Author has written 12 stories for Harry Potter, Mass Effect, Star Wars, Naruto, Book of Amber, and Vampire: The Masquerade.
It turned out that sometimes there is a lack of stories that I would like to read, thus I started writing stories that would fill the gaps and entertain myself. This allows me to bring some of the weird ideas in my head to to you. I walking a steep slope towards English language mastery, with pitfalls and challenges along the way, but my main aim here is to bring the enjoyment I have while writing to the readers. To you.
You can find a handful stories of mine, in a slight mess of priorities. It all started with a plan I had for Feathers, Fangs and Flames, a story which I kept going for 50 chapters, 45 of which were delivered every two weeks as planned - and the rest fell victim to shifts in priority and workload. I'll still finish it.
One of my main priorities, due to its popular demand, is for Steal My Thunder God - the Naruto time travel story, which most likely led you to reading this profile, and which wouldn't be there if it hadn't been for Roarian's editing and other help. The average chapter seems to be around nine thousand words long, and the editing period alone takes roughly all the free time I have in a given week, so bear that in mind when expecting a new chapter.
A seventh story (chronologically) was started in joint effort with Morta's Priest (Roarian), a man behind the most reviewed Harry Potter and Avengers crossover as of yet. This seventh story, Destroyer of Words is a Batman/Death Note crossover, and is being posted via his profile - http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8665231/1/Destroyer-of-Worlds
To add to that, I've sat down and wrote an Interlude on Albus Dumbledore - which grew and grew, and when I had it written, I've realized that I want it as a separate story. Thus, you have this new story that popped up in my list. Stolen Destiny: Alchemical Applications. It's a bit heavy on magical theory, but otherwise I'm writing it for fun.
Below, you'll find a couple of sections - links to original stories I wrote, current schedule and progress in the stories listed (updated with most story updates, even as the profile intro remains nearly constant) and notes on stories that I have completed, added after the fact and even more extra comments. Feel free to skip any of those and head straight for the stories - for that reason, the sections are marked appropriately.
I hope you'll find something you like, either among those mentioned or other stories.
Thank you for reading, and remember, nothing I have is abandoned, until my profile says it is.
ORIGINAL CONTENT LINKS
The City - a story where a man who cannot live with the Technology goes on a crusade against a City. Things get complicated.
To Free A Human - a short tale where a human is made free, in a world that is entirely different.
The Lies of The Dragon - a story of the last dragon, Ax the Wise, and his duty to guard The Doors of Death. In some ways it is a nod for Moorcock's writings I grew up with.
The money from the Anthologies goes to pay for DLP's hosting and for releases of future anthologies. All of the anthologies always need honest reviews.
FANFICTION WRITING SCHEDULE AND CURRENT PROGRESS
AS OF 2016-03-17
SCHEDULE / LATEST UPDATES
Posted the 1st chapter of SD:AA on 2016-01-24
A while ago I decided to stop promising exact update dates.
Refer to current progress instead.
Ordered by the highest probability of being updated next
Numbers indicate ff net chapter numbers
Editing the 8th chapter of HtRO
Writing the start of the 11th chapter of SMTG
Writing the middle of the 51st chapter of FFF
Writing the beginning of the 3rd chapter of BtM
Writing a short HP story I promised for a friend
Writing the beginning of the 6th chapter of SitC
The 5th chapter of DoW is waiting for heavy edits
The Trump of Merlin - a story told in second person (I know, but everyone has that one experiment where they try it out), where the world of Amber comes knocking into Harry Potter world. As Harry Potter has no knowledge of Amber, the reader isn't expected to, although those who have read the Chronicles of Amber will find interesting tidbits of information. There are still some minor spelling mistakes there, I will have to get around to fixing them. Take a look if you have time for plots, crazy magic, and battles to the death. There exists a small possibility of a sequel.
The Last Enemy to be Destroyed - a Harry Potter story I wrote for a DLP contest that got only three entrants. The Judges gave it a score of 79/100 and it got the second place from the bottom. It is stemming from the oh so popular misuse of the phrase the Greater Good, and has to do with Apocalyptic scenarios.
The Eye for an Eye - a Harry Potter story I wrote about Alastor Moody and one of the skirmishes between the Order of the Phoenix and the Death Eaters. In its entirely, it should be blamed on Klackerz for prompting me to write it by talking interesting things in IRC.
Dead Last - a one-shot set in Naruto universe, where not everything is as it seems at first. There is a small chance for a prequel to be written at some point.
Rat Arrives Today - a bad story that needs rewriting, but I probably won't bother, since it was quite a first time writing in English, and neither the concept nor the resolution seem to leave an impression. You can skip this, unless you want to compare for progress I made. The changes in fanfiction.net restrictions on formatting will steal the tails and eyes of the little rats the second I edit any of the chapters, so I delayed that to forseeable future.
The Original Legend of one Hairy Pot - a story I wrote years ago, in Lithuanian. I translated it at some point, out of curiosity, and made some slight edits. It is rather crazy and if you're expecting some sanity, you will find none there.
NOTES, COMMENTS AND TRIVIA
Any and all pictures on the stories are temporary - I kinda hate that feature.
I owe myself one extra update of FFF at an yet unspecified time. This is especially hilarious since it's been a year and a half since I updated the story.
I appreciate when someone takes time to point out an error. Nobody is perfect. English isn't my first language and in a way I'm using this as a means to learn it better. If it's a plot or logic error, I'll try to find a solution.
I hold anyone reading as intelligent and attentive - in my view, it is better to explain a bit too little than a bit too much in the story. I get too confusing sometimes, though (they always told me I'm slightly mad). For that matter, I'll try to respond to questions asked. Even when the answer is "I cannot tell you yet."
As someone who is somewhat easily influenced, I blame Ocs for making me write Bleeding the Magic, Klackerz for The Eye for an Eye and Roarian for nudging me to start writing the Steal My Thunder God.
Thanks for people who spend time helping me improve, including the vilest hive of scum and villainy that is DLP.