Author has written 22 stories for Halo, Death Note, Bleach, and Office.
I'm an artist more so than an author also almost everything on here is old and crappy compared to new stuff I've yet to post! http://agenttexas.deviantart.com/
Favorite Pairings- Tex/Church, Grif/Simmons, Wash/South, Mello/Matt, Ichigo/Ishida, Ishida/Renji
Pairings I Write- Tex/Church, Donut/Caboose, Wash/South Mello/Matt, Ichigo/Ishida, Ichigo/Rukia, Ishida/Orihime, Yoruichi/Kisuke, Ishida/Renji
Favorite Quotes- "That was the worst throw ever...Of all time." -Agent Washington, Red vs Blue.
"Bow chicka bow wow!" -Tucker, Red vs Blue.
"You've lost the game." -Near to Light, Death Note
"You're asking if this is a bow? Of course it is. You think I would use anything else?" -Ishida Uryuu, Bleach
Fan Fiction Tips:
Use your words: No one likes to read a story with little detail or description.
Reviews: If you writing a story for a lot of reviews you're writing it for the wrong reason.
Proofread: Seems so small but it can save you a lot of complaints. And there's nothing wrong with proofreading more then once. If you want even take it a step further get a Beta reader(if you're not sure what a Beta reader is, it's easy to find out(I happen to be one actually)).
Bigger is better: Remember if your story is really a story with characters, a plot and interesting twists and turns it should take a long time to tell. It shouldn't take you less than 1,000 words for example to say that a character went from being a normal boy to being some crazy monster, lead up to it, create suspense you can only get that by good pacing.
Intervals are bad: Its not the best idea to strap yourself to a schedule. You feel rushed and your story may not come out as good as it could if you'd taken your time. I recommend you write at least a few chapters ahead before posting anything and planning is important so you don't forget that new plot twist you came up with!
Split it up!: Paragraphing is the number one reason I won't bother with a story. Split the dialog into different paragraphs(preferably double spaced) and when a new subject comes up. As an example let's say a character starts pondering a painting and then switches to thinking about their lover, split it off it's a lot easier on reader's eyes(and yours when you're proofreading).
NEVER TEXT TALK!: I don't care what anybody says that IS NOT REAL WRITING.
I'm sort of a bookworm so I read A LOT a few hours a day at the least, it's important, works your brain and fun. If you're writing anything it can also be extremely helpful. As you're reading think about what makes the story compelling, what draws you to the characters(because you can relate to them?), what makes them believable? In a romance, ask yourself how the author spaces out their romance to make it grow into love and not just some quick little fling. And the plot itself(no matter what genre there's some plot), what about it makes you have to know what happens next?
Favorites for Red vs Blue- Remnant by Bushtuckapenguin, Murderer's Row by Violent-Medic and More Than Just a Program by Tomboy. Fantastic work by all of them, you can find their fictions here: http://rvbfics.com/index.php
Favorites for Death Note- The entire WFS series by ShinigamiMailJeevas, Roles Reversed by Atreyl, Marriage by Nobody S. Storm(short and sweet).
Favorites For Bleach- Life Lessons by Nehalenia(long but AMAZING), Any of Debbie-chan's fan fictions, This Road Goes Forever by Visualcomplex(it might only be on LJ (not sure)but it's worth looking into if you like Ichiishi), lots lots more but these are just my favorites.
I'm primarily a fanart and original artist who is only active on DeviantART but occasionally I'll post something here or update a story. Got lots of big plans for stories though, so keep a look out! Here's my artist's page if anyone's interested http://agenttexas.deviantart.com/
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