Author has written 23 stories for Kim Possible, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
In early 2007, I wrote two Avatar the Last Airbender stories with Kataang and Tokka shipping.
Double Date features scenes which could have been deleted from "Tales of Ba Sing Se"
Growing Up Fast is woven around events in "The Crossroads of Destiny."
Events in season 3 of Avatar pretty much invalidated the events in these two stories. The Kataang couple clearly was not this advanced till the end of the show, and Sokka did ship with Suki (though Toph still seems to be hanging tight with both of them, for some reason or other). So if I do ever write any more Avatar stories, they can't be consistent with these two.
So far, all of the stories I’ve written are consistent with each other and with the actual show through the end of Season Three and “So the Drama.” They're not necessarily horribly inconsistent with season 4, if we allow for the possibility that some of the secondary character couplings seen in the party at the end of "Graduation" may not have lasted that long, and Drakken and Shego could have gotten in more legal trouble somehow.
Well, someone asked if I was ever gonna write any more Kim Possible stories. So here you go! Here's "Africa," a brand-new, somewhat lengthy (for me) Kim/Ron story set in the summer vacation after "Graduation." It's really different from anything I've written about Kim and Ron before, but consistent with the existing stories, and with the entire span of the show. It is rated M for Kim and Ron's amorous behavior, but that's only part of the story. Is it the first story of a Cloudmonet Kim Possible "Season Five"? No promises. Will I ever write a "Season Seven"? No promises about that either, though a few pages of rough draft to this effect do exist.
“Season Six,” a series of adventures happening during Kim and Ron's sophomore year of college, which in my chronology would be roughly August 2007 through June 2008. "So the Drama" was first broadcast in April 2005. I'm assuming that's about when it really happened, and counting forward or backward from there. And my Middleton is in Southern California— yes, a case can be made for it being elsewhere, but Bob and Mark have said the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena was the inspiration for the Middleton Space Center, and Middleton has much better weather than any part of Colorado, so that's where I decided to put it!
Kim and Ron have left Middleton to attend Northwest State University, in Springfield, Oregon. (Slight fictional skewing there!) I’m extrapolating Kim’s “humanitarian” saving the world activities, the conservation work, the disaster relief work, into an eventual career as a UN or Red Cross relief worker, and her supervillain fighting work continuing to be free-lance. Accordingly, I’ve made Kim and Ron both social studies majors. Some of Kim’s classes seem to be changing her worldview. Villainy isn’t always as simple a problem as it used to seem.
By this time, Kim and Ron are engaged to be married, which they intend to do on graduating from college. They’re living in a coed dorm called Mathom House, with two old friends from Middleton, Monique and Felix Renton, as their roommates. Felix is now the pilot of Kim’s mission jet.
The stories may be enjoyed individually, but occur in this sequence. The last of this series, "Shego's Baby," is now here with the others. I’ll list the major characters in each one, besides Kim, Ron, and Rufus, whether canon or original.
I have gotten some criticism for inventing Central Asian Jihad, and its members, including Zafir the Scorpion and Ali Abdullah. This doesn't mean any disrespect for any particular religion or ethnic group! I also made up a Venezuelan cocaine lord, Carlos Cardoza, and a Mexican mad scientist, Paolo Gonzales, for the same reason: News stories gave me story ideas to throw at Kim!— Like, how would she handle a problem like that? Could she handle it?
College, Freshman Year.
College, Sophomore Year.
Yori and Hirotaka, a love story in Haibun (Yori, Hirotaka).