Author has written 6 stories for Naruto, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Samurai Warriors.
Because I mostly work on one story at a time, I'll leave up updates for what's relevant. BUT
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I'm really busy trying to get the hell out of college. It's taking too long and I'm burnt out and sick and tired of pushing myself to get rewarded with anxiety attacks and depression. However, I have gotten something good out of the mess, and it'll all be alright in the end. Somehow the unnamed universal force that drives existence (i.e.--God for non-deists) saw to that--I found love. Honestly. The kind us fanfic nerds write about. I f'ing found it. Well, it found me, actually--but the point is I hope to spend my sleepless nights during the week doing something much more productive than writing lesson plans or resting. Oh yes. I think it's time to finish that monster I started almost three years ago that no one has even seen. I think I'm going to wait and re-read Wuthering Heights before I do anything drastic--and plan the awesome debut. And think of a name for the damn thing. The whole mess started from a filler episode of Rurouni Kenshin.
Well, I don't know where the hell this new one is going, but I halfway want to stick her with Gaara down the road--just because that's cracky. It's hard to write this one, no joke, since I shot myself in the foot with the whole name thing.
Wow, it's been a while... I've started picking at that Keiko/ Kurama story, but I want to really wait to dive into anything. This summer is coming up, and it's looking bleak and miserable. Therefore--perfect weather for fanfiction.
Absorbed in this or that fic at the moment, sadly more interested in an original story I've started up last summer and a Kurama/ Keiko pairing that's like forty pages in already. I refuse to post it until it's absolutely perfect, and I finish the other ones I'm suppose to... Dun worry, I have no life outside class and the practice room, so I'm back into my head again. In the meantime, I really suggest you take a peek at this, if you're a Tenten fan...
Dirty Old Men, by Crimson Siyrean
Or this if you're a Gaara/ Sakura kinda person...
Nightmares Past, by randomsomeone
I was never much of an Itachi/Sakura fan--until I came across this. Still working on that breaking out of writer's hell stage.
Focusing on revising some old stuff, shocked at the terrible, terrible, godawful things I actually put out with some sort of connection with myself. And what a twisted mind I had, at sixteen. My sensibilities are quite shocked, so I think I'm... drastically changing the plot of Don't Touch me--without destroying the dark nature of it, of course. Meanwhile, another great fic, if you're a Sakura/Kakashi fan--
A Lesson in Chemistry
Well... I have... severe writers block. I'm trying very hard to break free. MEANWHILE, read these! (particularly if you're in a dark mood.)
Within the Cross--Yu-Gi-Oh; Anzu/Bakura
The Window--Naruto; (an older)Sakura/Kakashi
Reading a Hiei/Botan--actually inspired me to try and CG a picture--since I have major writer's block. When that happens, all you can do is become an avid reader, so I am. :) Don't worry, I'll get hit by something sooner or later.
Botan n' Hiei, inspired by My Downfall by LucretiaDecoy...
About the Author
I'm twenty two and ready to get the hell out of college already. Sheesh.
I drink Dr. Pepper and love herbal tea.
College has single-handily torn my convictions apart and reshaped my soul. For the better, I hope.
I play the cello.
Noien and Gilgamesh are wonderful and under sung. Go to google and look up animecrazy.net and watch them. Watch NANA while you're at it. Kare Kano as well. Kemono no souja Erin (Beast Player Erin on crunchyroll) is awesome, though almost every episode made me cry somehow. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see some friggin' Erin/ Ial action.
I love hawks.
Yu Yu Hakusho is my all-time favorite next to Kaliedo Star, Gundam Wing, and whatever anime I may be watching at the time. I'm also a fan of Coffee Prince.
I've got a sick tendency to want to experiment with literature, namely what's already been established and taking it someplace it hasn't been before.