Author has written 3 stories for Sailor Moon, Once Upon a Time, and Inuyasha.
First of all, thanks for reading my stories and your interest. :) I truly appreciate it, and all the reviews make me even more excited to write!
Secondly, if you have any questions about the stories, you're more than welcome to send me a message. I won't reveal any spoilers, but I'll be more than happy to answer anything else!
Also, I plan to have the "The Truth of the Silver Millennium" eventually be a trilogy- the first deals with the Silver Millennium, the second with the modern/feudal era, and the third with Crystal Tokyo. Obviously, books 2 and 3 are a long way away yet, but I just wanted to let you know. It is still ongoing. "Dark Paradise" is currently ongoing as well- no idea if a sequel will occur, but the story itself is in progress and I'm sure I will write more Darling Pan as I go. "Cora" is on a hiatus, not because I don't want to write it, but because the Once Upon A Time writers added a plotline (i.e., Zelena) that kind of threw a wrench in where I wanted to go with "Cora." I'm still deciding whether I want to just go off into an AU or try to fit in what happened canonically, so we'll see.
Before I continue, I want to give credit to the amazing creators of "Inuyasha," "Sailor Moon," and "Once Upon A Time:" Rumiko Takahashi, Naoko Takeuchi, and Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, respectively. The only things that belong to me in my stories are my original characters and plotlines; everything else goes to them and their wonderful imaginations.
Finally, new upates: I am now in grad school. What this means for my longtime readers- I don't think I will be able to write epically long chapters anymore for "The Truth of the Silver Millennium" (or the frequency of posting the chapters will go from about 3 months on average to six months). So, what I am thinking of doing is posting shorter chapters more frequently. The shorter chapters will consist of what would normally be a POV or setting switch (i.e., where the "lines" divide up the chapter) in an epically long chapter. The pro of this is that you get more frequent chapters, the cons are that they will be shorter and you might not get to see all characters in one chapter. :/ You will eventually get everything that would have made up an epically long chapter, it will just be published in shorter snippets. Please let me know what you think of this idea.
In closing, thanks again for reading and enjoy!