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Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter, One Piece, Inuyasha, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
I'M. NOT. DEAD. JUST...
Ahem. As mentioned, not dead. If anyone is still particularly interested in my writing (and I assume at least a few of you seem to be, as the recent reviews for Serendipity and Sailing Strange Seas have indicated), I've recently had both the time and the mental space to actually return to writing, fanfiction or otherwise. My writing style and interests have, unsurprisingly enough, changed quite a bit in the last three years, and there are new fandoms I have recently been interesting in writing for. My most recent writing interest has been for Naruto and Inuyasha, amusingly enough. Old, old, old fandoms, at least I know that the Naruto fandom is alive and well (and bubbling violently in the aftermath of that train wreck of an Epilogue). What of Inuyasha?
Now for updates:
The Menders - Definitely abandoned, though I'm planning on changing the status of this to 'complete' at some point. I've become too distanced from any ideas I might have had for this story, and I'd honestly rather just post it as a series of oneshots rather than a continuing story.
Hatori - Remains to be on the list of stories to be massively edited. There's so much I have left to say in this, but what I've written and posted so far just makes me want to cringe.
Serendipity - ...as mentioned in my AN in Sailing Strange Seas, Serendipity is currently undergoing major editing, right from the first chapter onwards. I'm targeting both shoddy writing and plotholes, because there are far too many. In other words, no updates until I can actually get done with this.
He Says She Says - Considering posting a sequel of sorts to this, though the writing for it is currently at less than 5%.
Sailing Strange Seas - Have a sequel lined up. Not sure when I'll actually be able to post it, though.
There are also other stories in the works. You're more likely to see me over at AO3 these days, under the same name, since I'm more active there. Any explicit content will only be available over there as well.
Current Writing Interest: Naruto and Inuyasha
Music: Yes, please, and lots of it. Currently obsessed with The Kongos' "Come With Me Now".
Literary Genres of Choice: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Supernatural Fiction. War fiction, Post-Apocalyptic fiction, Dystopic/Utopia-centred fiction, Scientific Fantasy, and several other subgenres therein. In other words, nearly anything and everything that comes under the umberella of Speculative fiction, especially if it's not YA.
Reviews: I have read every one of the beautiful that you've been sending me, but my schedule doesn't always allow for replies. This makes me feel horribly guilty, I know I get pissed with authors who don't reply to reviews, but there you have it. I'll try to reply to each and every one, even if my replies are ridiculously delayed.
As I'm in the middle of completing a double MA in English Literature, I don't have much free time left to write for personal pleasure. I know of several writers on this site who juggle work and pleasure enviably well, but I guess I'm just not one of them. Grad school is really not fun, though I will encourage anyone financially able and with a reasonable amount of will power to go for it.
My stories are still getting written, fanfiction and original alike, but my speed has gone down tremendously. Rest assured, you will get updates. Just not as soon as you (or I) might like. I'd apologise, but since I barely have time to get my work done, it wouldn't be a very honest apology.
Hopefully the promise that my stories aren't abandoned will be enough to tide you over. Feel free to PM me if you feel the need - again, my replies may be delayed, but you will get them.
Cheers to anyone who managed to work their way through to the end of this bio.
"You all laugh at me because I'm different, I laugh at you because you're all the same." - John Davis