Author has written 26 stories for Naruto, Harry Potter, D.Gray-Man, Bleach, Yu-Gi-Oh, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, Eyeshield 21, Hellsing, and Twilight.
I write fanfiction to practice my writing. I mostly write genderswitch fiction, though I do enjoy writing crossovers and/or history fics. Fandoms I follow are Naruto, HP, Bleach, FMA, D. Grayman, Final Fantasy VII, Death Note, Transformers and occasionally Final Fantasy VIII, Resident Evil, Hellsing and Kingdom Hearts.
Fandoms I have written for are Naruto, HP, Bleach, FMA, D. Grayman, FFVII, and Hellsing.
I'm not too picky about pairings (yaoi, yuri, het- it's all the same) unless they're ones that I have seen a million times, and as such are impossible to do originally.
Three Facts The Yaoi Fans Don't Mention:
1) If my GS is actually slash, then your mpreg is actually het.
2) If it's a girl with a dick, it's still a girl.
3) If you're imprinting your personality and hormones on the boy, it's not a boy anymore.
Fandom Essays: (These are particularly helpful for writing)
- This is an essay about romance/friendship in fanfiction, and the (mis)sexualizing of many deep friendships in fandom. Something to think about.
Fanart Pics (by me):
Fanart (by others):
11/13/08: Eeee! I got fanart! Yay! (Though it took me a while to find it, since ff.net ate half of the link in the comment... -sigh-) It's a pic for The Lies We Tell Ourselves and can be found here:
by "Hurricane Bomb" (ElliEspada)
2/16/2011- NOTE TO MY READERS: For those of you who have been readers of mine for some time will have noticed a marked decline in writing by me in the past couple of years. There is a reason for this, and I will now- as briefly as possible, for it is a long story- tell you why. It began in 2008, when my computer crashed, and in order to get it back to working order I had to reset it back to factory settings. What this means for all of you is that, because of this, I lost all of my files including all of my stories (including a chapter of Excuses). On top of that, I was in the middle of my second half of 4 years of college, and the workload was increasing, which had the unfortunate side effect of giving me a bad case of writer's block on my old stories. With no files and no real urge to write, I decided to buy an external hard drive to backup my files on in case the crash happened again (as I knew it was bound to, the thing was a dinosaur by that point...) and move on. In the intervening time, I, of course, acquired new interests like KHR and ES21, which have spurred me to write a little. When my computer finally crashed again early last year, I made the decision to buy a new one and intended to use the backup files to replicate all my files on to my new computer. Only, imagine my disgruntlement when I discovered that not only the program which backed up my files was not compatible with my new OS, but it was no longer being continued as a program- which meant, the program that was supposed to unpack all of my backed up files would not work for me. So, I have had no other choice but go through nearly 1500 folders (FOLDERS, not files) one by one, and unpack the files therein. On top of THAT, (yes, it gets worse) apparently, the program would go through and, if the files were too large, break them apart into pieces- pieces that I then had to rename, piece by piece, so that a program could recognize them as parts of the same file and put them back together to make the file usable again. And I'm still not done.
There is one upside to this story: the program that backed up my files was able to find the files that I 'lost' in the first crash and back those up as well. So, I was very much surprised when finding those.
So, for those of you who asked, yes, I am still planning on updating most of my stories; especially now that I'm done with school. I have every intention, at least, of finishing Excuses and I have TONS more ideas in mind.
Thank you for your patience.
3/17/2011: I feel the irony of this message far better than you realize, especially since it's been but month since my last, hopeful, message, but last night my brand new computer (only a year old!) had the indecency to die. Not crash, as I had hoped, but completely and utterly kick the bucket as the mother board is completely fried. I am looking for a replacement and am hopeful that the backup files I had on my external hard drive will be able to restore all of my files. I am rather upset by this development, but, what the hell, shit happens.
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