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    Thank you to everyone who has or will take the time to read my stories. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy writing them.

    A special thank you for those who leave feedback on what you thought of my works. The positive ones encourage me, and the negative, provided they are constructive, tell me where I can improve.

    As for me, I'm your average nerd. Enjoy cons, cosplay, comic books, Sci-fi/fantasy books, Table Top RPG's, SCA/Ren Fairs, etc. Major influences on my writing has been authors like Mercedes Lackey, Andre Norton, and Anne McCaffrey.

    I am mostly a boy scout. No drugs, no alcohol, no smoking. I hold doors for ladies, and say my please and thank you's. I consider myself to be a highly moral person. On the other hand I have chosen lifestyles that are decidedly not boy scout material. This includes Polyamory, BDSM, and Paganism. I have also been physically and emotionally abused by my father and emotionally and sexually by my first wife. I suffer from Depressive Bi-Polar disorder and Social Anxiety disorder, and have mostly recovered from PTSD.

    I know that was TMI, but all of them are life experiences I can and will draw from in my writings. These themes deserve to be fairly explored. None of my lifestyle choices will be intended as sales pitches, and all will be shown in a realistic light with all the positives and negatives.

    My stories are cross-posted between Penana and Fanfiction.net. I tend to post here first though and transfer it to the other later.
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SAO: Broken

Continuation of my SAO fanfic: Death Wish.

Asuna was finally free to reunite with her husband, or was she? Kayaba had told her Kirito was waiting for her "among the clouds." Certainly this couldn't be what he meant!

Sugu was a woman in pieces. Two years had passed since her brother's death. Two years of grief and hard-fought healing. All of it shattered in the span of seconds when the people who remained in SAO were finally free, reminding her of all she'd lost. Now she fruitlessly flew in ALO, hoping to find that inner peace she had once again lost.