Author has written 1 story for Samurai Jack, and My Life as a Teenage Robot.
Hi there, everybody. I'm Kaleiyah-P.
I consider myself a very creative person that dabbles into as many arts as I can, though I'm primarily a writer first.
I write original stories, compose music, sing, try to voice act, draw, and sometimes make little videos or have visions of what I want my characters to do that never really get to fruition (because...they're daydream-like doodles). But my interests don't stop there. Thanks to anime dubbed in English back in the 90s, I gained a profound interest in Japanese culture, anime, manga, and VOCALOID. A lot of style elements form anime probably end up in my stories without me knowing it, but that's okay. More fiction to get interested in, right?
On fanfiction.net, I hope to revisit my childhood and play around with ideas that come into my head. Cartoon Network (two-thirds) and Nickelodeon (one-third) were a large part of my childhood, which is why the first fanfiction I ever decided to post here was "Jack and the Robot Girl", a crossover between Genndy Tartakovsky's brilliant "Samurai Jack" and Rob Renzetti's "My Life as a Teenage Robot". I could also say this about the Artemis Fowl series, but as of yet, I'm not sure if I can write a good fanfiction for this series. Maybe, but not yet.
I hope to practice my writing skills at the same time. In rough drafts, you can be very forgiving of typos and details left out. But on this sight, where everything is uploaded chapter by chapter like volumes in a comic book, you need to have a story planned out or you have to be very, very detailed from the get-go and stick with your story till the very end. And fanfiction in it of itself isn't very forgiving, because it has to be "believable" to the world of the story, and even more so with crossovers, since you're working with two worlds. It forces you to take every word seriously as it builds on the previous words.
And hopefully, these things in combination will produce good habits.