Author has written 22 stories for Thunderbirds, Forgotten Realms, Harry Potter, Death Note, Naruto, and Doctor Who.
Greetings, readers! I haven't touched fanfiction in quite a while, mostly because I am successfully establishing a writing portfolio in speculative fiction. (SF, fantasy, the like.) When original fiction strikes, I tend to avoid fandom, because the muses fight.
Then I watched Doctor Who. Stories incoming soon. Yer welcome. Hope you all like Christopher Eccleston.
Yours in writing and fandom,
Any and all cover images on my stories, including the Doctor Who ones, are created by the amazing Zaera-D!
You can find her work, including commission details, at. I really encourage you to check out her page as she is fantastic.
Notes about my Death Note stories:
Stories that follow the ANIME Canon:
Legacy - One-shot. A short story meant to add onto the scene at the beginning of Episode 25, when Ryuzaki goes to speak to Watari before, to use a cliche, the poop hits the fan. Atmospheric, mostly character driven. Watari's POV.
Stories that follow Canon and my internally consistent Death Note Fanon:
Addictive Personality - One-shot. A short story exploring Mello's mindset pre-Chapter 58. It also introduces the character Nancy Wallace, and hints at some past friendships.
Something Near the Truth - One-shot. Set Post-Chapter 107, this story explores the dissolution of the SPK, and concludes some loose ends which were left hanging at the end of the series. Features Halle Lidner, Stephen Gevanni, Rester, Near, and a table of alcoholic beverages. (Don't be fooled; it's not OOC.) Suprisingly serious, given how the story began in my mind . . .
Final Justice - One-shot. Set Post-Chapter 107, this story is a follow-up to Something Near the Truth. It tries to give some closure to Nancy Wallace, a character who I used in several fics but was never able to really introduce to people due to the fact that the main story she was in was never finished. This story explores how L's death affected people at The Wammy's House, and how Near might have been able to bring them a little bit of comfort.
Stories that follow Canon but are not considered part of my internally consistent Death Note Fanon (ie: don't expect these pieces to be referenced anywhere else; some details may be consistent with my fanon works, but others will not be):
Tears in Heaven - A one-shot story exploring the post-Chapter 108 life of Nate River. Mostly a mood piece, with a bit of a plot twist thrown in for good measure. Spoilers abound for the entire series.
Running Blind - One-shot. Another mood story involving Near. This one was written before Tears in Heaven, and though they work together, they are not considered completely mutually exclusive. Set post-Chapter 98 and 99, it has serious spoilers for parts of the end of the series.
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