Author has written 11 stories for Naruto, Avengers, Captain America, X-Men, X-Men: The Movie, and Dragon Age.
Hey, I'm Cassie and I'm still rather new to this site. I hope you enjoy my stories.
I'm twenty-years-old, I have a diploma in photography. I love reading and writing, and one day I hope to have my very own book published.
I read fanfiction for years though I've only recently started writing my own stories. When I'm not reading fanfiction, I'm reading comics (which I have only just started collecting and they're all bought and read online really), writing or watching TV.
I love the Avengers, Naruto, Big Bang Theory, Bleach, Hobbit, Vampire Academy and Harry Potter stories.
Hope you enjoy my stories.
This is just a few story ideas I have in mind to do later.
How Did This Happen to Us? - Naruto Fanfiction - Modern-AU - Matsuri/Gaara, Gaara/Sakura.
Sabaku Matsuri believed, perhaps naively, that her marriage was a happy one. She had known that she wasn't her husband's choice of wife - their marriage being more of a business agreement between their fathers at the beginning then a true marriage - and yet she had thought they were happy never the less.
But that was before she found the lipstick mark on her husband's shirt. A shade too dark and too vivid to be her own. The scent of oranges mixing with Gaara's normal spicy scent.
Who was this woman? Did Gaara love Matsuri at all? Or did he love this woman he was having an affair with? She didn't know.
And honestly, Matsuri wasn't sure if she wanted to find out.
Monster of Konoha - Naruto fanfiction - AU - No couples at the moment - Dark fiction - Naruto, Sakura, Hinata, Shino, Choji, Shikamaru, Sasuke...
Being hated for seemingly no reason can do a lot of damage to a child, no matter how strong of will said child had. Someone can only take being hated for so long before they snap, before they crave for revenge.
Being taunted and beaten by others because you were different can either break or make you. Being shown indifference, shame, and disappointed from early childhood can either make or break you. They can make you stronger, or they could make you weaker. Either way one day you'll snap.
Children, after all, had no true concept of good and evil. Children could often be crueller then adults. Children often thought in simple terms - us vs them.
So what happens when those hated children grow up? Scarred by the hatred and indifference they faced growing up? Children who once vowed for revenge?