Author has written 2 stories for Naruto, and Kingdom Hearts.
I am a long time video game and anime fanatic, as well as an avid reader of a couple of genres. Most of what I read, lately, is all in this site. Isn't Fanfiction dot net great?
Interests? Here is the list of some of my favorite things to do in no particular order:
Spending time with family and friends.
Making my mother smile and laugh.
Conspiring with my fellow authors in the pursuit of awesomeness.
Things I dislike a whole lot:
Bad Fanfiction, the internet is infested with it
People who write stories with unrealistic pairings and romance, they remind me too much of Soap Operas
People putting the blame on Video Games for whatever reason
People disliking Hinata for stupid reasons
People disliking Naru/Hina stories just because they read some bad ones and don't give a chance to the good ones, and the best ones don't even focus on getting those two together. Give them a chance. (And yes, I realize how hard it would really be for those two to become romantically involved in canon. I also won't force feed you to like Naru/Hina)
People who think fanfiction is a waste of time. Yes, you know who they are.
People who disregard crossovers without checking them over first. Some are actually good, but I might be biased since I am helping write one.
Badly written crossovers. You can't just slap two components of different series together and expect them to work out. A good crossover is a lot of work, and if you don't go for transdimensional, then you are going to have some world building to do to make things fit.
Racism and Prejudice (Hey, I had to put that in at some time.)
Things I really dislike
Writers block; you know you want to take a sledgehammer to it, I know I do.
YAOI! (I swear, this site should have a filter that allows you to avoid these type of stories, no offense to you girls or guys that do like them.)
The only times I might accept Yuri in stories would be when it's canon, like say, Haruka and Michiru from Sailor Moon. And no, I'm not Anti-Homosexual under any circumstances, and yes, I do know gay people, and one I am acquainted with is a very decent fellow, and I'd be happy to call him friend. Hell, I will call him friend, because no other word fits.
People who abandon their stories without a good reason.
Enough about that.
As of now, I've started posting my own story on the site. I might have several story ideas right now, but unlike my partner Arganaut, I don't think I would be able to handle that kind of workload. Also, I might not be consistent with my updates. I do have a life and responsibilities outside of fanfiction. I will not abandon the story. Also, I'm still looking for betas, for my story this time. Send me a message, please. If you want to send me a message to see a good story you think I should check out, by all means do so.
Story Update 12-5-2010: Internet problems, minimal opportunities to connect and post. Yes, it sucks.
White Key Chapter 1: Betaing in progress
Reaching the Heavens next Chapter: Planning Stages
Me and one of my associates, FictionReader98, have wrought from our collective insanity
The Ten Commandments of Reviewing
1) Thou shalt point out the parts you enjoy
2) Thou shalt point out the parts you disliked, if any.
3) Thou shalt point out the parts you utterly hated and explain why
4) Thou shalt write with good grammar!!
5) Thou shalt not give anonymous reviews, for the authors might want to reply to thine criticism!
6) Thou shalt not flame
7) Thou shalt write a four sentence paragraph minimum!
8) Thou shalt use constructive criticism!
9) Thou shalt review as much as possible, not merely once!
10) Thou shalt voice thine expectations.
Seriously, guys, we need more than betas to write good stories. We need YOU, the readers, to help us with your criticism. Tell us what we are doing right, what we are doing wrong, what we could fix a bit or a lot... With your help, we can make our stories good, and keep making them BETTER. I will listen to you guys, even if it's just a private message. That is a guarantee from the Zoneshifter D.