Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter, and Fate/stay night.
Story update: I'm being lazy. Chapter 10 has been 99% done for 2 months (just needs a final proof-read). However I have been sidetracked by the busyness at the end of the school year, reading fan fictions, and playing various games (I'm about to go on a JRPG spree- thank you Steam Summer Sale!). I'll probably get around to doing that final proofread tomorrow and publish it then, or maybe next week. Who knows? Not me. I have chapters 11-13 planned but very little written (about 2k in 11 which will end up being 5-7k).
My hope is that I complete year 1 (chapter 20?) over the summer, but I may be sidetracked too much by other things. Chapters will come out when I deem them ready.
In other news, Ori and the Blind Forest is amazing! Very hard (over 400 deaths and on the Wind temple area- then again I'm just bad at platformers), but beautiful, immersive, fun, and has very responsive and tight controls. Buy it (it's $10 right now during the sale) and play it.
I am 26, male, and working as a high school science teacher in Europe for a couple of years before I head off to graduate school to get a masters degree in meteorology. I have yet to decide my specialty, it will either be tropical weather (with a focus on hurricanes), severe weather, or climate. Unfortunately, with Trump, the idiotic climate change denier, as president, it is likely he will slash funding to all climate scientists, I may have to avoid that specialty.
Harry Potter and the Eclipse Princess: A Harry Potter/Nasuverse story that (for now) focuses on various Type-Moon characters making a mess of Harry Potter cannon. The update schedule was originally supposed to be weekly, but I seem to be far too inconsistent a writer for that to happen. When I have new chapters they will be posted on Fridays.
I am planning on writing a One Piece story (actually 2 concurrent stories that merge) but will not be posting it until I have a significant amount done. I have ideas but little else at the moment.
Favorite Fandoms & some story recommendations:
Fate/Stay Night- This one is really fun and is very complex. Great potential for good stories, From Fake Dreams is the best. I still need to play the VN, it is sitting on my computer downloaded but I only just passed the prologue (and that was
Naruto- While I am not too fond of canon (it eventually became very shark-jumpy and I ended up dropping it about 10 chapters before it ended), it is a great sandbox for fan fiction. There are a number of interesting stories and many ways to approach this world. There are even more crap stories, then again
Bleach- This show started out so well, but lost steam and slowly died (Check out Super Eyepatch Wolf's YouTube video on this- he does a great job analyzing it). The last few arcs just have so many problems. What the heck is up with how powerful the Quincy dudes are anyway? The power creep in Bleach is terrible, it should be more like Hunter x Hunter when it comes to power. Instead of the whole "power levels" type DBZ thing, skill should be far more important (see: Hisoka. Odd skills with apparently little direct combat applicability, is stupidly strong). It finally ended. I heard it was terrible and haven't bothered reading it- the art and story were just that bad by the last arc. Still the characters are interesting, their designs great, and powers quite varied. Great fan fiction potential, but there have not been too many good Bleach stories written recently (some decent crossovers though, mostly with Naruto).
Highschool DxD- I'm not sure what it is about these stories, but I quite like them. I've never watched the anime and have only read the first few light novels (through the Phenex arc), but there are some really good DxD stories out there. My favorite is A Demon Lord's Hero (also a Fate crossover which makes it even better).
Worm- I am really enjoying reading the various stories that this fandom is producing. There are not a lot of them, but they tend to be of surprisingly high quality. I may need to actually read the source material at some point, but what I've ready about it from others online is basically a big giant DON'T DO IT so I'll stick with the fan fictions instead. Should be less soul-crushingly depressing.
Harry Potter- There is so much written for it that some of it has to be good (and some of it is great). As a children's story HP is amazing, but when viewed critically it falls apart at the seams (often because of things that appear later in the story that cause plot holes to appear in earlier books) and there are so many ways to fill in those holes and change things. Magic is always fun to read about.
One Piece- My favorite manga, but not my favorite fandom (or anime, there are so many things wrong with the anime- please read it instead, it's totally worth it). Most One Piece stories just lack something. Perhaps it is because the source material is already so good so fan fiction looks bad in comparison. There are some good stories but I wish the One Piece writers would try a bit harder. Rehashing canon with an extra character or two is not fun- if you are going to change things by adding additional main characters there should be increasingly significant deviations over time. Following canon to the letter is not only boring but also bad writing. The story This Bites! does what I want to see in One Piece stories brilliantly. It may be following Luffy's cannon journey for islands visited, but there are some massive deviations because of the crazy, quirky, and fun Cross & Soundbite duo. Chopper becoming a mad scientist a la Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde? Hell yes! Nine Minutes is also really good but hasn't been updated in ages.
RWBY- I still haven't watched all of it (am halfway through season 2) and I really should, but these stories tend to be quite good. Too many fem-slash pairings for my liking though (but with only one real male option- Jaune- it is completely understandable).
Others: One of the best stories I have ever read, other than everything Gabriel Blessing has written (I hope he starts writing again, it has been 3 years), is Embers,