Author has written 6 stories for Assassin's Creed, Elder Scroll series, and Dragon Age.
Because of some current messages, I feel the need to explain why I give reviews.
A review is a critique, an opinion, and a perspective. It lets an author know what their readers think of their writing, both the cons and the pros. An author must have thick skin if they are going to publish writing. Why? Because people have very different opinions on things. Therefor, if I give reveiws that authors interpret as 'rude, insulting', they have every right to think that. But it is their loss if they do not take into consideration what is being said and improve their writing and dynamic, if they choose to.
But whining and complaining that not everyone loves and adores your writing insults humanity. We are all different, are we not allowed to have different views? Should I keep quiet, not letting authors know possible cases where they can improve or how certain audience members interpret their writing? Some people say I don't have the right to critique-- yes, I do.
If an author does not appreciate my reviews, they should not cower behind their fans and let them deal with the situation. They should have the decency to speak to the reviewer on their own and not hide behind excuses.
Even in Fanfiction guidelines, it states that authors should proofread their work either by means of a device found on the internet, a beta, or by their own judgment. There is no excuse for author laziness.
I am human as well, I make mistakes. But I'm not hiding behind a wall of ignorance. The big person strives to progress their skills; the little person contents themself with false views.
Now, stop messaging me this nonsense.
7/14/2012: The 2nd part of chapter 27 is underway. I'm very sorry for the delays; I've decided to branch out a bit and start a couple more stories in different gaming categories. As for my current chapter, I want this done right. I'm tearing it apart, rewriting it, burning my irises out to make sure it delivers. Most of Loving Hate's readers, followers, favoriters, and trench-coat stalkers (I love you all), have been waiting for this chapter and its specific contents. I'm not the kind of person to half-ass something, and I plan to not only satisfy myself, but to satisfy my readers. Thank you for understanding and your patience!
11/21/2012: I took a long break from LH. I was not satisfied with the quality of my writing, and I still am not satisfied. I really want to rip it up and start all over from Chapter 1, but I'm way too far in to do that. I'll try to post soon, but no promises. Writing for LH has become... forced for me. Not like how I write Normalcy Undone.
My 'test' story, so to speak. I mainly update this story whenever Loving Hate is at a rough spot and I need to experiment with a few ideas. I haven't updated this in quite a while. Frankly, I'm not too confident about it, but I know a lot of people enjoy it. It won't be my top priority, but I will try to put more effort into it.
This has easily become my favorite story in progress. It's in a fandom that I'm comfortable with, as RPGs are my favorite type of games. NU takes place in TESV: Skyrim, but there are several twists to the characters, plotlines, etc. I want to incorporate that feeling of companionship into my writing, and I also want to experiment with character development and indirect characterization. I was influenced by the smooth dialogue Dragon Age has, and I want to give that a shot.
I am a kufta-eating, baguette-loving, beer-drinking woman in her twenties. That is to say, I'm Armenian, French, and Irish (no, I do not drink).
Dreaming to be a dermatologist, probably will become a chemical engineer instead. Dear God.
I believe in Evolution, but yet I have faith in God. Suffice to say, I believe in Crevolution.
Half of my family is from the Levant, but I have brond (blond/brown) hair and blue eyes. Huh.
No, I am not tan, olive-skinned, or whatever that user once asked me. Fair-skinned, thank you very much. (Really? I say I'm Armenian and people think I'm tan?)
I love History, especially Middle Eastern history and WWI&II.
For hobbies, I draw, bake, study science, and play the clarinet. Not to mention that I'm a hardcore gamer and am equipped with an arsenal of Playstation 1, Playstation 2's, gameboys, and Xbox 360s.
I adore the Assassin's Creed games, Halo, The Elder Scrolls, Dragon Age, Fable, and Devil May Cry.
I will value one genuine friend over a truckload of backstabbing bitches.
I am a beta for Fate Likes Fools, my dear Algerian friend.
And this is the end of my bio. Vwhy thank you for reading :D
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