Author has written 2 stories for Naruto, and Legend of Zelda.
Birthday: July 29
Occupation: College student, Sophomore level (got a late start on the college program due to being a chronic procrastonater)
A word of advice on possible updates to stories I will write: they will be infrequent and with absolutely no schedule as to when they will happen. it all depends on when I have time to work on them, when my freind has time to beta, and how active my imagination is on them, since I will have many, many instances of writers block.
My hobbies include reading and writing fanfiction, playing videogames, and watching T.V. and Anime anywhere I can.
I am also an avid fan of american football, Basketball, and Baseball, but I am mostly a fan of my local teams. Since I live in New Orleans, this means That I am a die-hard New Orleans Saints fan as well as a hard core fan of ll Louisiana State University sports teams.
I prefer long stories that will take a while for me to read, and that usually means it has to top 200k words to last me more than one day, but an extremely well written and still incomplete 100k+ word story will do in a pinch, since I can count on it being updated.
I also have a challenge to anyone willing to undertake it. the idea is a Naruto fic based around the general idea of the movie The Gameplan with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. in this case, after all is said and done, and Akatsuki has been dealt with. Naruto (Now 20 years old) is being trained for the position for Hokage, while serving as Konoha's ace in the hole during a war with another one of the Five major villages (cannot be Suna), when a Five-year-old girl knocks on his door claiming to be his Daughter.
1. play it for maximum laughs, but don't let the funny factor completely dictate the story.
2. Naruto cannot be in a romantic relationship at the start of the story, but if you want to have him start one, you can.
3. any romantic relationship Naruto has must develop REALISTICALLY, and NO YAOI AND/OR YURI, but that only applies to relationships involving Naruto.
4. Harems are allowed but no more than three (3) girls at a time in a relationship with Naruto, and you must spend an equal amount of effort writing all three. also you cannot have Sakura, Hinata, and Ino at the same time as any other one.
5. Naruto's Daugher must have a similar personality to the president's daughter in Disney's Cory in the House but must be motivated by want of attention from her daddy.
6. If Naruto's daughter has a Kekkei Genkai, it must be something other than a doujutsu, or any elemental bloodline that appears in the anime before the Pain Invasion Arc, mostly including ice, wood or crystal elements, unless you can come up with an extremely original and really plausible reason for her to have it.
Other than that anything goes.
another Challenge that has occurred to both me and Jack Falconer, the co-author of my Zelda/Naruto crossover and beta of my other story, came from an idea that cropped up during our discussions about how the timeline splitting of the Zelda-verse affected our story. Basically we were hoping to see if anyone were willing to write a "what if" scenario of Naruto ending up in Wind-Waker instead of Twilight Princess.
PM us if you are willing to discuss more details or even if you are willing to write it but want to wait until later to start so as to get more details on how the two universes fit together from our perspective.
I will list all of the attempts at my challenges on my profile if you PM me on on them.
And I'm sorry but I must make this rant:
People, for the love of God, PLEASE avoid the use of the word 'Namely'. this word, to me, is a turnoff like no other, and gives even bad grammar a run for its money. Seriously, when was the last time you saw this word in ANY novel, T.V. show, Movie, or other copyright protected work? Heck, I couldn't even find it in my dictionary. Why? Because the word doesn't work in written literature. The only time that i have seen it used and not been something completely rage inducing is when it is used in legal jargon on legal documents, such as filed judgments and affidavits. And to top it all of the only reason I even know this is that I work in my dad's law office, so I am forced to deal with said documents on a nearly daily basis, and despite that I understand the need for such language on said paper (they put all of those words on them to make them uber specific so that no lawyer can argue that the document states something that it actually doesn't) it still drives me up a wall.
And on the topic of good grammar, many people on this site seem to lack the common sense to ask for a beta reader. I can't tell you the number of times I have come across a story that had it all going for it - great plot, really good grasp of characterization, well written and easily comprehensible action sequences - but couldn't read it simply because the author had no grasp of how grammar works in the English Language. Beta readers are there for a good reason. They tend to help prevent an otherwise great story from falling victim to Sturgeon's Law. (For those who don't know what that is, it's kind of like Murphy's law, in that it states that 90% of everything sucks in comparison to the remaining 10%. Of course the humorous correllary is "even the remaining 10%.")