Author has written 20 stories for Merlin, Daredevil, Legends of Tomorrow, Sword Art Online/ソードアート・オンライン, Doctor Who, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Chronicles of Narnia, Elisabeth, Jessica Jones, Frozen, Attack on Titan/進撃の巨人, Tanz der Vampire, and Iron Fist.
Updated 9.10.18: Hey guys! So, I haven't updated any of my stories in over a year, which is probably making you think that I've quit fanfiction or something. Well, no! I haven't! I'm just... busy... trying to get a degree while working ...college is hard... so yeah.
I really really really want to start writing again. It's been wayyy too long.
So! I've put together this list of projects that are currently ongoing. (literally...like 90% of my fics are ongoing...because I'm terrible.) I'm prioritizing in order of those that I want to work on first, so this list may not make sense - I want to make it easier on myself and start working on the projects that I really want to work on, just for the sake of enjoyment. It's been a really long time since my days of regular writing, so it should be easier for me to get back into if I'm working on things I really enjoy. I mean, obviously I enjoy all of my stories - but some are just easier or more fun to write than others. So. Sorry if your favorite story isn't near the top! I plan to get to all of them eventually, just need to...ease my way back into the writing lifestyle.
So! The list.
Writing Projects - Priority:
1. A Tale of Fire and Ice - Merlin x Frozen
2. Error - Attack on Titan x Sword Art Online
3. Meet Picket - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them x Doctor Who
4. Dark Times - Legends of Tomorrow
5. A Pack of Truth - Daredevil
6. Musical Moments - Merlin
7. Die Entscheidung - Elisabeth das Musical
8. Finding a Smile* - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
9. The Things Your Eyes Have Seen* - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
10. When In Doubt* - Merlin
(* - not entirely sure if these will in fact be continuing.)
So yeah! Hopefully this helps in some way. I really want to get back into writing soon, so hopefully you'll start seeing updates from me again. Fingers crossed!
(9.10.18) Hello friends - thanks for checking out my profile! Unfortunately, there's this annoying thing called real life that's been getting in the way of better things (like fanfiction) recently. Being a college student majoring in mathematics tends to take away quite a bit of my fandom-time...my writing pace has slowed down a lot recently. I'm sorry, guys. I'm still writing though! just also trying to get a degree.
I hope this news hasn't ruined your visit. Still thanks, though!
Find me on tumblr, if you want to, and observe my addiction to fantastic beasts! If for some reason you want to. It's (whatswiththe-mustache.tumblr.com). Or the Archive! On AO3 I'm also (
Also: If you a fan of European musicals, feel free to check out my RP blogs on Tumblr!
I have RPed as:
- Krolock from Tanz der Vampire ( nachtvcgel.tumblr.com )
Both of these blogs are currently inactive (because I'm just too busy), but you never know when I might start up again...and there's still some good content on there, I'd like to think.
Got writer's block?
(Credits for this speech go to Nic-n'-Nyx. Copied from WEast's profile, htps://www.fanfiction.net/~WEast )
You may be a reject. You may not be smooth with the spoken word. You may be the most popular kid in school. You may be the boss at your office. You may be short or tall or heavy or light or anorexic or white or dark or struck by an unfriendly label. You may be the homeless guy on the corner or the one inside the store signing books as you hand them out. You may listen to Justin Bieber or to Three Days Grace. But what you are is a writer; never doubt the power of what you can do. Tell me, what did you learn more from this year; the President, or the Hunger Games? The senator or Rick Riordan? The public speaker or Clarissa Fray? Your boss or Pi Patel? American Idol or the Twilight Saga? A list of facts or Harry Potter? Which of them stole the most of your time? Which is more well-known?
It's the book. Every time. People fail to realize flaws in our society in their own lives, but they see it in District Twelve and in the Capitol. Books make clear what we can't see with the naked eye. Authors are the ones that speak to people's hearts. Writers are the ones people turn to for lessons and entertainment. It's been this way for thousands of years. We are the teachers of every child who opens a book. The themes we write are the themes they learn. We are there in every life, a quiet influence bound in a pretty cover, months' worth of work and reading, colored with imagery built around the lightning rod of an unforgettable plot line. A story spent months reading is memorable more than a speech listened to for just five minutes. I can't name all the leaders of the world right now, nor what they decide to preach about, but I can tell you all the characters from Percy Jackson, and every little thing they taught me. And they are things worth learning.
So don't think there's a better way to make a point. Don't think there's a better way to reach your audience. Fiction stories have been striking the hearts of their readers farther back than anyone alive can remember. And striking the heart is what makes literature so different from everything else. Don't ever doubt your ability to show someone something new, to teach them a life lesson, or the importance of what you have to say. Say it in this foreign language everyone knows. Decorate it with characters and light it with sights and smells and sounds and touches and tastes and give it to the public gift-wrapped with your finest effort. Because I guarantee you, someone is bound to hear you clearer than they've heard anyone else before.
I hope you've found some words of inspiration. The world needs it desperately. Do us all a favor, all you writers, and come out of hiding. We've had the greatest influence of all over people of the past, and as we act now, we are the ones influencing the future. We have more knives and pens than the BVB Army, more sway in society than the Senate (whom we have proved this to before), more power than any celebrity you could name. I'm calling on you now. Rise up. I dare you to write something today that readers won't forget. I challenge you to make someone cry with one thin little page of text. I urge, no, I demand you to put something down on paper that'll be copied and produced and remembered for longer than Ancient Mythologies have been. I dare you to slam a revolving door. I demand you to write a message in the folds of a book and watch how, in awe, people unwrap it. Watch your footprints stand bold against the falling snow and refuse to be covered. It is all possible, I assure you. You have no idea just what power you hold in a pen - or a keyboard - until you use it.
And right now, the world needs you to use it more than ever.
We, writers, have made history. We were the ones to record it. And that ability has not changed at all, just our awareness and will to use it. We were given the gift language and storytelling for a reason.
This is that reason. It's calling. So ask yourself what message you want to send. Ponder about what you want to say. Because the world is listening to us above all other beings currently on this earth. Us, not the movies, not the official-labeled politicians, not the superstars. And it's our job to give it a story that's worthwhile.