Poll: What colour eyes do you believe Mio has? Vote Now!
Author has written 12 stories for K-ON!/けいおん！, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.
I realise I didn't add a disclaimer in any of my K-ON! fics. Uh, yes, I don't own it. Simple. Or else Mitsu would be undeniably canon.
[2015.01.18] I was working on an update for Masquerade and then Book 4 of The Legend of Korra started airing. And then the finale happened and I've gone too deep in the Korrasami hole to get out.
I have a tumblr now:
I'll start posting Korrasami fics here ... when they go over 350 words.
Organised works (K-ON only):
A World AKA Ritsu-stops-being-dense
Andante - They practise, they really do. It just isn't enough.
Adagio - Sequel to Andante. Ritsu's quite perceptive when it comes to Mio, but she's still slow sometimes—maybe deliberately.
Arpeggio - Sequel to Adagio. Most of the group are about to enter their last stage of high school, Mio and Ritsu are finally together, and Azusa's going to be the club leader for a year. Oh, and there's music. Of course. (Hiatus)
W World AKA Mio-stops-being-dense
Winter Month - She goes to university and, unlike her classmates, she's not looking for a relationship at the moment. That's what Mio tells herself every day.
Wilful Fortnight - Sequel to Winter Month. Fifty-five days, Mio realises, is a long time.
Will You Come Out Already? - Sequel to Wilful Fortnight. Three years later, Ritsu finally has had enough on how comfortable Mio seems to be in her tight-knit closet.
A capella - Another day in the light music club—without music.
Ad libitum - Five. Mio draws five lines as intricately as possible with the brush. It's been a while since she's done calligraphy, five years in fact, and she's afraid she has lost her touch.
Chances Are - Ritsu watches over eight memories. Mio dismisses them.
Masquerade - Ritsu prefers to show affection through her actions. Mio does too when words often fail her. And they, like any other human, aren't mind readers. (Hiatus)
(Mis)Understanding - Ritsu's seen the comics, read the phone novels. Saying 'no' is a pretty common kink. It seems to make the sex more exciting. And Mio says 'no' when she means 'yes', anyway. …Or maybe not. No, definitely not. And Ritsu realises that a bit too late.
Do you also believe Yui's deliberately an airhead at times?
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