Author has written 8 stories for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Pokémon, Tales of Vesperia, and Professor Layton.
Here I am again, at the start. I haven't done a lot of writing (for fanfiction) in a long time, but my project for the 2013 National Novel Writing Month ended up being one which really kickstarted my desire to write fanfics again. I must say, I've rather missed it.
My fondnesses include Harry Potter, something I've loved since I was a child and am prone to quoting, Friendship is Magic, Doctor Who, Ace Attorney, Kingdom Hearts, Tales of the Abyss, Disney, parodies of the things I like (usually), My Immortal, legolas by laura, both of which provide endless hilarity for me and cheer me up, Team Starkid (Starship is my favourite work, but Twisted is edging its way up there), doodling, writing nonsense, Nutella, pepsi, and a number of other things. I've been writing stories for... what, nine years now? Something like that. Such a long time...
I do have a number of sort of internal rules I follow with my fanfic writing: I try to stuck to the in-universe 'rules' so to speak, by which I mean things like swearing, pop culture references, historical accuracy, and what have you. I likely won't be swearing a lot in text unless it's entirely in-character, nor making direct, by-name references to specific books (with possible exception to classic literature), plays, musicals, musicians, songs, etc. Of course, these rules don't apply to what I'm reading. I'm not that snobby.
I'm a former RP blogger on tumblr, where I roleplayed Wendy Darling, but a number of things have put an end to my RPing. Back in Feb. I suffered a computer malfunction that has made it really hard to format my stories properly. So, boo, I hate Open Office.
My deviantart can be found here, and you can now find art of the characters as I put them up! Please pardon the irrelevant art.
ho-hum... I name all my fics but my first after tracks from video game soundtracks and try to make the songs and games relevant but the title always comes last so that's not always the case. Tales and Final Fantasy are my go-tos for track names.
I also shamelessly ship Apollo/Franziska and Clay/Juniper despite being one of what feels like five people who see the appeal of these ships.