Author has written 7 stories for Gundam Wing/AC, Rurouni Kenshin, Final Fantasy IX, Utena, Final Fantasy VII, and Bleach.
I'm a part-time author, with dreams of being a full-time lighting designer. I love coffee, teas, video games, anime, and an eclectic variety of music. I will probably never understand as much about sound as I want to, but one day, I will know more than most people. My hobbies include watching foreign versions of Disney songs, performing at Renaissance Faires, and shooting with rifles, paintball guns, cameras, and traditional Hungarian bows (remember the Elves in the Lord of the Rings? Yeah. I have one of their bows( this is me gloating); I know the distributors (check out their website at )).
The Update Update (Latest: 6.24.08)
I Want to Be Your Enemy: It's in production. REALLY! I just haven't had time to play FFIX in a long time.
7 Days In...: Yes! It's in production! So totally! I'm about eight pages into chapter two, but I keep hitting walls, floors, and ceilings. I'm just trying to ensure the best quality before I finally publish it.
6.24.08: I am so sorry, everyone and anyone who is reading. Don't think that I've forgotten, but I do have some depressing news. I am officially on authoring hiatus, as my own computer has crashed (stupid fatal hard-drive error... >_
Also in Production
The Many Positions of Matsumoto Rangiku and Ichimaru Gin: A series of one-shots featuring (you guessed it) Matsumoto Rangiku and Ichimaru Gin from BLEACH. They will be raunchy, and most likely edited for content for this site. I will post a link to my mediaminer.org address if you want the full versions. But they are not finished yet.
Obsidian Eyes: A Mai-HiME fanfic. Also edited for content.
Strip Layer: Angelic Layer fanfic. See the edited for content note.
Instruction Unit Requesting Support, Over: A Stratos4 fanfic. Edited.
Taboo: From my all-time favorite, Final Fantasy IV. Edited. (Do we see a pattern?)
- Thank you all ever so much for reading, and putting up with me.
The Flaw in Paganism:
Drink and dance and laugh and lie,
- Dorothy Parker