Author has written 32 stories for Harvest Moon, Ouran High School Host Club, and Vocaloid.
Some of you may know ChiioMajesty. She has been my rival on this site for a long time and a really good friend.
Unfortunately, she's no longer here on this site.
As she left, she posted a message on her profile's biography: A list of confessions. So, to honour her, and her departure, I'm going to do the same: Confess.
You're not the only one with secrets, Chii. We're all terrible. I'm just as horrible as you.
Nat's list of confessions: It's not much of a secret that I have some really horrible problems. I have a shattered self-esteem and for years, I have been battling depression. My thought processes are distorted, and to sum it up, no matter what I do, I am convinced that people will inevitably dislike me, that I'm a horrible person who deserves horrible things. And for several months, I have tried so, so hard to combat this. I've tried so hard to feel better about myself, to like myself, and sometimes, it feels like it's working, that I'm getting better. ...And then depression hits. It's not really triggered anything. It's random, uncontrollable; for absolutely no reason, I get so, so upset, and I plunge right back down into that abyss I'd been working so hard to escape. It's because I've been living with these problems that I decided I wanted to study psychology in university. I want to help other people like me, I want to help them figure out why they think like this, how to get out of it. I want to meet all these other people like me, and I want to make life a little easier for them, even if it's just a little. I want them to know someone understands, someone's willing to listen, someone's trying to help.
Unfortunately, I've just been informed that I probably won't be able to help them. I can't. Because I have depression, I can't be alone, and psychology is a very solitary profession. I get very easily down, and I'll be in a setting where people are constantly divulging their sadnesses, telling me their hurts, fears, all the things they can't tell other people. I get down easily, and I'll be surrounded by negativity. Negativity brings people down further. Basically, if I continue down this path, there's a very high chance of me hurting myself, getting even more sick. I might just be bringing my own demise. I can't help them, because I can hardly help myself. I might not be able to reach my dreams, because I am sick. Is this my dream? Is this really what I want? I don't know. I don't know, and I'm running out of time. I have developed a habit of pushing away or abusing those I am close to while being attracted to people who will hurt me. I don't know why; I take advantage of people who treat me well, even when I know I shouldn't. I push them to their limits, test them constantly, and then invite them to leave me as if I never wanted them at all. And then I pursue people who make me feel like shit and I tell myself, 'It's because I'm determined. It's like a challenge, I just want to prove I can become friends with anybody, even assholes!' But it's not, is it? For some reason, I let them make me feel horrible, and I come back as if begging for more. Why do I do that? Because I don't consider myself worthy? But it's like... I crave it. I crave for someone to make me feel pathetic. Maybe deep down, it's because that's what I believe: That I'm pathetic. If you're treating me nicely, you're just lying to me. This, this shit treatment, this is what I deserve. Right? And even though I realize this, even though I know I shouldn't, I can't bring myself to stop. 'I don't deserve this,' I tell myself, but I can't bring myself to believe it. Merry-Go-Round's first chapter opens with a girl on the edge of a rooftop, peering over the edge, telling herself to jump. That, my friends, was actually one of my fantasies. Ouch, you won't be reading that scene the same way anymore, will you? There have been several times when I have been very close to suicide. The reason I refused to take my life was because I clung to the belief that there was a possibility, ever so slight, that I might get everything I ever wanted. And if I killed myself, I'd lose that possibility. Right? I'd lose the possibility to prove to everyone that I was better than them after all. But as I sat in class, I would fantasize about it the way some children dream about their upcoming birthday parties. I'd picture myself on the roof, and I'd peer over that edge and I'd fantasize about killing myself, freeing myself. It felt amazing. It hurt so much to take that stop, but then it was over, I was free, everything was okay...
