Author has written 29 stories for Pitch Black / Riddick, NCIS, Rurouni Kenshin, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Star Wars, League of Legends, Avengers, House, M.D., Bourne series, Bleach, Walking Dead, X-Men: The Movie, Last of Us, Frozen, Grimm, Overwatch, and Stargate: Atlantis.
Hey guys. My name is Grant, a student who is doing fairly poorly. A little bit about my stories: I try to keep everyone as in-character as possible. I'll also try and stay as true to canon as possible (save AU's, which will be rare and still contain IC characters). I also do not write any slash stories. Just not my thing.
I've got a broad range of topics; used to only do one-shots, but recently I've been into some chapter stories or one-shot series. So if you read something you like, please review (or, conversely, if you don't like something, I'd like to know why).
I sometimes take long breaks in between chapters for the longer stories; this is usually because I'm very busy or get bad writers block. I apologize, but life happens. I'd rather have a good (or decent) story take longer, than crank out a bunch of poor-quality chapters.
This brings another point; I will almost never continue a story once I've stamped it as "complete". I have had a couple people PM me demanding that I write more, so I figured I would address it. I hate to continue a story like that because it is finished; the plot line I had in my head is complete, and hopefully ended on a strong note. Anything I added past this point is going to feel forced and sub-par quality. I may write a companion story, or something in the same "universe" and reference it. But I will very rarely, if ever, continue a completed story (Fear to Friendship being an exception, which I explain in the note).
Additionally, I will always try to avoid putting author's notes in my stories. I feel as though it becomes too easy to use them as a crutch, explaining things to readers that your story should be able to convey on it's own (that, or the notes are extremely annoying; that happens a lot).
So, have fun, enjoy, and again, please review if you have feedback. It is always appreciated. Have a good one.