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Author has written 18 stories for Tsubasa Chronicle, Bleach, Resident Evil, and Pokémon.
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Random Fact #1 -- 6/10
The English Language is hilarious. You shouldn't be scared to laugh a little.
Random Fact #2 -- 1/11
Sam-I-Am, I do not like green eggs and ham. Dr. Suess is my idol.
Random Fact #3 -- 2/11
It's hard trying to update, but writers do it anyways...even if it sometimes takes a life time... Or longer, if you're me.
Random Fact #4 --8/11
I love to debate pairings, it's fun, and I think it can help improve a story.
Random Fact #5 --10/12
Life is what you make it.
Random Fact #6 --9/14
Technically, all fan fiction is not canon. It's only canon if it is published by the owners of that product. Kudos.
I challenge you: Yes, you, the reader of my profile, to write an end of story review if a story holds your attention longer than the first five chapters. Whether it's a review saying you disliked the story, or loved it, or that you stopped reading it at x chapter because it lost your attention because of y reason. Let the author know what they can improve on, or over all what you felt about the story. It could be as simple as "Good job" or "I didn't really like this" but simply get out there and do it!
Why would I ask this? Well because,
I've been around FFnet since late 2005 (2008 on this account) and back in the day we had an unwritten code that if a story held your attention for a number of chapters or sometimes to the very end, even if you didn't review any chapter before then. No matter how old or young the story is, the reader left a review regarding the entirety of the story (not chapter by chapter, those are nice, but can be very tiresome to write all the time) but an end of story review where you expressed what you liked, what you didn't or anything in between. How it made you feel. Writing a story isn't about how many reviews you get; so if you don't want to review every chapter of a story that you enjoy, that's fine! You don't need to. (Hopefully the author enjoys writing enough that they don't rely on reviews) But if a story you favorite or follow comes to an end (previously or presently), tell the author what you thought. Think of any stories you can remember, from any fandom you can relate to for how many years back it doesn't matter, and if it ended, or if the author suddenly stopped updating; GO REVIEW! Let's bring back the support we shared for each other back in 2005, and start spreading a community of feedback and of improving each other! So,
I challenge you!
By popular request: my shipping preferences.
I have exactly ONE OTP: (For me, One True Pairing means that I cannot see those two people with any other person, at all. Ever.)
Contestshipping – Drew/May
I have exactly one favorite pairing to read/write about:
Pokeshipping – Ash/Misty
I have six favorite characters to read/write about in specific order:
Ash, Misty, Dawn, May, Gary, Brock
I have several pairings that I like (either in the angst, crack, or 'it could totally happen' category):
Gary/Misty, 'Ash/Dawn', Clemont/Serena, Cilan/Iris, Gary/Dawn.
I have exactly two brOTP:
I have conflicted feelings about:
Tracey/Misty, Max/Bonnie, Brock/May, Ash/Serena, Serena/any character other than Ash.
I have exactly two nOTP:
Any pairings that are not listed, I don't have any strong feelings about. Not that I disregard pairings outside of the ones mentioned, but this is typically how I feel about shipping in pokemon (though, admittedly, it does change time to time). As far as it goes, I believe people should ship what they want, when they want. I think a writer/artist should be allowed to present their ideas however they want, because -one- image/story/opinion/representation does not represent how that person feels about the characters as a whole.
For example, two common ones are (and most recent and applicable to the newest generation):
Misty is overly violent and hates Serena
Serena is overly obsessive over Ash
While I would probably not go out of my way to read/write something of this category (oh, wait...shit.) If a writer /wants/ to pin them against each other for ONE story, that does not reflect hate onto an entire fandom, as much as it is about creating a story with conflict. Even if that is not the characters actual personality, that is the writers portrayal of that character and it is a writer's right to change characters as they see fit within reason. To state that Serena is 'obsessive' without justification it is a disgrace to her character, but to say that Misty is violent and hates Serena with no justification is also a disgrace to her character. (and over all poor writing, truthfully) A rivalry, whether it be between characters for love, glory, or fortune, with justification is called creating a story/plot/conflict, not hate.
THIS NOT ONLY APPLIES TO SERENA AND MISTY, it applies to all of the characters. For example, Misty and Dawn are pretty different, will they be BFFS? -shrug- that is up to the writer to decide and create a reasonable justification for any of their actions (unfortunately, the reader may not always agree with said justification, but if they have it, is it really hate?) Simply put, if you are so obsessed with your shipping you cannot accept another person's right to 'creative freedom' then you need your priorities checked. Not everyone who writes a rivalry in favor of another hates your ship.
Do we have a better understanding of one another now? :)
((((P.S. I will no longer be replying to hateful PMs about the creation of Spitfire or What If and how it has 'offended' amourshippers or how I need to “pick a side” or that I'm “not allowed to make them have a rivalry”. I'm sorry you feel that way, truly, I am, I did not mean to offend you, but I will write what I want. If you are bothered by something that I write, be respectful in your disagreement with me and remember, I have opinions I don't have to change for you. Thank you for your time.))))
(These are liable to change whenever I feel necessary, but I believe it's fair to let my readers know what they're getting into. I hope to be able to keep this schedule, but I make no promises. It's more of a guideline and goal setting for me because I have a lot of projects I want to finish this year! :))
Locked Away is updated a minimum of once a week, up to a maximum of every three-two days.
Equanimitywill be updated a minimum of once bi-weekly, up to twice a week.
Until the Daywill have weekly updates since it is a short story.
The Body and Mad Season are all updated on a 'inspiration' schedule. Which means I will likely only update them when I'm in the mood to do so.
Anything else not included here that are among the uncompleted genre after 2015 will be updated a minimum of once a month until the completion of Locked Away and then this will of course change accordingly.
Again, this is for reference because I get a lot of questions about this! However, life does happen and this is a free-gig/hobby, so I only update quickly because I -want- to. I by no means have to. I haven't had anyone complain, I just wanted you all to know so you have a bit of a time frame! Have a fun, and safe reading!
-- "It may sound absurd, but don’t be naive, even heroes have the right to bleed. I may be disturbed, but won’t you concede, even heroes have the right to dream." - Five for Fighting
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