Merry-Go-Round's prologue was these kinds of fantasies put into writing. 'It felt so realistic!' Well, now you know why. Speaking of Merry-Go-Round, it was largely inspired by an amazing story called 'A Thousand Ways to Burn and Die', by Miko A. Kimura (though I think she may have changed her pen name). Chiio, you claim to have copied someone else's story, but I think we all have. MGR features remarkable similarities to that original story. In many ways, it was a copy, just like P:V was. And I never really liked it. I didn't do it because I wanted a bunch of reviews; I did it because I loved the original story so much, I wanted to make something like it. You did the same, Chiio. That's all it is. You were inspired; you're not a criminal. I used to bash religion a lot in my work. When I was younger, I hated religion; I've always gone to Catholic schools because of my family's beliefs, but I'd given up in believing in anything when I was in fifth grade. I had no problem stating that fact, either, so I had a lot of people who'd try to shame me for it, who'd shove their religions down my throat, trying to force me to conform, or else. Now, they weren't evil, just a little ignorant. But I hated it. I've upset a few readers with some comments I've made in my stories, insulting gods, people foolish enough to depend on them, etc, etc. I've grown up a bit now. I've grown up enough to realize religion isn't all bad; in its best cases, it inspires people to do and be their best. When I was really down, some people said they'd pray for me. A few years ago, I would have been offended, considered it mockery and been furious. Now, I thank them; they mean well. So, I'm sorry for having offended anybody with my unnecessary comments. A lot of my best ideas were inspired by reviewers. It's not that I necessarily took credit for these ideas, and often I would mention them; the point is that, I had a lot of help. I love to write, but I'm not genius. My stories wouldn't exist without everyone who has reviewed, and they would be a lot worse than they are if I hadn't gotten such amazing suggestions from my readers. For example, in Lost and Found, meet Piko. In my original notes, Piko was going to be a thirteen-year-old victim of abuse that Rin was going to meet. And then someone gave me an idea. I don't even know what the idea was exactly, but somehow, Piko changed. I won't spoil it for those who haven't read the story, but he became one of the most beloved characters. And he was all based on someone's suggestion. There's no shame in taking advice or asking others for help; without help and support, none of these stories might even exist. I drove a girl to quit this site. It was a long time ago, years even. It was when I first started The Girl in the Ward. I haven't kept the story secret; the concept was taken from a fanfiction called In The Mental Ward. The author had stated she was abandoning the story, so I asked her if she'd let me pick it up. She agreed... and then, as I was writing it, suddenly changed her mind. 'Oh, oops, that was my brother, I didn't actually mean to discontinue my story! So you can't write it.' I was angry, not just that she had suddenly changed her mind but also that she had so obviously lied to me about her reasons. Why not be honest?! I was furious. But I let it go for a while... until I found some people saying they liked her story better, that the stupid spin-off was shit. That they hated mine. That they hated me for trying to 'steal' her work. I was a stupid bitch who couldn't come up with my own ideas. I took it very, very personally. Steal? How had I stolen?! I asked permission! When she withdrew that permission, I changed my story so it wouldn't be exactly the same as hers. And, really? How was hers better than mine? Hers was shit, typoes, mistakes everywhere, and just horribly written. What the hell?!
...So, fueled by my anger, I decided to clear things up. I posted a review on her story as a guest, describing exactly what was wrong with her story. I targeted her and pointed out every flaw in her work. I told her it was horrible and that for putting others down the way she was, she was horrible. Others started agreeing with me. They realized her story wasn't very good and stopped reading it. And then, on this account, I would taunt her. I'd PM her, pretending to care about her- "How's your story coming along? Oh, ouch... You've gotten some flames, huh? Well, that's unfortunate. I hope that gets better for you." I'd rub it in her face, show off how much better I was doing... And she, she was probably a young girl, probably even younger than I was, fragile, emotional, just writing because it was something she enjoyed. And I took that from her. She deleted everything shortly afterwards, gave up writing completely, and it's because of me, because I bullied her. A year or so later, she sent me a PM. She apologized, admitted she'd lied, and she was kind of frantic about it. And all I could think then was, 'Pfft, now you're sorry.'
It's one of my biggest regrets. I did something horrible, and I felt no remorse for it until much later. I regret it so much. I wonder where she is now...?
I'm not ashamed to admit I'm not perfect. I'm very far from perfect. I'm quite obviously imperfect. These here are only a few of my many flaws, my regrets; there are plenty more where that came from. I'm a very flawed individual.
A good friend of mine has become convinced that she's a horrible person for having faults, for having made mistakes. Well, Chii, look at me. I'm just as bad, see? Everyone has things we're not proud of; we just don't admit it. So, here we go: Let's admit our faults to the world, shall we? If you're going to do it, I'm going to do it too, but better, waaaay more dramatic than yours. It's my responsibility as your rival, right? ;) I can't let you shame yourself all on your own. I've got your back, girl; I promised you that.
You're amazing, girl. Read your reviews; you've inspired people. They don't read your work to make fun of you; they read your work because you write things that they enjoy. You've changed people's lives.
You. Akiko. Without even trying, you've saved people. You've taken a sad face, and you've made it smile. You. And without even trying! Do you understand how powerful you are? You're amazing
, Chii. You wrote because you liked to write, but the effects you've had on people go so, so far beyond that. You've changed lives, Chiio. And you never even realized you were doing it.
Chin up, my friend. A rival is no good if they're just sulking, and it's impossible to replace someone as irritating as you. ;P
"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are tranformed."
You've affected a lot of people, Chii. You've given them laughs, tears, memories. You've saved people, you've changed people... you changed me.
We're all here for you. Even if it's just from a frown to a smile, let us change you in return; You won't regret it.
About the Author
My name is Naty17. As of February 2016, I am sixteen years old, having been born May 27th, 1999. I've been writing for almost five years now and FFN is one of the most amazing things to have happened to me. Unfortunately, I'm not so active anymore, but this place is still incredibly important to me, so once every blue moon, I breathe a little air back into this account. Don't hold your breath, though.
