you'll notice that I have this thing for Family and Friendship bonding. That being said... I LOVE this story. Just the idea of a sort of connected family that they all need just makes me happy. A very good read.
The Return of Dani Phantom:A wonderful work of fanfiction. Very few if any mistakes and Wonderful description I felt almost as if I was watching an episode of Danny Phantom. The author has links on her profile of Pictures she has drawn that inspired the story in the first place. All in all she took a fairly under developed character and made her real. I loved it a lot I was practically jumping up and down in my seat as I read it. Don't let the very small amount of reviews fool you after all she posted it all up in two days flat and is currently working on the sequel.
Remembering Me:My goodness this has to be my absolute favorite Parent/child story ever. This is not one of those stories that say "And Three weeks later they were best friends." This story goes into detail making the impossible of Snape ever understanding Harry a reality. Bringing out details that you wouldn't think were important to the surface. While I was reading this I saw all different points that a real author would have added. I laughed at the simple situations that happen and I cried during certain parts. An amazingly heart warming story and a worth while read.
The Art of Being Strong: A new and interesting look into Sasuke's head... and once again with my love for Family/Friendship bonding I just kind of fell in love with this story all of The Mistress of Sarcasm's Stories are really good. It's very thought provoking and makes you wonder... What could happen?
Counterclockwise: I have this mad love for the Weasleys, they just make me so happy inside. It was this story, however that totally made me fall in love with Percy and it totally makes sense in a bazar sort of way. Percy will always have a place in my heart because of this story.
Seven Years' Bad Luck in One Day: This is one of those stories that just makes you smile. I found it fairly realistic and liked that even though there was an over abundance of characters they all stayed in character for the most part and by the end I was just happy.
Harry Potter and the Digimon Frontier: I Loved this story a lot I like Digimon in general and I've read a lot of explanations of how the digiworld works but I really enjoyed the magical twist on this one a worth while read just make sure you have time on your hands when you start it I wasn't able to stop.
A Mary Sue Alphabet:*Giggles* This just makes you smile. It doesn't just apply to Harry Potter fiction but most fiction I've read. The biggest reason I found it so funny was the fact that I've pictured more then one of those same situations. It's a lot of fun laughing at yourself.