Author has written 15 stories for Harry Potter, Beyblade, Hikaru no Go, Saiyuki, and Bleach.
Winterwoelfin is German meaning 'female winterwolf'.
I come from a background of reading lots and lots of fantasy and playing fantasy RPG (Das Schwarze Auge - but I guess i's only German) hence the name. Fayalargo was the name of one of my RPG Characters, but I kept it for myself, greedy bitch that I am. :)
My nationality: Austria (meaning German is my mother tongue - who would have guessed, reading the stuff above -_-; )
I read fantasy actually only in real books, here on ff.net I keep to the anime/manga section (which is sometimes fantasy too... I know...).
Generally, I like manga better than anime, although anime has some merits. In the end, I was, am, and probably will ever be a person of the written word. Occassionally I do some writing myself, when my muse press-gangs me into writing something. Aside from incidential bursts of creativity my muse is as lazy as I am.
I study a scientific subject and am still quite happy with it. Don't laugh.
Another author I worship is Robin Hobb for her Farseer and Tawny Man Trilogies.
I love black humor. I love Viennese humor. I love sarcasm. I love chocolate. I love great stories.
There are lots of anime and manga that I like.
Some of my favourite citations:
"If had had been kept in the dark, I wouldn't have yearned for the sun." Son Goku, Saiyuki
"So much to live for, so much to die for
(from 'Dead Boy's Poem', by Nightwish)
Comments on stories (There were more comments once, but I didn't like them anymore, so I deleted them.)
Openings;Hikaru no Go scene-ficlet. I really love both Hikaru and Akira. I wanted to write some love-scene where there are only very light touches, like a tickling on the skin. And I wanted Akira to say. “You’ve had my heart since that day you first set foot in the Go salon… picking me out, claiming me.” because that's how I feel about it and in the frame of a normal story very hard to say. I feel that Akira and Hikaru would have been friends even without Sai.
There Is No End: Just posted the first chapter. It's an epilogue of the Hokuto-Cup, which is maybe a bit strange, starting a story with an epilogue. In my eyes the story didn't really end after... the end. And I wouldn't want to start an own story following up on the events without giving the characters a chance to deal with them.