How I Discovered Fanfiction
It all started a few years ago, when I was looking up pictures on Google of the Harvest Moon fandom. It must have been fate that I came across a fanfiction called Jamie's Story', by TheSnowSakura. I thought it was the coolest thing, the idea of writing for your favourite random, so I officially joined the site on February 18th, 2011.
I wrote my first story for the Harvest Moon random and called it 'Cry me a River', which was published on February 22nd, 2011. That story was what started everything, and honestly, if it weren't for the support I got with that story, I'd be nowhere today. I made some amazing friends and received really positive reviews, and from then on, I was hooked.
How I Discovered Vocaloids
The summer of 2011I made an amazing new discovery. I met a girl at summer camp named Mae, a girl who also liked anime and video games. We very quickly became friends and she decided to show me something she really liked: her new favourite music. My first ever Vocaloid song was 'Popipo'. I thought it was hilarious and catchy; I wanted more.
We spent the next two weeks listening to this Vocaloid music, practically dying at Hot Cocoa, probably acting really stupid, but it was a lot of fun. And that's how I became a Vocaloid fan. It was the beginning of an amazing journey...
I first began writing for the Vocaloid random on September 22nd, 2011 with a oneshot called 'The Last Revolver', based off the song of the same name by mothy (sung by GUMI). It was... not good. X'D It was more like an essay than a story as I rattled off all I had learned from the wiki pages. :P I took it down not long afterwards.
My first multi-chap story was 'Lost and Found', published October 11th, 2011. Lost and Found is really special to me. It marked a huge change in my writing as it started out rather cute and fluffy, but quickly became much darker. That story helped make me who I am today. There are a lot of problems with it, of course, but I've put a lot of time into it and I really honestly love it. There are things I dislike about it, but the good outweighs the bad by FAR.
Following that was 'The Girl in the Ward', published April 19th, 2012. This one is still, to date, my most popular story. In fact, it is currently the 18th most reviewed story in the entire Vocaloid fandom! :O That, my friends, is an amazing achievement. :') It's a really stupid story, kind of. XD It's not all that good, but... I have a lot of love for that one too. Obviously, many others do as well. It's just... special, I guess. Someday though, I'll create a story even better than that one, I promise! O.O
My favourite Vocaloid pairing, like most people, is Rin and Len. I have a few yuri pairings I like, including Rin x Miku, Rin x Miki, Rin x Gumi, et cetera, but my favourite yaoi pairing would have to be Len x Lui. Pretty much anyone can be paired with the Kagamines and look good, but there are certain pairings I do dislike: I absolutely can't stand Len x Neru. Please, get it out. Len x Haku is just as bad. I'm not a big fan of Len x Miku either, but I can bear with it. I don't really like Haku x Neru- actually, I pretty much dislike Haku in general. " Also, I dislike all the fan-made Vocaloids, such as genderbends, Lenka, Rinto, and the Shion family. My only exception to this is Mikuo.
My favourite novelist would definitely be Kelley Armstrong, author of the Darkest Powers trilogy and the Otherworld series. I don't know how she does it, but I never want to put her books down. I must have read The Summoning at least fifteen times! She is one of my heroes and I had the privilege in 2014 to actually meet her in person! She's a really smart woman and a good speaker. She's just so cool...! OuO *drools*
My favourite manga artist would definitely be Nakahara Aya, the author of Lovely Complex, Berry Blast, and many other really great stories. :3 She's a huge inspiration and her author's notes are the absolute best! XD My favourite manga would be Pearl Pink, which was unfortunately cut short after four volumes. But WHY!? It was so funny! D': Another of my heroes would be the Death Note duo, Ohba-sensei and Obata-sensei. I think it's amazing how drastically their style changed after switching from Death Note to Bakuman and I truly admire them for being able to pull it off.
When it comes to manga, I really love comedies most, and that's why Nakahara-sensei is held so dearly to my heart. Despite my dark style of writing, what I love most is too laugh! Isn't that kinda funny? XD If you haven't heard of her, go read Love Com! I thought I wouldn't like it at first, but after giving it a try, it quickly become one of my ultimate favourites!
On the other hand, there are a few manga I absolutely can't stand:Vampire Knight
I could never get into it. I just found the story really boring! They acted seriously about everything and treated everything with such drama, yet I sat there thinking, 'What's the big deal?' I just found it weird and not very entertaining. Skip Beat
Those chins. THOSE CHINS. I tried reading those books several times, but even though I tried to ignore the art, the story turned out to be a huge disappointment. I just didn't like it. Anything written by Arina Tanemura
Oh. My. God. There is no author I hate as much as Arina Tanemura. I'm sorry, but the story is just SO BAD and those eyes- THOSE FREAKING EYES. I mean, I know shojo manga can go kind of crazy with their shojo eyes, but Tanemura's eyes just scare the crap out of me. Oh yeah, let's go back to the story. I've read more than one of her manga, but the only one I really remember is The Gentleman's Alliance. The story seemed so completely random! It was like, 'Hey, guess what, I'm gonna buy you now', 'HEY I'M A CUTE GIRL LET'S BE FRIENDS!', 'Hey, you know that cute girl you're friends with? She's a guy.' And what bothers me the most is that the crossdresser looked nothing AT ALL like a guy. I mean I've seen crossdressers before in manga, Love Com being a terrific example. The difference is that most of these characters have at least some masculine kind of feature. Most of them, if you cut their hair, took off their makeup and put them in boys' clothes, would actually look like boys. The crossdresser in The Gentleman's Alliance does not have that trait. It's almost as if Tanemura decided at the last second, 'Hey, you know what would spice things up? Let's make this chick a crossdresser! Yeah, let's give her a wee-wee!' Ugh. Just... Stop it.
