Author has written 2 stories for Pokémon, and Secret/Legend of Mana.
My name...just call me JD. You can take guesses at it if you want. I'm 18 and kinda funny if you get my jokes.
Ill try to take at least one day a week to work on my stories.
While writing I tend to overuse "I" since my stories are first person(I'm even doing it now). Any pointers on whether it's okay or not and when or when not to do so are accepted. I actually write from what I imagine literally, in other words my story comes to vision before writing. So I see everything that happens from my eyes before writing it which is probably why I overuse "I".
I have the abilities of a critic yet I hate being one. I can see and hear whatever I read, so the more detail the more right my image will be. With speech I need to know their feelings and what facial expressions they make in order for me to get a good voice out. I feel their emotion, I see out their eyes, I can even feel their fear and anger.
I need a good book...
Over the past few months, I've grown exceptionally bitter and just don't like talking to people in person anymore. After watching what people do, how they act and why, I've actually started to hate them despite there being no quarrel between us in the first place. Now I place people in categories based on how they look, dress, and speak. I know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but so far I haven't been wrong with said categories. I still try to approach like a nice guy, but will quickly change should the person not act civilized.
None really, if it's good it's good. That applies to everything.
Food: Most things sweet. I won't go out of my way to eat them, but I don't have a problem with some every now and then.
People: Arrogant, attention craving people. Anyone acting tough just because they have people around who they THINK will stand up for them. People who make it seem like it was your fault even though it had nothing to do with you or you played a minor role in being involved with the crisis, not the cause. People who try to relate with you even though your problems are completely different. Clingy people, period. When someone takes something WAAAY to seriously.
Random things: When my MP3 player falls and pulls out my headphones. When I touch a button on my iTouch that I didn't mean to or had no idea that I did(the screen is sensitive, but not very accurate). How my shoes NEVER have any traction no matter what kind I buy. How any alert pauses videos on the iTouch.
More to come later.