Author has written 40 stories for Sword Art Online/ソードアート・オンライン, Kingdom Hearts, and Accel World/アクセル・ワールド.
So, if you're here, I've either impressed you with my works of literature or made you mad at me, but thanks for coming either way!
Wipe, wipe, wipe! Wipe my profile, I did! I only kept a few things, since most of it was either outdated info or just plain bad jokes. I'll put up a list of stories on my "continue eventually" list and then be done with this update.
So, out of all my stories, which am I going to continue? Here's a list for you, though it's a rough guideline at best, and partially inaccurate at worst.
Last Stand is a definite yes, despite its rather whimsical start (I just wanted to try out making a zombie apocalypse story so I could say I did it, and I got much more caught up in it than I intended).
Move Forward... this one's iffy.
Jar of Hearts is a possibility.
The Ace of Spades is coming along nicely right now, so probably.
The Kendo Club: The Nation's Stage... this one hasn't been published yet, but it's a continuation of the original TKC rather than its rewrite, Playing for Keeps. The general idea only works with the premise that the original version of the story set up, because the way I've left the rewrite makes it hard to continue. But the plot is basically that Kirito's premonitions return in an evolved version that allows him to tell the future result of all kendo matches he sees. Thus, when the tournaments start up for him (he's his club's representative), he starts using the power without realizing that it kind of controls his outlook. Meanwhile, some other kids going to participate in the kendo tournaments have special powers of their own, and not all of them are as passive as Kirito's.
Life of the Party is possible... but probably won't see an update for a good while.
Passive versus Active will have a small chance of being updated eventually... if I can get fast how irrationally fast I made the plot move in the beginning. So it's a long shot.
Accel World: American Branch is another one I haven't published yet, but its first chapter will be released in less than a week from today's profile update. It's not an SAO story, but I've done considerable work with it, despite only having had the idea for a week or so.
FATAL ERROR: SYSTEM REBOOT - Last Chance... this one is the last story on the list, and it's the only story in the FESR line that I'll ever consider working on. I haven't started it yet, but it's based on something I made Cardinal say in chapter seven of FESR. The governing program of SAO said that it would only turn back time once more for Kirito, because it was tired of doing it over and over after seven times. So this would be a conditional sequel based on the condition of Kirito's failure in FESR's line being fulfilled (which, let's face it, he's destined to fail to clear the game in time with how I set up Shattered Memories). Cardinal also adds another twist in this one. The program adds a seriously nerfed dual-wielding to literally every player's skill options once their one-handed sword proficiency reaches 100, but keeps it the same as in FESR for Kirito - that is, he gets it from the beginning, it isn't nerfed, and all the normal skills for it are there (the nerfed version leaves out the best skills like The Eclipse). Those are the premises that make up Last Chance, which I plan to co-write (sort of) with a friend of mine... though the one on their account will be a bit different via adherence to their staple in SAO fanfics starring Kirito.
Now, I'll tell you a little bit about myself:
Location: The good old US of A! I'm in the middle of the US Central time zone, unfortunately, so I never see the ocean.
Goals: To become a professional author. As you can tell by my writings here, I'm pretty far off from that one. My other accounts, less well-known though they are, are all way ahead of this one in general quality.
Age: I'm in high school. That's as far as I'll narrow it down to. Though I will say that if all goes well, I'll be graduating this year.
Name: Sorry, I don't think we know each other well enough yet.
Gender: You guess! You might be able to tell by my writings. (A bunch of people have guessed in the past several months, and about a fourth of them were right)