Other manga I've read include Ouran HighSchool Host Club, After-School Nightmare, Kimi ni Todoke, Girl Got Game, Absolute Boyfriend, Nana, Stepping on Roses, Love Hina, xxxHolic, Tsubasa, Kitchen Princess, Dragon Voice, Kuroshitsuji, Are You Alice?, Naruto, Fruits Basket, Hot Gimmick, Nanaco Robin, Berry Blast, Wallflower, V.B Rose, High School Debut... the list will never end.
In the end, I'm just another girl who can't help but always think of writing, keeping myself awake as I plot chapters and decide what Mikuo will say at this part, who Rin will punch next, who should die today, etc, etc, etc... Luckily, I'm used to functioning on little sleep, so it's not usually a *yawn* problem...
I'm best known as the self-proclaimed Queen of Author's Notes. ;) In fact, my Author's Notes could probably make a whole story on their own... *mumble mumble*
So, this is me. Love me or hate me, I am Naty17. Nice to meet you!
April 5th, 2013
OH MY GOSH. GUYS.
The Girl in the Ward is on the first page for the most reviewed stories. O_O I BEAT AZN-RINNY. OH MY GOSH. OH MY GOOOOSH!!!!! I just can't believe this...! I never thought... I mean, I DREAMED of getting onto the top list, and I bragged saying I would, but... Now... Now I am!!! ... Imma go pass out somewhere. Be back in five.
Lost and Found is on the second list. Do you think maybe my precious L&F will rise to the top too...? Oh my gosh, that would be so...! *dies* Anyway, I am SUPER stoked, so stoked, in fact, that I used the word STOKED! (Who says that anymore? o.o)
I LOVE YOU ALL, BECAUSE I'D BE NOWHERE WITHOUT YOU.
February 21st, 2013
My two year anniversary was 3 days ago, by the way. ;) And I got sick and threw up. ... Great anniversary. I've been pretty sick since... my tummy's growling at me. @-@ No, like, not in a hungry way, but in an 'I'm gonna kill you' way!
February 6th, 2013
Most of you have probably already seen and read my update titled 'Don't Let the Author Die'. If you haven't, please read it. This is in regards to it.
I never expected such a wide response. The day after I posted that update, 15 hours later to be exact, there were over 100 responses. There must be near 175 by now. I'm so so grateful to all of you, but... It doesn't seem to be going well. My mother won't even look. She doesn't even want to talk.
She keeps pushing off the hearing of my 'decision' until later. I have a feeling she knows what my response will be. She's pushed it off to this Saturday now. My decision hasn't changed. I hope you all know that, if I do 'die' from this, I will die fighting, and I will do anything in my power to come back. I always will no matter how crazy that makes me.
I'm getting my teacher to write her a letter saying I HAVE been working better at school. I'm still trying to get her to read all the wonderful things you've said. But... it doesn't matter. To her, strangers are strangers, and she doesn't care of what you have to say. She won't listen.
She's trying to read my fanfiction stories. She's decided to read Puppy Mill first. She doesn't know how to navigate through chapters, however. I won't teach her. I want her to lay off, but... she's determined.
November 22th, 2012
Oh... oh wow.
I think I can really officially consider myself a popular FFN author for the Vocaloid fandom now.
My last update was around November 10th, maybe November 11th, or something... And yet, the amount of views I get each day hasn't yet dropped under 50. Oh. My. GOD. You guys are just... wow. I will never EVER be able to thank you all enough, just like how I'll never EVER be able to tell you exactly how great it feels... to know that I'm so close. I'm about halfway there to making it. And I will! I promise you I will!
November 9th, 2012
A miracle happened: I forgot to check my review count for chapter 7 of The Girl in the Ward, so I decided to go check up on that along with chapter 8. So I looked... and chapter 8 had 12 reviews (although it's changed now). And chapter 7... 21 FREAKING REVIEWS. Oh my lord... I do believe I may just die of happiness now... 21 REVIEWS!!! I didn't think that was even possible!!! With 8 chapters, TGW currently has 107 reviews. OwO And meanwhile... Lost and Found, with 16 chapters has 97 reviews. XD Poor L&F... it must feel so unloved...!
