Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, and Naruto.
"Rule One: If you do anything to increase the protagonist's power, or make their life easier, you must also amplify their opponent or add extra difficulties to their life. You can't make Frodo a Jedi unless you give Sauron the Death Star. Otherwise, even if it is well-written in all other ways, your story will suck because the reader will know to expect an unending string of easy victories, leading them to neither wonder or care about what happens next. The Mary Sue is not defined by her power being too strong, but by her challenges being too easily overcome."
The First Law of Fanfiction, from Less Wrong, author account for Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality. /u/2269863/
I would like to become a serious author one day, but feel that my current standard is not up to what is required for publication. Here, I am hoping to polish my skills a little in a public forum that does not risk any original work at all, since by its nature, any story published here cannot be reasonably published elsewhere, no matter what the commercial success of Fifty Shades of Grey might have you believe.
Harry Potter and the Gaining of Power: [Chapter 5 pending]
The Self-Insert Series: [Harry Potter chapter pending]
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