Author has written 7 stories for Lion King, Spyro the Dragon, Zootopia, and Bittersweet Candy Bowl.
I am currently 20 years old and in college. I'm writing slightly more than I used to, though that doesn't mean much. It would probably be best to assume all "current" stories to be on hiatus as I work on these things very slowly.
I only own my stuff. Everything else belongs to their respective owners.
If I am using a character belonging to another writer you know, I most likely asked that person for permission. If you are unsure or think that I did not ask for permission, feel free to contact that writer yourself.
The third chapter of Homecoming has been published! This one took less time than I expected. I wanted to wait a week after posting the last chapter, but I got impatient. So it's here. I'm liking this chapter a lot more than the last. It feels like there's a lot less filler in this one. Hopefully I learn a thing or two from these last two chapters so the next one will be to my, and everyone else's, liking.
I did create class schedules (based on my high school experience) for Lucy, Paulo, Abbey, Daisy, and Mike. For those of you who are interested in seeing what they are, send me PM. Their schedules are subject to change.
Regarding the two chapters I had planned for A Day in Warfang, I am currently unsure of whether or not I will actually write them. With the recent idea for Gone Fishing kicking around in my mind, I've been wanting to go back to those two chapters less so than before. I'm considering only writing about Spyro's hatchday and even that might be a year off from now.
I also touched up the story descriptions for A Day in Warfang and Never Let Them See That It Gets to You. Check 'em out if you'd like. They're very minor.
In addition, I now have another section on this profile of mine. It lists the summaries (and titles if I've come up with ones I like) for future ideas I might write in the far future. So far, they're both Zootopia. I would have added one for Legendary, but I need to figure out a different summary and title for it.
(TLK) - The Lion King fanfiction; (TLoS) - The Legend of Spyro fanfiction.
Looking To the Stars: A Valentine's Day oneshot for our favorite couple. (TLK)
Another Reason: Simba just can't seem to fall asleep. In his wake, his thoughts drift over to a certain cub. (TLK)
Not Yet a King: Oneshot inspired by iWolf231's chapter title, "Not Yet a Champion" (TLK)
Never Let Them See That It Gets to You: In all the time Judy had known him, Nick had never been one to show his true feelings. Because of this, it was hard to tell when something was wrong. This just meant that when she did notice a problem, it had to be big. She knew what she needed to do; she needed to help her friend. (Zootopia)
A Day in Warfang: After the war, Spyro and Cynder found themselves at a loss for what to do next. They had been fighting for so long that they hadn't considered what their lives would be like when it was finally over. Now, weeks after Malefor's defeat, the two heroes settle within Warfang and explore the happenings of everyday life. (TLoS)
Stories in Progress:
Lingering Sentiments: It wasn't just his prison. It was a barrier—a shield that prevented anyone from getting to him. And now, after the years have passed, that shield had done its job. Continuation of "Inner Sanctum" by Kuroy. (TLoS) On Hiatus
Homecoming: It's Mike's final year at Roseville High. Homecoming is right around the corner and college applications are due in three months. His long distance relationship with Sandy is still distant and it's a stressful time for the young Korat. Things seem to take a turn for the worst though when a certain Khao Manee shows up in his life again. (Bittersweet Candy Bowl)
Note: there is no ETA for any of these stories and some may not be written at all.
Gone Fishing: When Nick was young, his father had been his hero. His dad had loved him, spent whatever time he could with him. Then he left. And for the next 25 years of his life, Nick resented his father for disappearing. But when mentions of his father's name in a distant town reaches his ears, Nick decides to take a break from the ZPD in order to track him down. With the help of Finnick, Nick might finally put his childhood griefs to rest. (Zootopia)
Title Pending: Nick had to admit, his gig at the ZPD was pretty good. It didn't pay nearly as much as his old scams did, but there was a measure of pride from working at Precinct One. There was also a certain ball of fluff that made it all worth it, but Nick would never confess to that. He was living a good life now. Of course, that didn't mean it was an easy one, especially when his past decides to catch up with him. (Zootopia)