Author has written 6 stories for Zootopia.
I've been told I'm kind of boring in person. I'm far wittier online when I can think about what to write before responding, and if you have a question for me, feel free to ask in a comment or a PM. It might take me a bit, but I'll always answer a question. However, the answer may only be to say that I won't answer it; as a rule I will neither confirm nor deny any theories about an ongoing story, but I'll certainly respond to any feedback you have around that theory. For completed stories, anything is fair game.
The cover art for my stories was provided by my roommate, the wonderful SR, with the exception of "The Unlikely Heir," which features cover art by the fabulous yelnatsdraws. My icon is also a cut down version of the full cover art from that story.
As far as my interests go, I'm a huge fan of mysteries and science fiction, but my tastes are pretty broad. I'm a devoted fan of escape rooms and I love puzzles for that moment of insight when you realize a solution. The Zero Escape and Dangan Ronpa series hold a special place in my heart, and Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors is my absolute favorite video game. As you might guess from my story A Study in Gold, I'm a big Sherlock Holmes fan, particularly of the original works, but I've enjoyed just about every adaptation that I've seen or experienced, from the BBC series with Benedict Cumberbatch to the Robert Downey Junior movie series to the video game series published by Frogwares. There's just something about seeing so many different takes on the a character that I find fascinating.
I'm relatively new to writing fanfiction and I'm trying to take it as a learning experience; I'd love to be a published author and this is me trying to put in the work necessary to develop the skill necessary for that. I appreciate any and all feedback, positive or negative, and I'm always open to advice.
If you'd like to reference or have a cameo appearance from characters I created in one of your stories, all I ask is that you give me credit in the notes for your story.