Author has written 2 stories for How to Train Your Dragon, and Attack on Titan/進撃の巨人.
I suppose you are here on my profile to learn more about me. Since you've put in the extra effort, allow me to reward you with some information:
Gender: Look at my name and guess.
Age: Somewhere below 50.
Preferred styles of music: Metal/Rock (Symphonic, Prog, Thrash, Classic), Film Scores, some electronica.
Favorite area of study: History
Hobbies: Writing, reading, video games, nerd stuff.
About my Stories:
"Draco ex Machina" is my first serious work. It is concerned with the arrival of Christianity to Berk and the personal conflicts that arise as a result of this. It is not preachy, it is not condemning, it is merely an exploration of the personal conflicts that arise when such a momentous event occurs. I do hope you enjoy it and share it with friends.
"Over the Hills and Far Away" is my sequel to "Draco ex Machina", it features Hiccup, Astrid, and my OC Luke O'Gara hunting down another Night Fury, but getting caught up in the midst of the First Crusade in the process. It will feature conflicts of dragons, of faith, and of men, and I look forward to completing it. Currently on Hiatus due to lack of interest.
"Home for Snoggletog" is just a cute little oneshot I wrote for Christmas, just a quick little feels trip for you if you're interested.
"To Boldly Flee" is my current work and my personal favorite. It is based on the 'Hiccup runs away' trope but with the twist of Astrid being "accidently" kidnapped in the process. Hiccup, Astrid and Toothless then embark on a journey across Medieval Europe, encountering many an interesting character along the way and learning about life and love...all while darker forces gather on the horizon to threaten all that they had left behind.
"We Few, We Happy Few" is a collection of one-shots set in AOT where I mess around with whatever ideas occur to me. My most current work.