Author has written 27 stories for Inuyasha, Dragon Ball Z, Saint Seiya, Harry Potter, Supernatural, Final Fantasy VII, and Avengers.
I am a figment of my imagination, and therefore yours as well. Having said that, I am also quite a strange little person. My fics are, at the moment, works of darkness... I can't seem to write much else. I have stuff over on fictionpress, too... the poetry is dark (even the colorful one).
I have never claimed to be normal, and I doubt I ever shall.
Someone inquired why I haven't been updating, and reminded me I have this lovely profile, where I can explain such things. So, as to why? RL, what else? Also, Muse decided to go on vacation (in Potterverse, no less). He sent me 3 half-baked plot bunny pies, one of which was postable here, and has been. As for the DBZ and KOTZ (St. Saiya) fics... well, I've no inspiration yet. I hate being uninspired.
PS: I've more fics at mediaminer, adultfanfiction, Sayian HideAway and Saiyan Delite. Yes, I am one of the authors who has basically abandoned ff.net... it's rather hard to "unleash your imagination and free your soul" when one is informed of what one is not permitted to unleash or free when attempting to do so. gives ff.net logo a glare. It lies.
How many bets on how long it takes a mod to read the PS and have a hissyworm?
Ah, nevermind that. I see they've changed the logo. Anyhow...
5/1/2010 - Muse is visiting the Final Fantasy VII verse. He did have a nice new chapter all finished for a story I adopted in the DBZ verse... but he's currently on strike there due to hard disk failure. As of the 4th of this month, I shall have no internet access at home, so don't expect updates for a long time. I'm not sure when I'll be able to get it back.
9/22/2010 A word of note: I write very brief summaries for most of my fics that summarize the story. I do not generally list every potential squick that could be hit, mostly because the same squicks tend to appear in my fics, especially those listed as either angst or drama, as there would be neither angst or drama without some sort of "No! Oh, no! NO! NOOOOO!" moments involved. Because one particular reader was so gracious in her dismay over certain things, I do have a "Tatoosh warning" that I occasionally use - most specifically in the DBZverse.
2/18/2012... dear gods. No, I still do not have internet at home. Yes, most of my muses are still on strike. The ones that aren't are being attacked by rabid plot bunnies of evilness that works out into badfic rather than decent stories. Except possibly the one that somehow managed to cross DBZ before DB with FFVII before the end of the Wutaii war. Of course, that muse is staring blankly into space trying to figure out if he should kill Nappa or send him back to King Vegeta with an alliance proposal. (I think he's leaning heavily for writing the proposal on Nappa's corpse, but can't figure out which of the Generals gets the job.)
And I think my email is broken. It ate every review I had saved, the adopted fic's original files (which, thankfully, I found on a flash drive), and a bunch of other goodies - like updated story links. And it does not seem to be accepting mail, and I knew I came here to fix that!
6/6/2012 No. No internet at home. All muses currently on strike. However, some of them are chortling happily, since I went and c/p'd ALL of the reviews I still have, and some small seeds of muse feed may have taken root. To address some of those issues:
Two Dragons has a chapter in progress on the computer. It is visited at random to see if the muse behind that story is interested in revisiting.
Twins started as an RP between myself and Dark Serapha. Chapter 11, I think, marked the end of the RP and where I started on my own. There is as yet no chapter 13. We'll see what the muses think once I've been through the reviews again.
and I am out of internet time.
6/5/2016 Heh. Right. Hi. FACT has been updated with two of the three finished chapters. See Fact 12 for why. Still no internet at home. I'm bumming Mom's right now. Can I go back to being a kid? Life was so much - wait. There was no internet. Never mind.