Author has written 19 stories for Inuyasha, Animorphs, Lord of the Rings, Escaflowne, Naruto, Avatar: Last Airbender, Harry Potter, and Supernatural.
Edit: Just to let everyone know, I have officially come to terms with my 'lurker' status and will now only review when a chapter or story really moves me, or if I see something definite that I can give advice on. I'm really sorry about this, but I hate writing 'Yay, great chapter' over and over again, and I don't have much online time. Usually when I do find time to read I can't marshal my tired thoughts into a coherent review. So, sorry! If I have you on Author Alert, it means that I really enjoy your writing, and I promise I'll try to make sure I review at least every couple of chapters.
About Me: 'I am a voracious reader who has come to the conclusion that, contrary to popular opinion, favorite books can lose their original appeal after the 238th reading. To prevent this from happening (and to stave off insanity due to lack of new books in the local library), I began to peruse through various fiction websites. My account here is basically intended to be a "library" of sorts, helping me keep an eye on the various stories/authors that have interested and/or impressed me.
Favorite Manga: Naruto, Bleach, Tsubasa, Full Metal Alchemist, Hana Kimi
Favorite CG cartoon: Beast Wars, Reboot, Dragon Booster
Favorite Comic Book: Meridian
Favorite Authors: Anne McCaffrey, Jane Yolen, Monica Hughes, J. M. Barrie, Jean C. George, J. R. Tolkien, Jill Barklem, Cicely M. Barker, Margaret Craven, Frances H. Burnett, Homer, Noel Streatfield, Karleen Bradford, Gail C. Levine, Robert A. Heinlein, Arthur C. Clark, Virgil, Marjorie F. Stover, Jim Davis, Sterling North, Patricia C. Wrede, Diane Duane, Charles Dickens, A. A. Milne, Erich. M. Remarque, Kenneth Grahame, Madeleine L'Engle, J. K. Rowling, K. A. Applegate...I read a lot...
Favorite Shakespearean Play: The Tempest
Second Favorite Shakespearean Play: Twelfth Night
Favorite Genre: Fantasy...as if you couldn't already tell...and Science Fiction.
Favorite Writing Style: Free verse poetry. I like prose, too, but it takes too long to write.
All Inuyasha poetry is completed and is unlikely to be changed (bar spelling mistakes) unless otherwise explicitly mentioned within the actual posting. This includes "You Hide Your Face From Me" and "Three Words," despite the fact that those two contain some prose. "Seedling" is intended as a short story and I do not foresee this changing at any time in the near future.
-"The Unavoidable" It is currently on hiatus. Eight chapters along so far, this multi-chapter story is intended to have the look and feel of the original Animorph universe. "Second Star to the Right" is a short story investigating the side effects of morphing technology. "Second Star" recieved so many thought-provoking reviews that I am currently working on a sister story, "Neverland," to accompany it. "Neverland" is intended to be a multi-chapter story that follows a similar format to the Megamorphs.It will be slightly AU and takes place after the Yeerk war, just as the final book of the Animorphs series draws to a close. And finally, "Wrong Side of the Wall" is another investigative short story, this time trying to solve the question of why Tom's Yeerk didn't realized that Jake was an "Andilite Bandit." It follows the series up to the point where the Animorphs are revealed (can't remember which book at the moment) then splits off to form an alternate ending.
-"In a Name" On hiatus, with apologies. Intended to be a very long, very convoluted plot following the futher adventures of Hitomi and Van, this story picks up five years after the series left off, and then jumps another three years into the future. There will be some influence from the movie. And for canon fans, bear with me please...
Lord of the Rings:
-All LOTR poetry is completed and is unlikely to be changed (bar spelling mistakes) unless otherwise explicitly mentioned within the actual posting.
"His Greatest Champion" Completed.
Please take the time to browse through my favorites section and visit some of the story links housed there. The authors range from rank beginners to supreme masters, but all are linked through the ability to create a creative (and usually unique) piece. If you have a story of your own which you would like me to read and review, drop me a line. I'm always on the lookout for more stories!
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