Author has written 4 stories for Restoration series, Others, Fairy Tail, and Thomas the Tank Engine.
Basically, I'm a fan of Thomas the Tank Engine and Fairy Tail, although I dont really know much about the latter.
Anyway, all my Fairy Tail fanfictions will involve talking trains, Thomas or not: I like to take risks that way. Anyway, the Thomas crossovers will only follow the canon of The Railway Series, so characters only used in the TV series won't appear, and the canon of the manga. Consequently, characters from the Key to the Starry Sky Arc may appear, but the events won't be referenced: Charles M. Schulz, creator of Peanuts, never considered the specials to be canon to his comic strips, even though he wrote the screenplays, and The Railway Series is a different canon to the TV Series, so even though Hiro Mashima may consider the Key to the Starry Sky Arc canon to the manga, I'm going to follow the Schulz route and say it isn't.
Also, you may note that I rarely use copyright disclaimers with Fairy Tail. This is because all of us are smart enough to know that I don't own the material the stories are based off.
Something to note, all of my Fairy Tail stories take place in the late 1980s or 1990s, depending on where the Tenrou Island members are. In addition, if they're a crossover with Thomas, some stories written by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry and his son Christopher will also be adapted.
Here's a list of Thomas/Fairy Tail crossovers that I've made, plan to make, am currently writing, or have been made but not uploaded:
Fairy Tail: No Appreciation
This story stars Chelia as she starts to feel unappreciated after failing to catch a thief and the other members of Lamia Scale don't show her any appreciation for her efforts. So she runs away to the Isle of Man, but gets washed onto the Island of Sodor and ends up joining the North Western Railway, the name of the railway that Thomas himself works on. By the way, it takes place before the members of Tenrou Island return. This is the only one I've managed to finish so far, but I'm planning to re-edit it so that there's more friction between Chelia and Daisy the Diesel Railcar. I also intend to give Donald and Douglas a larger role.
Another Sudrian Fairy Tail
Serves as a sequel to Fairy Tail: No Appreciation. After Fairy Tail disbanded, Wendy Marvell joined Lamia Scale, but sill misses her old friends. Chelia brings her to Sodor to cheer her up, but Bill and Ben the China Clay Twins, who are on loan to Tidmouth while the China Clay Works owned by their owners, the Sodor China Clay Company, are closed during winter, end up making Wendy's life worse with their cheeky ways. Also an adaptation of The Railway Series book #37, Henry and the Express.
Fairy Tail: Size Doesn't Matter
So far, I've noticed that the character of Romeo Conbolt hasn't played much of a role in the Alvarez Empire Arc. This story is intended to explain that: feeling that his son isn't ready for war, his father sends him off to Arlesburgh on Sodor during the war against Zeref. The young fire mage must learn to adapt to a life on an Island where very little action happens. Wendy might appear, but since she doesn't come with Romeo to Sodor, won't play much of a role if she does. She and Romeo could try a long distance relationship and I could focus on the theme of that.
Fairy Tail: Jumping to Conclusions
Many stories on this website have Lucy leaving the guild and/or Lisanna being evile by wanting to get rid of Lucy. This one is a reverse: it is Lucy who is evil this time, and after Lisanna returns and before Tenrou Island, Lucy starts to feel jealous when the other guild members start paying more attention to Lisanna more than her. Eventually, when Natsu says that Lisanna is the best girl he ever met, Lucy finally loses it and in her rage kills another member of the guild, which nobody witnesses. She then frames Lisanna, who is banished from Fairy Tail as a punishment. Upset, Lisanna goes to the Island of Sodor and joins the North Western Railway, working at Wellsworth on various jobs: cleaner, signalman, and a brief stint as a painter. Meanwhile, her siblings think Lisanna was wrongly framed and set out to prove that she was innocent, while a bus named Gerald tries to prove himself superior to trains by competing with Edward and Jinty on passenger services.
Fairy Tail: Fear of Trains
Takes place in 2006, 15 years after Fairy Tail: No Appreciation. Sherria, the daughter of Chelia, has a fear of trains due having to a bad experience with one when she was only 5. To help her overcome this fear, Chelia brings her to Sodor, which as we all know is full of trains. Meanwhile, Percy the Small Engine finds himself competing for the job of delivering newspapers to towns along the Ffarquhar Branch Line with a lorry named Hugh. For this story, I'll also be adapting the second-to-last book of The Railway Series, Thomas and Victoria.
Not all of these stories may be original, but they are at least relatable, especially the third one: since we humans are creatures of habit, none of us really like to adapt to change, me included. The first one is also relatable: at one point in life, we've all felt unappreciated. So too is the fifth one: many of us have unnatural fears, I even have one of bugs, and often try to overcome them. As for the second one, well, we've all had to say goodbye to some family and friends we had good bonds with, so I'd say it's also relatable. And the fourth one is relatable as well: even if we don't want to admit it, we've all felt jealous of somebody else getting more attention than us. We've also blamed others for accidents we cause at some point in life and Lucy framing Lisanna represents what we want to do when we get jealous of somebody, but know we can't; get rid of the competition through any means necessary.
But I'm also gonna point out that not all of these stories will include physical violence: there will be fights, but not all of them will use magic: although full of talking transportation, Sodor is more of a realistic place, so it doesn't really have a need for magic.
My stories will also include musical numbers, but they can be skipped if you don't feel like singing along.
Another thing to mention: not all the stories will focus on just the main character: other characters will be focused on as well. Be warned that this will result in plot lines not being clear, but if you think of these stories as a mini-series, they might make sense.
In addiction, Natsu won't be playing a role in any of them: he'd get sick before he even got there!
My Writing Style:
To be honest, I haven't given this much thought, but I do get many ideas. When I get one, I may write it down before forgetting it. Also, I've noticed that many fanfictions never get finished. To avoid this, I write down every idea I have, then piece them together before releasing the story.