Author has written 9 stories for Inuyasha, Ranma, Fruits Basket, Gokusen, Harry Potter, and Forbidden Game series.
I've been very into Cosplay lately. So if you see a girlish Ryouga wandering around an anime convention in northern california looking lost or a Ravenclaw student muttering about Harry Potter doujinshi, it might be me. I recently joined a Vampire Knight cosplay group, it was surprisingly fun! Perhaps it's time to write some VK fanfiction too?
The last few chapters of Grimm Fairy Tales have been completed, they just need to be uploaded. After the revelations about Akito, my interest in completing the story waned.
For all of the many kind people who read and reviewed Omiai, I have to apologize that I do not plan on writing any sequels to that story. It was purely a one-shot. Although I am definitely writing more Gokusen fanfiction.
As for Modern Magic, I should really take that down. I wrote it when I was in high school, and well, it's bad. But it was the first fanfiction that I ever wrote, and I have a lot of nostalgia for it. I wouldn't recommend reading it though.
Wow, it has been awhile. I felt so bad about starting long stories but never completing them, that I stopped posting any works in progress. I now have three complete stories that I will be updating weekly. They are Catch You Catch Me (Gokusen), Final Game (L.J. Smith, Forbidden Game), and Doldrums (Rayearth).
Final Game is up! Seeing that L.J. Smith is writing again has galvanized me to post it! L.J. Smith was one of my favorite authors as a teenager. Rereading her books, they're definitely formulaic. But I still fall in love with her characters. Particularly Julian. I always planned on writing a followup to the Forbidden Game trilogy because it just couldn't end that way. I also used the story to write about Julian fallin in love with Jenny, because we never get to see that in the books. I probably shouldn't reveal any more spoilers though. I'm sorry that Final Game is lagging, you see I wrote the whole story before I posted it. But as I posted it, I realized that there were lots of areas that were underdeveloped, so I kept on holding off on posting, thinking that I would develop the story more. I think that I may simply go ahead and post it, a finished work that's slightly underdeveloped is better than an unfinished work with potential. I'm always so sad when writers don't finish their stories.