Author has written 11 stories for Power Rangers.
Name: Arytra is fine, but I'll pretty much respond to any shortened version of it as well.
Bio: I'm 24 as it says above, recently graduated from college, and am trying to figure out what to do with the rest of my life. I have a job that eats up a lot of my free time but that helps pay for funny things like the internet and rent. Even food. It's not a bad job, but sometimes I just wish I could be at home writing. Because my life has drastically changed from being in college, I'm still in an adjustment period and plan to be there until after Christmas. All I can ask is that you bear with me until then.
Stories and Series: I've written several complete stories, Power Mentors, The Note, No More Fish Movies, and What Makes a Home (which will be up as soon as the site lets me upload) respectfully. I've started the sequel to Power Mentors which has been named Mentoring Rangers 101. I also have several one-shots that aren't quite finished enough to put up and ideas for more. All of these stories coincide with Power Mentors. I like the story and I'm having fun with it. The pairing for the stories are as follows: Kim and Tommy, Trini and Jason, Conner and Kira, Hayley and Billy.
Current information: I'm having a bit of trouble with the chapter and not getting distracted. Hopefully, it will be posted soon.
Future information: In the Power Mentors universe, several one-shots have been planned, I plan on doing the prequel, another sequel is planned, and at least one shorter story will be in the works. The shorter story will be longer than a one-shot with probably 3-5 chapters. It will take place between Mentoring Rangers 101 and the third larger story. During November and National Novel Writing Month, I took the opportunity to write a different story outside of the Power Mentors universe. It is a Power Rangers story and the main characters are the Time Force Rangers this time. The majority of it is written, with only a few parts that I had trouble writing at the time needing to be written, but I have not had the chance to go over it and check for inconsistencies and grammar mistakes.
I'll try to add more to this later, but I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to read my work and those of you who have reviewed are especially wonderful. Thank you all. If you have any questions, please send me a message. I'll be happy to answer it to the best of my ability.
Update: I posted the last chapter to Mentoring 101. I'm not sure if I will write the third, but I'm not posting it if I do until it's completely finished. Sorry for the terribly long wait.