Author has written 6 stories for Ranma, Naruto, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Harry Potter, Gargoyles, X-Men: Evolution, and Slayers.
As I've actually started actively writing once more, I decided to update my profile a little. Unfortuently for all of you, I really don't care enough to make this all pretty or informative or anything along those lines. Deal with it.
Alright, here's contact information for all my adoring fans who want to harass/encourage me in real time.
I'm now involved in MSTs again. Go to my homepage to read them.
The below would be true if not for liking more people's opinions.
Addendum: On 'Anonymous Reviews'. Courtesy of Admiral Tigerclaw
"I will not enable Anonymous Reviewing on my stories. There are several reasons for this."
1 - Kneejerk Reactions. "People often speak before they THINK. This is not exclusive of verbal covnersations. And often a review may be fired off the moment someone hits something that they don't like, or do not understand. A reaction like this could be akin to interrupting someone in the middle of a conversation I want to ensure that before someone opens their mouth, they stop to think about it. And the easiest way to control that is to ensure that if you REALLY want to say something, you better go through at least the process of registering an account."
2 - Inability to Respond. "I can't respond to an anonymous review and explain something, correct a misunderstanding, or thank them for catching something I may have missed. I despise one-side conversations and if I have no way to respond to you, what's the point?"
3 - Some people are just dicks. "There's no way around it. You can't reason with some people. And anonymity makes people abnormally brave. And I'm not going to tolerate that kind of cowardice. If you wish to say something, you should be prepared to stand behind your words as a person. I've been on the internet for ten years and I know how people behave when all their inhibitions are removed. I know young children with better manners than some of the supposed thirty-year-olds I've seen. So I won't deal with the faceless. Grow a spine, or be quiet. You know who you are. Being 'In the Crowd' doesn't make you 'safe.' Actually it tends to attract cluster bombs."