Author has written 4 stories for Legend of Korra, Avatar: Last Airbender, and Death Note.
You can skip the paragraph below if you just care about the stories. It's okay, my broken heart understands.
Greetings! Razniak here. So, what has brought you to my humble homepage, wanderer? If you were hoping to find out something deep about me or some such, I'm afraid you'll be disappointed. However, I suppose I could say a little about myself and my interests. First, I'm mainly here for the Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra fiction; those are my primary areas of interest, and most of what I read and publish in the foreseeable future will be in one of those categories. Which brings up an important point; as an author, I feel I have certain obligations to any readers (assuming I get any, which is none too certain). Above all, I promise this: I will never abandon a fic, even if my interests change or I really begin to despise it. Nothing frustrates me more than reading through someone's story only to find out halfway through that it's been discontinued, so I assume plenty of people feel the same. In addition, I will always listen to all the advice/criticism you send me and take it into account. You don't have to be nasty or a flatterer to get your point across. On that same note, I would deeply appreciate all the commentary you send my way. I'm a new and inexperienced author, and my writing skills are unpolished. So I need you to click that little review button. Please? Thanks for taking the time to read this, and wish me luck!
I've decided to make a list of my small and slowly growing number of stories, with descriptions/commentary.
"Heartbreaking" --My favorite, thus far. It takes an alternate look at the scene in "The Cave of Two Lovers" where Uncle makes tea from a poisonous plant and Zuko meets Song. Iroh comes out looking far more cunning and, in my opinion, more in character than he did in the actual scene. Canon-compliant.
"Shattered, Reforged" --My first work, which is unfortunately obvious. It recounts a more in-depth history of Hiroshi Sato and how he could consider killing his daughter. It was a good idea, but the execution needed more work and time.
"Of Poetry and Terrible Rhymes" --What inspired me to write this, I don't know. Nevertheless, I like it well enough. Mako goes out of his comfort zone in order to please a distant Korra. Post-season 1.
"I'll Take a Potato Chip...AND EAT IT!" --My first piece for Death Note. It's short, sweet, and (if you ask me) funny. It was enjoyable to toy with the characters and bring some nonsensical fun into an anime that takes itself very seriously.
What I've got coming up: Another Death Note oneshot is cooking, this one longer and more serious. Slowly but surely a Kingdom Hearts multishot fic is taking form, and, even though Legend of Korra practically got pushed to the backburner, I've been pretty excited about season 4 so far and think I might start another fic there.