Author has written 39 stories for Pokémon, Golden Sun, Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Attack on Titan/進撃の巨人, and Fire Emblem.
Twitter account - I'll be posting little updates (and/or complaints) of chapters as I write them. As well as other things, of course, but still.
Anyway, I'm currently working on two series of Dragon Age Novelizations and one Fire Emblem Novelization. They are:
Wardens' Tale - Follows the City Elf Agrona and the Human Noble Serenity through Origins. Rather... rough writing, especially at the beginning. And potentially problematic characterization, ESPECIALLY at the beginning. You've been warned. Completed.
Wardens' Tale: Awakening - Follows Agrona and Serenity through the Awakening Expansion. Completed.
Champion's Tale - Follows Althea Hawke on her journey to become the Champion of Kirkwall and change the world while just trying to protect her family. Completed
Inquisition's Tale - Follows Samantha and Lucina Trevelyan, Deidre Lavellan, and Kost Adaar through Inquisition. Multiple POVs. Ongoing
Griffons - A sidestory involving Wynne and Serenity, based on one in-game conversation. Completed
Decisions - A sidestory following Morrigan's thoughts before a key decision during the Endgame. Contains mild spoilers, based off the Revelation comic. Completed
Things Get Weird - a sidestory involving three of my Inquisitor's OC. Set prior to Inquisition. Completed.
Saga of the Wardens - Another multi-Warden fic, this time with more Wardens: Human Mage Layla, Dalish Elf Cleon, City Elf Aiden, and Human Noble Nuada, with Nuada's younger twin, Elspeth, replacing dog as a companion (due to how difficult it is for me to even remember Dog existed while writing). I play with the canon just a bit more here than I do in the Tales series. Goes through Origins. Ongoing.
A Tactician's Testimony - Fire Emblem 7 Novelization (localized as simply 'Fire Emblem), written from the POV of Katri, the tactician. Various pairings, though none are really the focus of the story. Ongoing.
I also post oneshots whenever I get inspired and can't set it down to the side. Currently, these take up the bulk of the stories I have, because they're fun and quick to write.