Author has written 6 stories for Naruto, and Card Captor Sakura.
It's been about four or five years since I made this profile... Ahh what a person I was then...
I'm not a very active writer as of now.. hehe... but I like to say that I am a good reviewer (when I do get off my ass and review)
Here's what should never be in fanfics:
-Fanfics with bad grammar or improper sentence structure.
-Fanfics in which people don't stop to consider how real people would act and make up their own story how they want it and don't give a damn.
-Happy-go-lucky zombie reviewers that go around saying "omg ure story is so cute...please update" even when it's obvious the story sucks like hell. I mean, get a life! I would want honest reviews that would actually help me.
-Cliche'd stories which the girl is a nerd/geek/dork and the guy is a hottie, shit happens, and they end up loving each other.
-Any story in which the characters blush every two seconds.
-Stories in which nothing goes wrong, when there isn't any real plot, or when characters get jealous every two seconds.
-Cliches in general.
-Stories which the writer is oblivious to the reader's loud snoring and keeps on writing the same crap.
-Stories which are highly concentrated on pure romance and nothing else. Not even character/plot developement. Plot before romance, guys.
-Stories where they pair a girl with every single guy-even outside anime, real life, tv shows, ect. ~ it's disgusting. (coughSakuraHarunocough)
-Stories where the summary is like "A story about love, betrayal, truth, and friendship...blah.." That's boring! And I bet half the time the writer doesn't know what they're talking about anyway!
-Summaries or stories where the author is like,"OMG I suck at summaries" or "OMG I suck at stories, please read.." If the author doesn't even have confidence in himself/herself, then who'll read it? It's like asking someone to try your cookies, but saying that they taste extremely bad. Would you want to try them then?
-Stories with at least one of the main characters having god-like qualities and a flawless personality which makes all the other characters look like dicks. (mary sue/gary stu)
-Stories where the author thinks the reader should understand what they're saying even though it is extremely inaccurate/unclear in the story itself.
-Stories where the author does not stop to consider what their story actually implies versus what they want to project.
I believe that what happens in a person's life makes up part of their personality. So when people change the plot in fanfics, it's only natural that the character's personality slightly changes. I really don't care about OOC-ness. As long as it doesn't involve an overly cheerful Shikamaru and an enthusiastic Sasuke, or anything like that, because that is just not interesting. It's like taking an OC and calling them Sasuke!
Also, I've seen a lot of fics where "blank-slate" characters such as Hinata or Sakura are paired up with many other guys so that it is easy to have chemistry or insert your own version of the character into them. This is stupid, and never works. You should write only the truth and what you perceive to be the truth.
I think OCs are totally unnecessary especially when they take up the role of a main character. It takes a lot of time to actually create a character with human qualities that are actually realistic. And no one is either totally good or totally bad. OCs that are just there to complete a side character slot are okay, just as long as they don't take the main part. Unless the OC in the story is written well, the story won't turn out right. And what's the point of a fanfiction if you just put a bunch of OCs? Might as well write a separate story. Stories where everyone is paired up with an OC get confusing and the personalities don't come out right. (Neji/OC, Gaara/OC, Sakura/OC, Naruto/OC, etc) Stories where the writer puts themselves or their friends as a character won't turn out either. Even the stories with OCs suddenly finding themselves in the Naruto world suck! No one cares what you put yourself as, they just want a good story.
Know Your Stars- Well I started this after I watched the show "All that" Was that what it was called? I can't remember, and chances are I won't be continuing this since it does not interest me when I read it anymore.
Mission: How to Rid Oneself of Fangirls- Got writer's block on this before I could even get to the second chapter. How sad. I've also run out of ideas so I won't continue this either.
Hate Turned to Love: A Satire- I like this story a lot. It was the first one I posted on ff.net! But I dunno if I am going to continue it.
Quotes (To make me look smart!):
"God wants spiritual fruit, not religious nuts." -Unknown
"Raising a teenager is like nailing jello to a tree." -a warning to all who have children
"A woman is like a teabag; you never know how strong she is until she's in hot water." -Eleanor Roosevelt
"Papers should be like skirts, long enough to cover the essentials, short enough to keep things interesting." -from clockwork starlight (a fanfiction user)
"When life gives you lemons, read and enjoy them." -Me
"We will always look back on our younger selves and think that we were stupid, brainless idiots back then." -Me
"We are growing smarter by the second." -Me
"I am smart and talented; don't mistake my talent for stupidness!" -Me
"You are a piece of... work." -My friend
"Oh, I thought you were gonna say that I was a piece of shit." -Me
"That too." -Friend
"Go home and pray sincerely. It will at least erase a couple of sins from your collection of countless sins... or maybe that's just me..." -Me
"I don't think you should die. I think you should get sick." -AbsoluteRandomness
"Anybody can become angry, that is easy; but to be angry with the right person, and to the right degree, and at the right time, and for the right purpose, and in the right way, that is not within everybody's power, that is not easy." -Aristotle
"What is a friend? A single soul dwelling in two bodies." -Aristotle
"Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them?" -Abraham Lincoln
"I've always said that in politics, your enemies can't hurt you, but your friends can kill you." -Ann Richards
"I notice that you use plain, simple language, short words and brief sentences. That is the way to write English - it is the modern way and the best way. Stick to it; don't let fluff and flowers and verbosity creep in. When you catch an adjective, kill it. No, I don't mean utterly, but kill most of them - then the rest will be valuable. They weaken when they are close together. They give strength when they are wide apart. An adjective habit, or a wordy, diffuse, flowery habit, once fastened upon a person, is as hard to get rid of as any other vice."
"Anybody can have ideas--the difficulty is to express them without squandering a quire of paper on an idea that ought to be reduced to one glittering paragraph."
"Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they're not after you." - Nirvana
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