Author has written 32 stories for Naruto, Sorceror Stabber Orphen, Wallflower, Avatar: Last Airbender, Bleach, Ghost Hunt, Tsubasa Chronicle, O-Parts Hunter, Prince of Tennis, Stargate: SG-1, and Stargate: Atlantis.
Pairings... Well, I don't know, really. Anything that is either reasonable or entertaining, I guess. I approve of basically everthing, 'cept rape and pedophilia. Besides my OTPs for each fandom, I like some cracky ones. I think it's fun to see if you can make a romance with two characters who've never spoken. As long as it doesn't include my OTPs, I'll read pretty much anything.
Other hobbies include: Mythology, Steampunk, the paranormal, fortune-telling, antiquing, plants, chess
Blood type: B
Sign: Aquarius, Moon in Aries (so I'm crazy AND stubborn)
Favorite Colors: Green, Orange, Yellow, Brown, Turquoise
Oh yeah, and about my favorites? Some are there because, while the story may be trite, the style is enjoyable. Others are just funny. I pick my favorites for random reasons, sometimes...But really, most are hysterically funny or absolutely sweet. I lean more towards the funny; crack rocks.
Important notice: For my favorite Naruto and Gundam Wing stories, go to my C2 named Funfun! (Yes, I kind of suck at names.) My favorites list is REALLY LONG, if you haven't noticed, and I figured that splitting those fandoms off would decrease my numbers by...A LOT. It does NOT mean that I like those stories any less, only that I feel like I have more room this way. I might eventually add some other fandoms over there, if I decide my favorites list is getting too long again.
"Wild nights are my glory." L'Engle, A WRINKLE IN TIME (book)
"Waiting is wasting, for people like me."--Akeboshi, WIND (song)
River: They weren't cows inside. They were waiting to be, but they forgot. Now they see the sky and they remember what they are.
To see with eyes unclouded by hate.--Ashitaka, Princess Mononoke
Gaav pushed his well-worn bowling bag to Valgaav. “Go on. Open it up.”
“Your super Demon-Dragon-King power ball to combat the bad lanes! Thanks, Dad!” With his customary perfect form, Valgaav threw the ball of his dreams for a roaring, and highly gratifying, strike.--Graveyard Shift, a fic by Kaeru Shisho
Then who is our… father?” Dib asked. He was a little afraid of the answer.
“Random men I met at a gay bar. Have you never wondered why you two don’t look alike?”
“Not really the conclusion I got to, Dad,” Gaz said.--The Zim and Dib Romance, Spklyr