Author has written 5 stories for Naruto, X-Men: The Movie, and Walking Dead.
Profiles are the hardest things, swear on me mum.
Alright. Female. Multi Fandom.
I do not own any of the fandoms I write for.
Because you people told me I could, I wrote an original story. If web serials are your thing, I have one called After Hero on a site called Alleycatpublications. It's original work, novel style.
Anyway, here I am, you found me. This profile is an exercise in vanity and lazy writing.
If you happen to like any OC's, head-cannons, or whatever, please feel free to work with them as well. The only thing is that if you somehow make money by doing so, give me a cut, because that would be fucking savage. Also, please let me know, b/c I want to read/view/witness.
I have a fanfic tumblr if you want to ask me questions there under Alleycat4eva (The Dead End Road) and an blog under alleycatwrites (Here's to words). If web serials are your thing, I have one called After Hero on a site called Alleycatpublications.
If web serials are your thing, I have one called After Hero on a site called Alleycatpublications. It's original work, novel style.
Of the River and the Sea:
Alright guys. OTRATS was my first fanfic, and looking back on it, I had tons of fun writing. However, I think it needs to end. It's gone on so long, and it really could use some fixing. Like, a lot of the earlier chapters need some help with the plot jumps, and then in the later half I lose the plot every 4 chapters. It's insane. BUT! It is a journey. A long one, and it was a big part of my life, and for a first work, it's not absolutely terrible.
Have you ever stayed up too late and wondered about the nature of the universe and the liminal spaces where reality is stretched too thin? Welp, you might read this. It's more OC than fanfic in the earlier stages, just a warning. Also, every time I write a chapter for this I feel like I'm leaving the mortal plain or really high when in reality I am doing neither.
Fighting Fate and Losing:
I said multi-fandom and what I meant is I have a hoard of Marvel comics and related paraphernalia. This starts out somewhere around the first X-men movies, and will probably diverge into AU/reboot territory in the sense that I'm also taking some of the events of first class/wolverinewhatever/comicverse into account. Arguably what would happen if Victor Creed/Sabertooth never found Birdy (who exists solely within the comics as far as I know) and instead stumbled upon two girls who made him laugh instead of smash things.
Do you like zombie apocalypse fiction? How about gritty survivalism? Realistically unattractive and filthy people? Really sketchy people, dogs turning feral, the all-encompassing vastness of the wilderness, nontraditional uses for everyday objects, and some good old fashion fear? This may be for you.