Author has written 12 stories for Escaflowne, Rurouni Kenshin, and Inuyasha.
Shocked? I really should have saved this for April Fool's day or something, but I figured I had better do it while I'm actually logged in! That doesn't happen often, but I've been doing some reading and reviewing lately and the guilt finally got the better of me.
Currently I am five classes away (after this particularly crazy semester ends...I am counting down the days!) from having my Bachelors degree! So excited! Unless I go out and get a second job or finally decide to go after my Masters, I will have a lot of time on my hands and probably won't know what to do with myself. Maybe at that point I'll be able to pick up writing again, if not before. I have been thinking more about it lately because I never intended to abandon any of my writing. It just sort of happened and time got away from me before I realized it. I guess that is what happens when you work full time and take classes. I don't regret it, though. I think pushing myself so much has taught me discipline that I may never have obtained by doing things the easy way. I feel like I have learned a lot from my experience.
Ah, well...I say that, and then I think of the fifteen page paper I have to write before the end of the semester. Bleh...
Info about me:
Location: The great state of Florida
Random fact: While I am a hopeless Inuyasha/Kagome fan, my favorite character to write is actually Miroku.
Current series I am enjoying: My Little Monster, Skip Beat, Fairy Tale, and...finally gave in and started watching Naruto. -_-;;
Okay, so she didn't really name it that, I just figured it would be a good identifier for what scene of chapter 29 (Big Trouble Comes in Small Packages) this picture is about! The way she drew Rin is SO cute!
One Step Forward, Two Steps Back (Updated 11/17/2012)
It has been so long since I've worked on this that I will have to reread the story (and will probably cry over the quality of writing! And the aimlessness of the story) and perhaps rework it a bit before I can continue and at least wrap it up properly.
The Definition of Normal (Updated 11/17/2012)
Same goes for this story, though I don't think I'll have trouble with the quality as much. When I wrote this story I had much better direction and planning so I'll just need to becoming inspired enough and find the time to continue. I really do love this story so hopefully I can do that soon! I make no promises, though...learned my lesson.
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