Author has written 9 stories for Naruto, How I Met Your Mother, Avatar: Last Airbender, Make It or Break It, Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, Harry Potter, and No. 6.
Hi, I'm Kaizen Kitty,
hope you have fun reading my stories and writing your own.
That said, I'm not a good writer. Don't expect me or my stories to be great. So please don't hesitate to tell me what's wrong with my stories. Tell me what you don't like about them. I want to hear that. I want to know what you don't like about them. I can't be that good that you have absolutely nothing negative to say. And if you hate a story so much, you can't say anything good about it - tell me. Bad is better than nothing.
One day I want to be a good writer. Actually, I've already put a goal on that - a ten year goal to be precise. So please, whatever you have to say, tell me. I'll take into account all the comments I get along the way, and I'm really looking forward to this long journey with you. Writing is among the best things that ever happened to me, yes - cheesy but true.
"Sometimes it stops, Sometimes it flows, But baby, that’s how writing goes:
You will fly and You will crawl God knows even Angels fall.
No such thing as you’ve Lost it all
God knows even Angels fall.
It’s a secret, No one tells. One day it’s Heaven, One day it’s Hell!
It’s no fairytale, Take it from me, That’s the way it’s supposed to be.
You laugh You cry No one knows why. Behold the thrill of it all!
You’re on the ride, You might as well Open your eyes!"
(The above was shamelessly ripped and edited from 'Even Angels Fall' by Jessica Riddle. Which is a great song for its melody too.)
PS: If you're tired and bored, please check out my deviant page:
Disclaimer: The copyrights to the works on which I base my fanfiction or fanart are not owned by me. They belong to their respective authors.
Neither are all images to my fanfictions made by me...I'm not that good...
These are the people that I find helpful in writing. Maybe their advice can be useful to you, too?
Alicia Rasley, on Story Structure:
People only change through conflict, so your task is to give your hero problems that will force him to change.
Caro Clarke, on Writing in General:
Found her advice to be very useful. See things from a publisher's, editor's, and writer's perspective.
Caro Dee, on Writing Yaoi:
How should you go about writing a love scene between two male characters? Dee gives funny and helpful advice.
Katytastic, on Random Things concerning Writing:
Particularly, NaNoWriMo tips, plotting, book reviews. By a young aspiring YA writer.
Orson Scott Card, on Human Characters: "Characters and Viewpoint: How to invent, construct, and animate vivid, credible characters and choose the best eyes through which to view the events of your short story or novel.", published by Writer's Digest Books, 1988.
Very insightful book into human psychology. What kind of characters do people like? Also teaches how to construct a story when you've only got a starting idea. What kind of questions should you ask yourself. The book contains little chaff/unneccesary stuff, and is ideal for beginning writers (in my opinion).
Timothy Hallinan, on Finishing Your Novel:
Sober, down-to-earth guide on writing. It's not romantic, it's grit work.
(Sax Man George Michael prank)
(The Water by Hurts)
(Angel With a Shotgun by The Cab)
(ZukAang Creep, Radiohead AMV)
(Daniela Andrade vocal and guitar cover of Radiohead's song Creep)
(Matt Wang and cousin guitar and violin cover of Someone Like You)
(Taylor Davis violin cover of Naruto themesong Sadness and Sorrow)
(Taylor Davis violin cover of My Heart Will Go On)
(Grace Youn violin cover of Adele's song Set Fire To The Rain)
(Grace Youn violin cover of OneRepublic's song Secrets)
(Katytastic for April Fool's day 2011)
(Red & Green -- yaoi)
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