Author has written 42 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, Harry Potter, Avengers, and Star Trek: 2009.
Hello there, friends! I'm Dennis, and this is my profile. Rather badly-written, because how the hell do you sum up a person into a few paragraphs? But it's a profile nonetheless.
I'm high-school aged, with a nasty tendency toward procrastination and total avoidance of all human contact, in favor of immersing myself rather unhealthily deeply in my fandoms and rarely coming up for air. As of now, those fandoms that have so dutifully eaten my life and sanity are currently Star Trek, Supernatural, BBC Sherlock, and the Avengers, with Harry Potter, Hetalia, and Pirates of the Caribbean in slightly smaller portions on the side.
As it's my general rule to avoid talking to anyone, ever, seriously, it's probably healthy for you to force me out of my shell with a PM or two; though I may take a while to reply, I do really appreciate it. That said, I almost never bother to log into this account anymore, so if I don't reply within a decent amount of time to one message, just shoot me more messages until I do.
And also, before I forget again: I always fail to put a disclaimer in my stories, but that does not mean I own the fandoms/characters/settings, etc. that I am writing with in them. Just fyi. I'd rather not get sued for copyright infringement, so I'm just going to plainly state here that pretty much any aliment of a story that you recognize as canon is not my own; it is merely borrowed.
My purpose here on fanfiction.net is merely to fill all fandoms with as much fluff as possible! I don't believe I have ever successfully written something devoid of fluff, so if I'm wrong on that, correct me and I'll be getting on it as soon as possible!
Ships, in no particular order:
Jack/Sally (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
Frostbite (Rise of the Guardians)
Jack/Basically everyone except Elizabeth because Johnny Depp is hot and pirates are rad (Pirates of the Caribbean)
The Evening Dennis Broadcast: Still sorry, still not writing much, but wot ho! I actually do have a bit of good news this time around. I've been working on an original novel on and off for quite a while now, so with any luck you'll have wonderful gay YA fiction to look forward to sometime in the distant future. Look for two guys named Will and Simon--and that's all I'm saying for now. Denny out.
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