Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter, Naruto, and Matilda.
"I wanted to say something witty and intelligent, but unfortunately just ended up being ironic."
I guess this is where I'm supposed to say pertinent, or (from what I've gathered) not pertinent information about myself, so everyone else can judge the crap out of me.
Likes: Fairly numerous; Good food, expressive music. I am an elitist bastard when it comes to those things. Otherwise, good fiction and doing things that require cooperation.
Hates: None I guess. I'm not closely attached to anything I dislike to need to waste energy hating something.
I have a pet peeves I guess...
Fanfiction Peeves: Having adult characters being obsessed with younger characters love life. Suddenly Tsunade cares about Naruto's lack of relationships why? I don't really understand why authors insist on having characters set each other up. Perhaps it's because they're unable to simulate the growth of a stable relationship without either Stockholm Syndrome or some outside force, pushing the two together? I don't know. It's just tiresome.
Absurd links to cannon can get kind of frustrating. Naruto doesn't need to fight a group that contains a single rebel from every major Konoha clan. I'm a fan of OC's that don't make a large impact on a cannon characters life, even if they meet them in passing. Not every character an author creates needs to have a major focus so you can spew out that precious backstory you wrote.
Sex for no reason: Don't look for reasons for characters to have sex please. It can totally disillusion me from an otherwise great story. I'm not against the odd lemon at all, but when characters start screwing each other out of nowhere in a completely OOC manner...
Successful dates: We don't need to know about them, only that they've happened an a basic summary of what went on within. Writing out, word for what what each character says in a 4 hour date, gets so tedious... So quickly... Don't worry though! There is a solution. Just say they went on a date, and where they went and that they enjoyed each others company. If you're a pro, you could try developing the plot by writing a scene that has significance to later in the story, but if you don't know why you're writing it (or you're just filling time to get to the important bits), you probably shouldn't. Actually, that's probably a pretty good rule of thumb for life.
More Information: Other than that, I have little to share. I'm a much more avid reader than writer, and mostly write, only to parody the original or other stories... Or to make people angry. I do that too. I guess that makes me a troll? Even my name can elicit an angered or self-righteous response. I keep it for my own sake rather than yours.
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