Author has written 26 stories for Inuyasha, Rurouni Kenshin, Gundam Wing/AC, and Prince of Tennis.
I am the Neko Mastermind, formerly known as C-Chan. ...well, I'm still C-Chan, but going by this is a lot easier, considering the amount of C-Chans I've come across in the years in fandom, and...cough Yeah, I'll stop rambling now. Neko Mastermind here, yo.
I job-hunt by day, a reeker of havoc by night. I've been writing for a good number of years now, for numerous fandoms, and under many, many pennames. Let's hope I'll stick with this one this time, huh?
I still write for a few other fandoms on occasion, but as of this moment my obsession and greatest love is Prince of Tennis, specifically two of it's characters - Momoshiro Takeshi, dork extraordinare and powerhouse of Seigaku, and Echizen Ryoma, the main character and master of the snark. I'm a rabid MomoRyo fangirl, and, as you can see, mainly write about them.
Stereotypical Insanity: On Hold. I wasn't very serious about this story when I started it, and will probably update it irratically as I finish off new chapters and get more ideas for it. It was started to make fun of stereotypes and other things, so...yeah.
Make You Smile: In Progress. The first multi-part I've ever attempted for PoT. I'm very happy about how it's come along so far, and I'm so glad that the lovely Alley gave me this idea. While it most likely won't be updated regularly-regularly, it will be updated. I have nearly most of it done, and hopefully, it won't mutate into a long story on me. b
Sometimes, FF.net can be a pain in my arse and won't let me post, so for those of you on livejournal, you can find my fic blog over on there. I also tend to post stories there first, as well as other little things that won't likely be posted here -
Also, you can probably find stories over at http:..www.ah-unpair.net - My MomoRyo website. Mine are up there, as well as a bunch of other great stories you'll really enjoy. That, and some of the stories I can't post here eventually go up there.
Feedback is much appreciated. I'm a feedback whore, to be honest, and I like to hear what people say about my stories, good or bad, so don't fear being honest. I'm not like some authors out there who'll have a heart attack if someone points out an error.