Author has written 47 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Fullmetal Alchemist, Shaman King, Boondocks, Inuyasha, Chronicles of Narnia, Haruhi Suzumiya series, Tangled, and Frozen.
I am a legal forever child making makeshift sails to leave port and dock at Neverland, but I often find myself on the coast of Hades.
Dear UotC Reader,
Indentured has been refrigerated. I am in the process of retooling it.
My Archive of Our Own username is also Otherwise_Uncolonized. Beware of the smut.
As a pseudo-writer for a reader, I think I make a better one nightstand than a serious girlfriend. Just in case you would be so kind as to get into a relationship with me:
(3) My life path number is 11.
(4) I have Borderline Personality Disorder markers.
(5) My writing has become quite "struggly," so I lose confidence and motivation when I do not receive feedback for the botched ficlets that I plate. This results in tossing said ficlets down the garbage disposal because I assume no one is snacking on them.
(6) I'm a perfectionist with a neurotic personality, so I edit a lot.
(7) Oftentimes, I make up plots "as I go along" due to writing whatever comes to mind.
(10) Every time I'm on the precipice of a nervous breakdown in real life, I feel an uncontrollable need to revise or rewrite an old story.
(11) I rarely write canon portrayals of official characters, but I always try to make them recognizable in one shape or another.
(12) My head is scary; a reviewer told me so.
(13) I am no bibliophile, so I'm not really much of a reader (and my grammar is limited). I'm a hardcore movie person. I actually think this is apparent, because I shamelessly focus on imagery in the same way that a cameraman would use an actor's body language to translate a scene.
(14) I currently donate gifts to a rare crossover species just because its conurbation is underfed by the governors of the RotBTD kingdom. It bears the esteemed moniker of "Eugelsa." The OT3 named Elugunzel (Elsa x Eugene x Rapunzel) has also become a fun commonwealth where identity crises, introjection, polyamory, homoflexibility, pansexuality, demiromance, limerence, unhealthy relationships, and traditional love triangles can be ferried to the chaste public.
*―I want to add that the arcs of Eugene Fitzherbert and Queen Elsa perfectly articulate my own identity crisis, which is encompassed by the static born from negative freedom (escapism) vs. positive freedom (being one's true self), so I write about this mirror lovingly. That, and Zachary and Idina have a titanic amount of chemistry together, if you've ever had the pleasure of hearing them. Now we have two ex-outlaws who have not only returned to their sentient selves and society, but to the business of ballrooms and image control as prince and queen; what a tumultuous transition. Why shouldn't they have a chat?
(15) I neither ship nor write about crack pairings because of some delusion that they do, will, or should have any legitimacy in their canon franchises. I'll also never understand why some people cavil about crossover ships, or why many feel like they're betraying their loyalty to the canon by accepting them. Fanon ships will never happen. They are merely fanon experiments, y'all.
Don't get me started on the fact that I find it troubling if you loudly take issue with seeing certain canon characters apart. They should be seen as vessels with their own ipseity. If a relationship determines your tolerance to see them in another setting, then their blacksmith has failed at shaping their ipseity. Exploring how characters would act and interact in different climates with other stimulants can be as fascinating as watching alternative endings of one movie. This is not only because new layers unfold each time, which is something we can all relate to, having never been boxed into one relationship ourselves (mostly), but because the canon. hasn't. died.
―("Where Are Your Stories?!")
At the moment, I am brooming my account. I once had over 50 fics, but most have been iced. Many of the discontinued fics on my profile were lost when my old MAC kicked the bucket. Pretty traumatizing. The after effects have taken the form of my accursed person losing the red thread in whatever I write now. The Eugelsa and Elugunzel novellas in particular were just responses to my writer's block for The Quivering Pens before the big crash.
By that, I mean that each and every one was just a mirror of the scattered ideas that were supposed to be penned for TQP. I thought it would keep my interest in the fic alive. It didn't. TQP was also meant to be the only fic I wrote with the Tangled/Frozen crossover, so now you know why there are so many byproducts. It's how I mourn.