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Author has written 32 stories for Inuyasha, Harry Potter, Yu-Gi-Oh, Naruto, Vampire Diaries, Gravitation, Card Captor Sakura, Gakuen Alice, Durarara!!/デュラララ!!, Artemis Fowl, Kuroshitsuji, Vampire Diaries, Junjō Romantica, Togainu no Chi/咎狗の血, Sherlock, and Yu Yu Hakusho.
“I am a strong believer in the tyranny, the dictatorship, the absolute authority of the writer.”
IMP: There seems to be a glitch in the fictionesque website. It won't allow me to write or upload chapters. I will update the rest of the chapters as soon as I can but if anyone knows a solution to this problem, please let me know.
I took the What overused yaoi phrase are you? quiz and I got the result "Shut up and enjoy the ride." Apparently, I'm dirty, perverted and inconsiderate of my partner's needs. Hmph.
I also have an account on Adultfanfiction.net, fictionesque and Mediaminer. The links are here:
Please go there for the lemons in my stories and the entirely smutty stories. If you have any questions about my stories, please don't hesitate to ask.
12th May, 2013 -
The most debated issue in fanfiction writing, I think, is reviews. Yes, it's true that good writers don't write for reviews. Yes, it's not right to threaten readers with abandoning stories to get reviews. But it's also true that nobody does anything for nothing. If your boss at your job stopped paying you or if there was no point to you writing exams and getting good grades, would you still do the same thing you are doing right now? Even professional writers get contracts and continue writing depending on the response they get from their readers. And fanfiction writers are mostly amateurs aiming to be professionals or just writing for fun. Reviews are a writer's paycheck; if you want them to write something or not write something or make changes or just continue as they are going, you review. How will they know what you think, otherwise?
And I, for one, am all for flames. There is nothing wrong with good, old fashioned criticism when it's warranted. Every reader has the right to criticize a writer's writing if they don't like it. It doesn't matter how many reviews they have got or how many people love that particular work; if you don't like it, you should have a right to say so. It's my personal opinion that readers should get to throw metaphorical tomatoes and rotten eggs if you hate our work.
I have personally never flamed a writer but I have given constructive criticism. To those who have or do get offended by negative reviews: If you want feedback on your work, there are bound to be negative things along with the positive. Take it in the right spirit and use it to improve. Feedback implies negative and positive both; readers are under no obligation to shower you with praises, though we may do that too, sometimes.
I have only one rule: I WILL NOT PAY ATTENTION TO CRITICISM OF THE CONTENT OF ANY STORY. You can tell me if the writing is crappy but you cannot tell me what I should and shouldn't write about. No topic is taboo; as long as appropriate warnings are up, do not create a ruckus about what should and should not be written. For example, I am completely and utterly against Sesshoumaru being written as an uke, but if the story is well-written and the relationship is written convincingly, it's a good story. I would then have no right to flame the writer and say that they shouldn't write such things. Only thing is, it should be mentioned in the warnings. If I don't like it, I don't read it.
You can make requests for stories but I can't promise to definitely write them all. I do, however, promise to consider them.
Recently, I read on someone's blog that hardcore lemons in stories are the writer's attempts to gain attention and reviews because their writing isn't good at all. I think this is complete bull. While there are people who read stories only for lemons, I really see nothing wrong with that. Why shouldn't you read stories only for smut? It's as good a reason as any other.
There are some really brilliant writers who write mainly smutty stories. Writing a UA rated story doesn't make you a good writer just as writing lemony stories doesn't make you a bad writer.
As far as my stories are concerned, the lemons are an intrinsic part of my stories. I write mostly angsty, dark stories and they would really not make any sense without the lemons. But this site does not allow NC-17/R-Rated/MA stories so I have tried to edit all my stories of their lemon content but I feel it's ruined the theme and feel of the story. Therefore, although I have taken great pains to ensure that my readers know I have posted these stories on other site, I don't know if keeping these edited stories here is going to work out very well. I will try it for a couple of chapters and if it doesn't work, I'll have to find an alternative.
Personally, I don't think it's a good idea to keep no MA/Adult rating on this site. There can be appropriate warnings placed and measures taken so that a minor doesn't stumble across the story accidentally like it's currently done for M-rated stories but after that, isn't it an individual's choice? I mean if the minor is really so innocent, would they go looking for X-Rated stories? But that's just my opinion. The site moderators may have practical difficulties doing this which I am not aware of but I strongly feel that keeping 'dirty' content off the site is a very stupid reason.
I have also come across people saying that 'bad' and 'ridiculous' stories need to be reported and deleted. What crap is this? Who made them the judge of what is 'bad' or 'ridiculous' writing? If they don't like it, they can stay away. Yes, there should be appropriate warnings placed at the beginning of the chapters but after that, I don't think there's anything wrong with 'ridiculous' content. Its a way of writing, just like anything else. While I haven't been able to write one of these, I personally enjoy a lot of the so called 'ridiculous', plotless, 'bad'ly written, OOC stories.
If you have any opinions on these matters that you'd like to share or anything that you'd like to say to me, do PM me. But please don't flame coz that's just silly.
I'm also find it intriguing to interract with people from different cultures from all over the world, so if anyone would like to be penpals, I'd love that. For example, I've recently made friends with a wonderful person who goes by the penname of niceladysakura.
You don't have to be an author or anything and I really don't give a dang about your English. _ Hope to hear from you!
I took the SemeUke test on the wonderful website SemeUke.com and got this result _
You are a Sadistic Seme!
Most compatible with: Dramatic Uke
Inuyasha, Yu Yu Hakusho, Tantei Gakuen Q, Gakuen Alice, Kyou Kara Maoh, Cardcaptor Sakura, Prince of Tennis, Rurouni Kenshin, Get Backers, Yu-Gi-Oh
Favourite books (on fanfiction.net):
Harry Potter (Marauders rock!! Harry and his 'friends' suck.)
Twilight (because Edward/Jacob and Edward/Jasper are hot and Bella's a retarded skank)
Favourite Pairings: Any yaoi with Sess, Youko, Kurama, Eriol Hiiragizawa, Ryuu Amakusa, Fuji Shusuke, Ban Midou, Natsume Hyuuga, Kanda, Edward, Itachi, Artemis Fowl and Sirius Black as seme.
Also, Clow/Yue, Yue/Touya, Sasu/Naru
"There is no such thing as a moral or immoral book. Books are either well written or badly written." -Oscar Wilde
"The books that the world calls immoral are books that show the world its own shame." - Oscar Wilde
"I write to give myself strength. I write to be the characters that I am not. I write to explore all the things I'm afraid of." -Joss Whedon
"I can find the joy only if I do my work in the best way possible to me. But the best is a matter of standards—and I set my own standards. I inherit nothing. I stand at the end of no tradition. I may, perhaps, stand at the beginning of one.”
“It's easy to run to others. It's so hard to stand on one's own record. You can fake virtue for an audience. You can't fake it in your own eyes. Your ego is your strictest judge. They run from it. They spend their lives running. It's easier to donate a few thousand to charity and think oneself noble than to base self-respect on personal standards of personal achievement. It's simple to seek substitutes for competence--such easy substitutes: love, charm, kindness, charity. But there is no substitute for competence.”
"There is a demon who puts wings on certain stories and who launches them like eagles in the air." - Alexandre Dumas
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