August 5th, 2012
:') I just posted chapter 4 of The Girl in the Ward two days ago... I LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH!!!!!!! 6 reviews in the same day (it was late at night, so most of the reviews were posted in the next 24 hours), plus a bunch of faves!!! And the traffic stats... 172 on the day it was posted, then 76 the next day! You have no idea how proud and happy I am!
I've been on this site for almost 18 months now... and nothing ever makes me happier than this site. You are all so great, and I love you all so much! I know, I'm repeating that over and over again, but you have no idea how happy this place makes me! Like many of you, my dream is to become an author... and 32 reviews for only 4 chapters makes me so absolutely thrilled! If this keeps up... at 10 chapters, I'll have around 80 reviews! That's so incredibly amazing! (EDIT Jan/24/2013: TGW is at 10 chapters now, and I currently have 155 reviews- which is nearly twice as many as I thought I'd get. WOOHOO!!!)
This one (really bad) story I made for the Harvest Moon had 17 chapters and 106 reviews. In 3 more chapters after the tenth, if this review count keeps up, I'll have 104 reviews for 13 chapters. I'll beat it!
So... yeah, I'm on cloud nine. XD
This is even more popular than Lost and Found, which gets about 5 reviews per chapter. At 10 chapters, it has 48 reviews. The Girl in the Ward, at 10 chapters, will hopefully have 80. It's just... SO GREAT!!!
I'm so extremely grateful to ALL of my fans, and I hope you never leave me, because I don't plan on leaving you soon!
June 17th, 2012
:') I swear, you people are going to make me cry of happiness...! All those hits and views to Lost and Found are going to kill me someday, they make me so happy!
I'd just like to try to tell you all... even though I probably won't be able to express it all... how happy you guys make me feel. I absolutely adore you all, and I hope I'll be able to keep you all with me here, because you're all just so... so... so great! I just... don't know what to say! I've been here for a year and 4 months now... and let me just say, these have been the happiest year and 4 months of my life (sort of)! When I'm writing, it definitely feels good... I mean, I love to write, and I'm sure many of you feel the same way. But when I see how many hits I get, and read the reviews you guys send me... that's an even better feeling.
I love you all!
October 9th, 2011
My poll is now CLOSED! I've decided to make the new Vocaloid story about Rin and Len once being twins, then finding out they weren't. Look for it soon! I'm already done chapter 1, I'm just waiting to find a few more characters for the story, n' stuff, but it'll be out soon! It's gonna be called 'Lost and Found', if you're interested!
September 22nd, 2011
Posted my first Vocaloid story today!!! It's based off 'The Last Revolver', by Gumi. CHECK IT OUT!!!
September 10th, 2011
OMG, thanks so much!!! I just got my 100th reviewer for CmaR!!!!!!! Yaaaaaaaaaay!!! People LIKE ME!!!!!!!!
April 1st, 2011
Happy April Fools day, everybody! I made a lot of progress today; TWO NEW STORIES! One comedy, and one random drabbles thing for when I'm bored, or in case I get author's block. And yes, that would mean that my uploader is working (for now...)! Yes! Alleluia! I'm also working on Cry Me a River 4 right now... I didn't like my written version, so I restarted EVERYTHING from chapter 4, on, using some of the ideas to guide me. Meet Me In The Pouring Rain 3 was posted not too long ago too, so... OK, b-bye for now! Peace.
P-S: I just uploaded Cry Me a River Ch.4, so check it out!
March 29th, 2011
Finally found a way to upload, thank god, but there's no way to start a new story... Darned chicken bits... Nah well... I'm working on MMPR (Meet me in the Pouring Rain) Ch.3 right now, but in secret. Yep, that's right; I'm grounded again. I have issues...
March 19th, 2011
Hello, there! I finally updated this profile! Yay! I posted Cry Me A River Chapter 2 yesterday, if anyone wants to check it out, and I’m also working on a oneshot for Chelsea X Vaughn, I think I’ll call it “A different image”. It’s in the same style as “Meet me in the Pouring Rain” though, K? Alright, bye! Have fun reading!
February 18th, 2011
Naty17 became an official member of Fanfiction.
February 22nd, 2011
Naty posted her very first story, 'Cry me a River', for the Harvest Moon fandom.
March 4th, 2011
Naty's second story, also for the Harvest Moon fandom, was posted under the name of 'Meet Me in the Pouring Rain'.
April 1st, 2011
A third story for the Harvest Moon fandom was posted titled 'RaNdOm DRABBLES!'.; A fourth story was posted titled 'Nameless', for the Harvest Moon fandom.
June 10th, 2011
A collab story by Naty17 and Angel Takashiro was posted titled 'A Matter of Life and Death', belonging to the Supernatural genre.
Words I Cannot Spell
Because for some reason, I just cannot get these words right.
circle -> cercle (It's how you spell it in French...)
separated -> seperated
possession -> posession
conscious -> concious
inappropriate -> innapropriate, inaproppriate
likable -> likeable
If I had to pick my favorite pairing for each Vocaloid... (No pairing repeats, either.)
