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Author has written 28 stories for Ranma, Sailor Moon, Robotech/Macross, Anime X-overs, Evangelion, Doctor Who, StarTrek: The Original Series, Tenchi Muyo, Misc. Books, Angelic Layer, Oh My Goddess!, Avatar: Last Airbender, Nadesico, Cthulhu Mythos, House, M.D., Chobits, and Negima! Magister Negi Magi/魔法先生ネギま！.
A slightly mad writer with delusions of talent. If it weren't for crossovers, I wouldn't be able to write. :) I was first published at the tender age of twelve, and the early success went straight to my head. Since then, I have written large numbers of incomplete stories, and actually managed to complete a few.
For those who care about my methods and madness: The majority of the incomplete fics on this page are written for amusement value. My outlines are sketchy at best, and updates are done when I feel like writing that series.
Other fics are major projects, and are thoroughly outlined and written under a schedule. There is only ever one such project under way at a time. At the moment, I am starting work on a new such fic, entitled Armoured Cybermech Damocles. (Hey, I like mecha.)
06 April 2012: For those who use it, Ficmake (which can be found on sourceforge) version 0.9.2 is now available. New in this version: EPub support.
20 February 2013: Another update...well, more accurately, a total rewrite of ficmake. Version 1.0.0 is now available on my sourceforge page. New in this version: Now has a graphical user interface. "Profiles" replaces "Page Setup", and can support multiple layouts of one format. Volumes makes sorting documents easier, and building documents - including running make - can now be done from within the program. Global, volume-level and story-level profiles can be created. Integrated editor has been added, though it isn't great. Down side of all of the above? Totally incompatible with previous ficmake versions, and the manual isn't ready yet.
15 May 2013: Ficmake has been updated again, now at version 1.0.2. New in this version: graphical title information, faster builds, and sorting the story list!
11 June 2013: Another update of Ficmake brings it up to version 1.0.4. Aside from some bug fixes, I've added macros in the text editor. If you're a Linux user and fanfic author, you might check it out at ficmake sourceforge net (replace spaces with dots).
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