Author has written 2 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Yu Yu Hakusho.
It has been several years since I've even touched my fics, but I still read other peoples' on occasion. I have, however, strayed from my old fandoms, repented of my evil self-insert Sue ways, and turned to the path of righteous original fiction writing. This, of course, means that the fanfics on this account are dead! You hear me? Dead! Gone! Go to Jail! Do not pass go! Do not collect 200! No Phoenix Downs, no Life2, nothing! They're not coming back!
-"What it comes right down to in fantasy novels is this: Either a hero sets out on a journey, or a stranger comes to town."
-"Nobody's going to give you a map out of here; you'll have to draw your own."
-"I've a plan so cunning, you could pin a tail on it can call it a weasel."
-"And pantsless I shall go, and pantsless I shall go. Hei-ho-the-dairy-o, and pantsless I shall go."
-"Please don't follow in my footsteps. I run into a lot of walls."
-"Where are we going; what have we thought?"
-"Give in to your apathy! Surrender to the Grey Side of the Force!"
-"This particular love story is so candle-lit you begin to suspect that the characters forgot to pay their electric bill."
-"Pray tender upon my suffering ears a word - any word to keep my wounded heart from grieving."
-"My type of villain is a manipulative person being manipulated by a more powerful, more manipulative person."
-"If you pay us enough, we'll be willing to overlook the fact that the average Tic Tac has more intellect than you."
-"...but I digress. There is only one way to skin a cat and that is to start at the nose and peel."
-"Size only matters when speaking of knives."
-"The best ideas come when you've broken all your pencils."
-"If you don't know where you're going, chances are you'll end up somewhere else." -Yogi Berra
-"Mary had a little sheep.
And with that sheep she went to sleep
The sheep turned out to be a ram,
And Mary had a little lamb."
-"No use breaking your shin on a stool that's not in your way."
-"You can lead a fool to wisdom, but you can't make him think."