Author has written 3 stories for Naruto.
“There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls.”
Name: Just… Wolf, Ms. Wolf
Occupation: Being a cat.
Languages: English, Spanish & French.
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My favorite SasuNaruSasu Story. I have a long list of these so just look in my ‘favorite stories’ list below. Rated M.
Simply the best yaoi-long fic story I’ve ever read. It’s just perfect and even better if you love Itachi. My greatest respect for this story. Pairing: Pein/Itachi. Rated M
If you’re a bit of a sadist, masochist or simply can take anything, I highly recommend this story, but beware there is lots of torture, blood and morbid stuff. Pairing Madara/Pein. Rated M.
Long fic full of humor, action, lies and drama that revolve around Kakashi and Iruka. Personally I loved it although it’s still not complete. Rated M.
Series of one-shots involving Shikamaru and Ino. No order and no ground theme, but full of romanticism. My favorite one shot in this series is number nine: ‘Cradle’. Rated T.
Long fic involving Sakura and Kakashi. Complete drama! If you like novels I recommend this one although it’s still not complete. Rated M.
Again both are long fics involving Sakura and Kakashi. Novel-like stories full of romance and drama. Rated M.
Last one and extremely long fic involving Sakura and Kakashi. It’s just lovely, I highly recommend if you like het. Rated M.
Awesome story! Long fic involving a series of pairings including Tenten/Kakashi, Hinata/Genma, Ino/Shino, etc. Don’t get fooled by the pairings, the story is incredible, give it a try. Rated M.
If you love this pairing as much as I do you’ll love this story. Neji/Tenten long fic. Please Read it! Rated M.
Gloomy but pretty story about Temari and her new life and the new people around it, cute. Shikamary/Temari. Rated M.
A beautiful story of how Sakura finds everthing she's been looking for in the wrong body.
Phrases/Quotes of the beauty of fan fiction
“Fanfiction is what literature might look like if it were reinvented from scratch after a nuclear apocalypse by a band of brilliant pop-culture junkies trapped in a sealed bunker. They don’t do it for money. That’s not what it’s about. The writers write it and put it up online just for the satisfaction. They’re fans, but they’re not silent, couchbound consumers of media. The culture talks to them, and they talk back to the culture in its own language.”
“I am one man with a laptop. When I give the world my characters, it's because I don't want to keep them for myself. You don't like what I made them do? Fucking tell me I'm wrong! Rewrite the story. Throw in a new plot twist. Make up your own ending.”
“Fanfiction isn't copying - it's a celebration. One long party, from the first capital letter to the last full stop!”
“I adore the way fan fiction writers engage with and critique source texts, by manipulating them and breaking their rules. Some of it is straight-up homage, but a lot of [fan fiction] is really aggressive towards the source text. One tends to think of it as written by total fanboys and fangirls as a kind of worshipful act, but a lot of times you’ll read these stories and it’ll be like ‘What if Star Trek had an openly gay character on the bridge?’ And of course the point is that they don’t, and they wouldn’t, because they don’t have the balls, or they are beholden to their advertisers, or whatever. There’s a powerful critique, almost punk-like anger, being expressed there—which I find fascinating and interesting and cool.”