Author has written 11 stories for Trigun.
Interests: stories, I'm obsessed with stories, movies, books, musicals, personal stories, tv shows, I love them all.
I now have a blog! It will have reading and writing related stuff. Check out here--SeptemberCFawkes.com
Hello world! I am currently working on a novel. I still want to write more fanfiction--but . . . not sure when that's going to happen, now that I'm in the writing industry professionally. Feel free to send me a message if you want.
I would deeply appreciate it if you would leave a review when you read my works, even if it's like "That was the worst piece of crap I ever read." I want to hear everyone's opinion. I take anonymous reviews as well.
None of my fanfics contain any swearing or anything related to lemons.
If you haven't noticed, all my stories are Trigun. I like a lot of other shows and anime other than Trigun. It's just not only is Trigun my favorite, but I feel like I know its plot and characters best. I've spent more time writing Trigun fanfiction than any other fanfiction, so I've analyzed the characters more than any other story. The more I analyze the characters, the more I fall in love with them.
Quitting- Cigarette addiction? At least that's what Wolfwood has gotten himself into. Millie, Meryl, and Vash have persuaded the Priest to try to quit his vice, and they've volunteered to help him (one way or another). Although smoking is unhealthy, the quitting process may become just as health hazardous.
The Favor- This is definitely my most popular work on here. Meryl's high school reunion is coming up, and following Wolfwood's advice, she asks Vash to accompany her as her husband, only he has to go under an alias. It's entertaining (so I hear) and "not too fluffly." If you need a good laugh, this is a story you may want to visit.
Trigun: Infinity- 4 years after the anime, a mysterious teenager shows up on Vash's doorsteep and plants have been dying from an unknown illness that involves Wolfwood's past. Once Vash reunites with the insurance girls, they begin to unravel the web of secrets that surround the plants' deaths. But the journey becomes more complicated as the relationships between the outlaw, insurance girls, teenager, and Knives become twisted and conflicted. Meryl is engaged and will be married in a few months. Millie has been seriously ill. The teenager is more important to the puzzle than he first claims. And Knives becomes vital to solving the mystery, only he isn't sure whose side he's on.
I really need to go through and revise some of this story because my writing has improved so much, and looking back on it, it could really use the help. This is my favorite story because I put a lot of my blood, guts, sweat, and tears into it. It seems that everyone who has read it from start to finish has greatly enjoyed it. If you're looking for action, mystery, and a side of romance, you may want to check out this story.
Meeting the Man in Red- These are all oneshots and can be read in any order. Each is written in the point of view of a person who has encountered Vash. If you're having a bad day, take a look at it. People have told me these stories have brightened their day. -Updated when I feel the inspiration or have the leisure time.
Chapter 7: I remember opening my mouth to scream, but it must have caught in my throat because no noise came out. My brother was about to die and all I could do was stand there with my mouth hanging open.
My activity in writing is one that I think won't ever leave me.
C2, for those who are interested or don't know, I did make a C2 called "People Everyday", it contains stories about the everyday lives of the Trigun characters- which isn't very normal. I'm looking for more stories to fit there, so if you know of any that I can take into consideration please contact me.
Then last, but not least, please check out my favorites, some of them are the most beautifully written fanfiction I have read. I think my favorite favorites are "Tears to Cry" by Alaena Night, "Every Morning" by Amanda The Stampede, and "Desert Sings the Blues" by Tekno Danish. "A Day in the Stryfe" by Nightheart is originally written and humorous. All of the others are wonderful too! Please take a look.