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Author has written 5 stories for Mass Effect.
All of your stories are connected! Which one do I start with?
Start with "Commander Shepard, You've Got Mail." All of the other Mass Effect stories stem from that one, except for "It's a Human Thing," which is sort of a prequel and not necessary reading. Same goes for "Dossier: Shepard," which is a plotless piece that basically describes the Shepard I use for all my ME fanfic.
Are you planning on writing an ME2 Shakarian story after CSYGM and THAFPF are over?
It's a little difficult for me to give a concrete answer at this point. So I will say that I definitely have PLANS. I would love to continue Garrus and Shepard's story into the ME2 storyline (adding my little additions to the canon plot along the way). But it will depend on multiple factors, including how busy I am, what other projects I'm working on, and whether I'm still feeling the inspiration to write Mass Effect fanfic by the time my two ongoing multichapters are concluded. Rest assured that I will make an announcement when I do know for sure what my plans are.
What does CSYGM and THAFPF stand for?
"CSYGM" is an acronym for "Commander Shepard, You've Got Mail." THAFPF refers to its companion story, "The Heart Asks for Pleasure first."
What happened to your other stories in the FF7 and Hetalia fandoms?
I deleted them. They were written quite some time ago and, being the paranoid sort of writer, it makes me very nervous when people read my older writing. So I did a purge of everything from old fandoms. I understand that some of the stories were quite popular, and if anyone really misses them, I kept copies. Let me know and I'll send one your way.
Can I use ideas/characters/plot points from one of your stories in my own work?
It depends on the circumstances and exactly how much you are planning to borrow. Needless to say, ALWAYS ask for permission first, and ALWAYS give me credit in your author's note or description. I know plagiarism is difficult to combat on the internet, but I do consider my ideas to be my own, and having other people steal your work without permission is really a terrible experience. If you ask, I will say yes 90% of the time, as long as the above two requirements are fulfilled. But please do ask first.