Greetings, I am Phibrizzo. As for my real name please don't ask, because I don't like to give it away so freely. I may not be a very experienced writer, but I have read many fan-fictions on this site over the past couple months. I really enjoyed a lot of them, while others needed a lot of work.
I like fan-fiction(mostly Harry Potter and Naruto), anime/manga, basketball, writing, listening to my music, and computers.
My favorite bands are Linkin Park, Disturbed, Evanescence, Breaking Benjamin, Switchfoot, and Three Days Grace.
As for anime, well I love a LOT of anime. Anyone who saw my collection would realize that. a few of my many favorites would be Trigun, Naruto, Bleach, Negima, Slayers, D. Gray-man, and Orphen.
I started reading the Harry Potter books right around the time that the fourth book was released, and I fell in love with the series so to speak. My favorite characters are Harry, the twins, and Luna Lovegood.
I started readin fan-fiction after finishing Deathly Hollows. I mostly like the way it turned out, but there were a couple things that I didn't like, namely Fred dying. Rest in peace great prankster. Oh well. When I finished I started to think of other ways the characters could be used in different story lines. And that's when i remember seeing an ad of Fanfiction.com and decided to check it out. Needless to say i've been somewhat hooked ever since.
My favorite Harry Potter Fanfictions are ones where Harry is independant, strong, or even dark. So far my favorite one of all time is 'The Darkness Within' by Kurinoone, But there are MANY other good ones out there. So please keep them coming people.
My favorite Naruto fan-fictions are ones where Naruto isn't a loser. I don't like the overly powerful, god-like ones. Mostly just ones that have him stronger than most others his age. Maybe along what Itachi had been at those ages.
One thing that I want more than anything when reading a story, though, is tact. For example, don't just come out and list all of these crazy powers the main character has. Let them develop them, and don't make them too unbelievable either.