Author has written 5 stories for Inuyasha.
There has been quite a few people recently who have been putting me on their watch list, or favorite authors. Don't get me wrong, I really do appreciate this, but I have to say that I do not write fanfics anymore, nor do I have an interest in Inuyasha. I wrote these fics when I was in my last years of middle school (14-15, guys). I'm now older and hold writing to a much higher standard.
My story, "The Lottery" was inspired and largely based off of a short story by the same title. Most people have read it by high school. I cannot for the life of me remember the name of the author, but it was an amazing read and I suggest you look into it if you liked my version.
"I'm Always Rich With You" was my first try at writing anything. It turned out to be 29 notebook pages long, and I was very proud of it at the time. Looking back at it now, it's incredibly childish and not at all based off of reality, but... I still get a small sense of pride when I remember writing this.
"A Mother for Rin" was left very ambiguously because I was starting to read more complex books. When you leave information up to the reader, it can bring a whole new level of connection to the reader and the characters. This story will not be continued, even though I am fully aware of how well the end is set up for something more.
"Traveling Soldier" once upon a time, was turned into an optional 2-shot. The second ending was over-done and dry, as well as ruined what was an acceptable ending.
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