Author has written 5 stories for Avatar, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
I'm twenty-six. I enjoy proper grammar and stories about awesome women, chromatic characters, saving the world, and falling in love. I'm very liberal, and very invested in social justice, though I am still taking baby steps myself in that department. I review sort of rarely for two main reasons: a) I am a failboat, and b) I have some personal issues (mostly anxiety) that make it difficult for me. I am trying to remember to fave things more often to make up for it, but it's a work in progress.
2015-1-19: Listen to the Earth is now complete! \o/ Enjoy. :D
Current fic in progress:
None at the moment! Taking a breather after completing the posting of Listen to the Earth; I'll try to remember to update here when I start something new ...
Imagine the Ocean Art:
Chapter 3: Suki training in the morning
Chapter 5: Tashi
Chapter 6: Yin
Chapter 9: June
Chapter 11: Yue
Current complete fic:
Big Darn Heroes
A sci-fi AU of A:tLA: Katara pilots the Appa, a ship Aang once crash-landed on the lunar colony where she and Sokka once lived. Everything goes well, until the Appa takes on passengers - a young woman with pure white hair, a very pleasant old man, and his nephew. Not a crossover with Firefly, but of similar tone.
Imagine the Ocean - Book One
An AU of the first season of A:tLA, written with Katara as the Avatar. (If Aang's absence bothers you tremendously, please try to read at least all of The Southern Air Temple chapter before you make up your mind!)
Listen to the Earth - Book Two
Sequel to Imagine the Ocean. A continuation of the Avatar!Katara AU, carried through the second season; background Sokka/Suki becomes more obvious.
An exploration of A:TLA's dead and absent mothers. This is kind of a weird one - each chapter is a different mom, and therefore sort of a fic unto itself.
The Spiral of Lives
A rewrite of the 2009 Avatar movie without the avatars; Jake was hired by SecOps and injured on Pandora instead of brought in to use his brother's avatar. Written as a gift in response to a prompt, for Yuletide 2010.