Author has written 9 stories for Sailor Moon, Star Wars, and Labyrinth.
General disclaimer: I do not own any of the source material that I write stories about. If I did, I wouldn't be crying about student loans.
Me, in two sentences: I am Desi. I write, I dance, and I consume an unholy amount of tea in the process of doing both of those things.
Updates: I'm working on migrating my works to AO3, so that eventually my stories can be read on both sites. Right now, you can find Slow Burn, The Imperial Waltz, The Changeling, Saudade, and Prelude of War there!
In progress (yes, I promise):
- The Imperial Waltz
- Slow Burn
- The Changeling
Hiatus/Completed/Writing purgatory:Saudade:When I originally planned this out, I saw it being two or three parts long. However, after going back to it, I feel like it ended on the exact note that I wanted it to. Maybe one day if I feel it's necessary will I give it a second part, but for now I'm calling it complete.Drinking Games: Also a story in which my initial vision for what the story should be foolishly trumped the needs of the story itself. Would a second part be cool? Probably. Does the story need it? No. Therefore, I declare this one complete too!Sunder: I love this story, truly, but I always have incredibly shitty luck when writing it. It seems to be the one I lose drafts and chunks of material for the most often, which has made me only want to work on it when I'm sure I have time to get everything done in one fell swoop. Since I rarely have said time, well...you can look at its current standing.After the Rain: This story is Desi's case study regarding the dangers of taking so long to write a story that you end up getting both a high school diploma and a college degree in the time it takes to finish seventeen chapters (because let's be real, that eighteenth chapter is the herald of a three year long silence). Looking back at that story is a rollercoaster of reactions ranging from cringes that have me diving for the 'Delete Chapter' button and curt nods congratulating myself for writing something decent by my current standards. It's unfortunately a story that has developed alongside both my maturity, tastes, and writing ability, which is why it is such a clusterfuck (and why I have sort of written myself into a corner). I have a complete overhaul of the story planned out, including a title change (!!!), but since it would require me to rewrite over 60,000 words (240 pages!) of material using time I could be writing new things, I am extremely reluctant to get started; I am a no-good, very bad writer in this regard. Guess we'll just have to wait until I inevitably get embarrassed enough about the early chapters to do something about it.