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Joined 01-02-14, id: 5426537, Profile Updated: 08-20-14
Author has written 2 stories for Prince of Tennis.

Hello everyone,

Are you interested in knowing a little about this writer?

Then, I'll tell you a little about me:

I have been dabbling in fanfiction writing for around 12 years now. How old am I? Let's just say mid-twenties. (No, I'm not ashamed to admit my age range, since I write and research these things with the intention to create quality works directed at younger audiences in the future - which is why you may see me take common cliches and themes then put spins on them. Must reel them in first, right?)

I mostly write OCs and plot-driven romance, and pairings with canon characters who are not (relatively) fully developed in canon. Perhaps I am lazy in creating my own universe with original stories, or perhaps I like the challenge of fabricating my own story within set confines of a fanfiction.

This is not my primary account, but I am taking a long hiatus from my primary account to work on this fanfic, 'Someone Like You'. I will link this account back to my primary when I've completed this story. What is my other penname? Hehe. It's a secret.

I am feminist.

If there is one defining feature I want to be remembered by in my writing, it is by that.

That isn't to say I think every female protagonist should be tomboyish like Shizuka, because strength can come in different forms: Ability, mentality, emotionality. A trap that many people fall into when they see the word 'feminist' is to assume that the person in question is all about independence, vengeance, witty retorts, and unconventionality. In my humble opinion, whether a story can inspire feminism has little to do with the protagonist herself. Rather, it is whether the writing can challenge some of the issues taken for granted in some reader minds. For instance, does the story recognize some of the double-standards females face in society? Does it promote the goal of self-fulfillment rather than self-sacrifice? Does it illustrate a mutually benefiting relationship in romance, or an unhealthy co-dependency where one partner cannot function without the other?

As mentioned above, a writer can challenge any of those things regardless of what kind of protagonist is used (I chose someone like Shizuka mainly due to plot device that will reveal later on). What matters is the ultimate message a writer sends by the writing of and resolving of conflicts. There are young audiences on this site, let's do our best in exposing them to different questions and points of view.

That being said, I do welcome questions, comments, discussions you may want to have with me via PMs. I am actually a lot friendlier than how I present myself here, haha. I'll be happy to discuss storytelling methods, plot development, feminist viewpoints with you if you'd like, though beware that I'll respectfully decline any invitation to read someone else's story. I apologize; between my courses at school and my own story, there isn't enough mental power left, haha.

I appreciate those of you who have offered your support by either fav'ing or by lending a word of encouragement through reviews! It makes me feel I'm on the right track, still :)

That's all I have to say for now! Enjoy your writing!

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Atobe's Advice Booth by SugarSensei reviews
7 word challenge from BunniesRcute. Atobe runs an advice booth for no reason at all, where he aims to help by being the amazing and majestical person he is.
Prince of Tennis - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,322 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 25 - Follows: 8 - Published: 1/17/2015 - Atobe K., E. Ryoma, Fuji S., Sanada G.
Mosaic by HSYcca reviews
Who are the Three Demons, and who is the young man with the strange seaweed-like hair? Hideaki, a second year at Rikkai, can't seem to recall. In fact, she can barely recall anyone, besides her neighbor, Marui Bunta. Maybe they're just not important. KiriharaxOCxMarui
Prince of Tennis - Rated: T - English - Humor/Romance - Chapters: 6 - Words: 17,600 - Reviews: 41 - Favs: 87 - Follows: 110 - Updated: 9/11/2014 - Published: 5/23/2014 - [Marui B., OC, Kirihara A.]
Hyotei Gakuen Bag Check by riyaaanu reviews
Atobe demands to see what the regulars carry around in their bags! What horrors.. er.. wonders are waiting to be revealed? Last chapter up!
Prince of Tennis - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Friendship - Chapters: 8 - Words: 15,099 - Reviews: 105 - Favs: 74 - Follows: 31 - Updated: 10/26/2008 - Published: 9/4/2008 - Complete
Seigaku Kittens by Gwynhafra reviews
Karupin had kittens, and Ryoma's dad wouldn't let him keep them. Without a choice, Ryoma turns to the Seigaku regulars for help. How would they deal with those little furballs?
Prince of Tennis - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,785 - Reviews: 259 - Favs: 806 - Follows: 101 - Published: 12/23/2006 - E. Ryoma, Karupin - Complete
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Someone Like You reviews
Hyoutei Academy's Kagami Shizuka felt something must be wrong with her. This incredible young man confessing to her was someone she rarely ever met, and was a member of a rival school, no less. And yet… Yet a bold voice suddenly declared, mercilessly interrupting, "Shizuka, if you dare go steady with him, I'll make sure you regret!" [OC Centric, High school AU, Semi Reverse-Harem]
Prince of Tennis - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 63 - Words: 265,278 - Reviews: 378 - Favs: 351 - Follows: 385 - Updated: 7/8 - Published: 1/2/2014 - [Atobe K., OC] Rikkaidai, Hyoutei Gakuen
Delinquent reviews
Misadventures of various PoT characters. Second story: According to Yanagi, 96 percent of first impressions are wrong. Sanada begs to differ. [Oneshots]
Prince of Tennis - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Family - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,950 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 6 - Updated: 6/15/2014 - Published: 6/14/2014 - Kirihara A. - Complete
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