Author has written 23 stories for Cats, Hetalia - Axis Powers, X-Men: The Movie, and Avengers.
This is the shared account of two writers whose muses met at a party, hit it off, and have been attached at the hip since. Saying we're prolific is a nicer way of all but asking, "Do you even have lives anymore?"
This account belongs to Meadowlark4491 and victoriousscarf (who goes even more as just VS). They are both literature majors, and VS is a double major of history as well. This clearly influences their writing. They run Felidae 1925 together, which is a CATS rp set in the 1920s () If you have any extra interest in their writing, check out the companion livejournal community: The purpose of this community is sorta to be like the special features of a DVD set. You'll find author notes, music links, playlists, graphics, icons, and especially author commentary on stories and/chapters.
Due to your author's lives getting out of hand, a couple stories are going on hiatus until we get things back on track: "Not Just Pain and Anger" has been on break for a while, but "Born to Live and Fight" and "What's My Road to Innocence" will also be going on hopefully very short breaks while we get things back under control.
There are three main types of stories we write:
Original Stories: These are stories where the plot are entirely created by us, even though it's technically fanfiction. Examples are, The Vienna Offensive, War and Tulips, Not Just Pain and Anger, Why Do Fools Fall in Love?, Born to Live and Fight, Kings Pawn Game, What Your Sacrifice Was For, Two Sides of the Coin, and The Lightning and the Sparrow.
Inspired By: These stories take the very rough idea of something else and built off it, though it's not a strict adaptation or even follows the same outline. Examples are, Everybody's Looking for Something
Adaptations: These stories are rewrites of something else, which tend to start out following the source material fairly closely before branching out as our characters react differently to the scenario than the originals did. While we usually follow beginnings closely, following the entire story through usually becomes fairly boring and there's not much point, so expect some close followings and some radical departures within the same story. Examples are, The Menace Rising (Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), Begun These Wars Have (Star Wars: Attack of the Clones), In These Dark Times (Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith), Welcome to the Hellmouth (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 1), What's My Road to Innocence (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2), No Beauty Could Move Me (Disney's Beauty and the Beast), This is the Long Forgotten Light (The Secret of Kells), Pick a Little Trouble (The Music Man), I Don't Dance for You (High School Musical, 1, 2, and 3), A Suggestion of City Streets (West Side Story), The Ghost of the Chateau D'If (The Count of Monte Cristo), Find Someone to Carry You (Firefly) and I Didn't Do All I've Done for You (White Collar).
NOTICE 10/22/12: We've basically left ff.net behind for AO3 where you can find us under our own accounts (Since AO3 is more flexible with their author's and allow for co-authored stories and such) victoriousscarf and Meadowlark4491 ( and respectively). There is no sequel to Two Sides of the Coin as of yet. Your authors have been having different issues, both with writing now that Grad School has started and with not only FrostIron but inspiration in the Avenger's fandom in general. Don't hold your breath but if/when it does happen it shall be in a series on AO3. Cheers all.