Author has written 3 stories for Gorillaz, and Halo.
NATIONAL HUG AN EMO KID DAY IS ON MAY 7TH!! HELP SPREAD THE WORD BY POSTING THIS ON YOUR PAGES! (No offence meant to anyone at all. ;D)
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About this Site News...
My computer changed, so uh... no Unlikely Pair...
My WHOLE profile/bio has been moved to my Myspace page. It's set as my homepage.
GO LOOK AT THE TWIN'S TWO TALES IF YOU'RE AN OBLIVION FAN!! Even if you're not... it's still a great story! Read and review!
Current Unpublished Stories...
The Blue Haired Child- Based on the movie 'The Fair Haired Child'. When Murdoc looses his only son, he goes to Satan for help. He must give Him 19 souls of teenagers, one for every year his son has lived. Noodle's soul is the last needed for his son to regenerate completely, but Russel, the caretaker, thinks it's a bad idea to use this girl for the sacrifice. Will his fears come true? (Horror/Romance, Noodle/2D)
Please note that it may be a long time before I post any of these stories, and that I am sorry about not posting for a while. With school starting, it's better to complete the story, work out the kinks, and then posting. I'll give yo great stories if you wait patiently! BTW, if you like the ideas, tell me please, and I'll work extra hard on the one you want the most! Your vote counts!
Tips to becoming a better writer
I really hate it when someone puts 'Man, I'm really bad at summaries...' IN their summary. It's rather annoying and unprofessional. Summaries are for explaining what the stories are about, not begging someone to read it. Put the story plot into a few short sentances and warn of anything that may offend people, such as yaoi, yuri, sexual content, dark themes, and violence. You're on your way to getting more people to read your stories!
When you write a story, try to use a program with spellcheck, such as Microsoft Word. If you don't have that available, Yahoo email has spell check when you type up your emails. Just write your chapter on there, copy from the email page, paste to your program page (such as Notepad), then save and load to fanfiction! That simple to be rid of spelling mistakes!
Also, start a new paragraph when you switch themes or different characters speak. Paragraphs don't nescisarily have to be three or more sentences long, just don't make a series of several short paragraphs. Never, EVER make your chapter just one long paragraph. It's hard to read and thoughts blend together like there's no tomorrow.
Tips to becoming a better reviewer
Say what you really thought of the story. If you disliked it, don't be rude. There should be warnings at the beggining of chapters and in the summary of anything that may be offencive, but if neither is presant, inform the author that you found some content to be disfavorable, and that they should put a warning on the story for future readers. DO NOT BE RUDE AND DO NOT FLAME!! I cannot express to you how important that is! Some people are uneffected by flames, some laugh at them, but some take them very seriously. Very good writers have broken down because they thought that they weren't good enough writer and was always sensitive about their writings. Think about it. Would you like someone to tell you that your story sucked? I didn't think so.
Authors very much like compliments on their stories, and even some suggestions. Be kind and tell them what they could do to improve the plot or writing itself. Yet again, the golden rule, be kind!
FINALLY, if you have ANY original material, POST IT ON FICTIONPRESS.NET!
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