Author has written 15 stories for Inuyasha, Rurouni Kenshin, Sailor Moon X-overs, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy: Unlimited, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Yu-Gi-Oh.
I am entitled to my own opinion and this page should have nothing to do with my work. The list below is only here to inform readers about what I like and what you'll probably find in one of my fan fictions:I write mostly crossovers, and most of them have a dash of romance and drama (and angst, lots of it). I am a fan of impossible pairings, as long as they have to do with a favorite character of mine. I also play video games, so expect some fan fiction for that genre too. I like yaoi and yuri, but rarely write stories in this genre and prefer to read it instead. I am not afraid to go OOC (out of character) or read it, but only if the story takes me there, makes me believe in the character change due to the setting or events in the fan fiction and/or I can justify it with a great plot and excellent writing. However, I try to stick to the original personality of all characters if, and when, I can. No one likes a Mary Sue, and I'm no exception. However, to me the difference between a Mary Sue and a good original character is intent, and I don't intend to make Mary Sues (or their male equivalent) now or in the future. But I will make a decent supporting cast if I feel a story needs it. Finally, I'm a slow writer. I write about two to three chapters a year if I'm lucky, so keep those author/story alerts on. I'm not a school girl, so life and work keeps me busy. This is the pace I go at and it's not likely to change. I've been writing fan fiction for 10 plus years and I've noticed you either quit writing fan fiction when you exit your teens or you try to write when you can. A chapter a week, or even a month, is impossible for me now.
Also, one disclaimer:
I don't own any of the games, manga, anime, characters etc. that I base my fan fiction on; However, all my plots, original characters, and any fictional worlds I create (that are not connected to any existing copyrighted or creator/company owned stories, games, etc.) are mine and should not be copied in any way, shape, or form without permission, and this includes any original poems, original songs, etc. and any of the actual text that I have written, excluding any text that I have quoted such as songs, poems, or text from other sources (for example textbooks, websites, or novels, etc.).