Author has written 2 stories for Beetlejuice, and Kingdom Hearts.
The name's Kendran. A budding author or in hope of becoming one.
My favorite color is green
My favorite music is anything with a guitar solo.
I have dirty blond (my friends call it brown but it used to be blond, I promise) straight hair that reaches my waist and green eyes
My Zodiac animal is the monkey (too many descriptions to include all of them, but I find I fit a lot of them).
My favorite animal is the tiger, second favorite is the dog, my favorite mythical animal is defiantly DRAGONS!
I will read almost anything if is fantasy
Well now that's settled, please, enjoy my stories and give me feedback.
Let me make one thing clear to you all, I have not, and hopefully will never give up on my stories. Beetlejuice and Organization VII will be continued!
Have comments? Don't be shy, send me something, I'll take you're criticism, but just remember, you bite me, I bite back.
Author's Corner: The Things I've noticed as a writer...
1. I have a lot of ideas for a lot of stories, so I have a lot of projects I've started, but haven't finished. Look below if you require proof. This is partly due to my perfectionist, yet procrastinator tendencies. But another big part of it has to do with how excited I get over an idea for a Fan-fiction, start writing, and then having no idea what next to do with it. I start stories too early, before the idea has a chance to grow into a full fledged story, so I get stuck. My advice for anyone wanting to write in general, let any and all ideas flow and come into your head, but don't start really writing things down until you have a synopsis. It doesn't even have to be more than three lines, just know in the vicinity of where this story will end so you don't just ramble around like me.
2. The most important thing a story can center around, even more important than the plot, is about the relationship's between characters. Relationships between protagonist, between antagonist, between protagonist and antagonist, all of these take top priority. You can have the most incredible events in the entire cosmos happen to your main character, and all of it mean shit if it does not change how that character interacts with the world and others. It is how we deal with ourselves, others, and the world; and how each of these things deal with us that molds us into the people we become.
3. Characters should be human. Characters that are two-dimensional cardboard cutouts that have only one defining aspect, are not human and do not get lasting points across.
4. Continuity matters. That is all.
5. Everything that happens, every conversation that is had, must be geared towards the plot in some way. The plot can be as simple as going to the store or getting a girlfriend/boyfriend. If that be the case, then everything the reader sees should be centered around it. Don't add anything the story doesn't absolutely need. Fluff is events and conversations that do not pertain to the plot. If the main hero went off the rails somehow, onto an entirely different adventure than what he/she was doing and gained/learned something at the end of it, that will matter when he/she gets back to the original plot, then it's not fluff. Sub-plots affect the main plot. If the "Sub-plot" does not affect the main plot, then it's a completely different plot and deserves a completely different story.
6. Use as few words as possible.
7. Descriptions are good. They let the reader know where they are and what is happening. Only describe something if there is a point in describing it. A location is described because it reveals aspects that the main character will have to deal with, usually in the form of either another character or the time spent at that location, same issue with clothes and looks. After every description the question should be asked, "why should the reader care?"
8. When there is dialogue, the reader should be let in on who is talking.
9. Sometimes you have to disregard the rules.
10. You are the creator of your story. If someone is telling you to take it out a scene, you are the only one who can take out that scene. Don't be pushed around by what others tell you, this is yours, you have final say. Stand firm before the like and wants of others, but try not to shut out those that wish to help you express yourself better.
11. Above all, write for yourself.
If anyone has anything to add to this list, please private message me. I can't guarantee that it'll get on here but I'll try and let you know. Also, if anyone would like to copy and paste to their own profile, I have no qualms.
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