Author has written 56 stories for Fushigi Yuugi, Slayers, Trigun, X/1999, Gundam Wing/AC, Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy VII, Sorcerer Hunters, Escaflowne, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy X, Castlevania, Phantom of the Opera, Fruits Basket, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, Invader Zim, Sin City, Lord of the Rings, Yami no Matsuei, Bleach, Mortal Kombat, and Transformers/Beast Wars.
If you really wanna know about me, click the "homepage" link. You'll be taken to my online journal. Read to your heart's content.
My adult/hentai/lemon fictions are posted in the FictionPress.com. Go there if you want to read more of my stories., , and sections of AdultFanfiction.net, and my original fiction (yes, only one for now) is posted on
Edit 11/09/2011: I now have fifty stories posted to this account. Wow. Not many writers can say they have that many fanfics posted. Yay, me. (In case you're wondering, "Private Party" is my fiftieth story here. Birthday fic for Ikkaku. Hee.)
A note about my X/1999 fanfiction (and, to a lesser extent, my Trigun-X crossovers): You guys might notice that those stories were written a long time ago. Please keep that in mind when reading them. Some people have taken issue with my portrayal of certain characters' religious affiliations in these stories, and have told me in great detail. The thing is, I didn't take as much care then as I do now to make sure my fanfiction is canonically and/or culturally accurate. One of the taglines from the first X tankoubon is "The Christian Era", and there is a plethora of Judeo-Christian symbolism throughout the manga (and anime). Such themes made it into my writings, sometimes where they shouldn't have. I had other, flimsier reasons as well, but you get the idea.
My point is this: I know some aspects of my X fanfiction are inaccurate. I know I made assumptions in certain areas that I should have looked more into before writing about them. I have known these things for quite some time now. I don't need people lecturing me about how wrong I am like I just posted the stories yesterday. I don't appreciate being called "arrogant" (and other such things) for stuff I wrote years ago. Most importantly, I don't need people telling me how wrong I am after they acknowledge that someone else has already told me the exact same thing. In other words, "I know someone else has already told you this, but I'm going to tell you again just for kicks." I appreciate the feedback, but seriously. People accuse me of not thinking things through when they apparently aren't doing any better. It's annoying.
I'm sorry if I'm coming across as a prick, but I don't want to hear anymore about mistakes I made almost a decade ago and have since not only realized on my own, but have been told about by multiple people.
And on a side note, I know I said at the end of one of my stories that I was "a nondenominational Christian," but I'm not. I'm not now and I wasn't then. I can't really remember my reasons for calling myself that at the time, so don't ask. I'm not an atheist, nor am I anti-religion. I'm just not a religious person myself. I follow my own set of beliefs, but those are nobody's business but my own, so I'll stop right here.
Annie-chan, over and out.
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