Author has written 4 stories for Fantasy, Romance, Manga, and Essay.
On fanfiction.net I am arandomshipper. If you like my stories here, take a look, it's highly probable those are better. I'm an avid reader. I've been reading 500 page books since I was 7 years old. I read literally everything, but I favor fantasy novels over all else.
If you're visiting my profile because you like one of my stories, and I haven't posted a new chapter on said story in a while, try leaving a review or sending me a PM. That kind of thing can light a fire under me. Or you can just wait, if you're patient enough. I won't abandon a story, I despise it when authors do that.
Here's a progress report on my current ongoing stories.
1. A Big Sister's Prerogative. A story about one of my very favorite characters in all of fiction, Akaza Akane, and her hilarious relationship with her little sister. I have probably just one more chapter in the works for this one, but it's difficult for me to get in the proper mood and mindset to write it.
2. The Hero and the Champ. A Jax/Poppy story. I've got a minimum of 3 more chapters' worth of material for this one. I'm taking my time on it to make sure I can do the characters justice, and to try to add the element of writing that I ironically have the most trouble with: Romance. I'm bad at it. That makes me sad. But I'm trying!
And on FictionPress:
1. Not Another Teen Romance Story. Spoiler alert: it's a teen romance story. I'm prioritizing this one because of the rather massive number of followers it has magically gained. This one should be novel-length by the time I'm done with it, but most of the plot details have yet to be fleshed out past the current chapter. That's what's slowing me down on that one.
2. The Dragon and the Princess. I have no excuse for this one. *hangs head in shame*. This was designed to be the length of a short manga, and all of the details are more or less concrete already. There's no reason for it not to be done. I guess...I really thought it would be more popular than it is. The lack of popularity may be killing my motivation a little.
3. The Essence of Purity. My single most terrible title for a story EVER. I desperately need a new title for that one. I shouldn't have even posted it with only the prologue done and the title so crappy, but I did. Consequently, no one is reading it, so it's the very lowest on my priority list. I'm very proud of the prologue though, and the general plotline, despite how unpopular it is. This one is also intended to be novel-length, but it's on indefinite suspension until I come up with a proper title and/or someone actually starts reading it.
My favorite professional authors are, in no particular order: Orson Scott Card, Robert Jordan, L. E. Modesitt Jr., Gordon R. Dickson, Elizabeth Haydon, Piers Anthony, Patricia Briggs, Terry Goodkind, Terry Pratchett, Terry Brooks, Robert Asprin, R. A. Salvatore, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman (but only together), Frank Peretti and Stephen R. Lawhead. Of course, I have read uncountable other authors whose works I have enjoyed tremendously, but this list is restricted to what I refer to as my "A List" authors, meaning absolutely everything they touch is pure gold. There are probably some others that belong on this list. I'll add more if I think of them.
I'm going to attempt a variety of genres on this site, maybe I'll find one I excel at.