Author has written 2 stories for Super Robot Monkey Team.
I'm a crack-shipper to the extreme, and rationalizing these ships is usually what I end up doing in my spare time. And I can come up with some decidedly twisted stuff, so as you can imagine things can get very interesting very quickly. I'm also a fantastic fan of shipping mortal enemies with each other, or the closest approximation to that that I can find. It's awful really, I have no self control. Someone save me from this hell.
I've been a villain fangirl all my life, because who needs a moral compass these days, amirite? And they're almost always more fun to write. Also, BONUS, if they're evil then I have an excuse to do terrible, terrible things to them in-story with minimal guilt. If anyone comments on it I can just twirl my hair, look innocent, and say I'm merely but an agent of karma. It's not that I want them to suffer horribly and end up emotionally broken and traumatized, but they did kick all those puppies/burn down those buildings/kill all those folks before, so really when you think about it they deserve it, and how ever else am I going to get them to behave? Right? Right?
I have a co-writer by the name of DarkFlameOfTheMonkey, and we have been working together for quite some time on this baby: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4798763/1/What_Lurks_in_the_Darkness It's a SRMTHFG fanfic, in which Valina is resurrected, killed again, robbed of her powers by her predecessor (who simultaneously attempts to hit on her) and then must set out on an epic quest to retrieve them with her reluctant minion, Mandarin. If you're partial to those two villains, you should like it.
I only have one OC of which to speak (that I use for fanfic purposes, anyway). His name is Grimm, and he stars in the aforementioned collab-fic. He's a fantastically arrogant scumbag, but I love him anyway. He's mentally deranged, the twisted l'il darling.