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Author has written 29 stories for Naruto, Gravitation, Fruits Basket, Escaflowne, Code Geass, Junjō Romantica, and Inuyasha.
Okay, I'm done putting my writing on the internet. I'm sick and tired of it being stolen. So, as of today, the majority of my poems and short stories will be taken off of my profile and I will be leaving anything I deem appropriate to stay. All of my long-term stories will be left up, of course, since they received such great responses and for wistful purposes on my part.
Collab Account - http://www.fanfiction.net/u/1811932/Hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian
Frequently Asked Questions:
1) Why do you hate Sasuke so much?! You 're almost always making him out to be the bad guy in your ItaSaku stories and you almost as frequently kill him off to boot!
That's a very good question! You see, I'm the type of person who likes love triangles (especially between brothers! *swoon*), but if I make both corners really nice and caring and self-sacrificing, then I'll feel bad when I have the third corner choose, so I make my favorite corner (Itachi) the good guy and my less-liked corner (Sasuke) out to be the bad guy so that I don't end up feeling really bad in the end. And the killing off part is really simple, also. I prefer to keep my stories as realistic as possible, so it's not like I can just have the bad guy see the error of his ways and mend it. No, the bad guy usually stays bad to the very end and where can there be a happy ending if the bad guy's just going to go after the good guys again? And so, I kill Sasuke off! ^^
To tell you the truth, I don't hate Sasuke. I can't say I like him, but it's more that he irritates me, but he's sexy, so I can stand him.
2) You're always claiming to be madly in love with Itachi! So, why are you always taking your most loved character and pairing him with your most hated character, Sakura?!
Yes, it's true, I do dislike Sakura quite a bit, but the reason why I always write about her is because she is such an easy character to write about. It's almost impossible to put her out of character because of her bi-polaric personality. That, and she changes so drastically in the times between the first series and after the time skip, so even if you make her really super strong, you can say it's Shippuden Sakura, but if she's really weak and useless, you can say she's pre-Shippudden Sakura! And so, since she's so easy to write about, a certain writer is able to imagine herself in Sakura's place so that it's more like I'm--I mean, the certain writer's the one that gets Itachi in the end!
3) Why are so many of your stories AU?
Because I like to retain some originality in my stories.
4) Why did you make the Remembrance series so long?! Why not just make it one story?
Because if I packed that much action into one story, your brains would explode.
5) Can I translate one of your stories/poems into another language?
Actually, I've been asked this question a few times and I always give the same answer: Absolutely! You can translate my writing as much as you want on the following conditions:
You PM me, asking if you can translate a certain piece of work. For example: "Can I please translate To Turn Back Time into Spanish?"
You give me credit! This is the most important one. I am the writer of the story/poem and so I would like people to read my work KNOWING I wrote it.
You send me the link to the translated version. I love seeing my writing in different languages, it's just so excited! (that and I'm paranoid and I would like to see the name "Itachilova101" in there with the gibberish)
6) When will you update your older stories?
Well, it all depends. Look at the Update date and, if the story says that it's been inactive for more than a month or two, chances are I won't be updating it for one reason or another. In addition, I have finally managed to migrate from fanfiction to original fiction and so my fanfiction-writing has suffered greatly as a result. So, don't be expecting anything major to be posted up in the immediate future except for maybe a few poems.
7) Will you read one of my stories and review it?
If you ask this (which has happened A LOT), chances are that I'll say yes. The only reasons I may say no is because I'm very busy with other things or I just can't be bothered at that particular moment. But, like I said, I'll most likely say yes, but you should expect the following things from my review: Honesty, a critique and ONLY ONE!
Honesty: I am not one to sugar-coat things when it comes to writing. I will be fair, but I will also be honest. If I see something that can be improved, I will say so. How else can you expect to improve as a writer if you aren't aware of your shortcomings?
A critique: The same as the above: I will tell you what you need to improve on, but I will say it nicely and I will also point out your strong points. I'm not going to say, "Haha, you suck! Go die, please", but I will tell you where your weaknesses are and, if your bruised ego doesn't like that, then don't ask for my opinion.
ONLY ONE!: Don't expect me to comment on your entire story, I don't have that much free time. Usually, I will only comment on the first chapter and that's all. Again, if you don't like that, then don't ask.
8) Wai r u so baf @ righting u dwebe?
Good question... I suck at writing because YOUR MOM!!!
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