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Author has written 17 stories for Pokémon, Aliens/Predator, Digimon, Metroid, Halo, Mass Effect, RWBY, X-Com, Naruto, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Red vs. Blue.
Stories on Hiatus:
On A Tempest Wave- Pending inspiration to get rid of laziness
Naruto: Hayabusa- Pending rewrite and inspiration
The Brighter Side of Things- Pending renewed personal interest
Metroid: Nova- Holding On Hold
A Lighter Shade of Gray- Pending...something
Iron Hearts: The Shanxi Campaign: Updating soon.
Against All Odds: Extraction- Rewriting.
Aliens: Homefront- Beginning massive narrative overhaul. Expect appearances from William Gibson's Alien 3 script.
Dragon's Heart - Rewriting
Two Sides to Every Tale -Rewriting, Plot Bunnies to arrive in mail eventually
RWBY: CRV - To be determined. Fueled by late night writing binges. Do not recommend said binges as a way to write stories. Possible rewrite.
Red vs. Blue vs. Saren - Rewriting first chapter, will proceed towards the second afterward.
Changing the Course - Files retrieved. Beginning rewrite.
Of Psychics and Flying Chtulu-ships - Writing the sixth chapter. Lots of crap to write down due to the sheer *ing size of the first actual f*king mission on Mass Effect! All the same, the next update should be posted soonish if all goes well. After all, job hunting sucks.
Why I Write
I write because I want to be in the story that I read about, or watch on the screen. I write, because I can create something that brings me joy. I write because, simply put, I can be whatever the damn hell I want to be. And then suffer getting bitched at all the same. I persevere. I write to spite my nay-sayers. I write, because all good ideas need to come out somehow.
If at first you don't succeed, erase any evidence it was you that tried.
Walk a mile in another man's shoes. That way, when he's angry, he's a mile away, and you have a pair of brand new shoes.
When life gives you lemons, squeeze them and make apple juice; then just sit back and watch as life tries to figure out how you did that.