Real Name: Dana
Favorite Movie: Phantom of the Opera
Favorite Video Game: Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Favorite Book: "Phantom" by Susan Kay
Favorite Anime Shows: Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, One Piece, Fullmetal Alchemist, Rurouni Kenshin, Inuyasha, Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto, Bleach, Fushigi-Yugi, Fruits Basket, DN Angel, Tokyo Mew-Mew, Princess Tutu, and Death Note.
Hobbies: collecting manga, Colorguard, reading, writing fan fictions, riding horses, playing the piano, singing, and playing video games, acting, role playing
Yeah, uh...that's all the basic stuff that I can think of right now, though I probably forgot something. (another hobbie: forgetting things). Hehehe. Anyways, I hope you guys like my stories. I can't guarantee that I'll finish them (though one or two of them are close to completion). I'll do my best, though.
I specialize in fight scenes, usually. My biggest fan fic pet peeve is when the main characters or whatever don't get injured at all in a fic. Some people like to portray them as being invincible, and that just isn't rght. They're only human (in most cases), and they CAN get hurt. I like to emphasize the fact that they aren't invincible and can be injured (some more than others).
I usually don't write the romance stuff, though I like to occationally do something in a fic that could be considered a bit romantic. I've really never tried to do a full out romance fic, but I'm sure I'll do one some day just to try it out. I'll have to think about it.
Some of my fan fictions are based off of dreams that I've had in the past. One example of this is "Threat in Alminea", so if you want to know what my brain comes up with while I'm asleep, read the first chapter of that and you'll know. And likely be disturbed.
I just rambled for a bit, there. Hehehe. Anyways, now that I've almost scared you off, I recommend that you read a bit (or all that I've done thus far) of a few of my fics. None of them are finished, but if you want to get a taste of my former style of writing, they're good for that. It's been a while since I've posted anything new here, and I think my writing style has changed during that time.
Oh. I highly encourage you to read "Erik in Hyrule." Lame title, I know. I suck at titles. The story is really really long, but I've only posted the first little (and I mean little) bit of it. I've actually written about thirty pages worth of that story, but only the first bit is here. If you read it and review, then I'll put up the next chapter. It's a good story (in my opinion), and it's a shame that practically no one has read it. So please read it and review.
That's all that I've got to say for now (finally. hehehe). Enjoy!!