Author has written 32 stories for Harry Potter, Naruto, Beyblade, Moon Child, Yu-Gi-Oh, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Lord of the Rings, Marvel, Young Justice, Justice League, Assassin's Creed, Young Avengers, Hawaii Five-0, Da Vinci's Demons, and Daredevil.
I'm an ordinary person from a little country in Central Europe - Slovakia. I'm an ex-English major and now I teach English at a language school... which is probably why I feel that my English has been deteriorating lately XD
So now, something about myself...
Usually - optimistic, introvert, daydreaming, open-minded and helpful person.
I love Japan - culture, language, people, of course Anime and Manga, but live action movies too... generally all that has to do with Japan. I also like reading books, watching movies, being with friends, just like a normal person (almost)...
I absolutely L.O.V.E. Slash, which means Male x Male pairings and some action, too... So most of my stories - no wait, ALL of them, actually - will include at least two handsome guys kissing, making out or just loving each other. If you don't like it, just flame me as much as you want, but be prepared to take responsibility /evil smile/
If you have something to tell me or ask me or just wanna mail me, please feel free to do so.
Pairings I love:
There are many of them - usually, I like unusual pairings. When some pairing becomes too frequent, usually I start hating it... ;) And I'll come up with some absolutely messed-up pairing as a result XD
Naruto: Kakashi/Iruka, Genma/Raido are my favorite, though I've written some SasuNaru - gods, punish me, I've added water to the sea T_T My excuse is that both stories were on B-day request - how could I decline? ;) In fact I like many other pairings from Naruto world - I've read some great Shikamaru/Naruto, but I'll read anything except things with Gai-sensei and probably Lee (fans, don't kill me XD) and I really don't usually read SasuNaru...
Beyblade: generally anything with Lee. Recently I started to love Bryan too, and now I love him even more than Lee XD
HP: anything with Snape, Charlie, Bill and/or Remus. I used to dislike HarryDraco, because it's just everywhere and it's not original anymore. I mean - "I hate you - you save me/I save you - I love you" scheme isn't working for me. But lately, I will make an exception if the story is really good or was written by one of my favourite authors, even though I hate it when Draco is either a whining girlish idiot or an evil sociopath without feelings. Lately, I've become a fan of Seamus/Neville :)
There are some another pairings I like, feel free to ask. Though I write my own stories (not fanfictions), I sometimes focus on them more...
Teen Wolf (Sterek, or anything with Danny)
MARVEL universe - especially Iron Man and Hawkeye/Clint Barton and, of course, Phil Coulson
SOME THINGS I HATE IN STORIES or a basic way to write well in my opinion
- overuse of cliches. It's okay if there's one or two cliches in, say, ten thousand or more words and the story is otherwise well-written. But if the whole plot is one big cliche, then there're only a very few people who will enjoy it. That means >> If you read lots of good fiction and then write something that's too similar to them, it doesn't make your story good as well...
- misuse of there, they're and their, as well as its/it's and any other elementar spelling and grammar mistake. I'm not a native speaker so it's possible my stories have a mistake or two too, but damn, if I, a foreigner, can learn English grammar, there's no way someone who wants to write couldn't. And if you can't, get a good beta.
- sentences that run for whole twelve lines and change the meaning three times in the process. Not that I'm for use of sentences like 'A does something. B says something. C does something' - that's the other unbearable extreme. My point is - there's something in the middle between these two extremes. I don't want to read stories that have two thousand words and only five sentences, and I also don't like to feel like I'm reading a fairy tale for mentally disabled.
- descriptions. Of course, not in general - I'm rather fond of descriptions well-used. But one whole page dedicated to the description of other people around the hero, other insignificant people - that's overdone. And the worst are impersonal, purposeless descriptions usually thrown together with several dozens of cliche sentences like singing birds and shining sun. If you really need to tell us what weather it is, either do so with one or two well-formed sentences, or use some imagination and feeling. What is the hero feeling? What are his/her thoughts? Where is he/she going? What does he/she see and what he thinks of it/what it means for him? What I mean NOT 'sun was shining and birds were singing', BUT 'An intrusive sunray managed to break his defenses and he, never being a fan of tanned skin, cursed, earning a reproachful look of some passersby.' Tell something with the description, what the hero is like etc.
Thanks to all who have reviewed me until now and to those who would in future... THANK YOU A LOT!! Without your encouragement it would be hard... if you want some story written for you, email me... maybe I'll go with it - or at least I'll try!
And another thing... please, if you add my story to favourites or watch it, of course it makes me happy... but I'd like some feedback too. If you can hit the 'Watch the story' button, surely you can spare five to ten seconds and drop at least one word to me :)
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