Author has written 2 stories for Final Fantasy VII.
I started writing fanfiction a while back, but I never published more than a couple of chapters on an account I lost the password for years ago. Now, I blog, and write any number of things, publishable fiction, commentary, you name it. The works you see here, I just write for fun.
If you like what I do for fun, well, that makes me happy.
Most of what I like in a story is interesting premises. I love it when I come across a story that's well written and actually takes the time to analyse why the characters ended up where they are, but I'm generally pretty flexible about what I will read as long as it's well-written, fun, and engaging, though I'm not afraid to say something if there's an aspect of it I think could use improvement. The only things I absolutely will not read are High School AUs and stories that deliberately tear down a character simply because someone doesn't like them in regards to their favored pairings, or stories where characters are so ridiculously OOC that I don't recognize them. I typically stay Gen in my fics unless I have a specific reason (or there is no precedent because two given characters don't interact in canon) and I try to avoid shipping like the plague. After all, any character has the potential for hidden depths, even if we don't always acknowledge them.
(Shameless plug! If you really, really like what I do for fun, I have a self-published a science fiction novel on Amazon, which you can check out"The Search for Orion" also now has a Facebook page which you can check out )
All of Part I of "By a Fraction of a Degree" has been looked over for the comma error. I'm pretty sure I got all of them, but if anyone notices any more please let me know. I also cleaned up "On the Trail of the Man with the Buster Sword" a bit so the top of the page looks a little less cluttered and it's now using the standard separators and appropriate dialogue tags. It's still a lot more description than anything else, but it was never intended to be dialogue heavy.
I've been going back to some of the earlier chapters of "By a Fraction of a Degree" to try and fix some of the more glaring errors people have pointed out to me. Not to worry, the plot stays the same, but the major thing I'm looking at this go around is a horribly bad habit I seemed to have had in the early stages of the story of using periods in dialog when I should have used commas. I think I've mostly caught them up to chapter 6, and corrections will continue as I see them, though if anyone notices another glaring error they can feel free to report it.
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