Author has written 40 stories for Ranma, X-Men: Evolution, Teen Titans, Teen Titans, Justice League, Danny Phantom, Heroes, and Supernatural.
NOTE on Anonymous Reviews: Some people have been going around reviewing anonymously as me. I'm okay with that; after all, it's the sincerest form of flattery. But don't come complaining to me about what they said. I WILL NEVER REVIEW ANONYMOUSLY. EVER. The only time I have ever done it is when an author has asked me to do so, and even then I'll leave my email address. I'm not a coward and I'm not going to hide behind an anonymous review. If you get one that you don't like, don't yell at me about it. It's possible that you deserved it. Should it bother you that much, just delete it and forget it ever existed.
This has not been updated in forever. I took the rant down because it's old, but for the record: I got a 5 on my AP English exam, so my point is proven.
I'm doing the new beta reading thing, so feel free to contact me if you want any help. I don't care if I've flamed you before, like you, don't like you, whatever. I'll beta for anyone because everyone needs help, no matter how great their writing is.
I'm just a teenager in the lovely warmth of South Florida. I used to write mostly for anime, but now I really like superhero cartoons. I've done Danny Phantom and Teen Titans before, but I prefer writing for Justice League (Unlimited), and X-men: Evolution. Occasionally I'll write for the comic counterparts of any of those series, but I prefer to write about the cartoons because there's not as much backstory to deal with.
For Justice League I LOVE Batman and Wonder Woman. I think they're awesome together. I also love the Flash, though he really doesn't show up in my writing, because I'm not funny and he is. I also love any of the Bat-clan (with the very large exception of Barbara Gordon, who I openly despise) and the Wonder Girls. I think Dick Grayson (Nightwing/Robin I) and Donna Troy (Troia/Wonder Girl I) belong together, so you'll probably see that mentioned in any of my BMWW fics. My BMWW stuff is basically a whole bunch of unconnected romantic oneshots, unless otherwise indicated.
X-men: Evolution was my first portal into the world of comics and I still love it. I'm a huge fan of Jean/Scott. I hate Emma, not only because of her ruining the Summers marriage, but because she has a weird fetish with kidnapping my favorite character, Kitty "Shadowcat" Pryde. I love Kitty/Lance and Kitty/Bobby as a guilty pleasure. I really like Rachel Summers too, and I've brought her to the Evo-Universe in my fic "In the Heat." The X-men family is the only Marvel comics I read, aside from Runaways, some Spider-man (particularly Ultimate, since Kitty is there), and the occasional Universe-wide crossover like House of M and Civil War.
I like Teen Titans, but prefer the comics over the show. The comics have better characters and they have the correct original Titans. If I write anymore Teen Titans, it'll probably be based on the original five in the comic world, or maybe something with Superboy/Wonder Girl pre-Crisis. Oh, yeah, I'm more or less pissed at the Crisis because they're screwing with all my favorite characters. But since The Powers That Be are putting Wolfman on the Nightwing series and he's been an advocate of Dick/Donna for quite some time, I may just have to forgive them.
I also occasionally read Danny Phantom (for Sam/Danny), Beetlejuice (love BJ/Lydia), Pirates of the Caribbean (Will/Elizabeth only), and Harry Potter (generally of the Lily/James or Ron/Hermione persuasion).
I beta-read for quite a few people. If you'd like me to do so for you, just let me know.
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General Information About My Writing and Fanfiction
--Most of my stuff will revolve around the dialogue the characters speak. I'm not so good at description, and I just prefer to write dialogue anyway.
--I'll never flame anyone for a pairing or just send them just a bunch of curse words. I feel that is simply bringing me down to whatever level a flame-worthy writer is on and that's not where I want to be. If I find a story is just too stupid or too OOC for me to stand, I'll try to write some constructive, albeit harsh, criticism outlining my concerns and some ways to improve.
--I try to review all stories with concise feedback, pointing out what I liked or didn't like and trying to be as encouraging as possible. It's not often very long, but I try to get in at least one solid (mostly of the time two) paragraphs. I would like to ask the same of my reviewers, but I don't like to waste my time.
--I get more ideas that I honestly know what to do with. There are so many things swimming in my head that it's hard to focus on one sometimes. I blame my muse, who is a sadist.
--My updates can sometimes be few and far between, but I promise that I'll return with something good.
--All of my chapters are of decent length. When I feel I've stepped up another level of writing, I up my chapter minimum by 500 words. My current minimum is 3000, but lately things seem to be reaching closer to 4000 words. This does not always apply to one-shots or challenges, but I do my best.
--More often than not, my work is editted. I have three loyal editors who are generally around and I know I make mistakes. It annoys me when people don't take the time, as there are plenty of people out there offering to be a beta reader.
--Apparently, I'm the Dick/Roy/Donna dialogue queen and the romance bard. But I am not a name genie or a cockney faerie.
I updated In the Heat and put up my first Green Arrow/Black Canary oneshot.
Updates: (Underlined and italicized items are recently updated)