Rin -> Len
Len -> Gumi
Miku -> Rin
Luka -> Miku
Lily -> Kaito
Kaito -> Luka
Meiko -> Kaito
Gakupo -> Rin
Gumi -> Rin
Miki -> Rin
Gachapoid (Ryuuto) -> Yuki
Kiyoteru -> Yuki
Yuki -> Kaito
Piko -> Len
Dell -> Rin
Iroha -> Miki
Mayu -> Rin
SeeU -> Luka
Aoki -> Luka
Lui -> Len
Ring -> Luka
Oliver -> Len
IA -> Len
Neru -> Mikuo
Mikuo -> Rin
Luo -> Aoki
Mizki -> Yuuma
Yuuma -> Yuki
YOHIOloid -> Gumi
ZOLA Yuu -> Lui
ZOLA Wil -> Kyo
ZOLA Kyo -> Luka
Vocaloid Couples I DON'T like:
Miku x Len
Len x Neru
Gakupo x Kaito
Gumi x Miku
Haku x Neru
Current On-Going Stories
Lost and Found
Review Count: 280
Author's Comments: This is my second favorite story. (PM's got it beat.) I can't believe it's been nearly two years since I've started it. I am just so completely in love with this story, I... *deep breath* I just really love this. There's so much I can do with it, I never run out of ideas! I just adore it so much! Gah! I can't even put it into words... This is my little baby. There's no story I love more than this one. (Not even PM.) This is the story that truly started me and made me into... into Naty17.
The Girl in the Ward
Review Count: 392
Author's Comments: As any of you who've read this know, I've been trying to end this story for a while now. BUT I CAN'T. It's very depressing, ending a story... I never truly realized it. I really hope you all liked it, but I'm just drawing it out now. It's time this story took its rest. While I can't wait to end it, I'm also dreading it, haha... .
Darker than Death; Dust in the Corner
Review Count: 157
Author's Comments: This story was actually inspired by sugarstarcherry's 'Glass Slippers'. She's such a talented authoress, and she was the one who made me full in love with Miku x Rin. Without her, there would be no Dust in the Corner! DitC is... different, compared to my other stories. I believe it was my first attempt at darker themes, since I think I started this before L&F went black. You can see the gothic-horror kind of emerging from the words, too. It brings back memories, reading over the first few chapters... And look at how nervous I was! Ha! Dust in the Corner is something really special. I don't know how long it will last, but I think it should be at least another year or so before it ends.
Review Count: 120
Author's Comments: Now, this one... Well, if I had to pick a least favorite story out of mine, I guess I'd pick this one. See, I planned this out to be a simple Rin x Len forbidden twincest story. But then, I got obsessed with 'juicing' it up. I'm a very plot-driven person. By 'juicing' it, though, I made it into a 'Rising Stars' themed story. Now, I don't know what to do. I mean, while I miss the forbidden love/high school themes, I have a lot of things I can do now with this stardom theme. I suppose you could say this story is on temporary hiatus because of this dilemma.
Darker than Death; Puppy Mill
Review Count: 109
Aha! My ultimate favorite... Ladies and Gentleman, this is the ultimate concoction of Naty17, the story requiring the most thought, the most work, the most everything. This is THE story. This is... Puppy Mill. For a long time I advertised this story through my others, because I KNEW it would be big. And it is. Puppy Mill is darker than death (get the pun?), with unrequited love, strict rules to follow, and the twisted mind of everyone around. This is the opposite of utopia, and yet it exists. It is the most difficult story to write, and yet the most fun. I LOVE IT. It is lacking some essential thing, however... So I've decided to redo it. I will be adding a chapter between 2 and 3, then continue editing the chapters afterwards until I'm satisfied. Are you ready?
Possible Upcoming Stories
Vocaloid- Rin is an assassin. She kills for a living. However, while hunting down a victim, she discovers she has a rival. Now, she's been assigned to hunt him down. So she starts working as his assistant, Haine-Lin Kagene. "Hey, Rin, can you help train this guy? He's a newbie- his name's Rinto." This won't be easy... Rin x Len non-cest
The Missing Puzzle piece
Harvest Moon - The Harvest Goddess has somehow died! Everyone is confused of how, but no one can find the answer. Then, suddenly, each village in the HM world receive a letter, inviting 4 people from each village to come over to a new place, to solve a series of enigmas, and win a challenge. The prize? 999,999,999 G, and the answer to the unsolved question. But their main concern is: Will they even make it out alive?
Characters from SI/IoH, DS Cute, FoMT/MFoMT, GB, AP, MM, and ToTT included.
