Author has written 10 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Anime X-overs, James Bond, and Batman.
I'm your average fangirl; I'm just in denial.
April 2015: After a series of events that have left me feeling alienated and disillusioned with fandom as a whole, I have decided not to publicly share any future fanworks, including the conclusion to Not the Doctor. I do not intend to punish or disrespect any of my readers, and I ask only for your patience and compassion. You are welcome to contact me through private messaging if you wish to discuss any of my work one-on-one.
April 2013: Whoa. After a hiatus of something like five years... I'm back. I have marked as "Discontinued" the old stories I don't plan to complete; I thought about taking them down, but I decided to leave them in case any readers are attached to them, even in their incomplete form. I have the same username pretty much everywhere on the internets, so if you find my work posted in other places, check the handle to see if it's actually moi. (And if you see my work posted without my name attached, please let me know.)
I try to be good about replying to people's reviews, but it's been several months since I've gone through my fanfiction e-mails and I really can't tell who I've replied to and who I haven't. At this point I'm not going to try to figure it out - so if I haven't replied to you, I'm very sorry, and please don't take it personally. I do read and appreciate every review and message I receive.
My current fic-writing obsession is Skyfall.
Note on "Molotov Cocktail": In case it isn't clear from my author's notes, "Molotov Cocktail" is largely inspired by Pachelbel's "Sleep Walker." Both stories involve the idea of Malik coming to live in Ryou's apartment, and they end up as a couple in both stories; however, the focus of the two stories is different in that "Sleep Walker" is Bakura-centric and "Molotov Cocktail" centers on their romantic/sexual relationship. Many, many, many thanks go out to Pachelbel, for being so kind and for offering words of advice in a long, detailed review. Please check out "Sleep Walker" if you enjoyed "Molotov Cocktail," or if you like slightly dark Bakura/Malik.