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My online projects

I am a domain junkie, only financial concerns and also time restrains hold me back from having more at the moment.

Aside from jamballa.de which hosts all my "personal" stuff, I also own these domains:

  • Maratofel.net

    My fanfiction collective.
    The content I put here started out on malevillain.com, my very first domain. It centers around my fanfic ambitions. Mostly it is about the various ideas I have, as I am not good at getting the actual writing done.

  • Tanfana.net

    My fanlisting collective. There you find a list of the fanlistings I own, joined and wish or plan to own somewhere in the future. Apart from the collective the domain hosts most of my fanlistings.

  • American-Gothic.Net

    Requiem - An American Gothic Fansite
    Supposed to be a fansite, but I never got around to add much content. Still, for the moment it hosts my related fanlistings and I will have many more years ahead of me to fill it.

  • lost-shadows.org

    A Lost Boys Fansite
    This will one day hopefully a fansite for the movie "The Lost Boys" that focuses mainly on the vampires. For now it just hosts my Lost Boys related fanlistings.

  • bloody-fangs.org

    A domain for Vampire and Werewolf fans
    Currently hosting a messageboard, my Van Helsing fansite and fanlistings

  • london-below.org

    A Neverwhere fansite
    For fans of Neil Gaimain's wonderful novel and the tv show, it also features the fanlisting for it and for the fanlistings of Croup and Vandemar my favourite characters.

  • criminal-minds.net

    A Criminal Minds Fansite
    another project I have no time for - but it hosts my Criminal Minds fanlistings.

  • forbidden-fruits.org

    Fanfiction featuring Original Characters
    This fanfic archive is supposed to give writers and readers who like original characters a place of refuge.

  • snake-mountain.org

    reserved for later use
    Another project I have no time for ... but one day you might find a roleplay for adults who enjoyed the cartoons as a child.

  • hatelistings.net

    The Hatelistings Network
    In March 2010 I adopted the Hatelistings Network, I am honoured to be able to do this, as I think expressing oneself is important. There is so much crap out there, so much injustice and sometimes it is important to make a statement.


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