I loved the main site‘s layout so much, I reused it for the main hub of my Web shrines subdirectory, with a pink gradient aptly named Love Kiss (from this gradient website) instead of the blue gradient. I hope to continue to update/upgrade my fan domain like this!
My contact form on this blog had been sending me spam lately and I found that odd. Turns out I had forgotten to add spam protection to it! That is now fixed. Yay 🙂
New layout for my main Nyx Zone website. I love gradients and I love blue. That’s it that’s the reason.
I had two days off in a row this week (Christmas and Boxing Day) and I somehow managed to write an entire fic for my friend Ally, edit it, and post it. I thought my previous fic would be the only one of 2019 but I guess the muse finds a way sometimes!
Pokémon Sword and Shield, Piers/Raihan, rated E(xplicit).Continue reading “I Accidentally a Second Fic for 2019???”
My job spent writing makes writing fic less than easy, but this is one of those that would not let me go until it was written, and I’m happy it did not.
Persona Q2, Ren Amamiya/Ryuji Sakamoto and later Ren Amamiya/Ryuji Sakamoto/Yusuke Kitagawa, rated E(xplicit).Continue reading “First Fanfiction of 2019, Now Live!”
I changed web hosts and the transfer of my WP blog didn’t go smoothly.
I seem to have acquired a schoolgirl crush on Taro “Megakin” Fuse from Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2 (the mobile game), oops. So of course I had to write some smut for him. And with him being a
YouTuber MegaTuber, and being friends with a dude (Jeng Yun “Kangaroo Boxer” Tsai) who always wants to take his clothes off, it kinda wrote itself.
TL;DR I’m on hiatus for a bit.
I promised myself when I made this blog that I would not let real life negativity invade it, because this is a fandom blog and not a whining blog.
Therefore, I won’t go into details. Just know that I am moving to a much better place in January, where I hope I will regain the drive and most importantly the time for fannish creation and projects.
I hope to see you all soon.
I am not old enough to have seen the era of fandom through zines and mailing lists, but reading this has made me nostalgic for the days of small and terrible fansites on Geocities, the era where I first got my taste of fandom and then never ever looked back. Not to say there weren’t weird crazy people back then, but they were easier to avoid. I can say without a doubt that if I had not found fandom I would not be here today, and I will always be grateful to have discovered that hey, online there are people who write made-up stories, just like me!