Title currently unknown
Vocaloid - I'd always write stories. I'd cast myself as the brave heroine. But now, to actually be one, in an actual story? Barely escaping alive while trying to help others of our kind avoid the same fate? And all because of a strange shaped birthmark. ...And a few powers that came along with it. Besides, it's not everyday you meet a necromancer. Rin x Len non-cest
Harvest Moon - Chelsea and Vaughn have 5 kids; Kasey, Angela, Kevin, Molly, and Jill. When they move to Castanet, however, they arrive completely torn, and with so many problems between each other. And so, the Harvest God gives the Goddess a job; solve their problems and find them love by the end of the year, or else she will be forced to become a mortal. It sounds so easy... but is it really? Kasey x Candace, Angela x Wizard, Kevin x Maya, Molly x Chase, Bo x Jill x Luke (with also Chelsea x Vaughn, of course!)
My Loveless Imitation
Vocaloid - Based off the songs 'Loveless', and 'Imitation Black'. Lenka Kagamine is the daughter of rich parents. The Kagamine family is very close to the Hatsune family, and they wish to be able to join their families together. However... there was a problem. Both families gave birth to boys, and they both wish to only have one child each. ...Wait... two BOYS? Ah yes... Lenka is really a boy; Len. However, after Mikuo was murdered, both families suspect the same person may try to go after Len next. They keep him under a strict watch. When one night, Len has had enough, he sneaks out, and meets Kaito and Gakupo. Oh, but they don't realize his true gender. How messed up can a love triangle be? You'll just have to find out...
Vocaloid - idea inspired by the Hunger Games and fanfiction 'World War Vocaloid'; The producers are done with the Vocaloid program- they wish to create something bigger, better. However, when a fan mentions that there are so many Vocaloids, you can barely count them, the producers decide that this new project shall have a limited amount of stars: 5 only. 3 old Vocaloids, and 2 completely new characters. But they all have great voices... How to decide which one to take? They want the fiercest, most determinated stars... so why not arrange a small game... a fight to the death? Only 3 can make it out alive. The rest? Out of the 34 challenging each other, 31 will have to die. May the games... begin!
Vocaloid - Based off song 'Ten-Faced'. For some reason, people in class 1-B tend to stay away from the strange green-haired girl, Gumi Megpoid. But Len's always been different... he's set on finding out what her problem is. "What's your favorite number?" "...4. Why?" "Funny... A few days ago, you said 8. But then again... you were also very different that day." "... I don't know what you're talking about." A girl who switches personalities everyday can't possibly survive loving only one man... her other personalities shouldn't all be able to agree on one person! But, somehow, they did... But he couldn't possibly love her back, right? "I love you too... but I can only love one of the personalities inside you." -.-" Yeah, contradict everything I just said... Isn't that fun? "Yes, yes it is." Shut up, Len... Len x Gumi
Heads or Tails?
Vocaloid - Len's always been good at getting girls; it was a talent. There are a lot more new girls this year that haven't witnessed his charm, though... So Mikuo challenges him to a bet. If Len can get the girl Rin to confess her feelings to him before Mikuo can get Neru to do the same, he'll win 100$... Problem is, Rin is an otaku. A very judgemental, socially-awkward otaku, who right off the bat has decided she doesn't want anything to do with Len. Len's always been stubborn though... so what will he do if Rin finds out? Rin x Len non-cest
Vocaloid - based off song 'CasinoTrickery'. Mother and Father Kagamine were murdered. The big-time gamblers were accused of cheating, and angry players acted out their rage. Confused Len and Rin Kagamine, not having anywhere else to go, were seperated and brought to different foster families. Now, 13 years later, they meet again at a casino. Rin is the Queen of Hearts; Len is the King of Spades. They don't reconize each other, but both are impressed with each others game. So the most talented gamblers at Trickery Casino face off against each other. "May the best gambler win." Len x Rin twincest
Vocaloid - The last time Rin ever saw her twin brother was 9 years ago, when she was 5. Her mother and father had divorced, and her dad brought Len with him to Germany, where they still live to this day. But now, after months of begging, Lily Masuda-Kagamine is finally letting her beloved daughter go to Germany to meet both the father and brother she barely knows. Only one problem: Rin doesn't speak a word of German. Len doesn't speak much English. And yet, they still feel something for each other than brothers and sisters should not. Rin Kagamine, you've gotten yourself into one big mess. Len x Rin twincest
The Rise and Fall of the Psychic Girl
Vocaloid - based off the song of the same name. Rin is well-known in school- as the freakish, anti-social Psychic Girl. She can see things others cannot. Ghosts, demonic creatures, who knows what she sees behind those shiny lenses she wears? Len finds her staring off into the corner of the room. But... there's nothing there. When she sees him and smiles, both their 'lives' are about to turn. 'You see them too, don't you?' He tosses the note back to her, and written in a neat cursive are the words: 'No, I don't, but neither do you.' Rin x Len noncest
Guns n' Roses (pending title)
