Author has written 13 stories for Naruto, Inuyasha, Her Majesty’s Dog, Bleach, Legend of Korra, Fairy Tail, and Young Justice.
I would change my handle/username on here but. I don't want people to think I've disappeared?
About my fanfiction on the site...
Importante Noticia - I have learned to prioritize, people. I will be revising these here are my Big-time line-up:
NUMBAH 1: Phantasms
Why? I shall focus on, and put most effort into Phantasms because...well...really, I did so much research for that story it was ridiculous. I mean, cultural accuracy, anyone? So, I love it. It's practically my baby. But I'm truly worried that I'll never be able to re-work it because I love it as is.
NUMBAH 1.5: Nine Soldiers of Sound
Why? It's my other baby. I actually did almost as much research on this as I did Phantasms. And I love the plot. And my set-up. I tried making it Crime/Supernatural/Sci-Fi/Cyberpunk/biopunk/Drama/Action(which comes later)/Horror(due to the later gore and blood-spatter). So yeah. My first attempt at the government being corrupt...my second attempt at a drama where multiple things happening at once are crucial to the plot. I might turn it into a series.
But I messed up the plot, I think. I need to rectify a lot.
Number 2: Vigilantism
it'll probably go for like 26 chapters. i like that i can update it whenever the images come to me because it's just a small look into a story with a vague plot.
NUMBAH 3: Folklore Young Justice Stories
What? Folklore? Yes, it's not even up yet. I know. Still got a few kinks to work out. Planning on folklore and fairy tales from around the world and telling stories via Young Justice characters.
Also, I sort of have too many projects going on at once so, on the side, I will be trying out a few one-shots to hone my skills and get them out of the way. Then we'll see if I can definitely update soon. But I will finish these stories if it kills me. I just won't rush it. It turns out bad if I rush it.
I use Japanese romanization in Phantasms because there isn't really a translation for such things -for example "youkai". I mean youkai means "haunts" and "apparitions" and "phantasms". They take the role in mythology as "faery". Not "devil" because those are fallen angels in Christianity. And did you know that the Japanese have different (like a bunch of different) classifications of "ghost"? And "spirit". And "soul". They are two different things. I use the Japanese terms in order to explain something really long-winded - like saying "bourei" instead of "a ghost that is the spirit of something that had a (violent?)death at sea(?)", but "yuurei", "ayakashi", and "obake" are also words for "ghost". It's the same as using "multitude" instead of "the quality of being numerous; a great gathering or throng; the common people or masses".
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my tumblr handle is dogstarblues
...I love reading. So I am a reader. I am a poet first and foremost.
As a writer I am inclined to better myself, yet I cannot do so if I do not receive feedback on what is wrong in my fan-fiction. Do not be a stranger to criticism. Criticism is your friend. Remember that. You'd be doing the writers a disservice if you don't tell them what is inaccurate and misspelled and if the plot is all over the place... But it's also good to tell the writer what makes the story great and what needs to be kept.
Now, do not get me wrong, I'm not DEMANDing reviews. Not at all. I am stressing the importance of peer editing. It's just helpful to tell me -to tell anybody really- what mistakes I have made...spelling, grammar, anything I have missed or any information I might have gotten wrong. I try to put effort into stories because I'm not gonna go in without being properly equipped for it- I write religiously and, with me, grammar mistakes that I make put me into a sort of panic...sort of.