Author has written 5 stories for Donkey Kong Country, Left 4 Dead, Coraline, Corpse Bride, and Legend of Korra.
Hi all, and thanks for visiting my page!
There's not much to say except I love video games, writing, travelling and surfing.
Thank you if you've decided to take the time to read my stories, and even more thanks if you reviewed them. Hopefully they will keep you entertained.
I enjoy reading long stories with well-developed characters. If you would like for me to take a look at any of your works, feel free to send me a message.
I also make video games (whenever I lack my writing muse)! Right now I'm working on 'Elements of the Ancients', a 2D platform adventure.
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Pet Hates/Dislikes in Fanfiction:
1. OOC (out-of-character):
Seriously, I cannot stand OOC-ness in fanfiction. If I watch a movie about a badass awesome character, I do not want to read a story about said character being all weepy and emotional (particularly if the character is a girl - it's borderline sexist).
2. Multiple POVs
Having a story switch between someone's 1st person POV, then to another person's, then to 3rd person, etc... Several times throughout a chapter.
It's jarring and unprofessional, particularly when the author explicitely states whose POV it is.
It's best to choose a POV and stick with it throughout the story. If you want to explore another person's POV, you should do it in a sequel, or else divide the story into parts that are told from a different person's POV.
3. Dragging things out:
Two major examples of this are:
- When there is a 'mystery' going on in the background of the story - even though it's totally out in the open and obvious, to the point where characters in the story are openly commenting about it. And yet it takes several chapters to even learn a tiny detail, before being told, "...and so the mystery deepened". If you want to weave a mystery throughout the story, that's fine, but don't make reference to it every chance you get, and keep it subtle. Better yet, slowly reveal details every time it DOES get mentioned so that there is actually a point to it.
- When two main characters keep leaning in to kiss or whatever, only to be interrupted at the last minute by something. It's tolerable once, maybe even twice, but not ten or twenty like I've seen sometimes. If you're going to have your characters kiss, then have them kiss already!
1. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
2. Donkey Kong Country: Ragnarok Rising
3. Mining Melancholy
A DKC spin-off story based on a human AU deviant art. In a remote town, where its economy depends on mining and deep exploration, two young cavers find themselves drawn into an adventure which will shape the future of their country.
4. Adventures in Minecraft
Inspired by "X's Adventures in Minecraft" (on Youtube). A young man wakes up in a strange and mysterious world. The rising sun will eventually set, and he knows that he must build a shelter and learn to survive the night. But is he as alone as he thinks?
Watching X's Adventures in Minecraft on Youtube has inspired me to write a story for this. It will be focused on a survival-type scenario. So, something about the protagonists having to build shelter and learning to survive the night against the zombies and enemies. It's not complicated or anything, but if I develop the relationship between the main characters properly, it could be an emotional little story.
5. Left for Dead: Pre-Outbreak Files
A prequel of sorts to my original novelisation 'Left for Dead'. Learn the stories of the survivors before, during and after the initial outbreak.
6. Left for Dead: Requiem
7. Left for Dead: Exile
8. Coraline: Lazarus Rising
9. Coraline: Swan Song
10. Scott Pilgrim vs. the End of the World
The impending darkness draws near, and a dark magician seeks to destroy the fabric of reality. The conflict and forbidden love, between a human and one of the Tribe of Darkness, comes to a head. Set before the final battle of 'Super Paper Mario'. Timpani/Blumiere
12. Mario and the Thousand Year Door
A novelisation based on the game. In the remote town of Rogueport, Mario finds himself on the trail of a legendary treasure, said to be buried deep beneath the town. However, a mysterious group has also joined the search, and will stop at nothing to find it first.
A dark spirit haunts a girl's home, and then sends her on a mission in the dead of night.
14. The Fox Hunt
16. Valkyria Chronicles
The continent of Europa is dominated by two superpowers: the Atlantic Federation and the East Europan Imperial Alliance. At the outbreak of the Second Europan War, the neutral principality nation of Gallia finds itself under attack from the Imperial army. This is the story of how a ragtag militia, outnumbered and outgunned, stood up to the militaristic might of the Empire. Addresses political overtones.
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