Author has written 3 stories for Ranma.10/25/04
Hello! So sorry for the extended, unexpected hiatus, but sometimes, life happens. *shrug* In any event, I have one last stress inducing hurdle to pass in late January, and after that I'm off scott-free as far as time management goes. I've missed writing for the sheer pleasure of writing something, and I remember how aggravated I got when good stories stopped being written half-through. So, expect the final chapters of "Meeting Later" to start appearing in the near future!Also, I tend to leap from author to author and story to story by scanning the favorites of other authors that have written fiction I enjoy. Thus, for your continued reading pleasure, here follows a list of pairings I enjoy and am more likely to add to my favorite stories list: Ranma 1/2: Though I haven't read much of fiction from this series lately, and it's unlikely that I will in the near future, I still enjoy them. Ranma/Akane Nabiki/Kuno Inuyasha: I went on a big Inu kick a while back, but not as much lately, still, I like the fiction more than the show, so I'll probably read/write from this story again soon. Kagome/Sesshoumaru Rurouni Kenshin: Battousai... *sigh* Aoshi/Misao - she's just so damned CUTE! Kenshin/Kaoru/Battousai - I particularly enjoy the psychological dillema of attempting to interpret Kenshin in regards to the Battousai aspect of his personality... of course, I *am* a psych major, so that may have something to do with it... Harry Potter: I get yelled at by my roommates for "contributing to the *wrongness*" because "It's a CHILDRENS story fer Chrissake." Ah well... *I* happen to like it. Snape/Hermione Harry/Hermione Harry/Draco Witch Hunter Robin: Last time I really looked through this section, there wasn't anything that really caught my eye, but it's been awhile, so who knows... Robin/Amon I have this thing for putting together the darkest character with the lightest... *shrug* dunno, maybe I get some sick sadistic pleasure out of watching those happy characters attempt to make those angsty ones smile. Though, in my defence, they usually succeed. Cheers for happy endings. Having issues with formatting at the moment. This is a test.