Author has written 25 stories for Tsubasa Chronicle, Code Geass, X/1999, D.Gray-Man, and Kuroshitsuji.
My tumblr account: http://mokochan123.tumblr.com/
Pen name: Chibi Moko-chan (or just Moko-chan for short.)
I'm busy with college so please be patient while waiting for updates, thank you.
News for fics:
Diamond in the Rough: Chapter 24 is going to be rewritten, there's not going to be a sequel.
Artificial Lives- Going under a short hiatus. I will get back to it when I'm done Glass Bird.
Glass Bird- Current project right now, don't expect it to be that long though, probably less than 10 chaps but I want to leave an impact for you all at the end.
Trust- May be rewritten, I didn't like how I ended it and I think I've disappointed some people. I'm going to keep chap 1, and might combine 2 and 3 and rewrite 4 and continue from there. But first I have other fics to work on so I'm still debating on this.
I know I'm not a great writer, I get that, not everyone is perfect and we have own writing style. I know I've made dumb mistakes in the past, but I want to fix them. I try my best when I write and I know I can't satisfy everyone. However, I really hate it when people decide after a few chaps--when my fic isn't even finish yet --to get rid of it from their fav or alert. I find it very rude and it makes me concern because I don't know what I did wrong or how I could fix whatever might have turned them away, so it just upsets me. When I'm tired of a fic, I don't un fav or un alert it, I just save it unless I want to read it later to see if it could pique my interest again. Getting rid of a fic is being disrespectful, especially when the fic isn't even close to finishing.
If you want to fav/alert a fic, that's great, I really appreciate it, but please don't get rid of it without knowing what's going to happen next. It's pretty much saying "Oh, I'm going to get rid of this fic from my fav or alert because I didn't like what the writer did to this character. Even though this is chapter 8 and the writer says there's still a long ways to go, I'm going to get rid of it anyways because there's no way that this fic's going to have a good ending since this one thing happened." You know, it helps if you read my author's notes. I inform you of important things like warnings and such. I usually put dark elements in my work (whether it's original or fics) and the darkest things I've written are torture, death and eyes being stabbed.
I also enjoy adding in twists because it makes the fic even more interesting and make you curious what's going to happen But it's not all dark of course, I enjoy putting in humor as well. Artificial Lives has a combination of humor and seriousness and there's going to be some twists. It's going to be a fairly long fic so I want it to be given a chance and not be judged so easily. I just want you all to be respectful and be grateful that I don't write worst things. For example, never will I write about rape. I've noticed a lot of it in fics latly and it disgusts me, so no, I will never ever write a scenario about it. So be very grateful for that.
However, I do enjoy torturing characters, but I try not to go overboard on it. There was this one fic that I wrote a long time ago with a friend and we tortured this one character in every single chapter, it was fun at first and the readers enjoyed it. But looking back at it now it was rather ridiculous and I felt bad about torturing the character so much. Plus there wasn't much of a plot and it was more like, how evil could my friend and I get. In speaking of which, there's going to be torture and violence in Artificial Lives later on. Like Diamond in the Rough, first it would be funny and sweet, but when something particular happens- that I won't warn till that chap-it will get dark and angsty, so be prepared for that.
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