My life sucks. Being an orphan sucks. Being a perfect blond-haired, blue-eyed orphan sucks. Being kept with over-loving foster-fathers and foster-brothers sucks the most, though. It truly is unfortunate to be innocent looking, because even those - especially those - who can't have a taste want one. Including the foster-brother that I thought was different from the rest. So I chose the easiest way to escape this fate; I ran for it. But I didn't expect to suddenly find myself in the middle of a gang, where guns are the answer to every problem. I especially didn't expect to fall for one of the gang-members, or to get myself tangled up with that damn 'brother' of mine again. But... perhaps it's more fun when eveything is dangerous. Rin x Mikuo - slight Rin x Rinto
Four Squares of Chocolate (pending title - first of three in a series)
Vocaloid - My mother told me never to grow up. She always told me she loved being able to hold me in her arms, being able to carry me around without feeling hurt in the least. I would always be her little baby. But then, something terrible happened: I grew. Momma was so angry when she noticed. I weighed 72 lbs.! That was too much for a girl, of five, according to her! But... here's the funny thing: I'm nine years old. This is the story of a girl who feared growing up and would do anything to stay little- even things that could risk her own life. This is my story, the tale of a girl cursed to stay forever five. Yuki Kaai, Angst/Horror
Kuroshitsuji - To Sebastian, there was almost nothing worse than transferring to a new school in the middle of the year. But by now, he knew how to make friends rather quickly. The best way was to wait until all the extra attention died off, never revealing anything worth gossiping about, and getting included in school clubs as soon as possible. This year, he chose to include himself in the chess club. He'd never really played chess before, but he'd always wanted to learn. However, he never expected such an arrogant chess 'king'. Ciel Phantomhive is a 12-year-old high school student, skipping two grades- and if most certainly got to his head! The smug little pre-teen doesn't think anyone can beat him, so he doesn't mind making risky bets depending on his skills. "If I win, I get that expensive-looking watch on your wrist." "And if I win?" Ciel smirked. "Ask for anything you want; you never will." "Kiss me." A thin navy brow rose. "Why that? Faggot." "Because I want to see the disgusted look on your face when you realize you'll have to let lips of a person who isn't your reflection touch your own." "Yout talk too much." He grabbed a pawn and moved it forward two spaces, smiling. "You're on, scum."
Picture Perfect (Pending Title)
Vocaloid - "Recently, there has been a series of photo-bombs in a small town that no one ever really paid attention to. Many people have reported seeing a blond-haired girl with a strange white bow on her head, though no one - not even villagers of said town - can pinpoint who the culprit is. Police are investigating and debating whether this is some new form of terrorism and supernatural experts are flying from all over the world hoping they will find this 'ghost' and set her free. Is this girl truly a ghost, or is she only visible through a camera lens? More on this toni-" The TV screen turned black. A girl pulled her knees up to her chest and stared at the empty lens. "Maybe if they'd look around... they'd see me," she muttered, as she straightened her big floppy bow. Rin, Hurt/Comfort/Romance
Vocaloid - based off the song of the same name.
When I think real hard, I can kind of remember how it all started. One morning, I woke up and got out of bed, and out of my sheets fell a strange red button. I didn't know what it was; it said nothing on it at all. I brought it with me to school to ask Nema about it- maybe it was a toy of some sort that I'd lost? Except... when I asked if anyone had seen her, nobody knew who I was talking about. It was like they'd completely forgotten who she was! "That's because this is the first time we've met, Gumi," she told me. "I am 'God', and I am giving you a chance to start over." She caressed the device I'd given her. "This is the life-reset button- the LRB. This life isn't good enough, right? I'm giving you the choice to start over now." And what a terrible choice it was. What a powerful drug that button is. Gumi, Angst/Horror
Definitely Upcoming Stories
Vocaloid - based off the song of the same name.
Meiko is a therapist. A darn good one at that too. She's extraordinarily talented for the young age of 22. She has sneaky methods, asking riddled questions in order to get a better glimpse of how someone would act- and it works every time. Until 19-year-old Kaito Shion steps into her office. One of her favorite riddle questions is the Candy scenerio. There just isn't a right answer. There never will be, which means you cannot simply choose the one you think she wants to hear and get over it. "So which candy will you take? The Love, or the Lies?" "I'd take neither." Her younger client answered. "I've already got my share of Lies, and I don't care enough for the Love." This young man is outsmarting her... and yet, she can't help but admit it intrigues her. Meiko x Kaito noncest
Vocaloid - Collab with sugarstaycherry
Secret Spoiler: "If we weren't in this game, I wouldn't kill you. But we are, and so I will."
Vocaloid - "Oh my God, Yuki, we should make a Fanfiction!" It had started out with two friends writing for a fandom they love. Then, Yuki had made herself a rival that was far out of her league. And then it continued by being told she just couldn't do it without help. Now, she sits at a desk listening to the teacher she has feelings for critique her work, and give advice to her. ... How could things get any better? If she became the best Fanfiction writer in her fandom. And that would happen someday: she promised it would! Yuki x Reverse Harem
What I'm working on (in order of importance):
-Lost and Found re-write - Ch.3