Author has written 16 stories for Gundam Wing/AC, and Harry Potter.
Well goodness everybody, it's been a while.
I'm back from a two year break, and hopefully the writing will be spilling forth (Or. . . er. Struggling forth. . . ) from here!
Looking back at my old fictions, (particularly those written back in '03) I really find the urge to go back and re-do them. . . I haven't the heart to get rid of them, no. I'm too much of a packrat for that. Most of my old fictions were written with a close friend of mine that's moved away as well, and I wouldn't be able to just can them.
Well, there are a few I might just save and jump off the face of the earth. But hopefully going back to weed through my things and fix them up will get me to updating some of those stories that have been hanging around all lonely!
For all of you who actually follow along with my writing - I know I have no type of constant updating style, and all the power to you for sticking with me anyways! I love authors who update weekly or on a certain schedule that I can follow, but I simply can't become one. My muse likes taunting me until I can just sit down and whip something up, so I do hope you'll forgive him.
Looking back at all my old Potter fiction really does tug a heartstring though, doesn't it? While the whole idea of fanfiction is having stories that can or can't fit into the real story, looking at the absolute line of "This could never happen" is a bit depressing now that the books are over, isn't it?
Which of course won't change us from doing it, but it does ring the 'weird' button for me while I'm writing. I'm happy that the main (er, only? Hehe) story I'm working on right now is based in a past that I can mold however I want without feeling bad for tweaking Rowling's universe too much.
Welp, other than all that other rambling, as is obvious from my list down there, the majority of stories you'll get from me is most likely Harry Potter. The one story I branched off from the fandom is one of my first fanfictions, and I could never get rid of it. However, I also urge you not to read it if you don't want to wallow in a young girl's 'fangirl cast of what can only be called mary sues'. Really. Either stay away or take a healthy dose of painkillers before trying that one.