Author has written 4 stories for Eternal Darkness, Harry Potter, D N Angel, and American McGee's Alice.
Hello, random FF.net user. I see you've for some reason stumbled onto my profile. I'd love to tell you that your stay here will be entertaining and full of laughter, but I'd just be talking out of my ass. In any case, this is all you pretty much need to know about me: I'm a first-year university student majoring in mathematics and physics. I used to write often, but lately as I've become busier, my writing has boiled down to stupid updates on whatever site happens to be the most popular this week. I love art, video games, philosophy, psychology, science, and extreme nerdiness, and I do occasionally read every once in a while. That being said, feel free to read any of the drivel that's currently up at the moment, and feel free to throw tomatoes and whatever else kind of fruit you can think of at me if you think I suck, which I would totally understand. In any case, thanks for stopping by, and please pick up a souvenir at the gift shop on your way out.
March 1st, 2009: Okay, I realize that I never update when I say I will and now you people can pretty much distrust everything I say, which is absolutely fair. However, it's been recently brought to my attention that I still have readers, so I'm going to attempt to resurrect my Eternal Darkness fic. Once again, I'll be doing a rewrite instead of directly continuing the story, as the current quality of it shames me. I'm currently working in the first rewrite, so I can't actually guarantee when it's going to come out, but it doesn't really matter anyway, as once again, you can't trust anything I say.
Current FanFiction projects:
Eternal Darkness: Wonderland's Deception: currently undergoing a rewrite
Finished FanFiction projects:
Once More, With Potter: Harry Potter, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Possible FanFiction projects:
(untitled fic): Harry Potter-related. I don't have much worked out for this, as I'm not sure if I'll write this story, but the basic idea is that it'll be the series, as is, but from the perspective of the least-mentioned house in the series: Ravenclaw. This is mainly because I think the entire series is very Gryffindor-biased (for obvious reasons), and I thought it'd be interesting to see a different side of the story.