Author has written 16 stories for Saiyuki, Peacemaker Kurogane, Bleach, Kyo kara Maoh!/今日からマ王！, Prince of Tennis, and Naruto.
For those you want Bonnie Tyler's "I Need a Hero" and the Dango song pm me. Tq.
Newlywed’s Night had been updated – unfortunately not in ff.net. The scene is too obscene so I put it up on Aff.net instead. I’m so sorry.
Have you ever been so down that you just need that proverbial pep talk just to keep going? I am experiencing that right now. It doesn't feel good, trust me.
~Words of Wisdom~
"Your maather is sooo faat, thaaat when she jump for joy, she got stuck." - Russel Peter
Tips to find a good fic:
1) Make sure there's no typos in the title and/or the summary of the fic.
2) DO NOT GO FOR THE CAPITALIZED/BOLD TITLE OR SUMMARY. DO YOU SERIOUSLY THINK THAT THIS MEANS GOOD OMEN?!?
3) Don't go for the 'I'm not good in summary'/'My summary sucks' crap. If the author can't write a good summary, what makes you think that he/she could write a good story?
4) The 'What ifs' summary is so overrated and not to mention, cliché. What makes you think that the story would be any different? Don't believe me? Type 'What if' in the search box and see how much really turns up.
5) Summaries with 'My first fic, please R&R'. Well, If there're no indications of the above, I'd say 'Good luck'. You might find a prodigal first timers or a diamond in a rough, but I wouldn't bet on it. Not being a bias to the first timers, but stating that in the summary is a big No-No to me.
6) Go for the summaries that hooked you up and makes you wanna read more. It's a positive sign.
That's just my personal fic indicators, but I believe that the list will go longer in time.