Author has written 85 stories for Doctor Who, Max Payne, Star Wars, Warhammer, StarTrek: Voyager, Harry Potter, Star Trek: 2009, StarTrek: The Original Series, StarTrek: The Next Generation, Grudge, F.E.A.R., Mass Effect, RWBY, Farscape, Smallville, Ring/Ringu, and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Jed Rhodes Profile.
The year is 2015, the month is September, and I am back on my ff dot net account.
Basically, I've been into the MLP fandom recently (yes, I became something of a brony, so sue me) and a lot of my fanfic writing time has gone there (anyone interested can look up Jed R and The Avatar of Albion). But now, however, I'm working on the next chapter of Star Trek: The Mass Effect 2. It isn't particularly long or groundbreaking, but it's an update and there's a couple more in progress for shortly afterward. I never abandon a story entirely - I just lose inspiration for a while. And then, one day, it comes back.
Anyway: hope you enjoy what I write up when it finally shows up. In the meantime, have a good one peeps.
- I do not own the Intellectual Property or characters of any of my works of fan fiction, except in the case of certain OC's or the self insert (do I own myself? Dunno).
- I write stories on my own whim when the mood takes me. Reader enjoyment, while a welcome by-product of this process, is precisely that. A by-product. I write to my own schedule, and to my own satisfaction of writing. If you want to know where a story is going without having to wait for an update I'm happy to tell you so you have that, but I update when I can and is convenient for me. Not before. Sorry.
- Related to previous point: I write for me. Any reviews giving helpful hints or suggestions are good. Reviews complaining that I'm shit without any suggestion of how to improve, or worse, reviews complaining that I'm "doing a crappy X/Y fic" or any variation where basically the premise of my plot pisses the reviewer off, are not. I write for me, which means if me writing a fic where characters are in their canon pairing and not the reviewer's OTP, or any other similarlay banal thing to hate a fic for, pisses you off, go read seem other fic. That's what the damn filters are for.
- On the subject of me replying to a person's review: if a review asks a question, or if a review makes a point that I feel is necessary to address, I will take the time to reply. If a review leaves constructive criticism in a positive (helpful) tone as opposed to a a negative (unhelpful) tone, I will take the time to reply. If a review is a mere "are you going to update soon", I tend not to reply, as that will be made evident by the action itself. If its a simple "good story," I prefer writing the story that people enjoy to replying to a review telling me the same. If a review is overly negative in tone - that is, if a review is unpleasant or insulting, or I feel the reviewer is being unnecessarily rude or unpleasant in their criticisms or the manner in which they present their criticisms, then I will not reply: it's a damn fanfic, not professional work. I do it to enjoy myself, not to be made to feel dreadful.
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