Author has written 6 stories for Eon: Dragoneye Reborn, Sailor Moon, Rise of the Guardians, and Oh My Goddess!.
Hello, I'm Zephyri Magia (My real name is not quite as interesting)
I am a writer, but most likely I'll stick to fanfiction. My original stories are far too bad to share with the general public. Plus I'm not sure I could finish a real book, considering my interest in fanfictions jumps all over the place. Hence why it usually takes me a while to update; though I'll admit some of it is writer's block as well. Then I'm also getting new ideas for other random stories that I try to focus on.
I'm not much of a multi-tasker, evidently.
I'm somewhat of a pessimist in that I believe that if someone likes my writing, that I won't be able to live up to people's expectations. I'll try, by all means I'll try, but there's something lurking out there telling me one day I'll fail.
Terrible pessimistic thoughts, I know.
I seem to specialize in Alternate Universe stories. Guess I can't work with something already created; I'll just steal the characters and make up my own world, give it a plot, and call it a story.
My DeviantART: http:// zarazephyr . deviantart . com/ Oh yes, I can draw! Well, some of the time anyways; feel free to check out my art! [Remove the spaces from the URL]
Fandoms I Write For:
This varies. Significantly. It just depends on what I'm reading/watching, and how much I like of the different ideas/plots I have to choose from. (Believe me, there's always more than one. I have too much imagination) However, this also means my interest jumps all over the place, which usually makes my attention paid to other stories decrease. But I've made a promise to myself that whatever I put up on this site, I'll try my hardest to complete. Even when 98% of the stories on my computer are unfinished and likely never to see the light of day…of the internet anyways. I will try not to leave readers hanging.
Pairings I Write For:
While it's true, I'm not a romance fan, I will read stories with romance, and, if it comes to it, I will write stories with romance—to the best of my ability though, as I have no love life whatsoever. I don't care what pairings I read/write; they can be boy/boy, boy/girl, or girl/girl, I honestly have no problem with any of those. The only way I won't read/write a pairing is if:
a) I don't like a/the character(s) involved;
b) I honestly can't see the pairing happening ever;
c) Even if the pairing seems plausible, I may have a preferred pairing involving one/both character(s) involved
d) I see a pairing as too "forced" to be plausible (can extend to pairings I see in canon; sometimes it seems like the writes are trying too hard to make something work)
[As of 7/23/16]
Tangled Threads' tenth chapter has finally been posted! [Took me a few months again to update, ugh, why life]
Concerning Star Dancer:
I've placed it on hiatus because I'm starting to severely reconsider the way I had outlined the story, and I'm not entirely certain I really want it to go that direction anymore. I thought it was a brilliant idea at the time, but now that I've rethought a bit I've come to the conclusion that ending, and that last arc in particular, are not the way I'd prefer the story to end. So I'm putting it on hiatus for an undetermined amount of time; not to say that I'm going to abandon it necessarily, but that I need to rethink the story arcs and have a better idea of what to do with what's already there.
The Tangled Threads We Weave: [Post Ch. 308] Peorth and Lind are tasked with watching over an unruly young goddess with the somewhat-foreboding moniker of “Heaven’s little terror”. Peorth sees their new assignment as both a challenge and a test of her patience. Lind sees it as a mission to complete, and Eira sees it as her biggest chance yet to prove she doesn’t need anyone. And just maybe, they’re all wrong.
Star Dancer: AU. Kakyuu has always wanted to be a Star Dancer. Refused in this, she resents that her new bodyguard is the strongest Star Dancer known to the galaxy. When Kakyuu convinces Galaxia to teach her magic, she sets into motion events that cannot be stopped.
Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights: AU, one-shot. Jamie Bennett went north to leave the past behind, his sister at his side; it takes a strange meeting with five odd animals and the valley they guard from harm for him to see that he was searching for something he hadn’t even known he’d lost. “What does it mean to protect, Jamie? To shelter those you love from every harm and fear…what does it mean to be a Guardian?”
By the Light of the Full Moon: AU, one-shot, continuation of Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights. The night of the full moon and the Guardians’ time of power are upon the sacred valley, and Jamie receives the answer to his question. “We gave up everything to come here, fought for our very lives and for the bargain we had been given…and so for this night, the Moon gives us back what had been taken from us.”
Half the Power, Twice the Spirit: AU. Halflings—half human, half dragon spirit—are despised throughout the Empire of the Celestial Dragons. But the land is dying; and so Prince Kygo sets out to gather the twelve halflings to perform the Spirit Dance and save the land from its slow death.
Angel Wings: Desperate to meet her second angel and make them one so she will no longer be treated as ‘damaged’, Lind casts a spell—but non-combat magic has never been her strong suit and she ends up switching her mind with Peorth’s. Never one to quit and loath to look weak, Lind requests a week to fix the problem without Peorth’s aid; three angels look on and wonder the outcome.