Author has written 11 stories for Inuyasha, StarTrek: Other, Hogan's Heroes, and Artemis Fowl.
So, I'm back. It's been awhile, but here I am. Sorry about abandoning previous projects; stuff happened and something had to give... but I'm back anyway.
My two latest projects, and what I have to say about them that's not already in the summaries
MISSING IN ACTION - So I'm learning how to lead small teams of soldiers in my spare time. That does NOT make me an expert on the subject, but it sure seemed like a fun idea to apply it in a fan fiction... Que newb LT jokes in five.
At this stage, I am wondering whether this story was really such a great idea, because I totally see it turning into solid dialogue, only broken by a few seconds of hardcore, near-professional action here and there. I sort of suck with character development... no lie. Maybe I just need to invent a new villain or resurrect the Band of Seven, because that tank guy was Awesome.
The other night, I had a dream I was in the Feudal Era with Inuyasha & co, when my platoon (from real life) showed up in a 2.5-ton woodland-painted truck. It could have been epic... but I had to wake up, and all I remember now is unloading gear from the truck. :(
DUEL TO THE DEATH - Okay, so Inuyasha already has an ending. Well, guess what? I don't read manga; I just watch the show every now and then, and I'm a sucker for the episodes that happen in the modern era. Why? Because I think Inuyasha can kick the world's butt if he really wants to, and besides... he has no Rules of Engagement! What I wouldn't give to have such freedom from political correctness!
The emphasis here is on violence, slap-stick humor, anime-style humiliation and awkwardness... because those moments with the weird eyes, funny wallpaper, and hammer-type revenge make anime worth watching. Oh, and to hell with this "Main character's right to few scratches, no broken bones and periodic 'I'm-an-annoying-little-blankety-blank' moments" business, because I have a bone to pick with certain people.
You wanna read something crazy? There's a research park right up the road from my weekday housing... and it has a big sign that says BWTECS on one of the buildings. I think they stole that from me. What do you think?
Lastly, "BWTECS" stands for "Beyond What The Eye Can See" in my Star Trek/Inuyasha series. It got good reviews, so I might continue it... ish? If I regain interest, since I had a falling-out with Star Trek when they decided to make the "ENTERPRISE" soap opera series. Seriously... WTF happened to Picard and why is JJ Abrams not making a movie with Picard? Has no one learned from "ENTERPRISE" that retro = FAIL?
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