Author has written 1 story for Naruto.
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain."
Birth Date : September 18
Something Lady Crux found on another profile (BlueWhitney) that I thought was very to the point and what i think I should put on my file, since it's what I think as well. All words by them of course, the stories in here that are said are there's of course I just figured that it's their's, I'm not gonna mess with it just put it in here, and since the stories are apart of of this part I figured leave it.
My Views on Fanfiction:
'You know what? I'm just gonna admit it: I think it's unhealthy. I mean, look. I've wanted to be a writer my entire life, yet the longest, steadiest thing I've written to date is my currently 14-chapter, roughly 25,000 word Sylaire fic. That's not helping me reach my life goal, is it now? I could be doing something productive, damn it, creating my own original fiction (I've got tons of ideas, so what's my damn problem already?). But nope. Sitting here hammering out Sylaire and the occasional stoner-Lyle fic.
But, hell, if it's not productive, at least it's CREATIVE. Sure, we fixate on characters rather than create our own, but we explore their psyches and limits by putting them in situations we know are unlikely or just plain impossible in so-called canon. In short, we didn't build the puppet, but we might as well make it walk and talk, right? It's all in good fun. And it IS fun, which is the most important thing about fanfiction. Putting it out there, getting feedback, it feels nice. Hell, sometimes it feels downright warm and fuzzy.
So, yes, I believe fanfiction is unhealthy. But I think it's unhealthy in the same way that brownies are unhealthy. And if brownies are wrong, hey I don't wanna be right. :)'