Author has written 7 stories for Ghost Hunt.
My stories are the following:
The Bigger, Blacker Box was written in 2014. I'd recently been acquainted with Cards Against Humanity at that time, and I imagined how everyone in SPR would react to it. It's not my first Ghost Hunt fic, though it's the first one with a comedy genre. And I... found that I quite enjoyed writing in that genre. XD
Approximating Angles, also written in 2014, is a slight NaruMai fic depicting a game of Jenga gone horribly (and, to some of the SPR members, amusingly) wrong. I'd planned TBBB and AA to be parts of a collection of oneshots with numbers and games as the main themes, but that plan was foiled by a bad idea for a title. These two fics were written out of pure gag and aren't set on a specific time in the canon timeline.
Talk English to Me had its first part written in 2014 and the rest of it finished just a few days before it was published. It's dominantly comedic, but I tried my hand at writing sad stuff to balance out and emphasize the funny scenes at the same time. This fic is set after the Agawa case (the last canon case by Ono Fuyumi), and I think that by this time Mai had already begun making an effort to really see Naru for who he is. While I'm one of those who believe that Mai had not been in love with Naru but rather with the combination of him and Gene, as well as the idea of love itself, I also believe that her disillusionment with Naru is her first step toward understanding him. Yasuhara might have made Mai's goal just a little bit farther, though.
Paradigm Shift is my first ever Ghost Hunt fic, prompted by my sister. It features a pair that's rather obscure despite their great chemistry together, even as friends. In another version of the universe, Naru would remain an idiot scientist as Mai's world expands. In another version of the universe, she'll continue to love Naru but will find another one she loves more. This is that version.
Return to Sender is another post-canon fic that I finished writing recently. It's been in my Google Keep for a long time now, long forgotten, but when I reread it I started laughing. That's how I knew I should continue writing it. Before I knew it, I'm already planning for its sequel. This story involves the trope of Naru leaving for the United Kingdom for an unspecified time, only without cutting all ties with the Japanese branch of SPR. I put what I hope was a good enough twist to that trope.
The Arbitrary Line was written for the 2017 Ghost Hunt Exchange. I've been meaning to write a Naru x Mai fic for a long time under this title, but before I mustered my courage and signed up for the Exchange, I never thought I'd be able to actually write it. TAL follows the canon timeline and is set in the years after the Agawa case. As I expected, Mai x Naru is so full of potential that I spent days just staring at nothing and imagining everything. I was very attached to the story, so I was afraid at first that I may have overdone the serious parts. But all in all, I'm proud of how this fic turned up, and I'm glad that I signed up. :) I'm not so sure I completely followed the prompt, though! OTL
Return on Investment is the sequel to Return to Sender, and is the first fic ever in which I'm breaking my SOP. I'm excited to write it and also a bit apprehensive about finishing it. ROI follows the events of RTS and focuses on Naru as opposed to Mai in the first installment.
I'm Sir Arghs III. (Sometimes anonymous reviewer someone and once, years ago, cyaniderush.) My SOP in publishing my fics is that I don't publish incomplete works or works in progress. I need to write the whole story and evaluate it as publishable first before I proceed to post chapter one. This is the reason for quick updates and slightly long intervals between my fics.