Author has written 8 stories for Ranma, Bleach, Naruto, Anime X-overs, Scryed, and Fire Emblem.
My novel, Crystallia, is now available on Amazon Kindle. ( incase the link isn't working)
Blog - Information on Crystallia can be found here. (crystalliafot.wordpress.com incase the link isnt working)
Last.FM page - If you like Jpop/Jrock, I suggest you browse my music library here
Other Ranma Fanfiction I like:
Almost exactly two years since my last post. Time flies.
I wrote a short story (original) recently, which apparently is the beginning of another story. I kept writing afterwards, I think I can make this into something. It's hilarious because I didn't think I'd bother with Nanowrimo yet here I am, 40K words into a new story (and maybe halfway done) that I started around November 5th or so. Go figure.
You can find that story here (crystalliafot.wordpress.com look for Snippet 2). Links on FF.net seem to be acting weird, maybe they updated the TOS to prevent linking out of the website or something. This is my personal website so I'll go ahead and leave that much anyways
If you're interested in what I've been up to, I've since acquired a Bachelor of Arts from ASU (August!) and played in a DnD game with Lathis that was GM'd by Ryo-Wolf. It was as amazing as it sounds. It was set in Ryo's original fantasy world; maybe if enough people ask him nicely, he'll share the result in some form or another.
I've rededicated myself to making something with my skills. I'll be updating my blog regularly from now on, unless I find gainful employment with a prohibitive schedule. Gainful Employment > everything else, and my blog ain't makin me much money yet.
I still get notes asking about Gray Skies. That makes me feel good. Like maybe I have a chance in this big, wide world...
Until I publish my first novel I will unfortunately not have any time to work on Inverted Spectrum, as all time and energy not directed at staying alive is directed at that. Wish me luck!
Man, and there I was thinking, "Meh, hardly anyone reads my garbage anyway..."
And yet I'm receiving questions about Gray Skies and Inverted Spectrum (and even my novel). Wow! This makes my day. You guys have no idea. Well okay, some of you do.
So I wrote this response to one of said people, and figured I'd just place it here, for all to see.
I'd like to start by saying sorry for the late response, and I'm flattered by your interest.
To answer your question, technically Gray Skies and Inverted Spectrum are still in development...
I say technically because I haven't worked on either in over a year. Last May (2013) I had written up some 26K words (about half) for the next chapter of IS when I experienced hard drive failure... then my laptop, where the backup was stored, experienced the same (within a day), and then finally, my removable hard drive was stepped on, and all that work (and then some) went up in smoke. Luckily, what I have of the next chapter of GS *was* saved (I had that one backed up on a flash drive I don't use anymore).
It took a long time for me to get over it, and while I haven't given up on either (I still open them up from time to time and stare at what I do have, and think about what I'm going to do with them) every time I start working on them I think to myself, "I should really work on my novel instead. Get published, maybe start earning some money instead of mooching off my parents while attending these online classes..." Speaking of which, the final draft is done and I'm in the process of designing the cover.
So yeah, sorry about this.
On the other hand, if anyone wants to make derivative works of my fanfiction, I've no right (nor desire) to stop them.
Since that nasty incident I've taken to using a free online service to store stuff that I can't do without.
Since I'm nearing completion with my book, I should probably
To anyone interested the book (the start of a series, really) is 150K words long. Yes, I know that's well beyond the recommended word count for a novel, especially for a beginner, but this is after culling all of the redundant, pointless can-do-without scenes, words, and other garbage, so I guess my vision is simply too vast. I've been world building/outlining since late 2007, really, so I suppose it's only to be expected.
The story's genre is simultaneously high/science fantasy. When I started writing it, the idea was to create the kind of story I'd always wanted to read (much like my fanfiction).
On a world much like our own - Eira - Adia Alis is a young Vinea (plant people) who lives in an isolated ghost town with her older sister, a renown sorceress. She is trained in self defense and the use of magic (both sorcery and enchantments), and they live alone, her only outside contact being a nearby village of elves they visit from time to time.
The city they live in is an ancient ruin, from a time when civilization was at its peak, when cities and ships floated amongst the stars - all since lost, but it was chosen because the forest it lies in is protected by ancient magic. All year round, it is temperate, and humid - perfect for Vinea, and no one has ever penetrated its veil. Then one day, Adia wakes up to find her sister gone without a trace and the ancient magic, dispelled, and quite a few uninvited guests - some of whom are none too friendly.