Author has written 7 stories for Junjō Romantica, and D.Gray-Man.
If one were to say I grew up, they would say that it happened somewhere between Wonderland and Oz. But then again, it is rarely if ever said that I grew up.
My passions are tea, hydrangeas, rabbits, and Victorians.
I would like to make one thing clear though. One may notice through my a fics a constant string of historical and/or religious themes. If your first thought is "Whoa, she's a history freak," then yes, you are correct. I am constantly reading books on history and as a matter of fact do not much like fiction, mainly because it takes a while for me to warm up to a character. My main area of knowledge is centered around the Victorian era particularly that which has to do with the British Empire but I feel I can say I possess a general knowledge of history stretching from the ancient Greeks to WWII. The rest I do not particularly care for, so I do not bother with it.
If your second thought is "Whoa, she hates Christians." this would be very very wrong. I love churches and crosses and I admire the martyrs that gave their lives back in the days before Constantine. I find it fascinating how a small idea started by a few people in a very small part of the world has evolved into an idea that has spelled the birth and death of whole empire. I am not however christian. In fact I am very very Wiccan. I am a witch proud of both her heritage and who she is right now. So yes, I do worship nature and yes I do celebrate the sabbats. No I do not sacrifice cats to a horned god. No I do not drink blood, and no my athame is not used to cut anything but energy. Deal with it.
The stories I have lines up are.
1. (Dancing Leaves)
Wrongly charged for murder Akihiko is thrown into the hull of a prison ship to be forgotten about. There is something about his cell companion that strikes his interest. Maybe it is the creatures green eyes, eyes that glow like emerald lanterns when night falls. Or maybe it's how that whenever the candle sways during violent storms his curious gaze is able to catch a glimpse of pale limbs wrapped in tangled vines.
This story takes place in either 18th century or 13th century Wales (I haven't decided yet.) and will have fairies, talking animals and the like. It was inspired by The Llewellyn Tarot book that comes with the deck and A Witch's Guide to Faery Folk by Edain McCoy.
2. (The Antiquer's Trade ch2)
This series is dedicated to the enchantingly wonderful raiu2112 so if you dear reader don't like it, then I don't particularly care. Actually I don't care if you like any of my stories, it's just for this one I actually have an excuse to say it.
The second story will take place at an hotel where a very important auction is about to take place. Until the daughter of the man whose estate is being sold finds death in the form of an innocent looking snake bite. Inspired by Christopher Fowler's Peculiar Unit Mysteries series which is at the moment my favorite book series. The hotel might change to an old Victorian house in the country side during a storm. You iknow, the kind where someone had cut the telephone line and slashed all the tire? Yeah, I love those.
3. (Undecided title)
This is the sequel to Changes in Time centered around the junjou couple.
In the beginning there was only the three of them. The father and his sons. And while one son submitted, the other ran. And kept running. But he is tired now, so very tired. And it was then, when he decided to give it all up that someone told him to live. A very small someone but in that tiny body was more than Akihiko could ever find in all his long years.
4. (Undecided Title)
This a cross over where the egoist couple meet the 10th Doctor. Jack has been requested to be in here but I don't yet have a firm grasp on his character so his appearance will be debatable.
One afternoon Nowaki comes home to find books everywhere. And in all those books, as Hiroki so eloquently points out, is not a single fucking word. Nor is there any writing on the sticky notes on the fridge or the buttons on the microwave. Even the name plate outside their apartment is blank. It is only late that night, when an unexpected visitor appears in their bed room that things are finally explains. Things being fixed on the other hand is a whole different adventure.
D. Gray Man
1. (Undecided title)
Yullen. In this Kanda is a inkubus under the enchantment of a dark sorceress so that he must spend the rest of his immortality in the form of a harmless fluffy bunny. A bunny that Allen steals from the pet store at age 8 (or somewhere around there) and he must live as Allen's sole companion as the boy grows into a man. In this fic all communication between the two is through Allen's dreams until the enchantment is lifted. Which it obviously will be. Really the only reason I'm writing this is because I want to write a story about a pissed off demon bunny.
At its most basic a Alice and Wonderland cross over with DGM. Or maybe wonderland crosses over with the real world. Yullen. Allen is the white rabbit (obvious much?) and Kanda is the crow. Just like Alice, Tweedledum (Levellier) and Tweedledum (Two dots) wake up. Maybe it happened a long time ago, or maybe it happened recently, but that's not what's important. What's important is that people are disappearing from wonderland and no body knows where they are or what's happened. Because sometimes you wake up. It happens to everyone in the end. After all if it's all just a dream, then you needn't worry about it. Instead you should be worrying about whose dream it was and just where the opening of their eyes has landed you. Mpreg? Maybe? It might help with the plot. I'm not really sure yet. Stay tuned.
1. When Death takes a holiday it is up to the dead to guide their companions into the beyond. This is the story of and old captain walking through the dreaming in order to bring his first mate back with him.
I can also be found on deviantArt under the handle ToktelasAndTea.
Also, I would like to say that all the picture I use are not mine, I did not make them, and they do not belong to me. Unless of course I say otherwise.
Well that's all,