Author has written 1 story for Naruto.
Hey, you can call me Aista!
I adore fanfiction. I read in multiple fandoms but I'm only writing for Naruto currently.
I like obscure or crackish pairings the most, probably because it takes a hell of a writer to make it work. My favorites also include tragic, introspective character studies and also the fluffiest of the fluffy.
Credit goes to Irokage on deviantart for the avatar.
Complete: Tears have never changed a thing — Yakumo Kurama oneshot
In progress: Pre-Konoha Mito/Madara oneshot,
I solemnly and sincerely aspire to:
- Communicate in a courteous manner
- Adhere to disclaimers and other legal mumbo jumbo
- Review and give constructive criticism where deserved
- Refrain from posting useless crap on my profile
- Grow quality lemons
- Give appropriate content warnings
- And reserve the right to shame plagiarisers.
‘Helloooo this is fanfiction so what’s the big deal with plagiarism?’
Beyond intellectual property issues (e.g., copyright and trademark), the plagiarist commits fraud. As a society, we're keenly interested in fairly assigning credit for ideas. Like many ethical problems, my main objection to plagiarism might not be moral outrage but my disgust at stupidity. Most things plagiarisable might be likened to a random drug test. Whether a final exam, a work of art etc the object says “This is a fair sample of who I am” as much as a drug free urine sample might say “This is representative of my drug free life.”
= In short, it's not a good habit to get into. If you find yourself copying other writers on fanfiction (when you're not even getting any tangible benefit) what's to stop you plagiarising in university for grades?
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