Author has written 2 stories for Walking Dead, and Legend of Zelda.
Well, I'm not sure what I'm supposed to say here. Guess I'll start with some of my favorite categories on this site.
That's basically it. I can't tell you how many stories I've read in just these categories.
As for other interests, I enjoy music (anything except rap), the outdoors, and spending time with friends. I'm a college freshman who probably spends less time studying than he does twirling his pencil around in circles on a piece of paper. Well, that's probably an exaggeration but that's how I see myself. Anyways, I also enjoy writing. Not writing like you would for a school paper, but writing about what I want to write about. I suppose that's sort of why I'm here: Writing what I want to write about.
Stories I'm currently working on:
Event Horizon: This is a story set in the walking dead universe and it follows Lee Everett and the rest of the gang. It's sort of an experiment, if you will. It started out as an idea, really. I was thinking about what would've happened had Carley never been killed by Lilly on the side of the road. That idea gave me the inspiration to start this...whatever you wanna call it. But yeah, I'm planning on continuing it and developing some character relationships, essentially exploring what you don't see in-game.
The Hero of Time: Obviously, this is a Legend of Zelda story set in Ocarina of Time. It's slightly AU, but I'm not going to spoil too much. Basically, it's the story of Ocarina of Time with a bunch of extra scenes and dialogue to spice it up. I'm even planning on a little romance in later chapters. It's nothing too risqué, this is an adventure story after all, but it will play an integral role.
So yeah, that's what I'm doing and I don't plan on anything else for the time being since this will probably take long enough as it is.
Legend of Zelda:
There's a few more, but none that I think should make this list as these are my TOP favorites. I might add more if something REALLY impresses me (which happens every now and then). I usually favorite stories that are engaging, original, and grammatically flawless, save for very minor mistakes. In very few cases, simply the story can override the grammar-loving portion of my brain if it's good enough.