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Author has written 8 stories for Naruto, and Harry Potter.
Personal Status: A university student.
Q & A Ver. 2
Destiel or SasuNaru?
Do you update at least two chapters to your stories in one sitting/asap?
It depends, unfortunately. I lose focus on my fics and therefore I can't continue them without interest, and that's a habit I'm trying to break.
What did you think of Naruto 700, the last chapter? How do you feel now that the manga has ended (although there's going to be a sequel)?
How dare you ask me this.
All I'm going to say about 700 is that it rubbed so much salt into my gaping wounds. In other words - I HATE IT. I can go on an endless bitter, angry rant, but let's save that for another day, hm?
Regardless, Naruto is an enormous part of my life. He grew up with me through childhood and my high school years, and although it's ridiculously bittersweet, Naruto nostalgia will stay inside my heart until I develop wrinkles. The blonde idiot was a hero to me: a best friend. He laughed with me, cried with me, and gave me new friends. He was one of the greatest sources of happiness in my life. For god's sake, I was introduced to the brilliant world of fan fiction and yaoi because of him. I became open-minded, learned how to treat others respectably, and his moral values reinforced what characteristics make one a better person.
The years may pass, but this Naruto fandom is HUGE! It's a LEGACY! It's unbelievable. Every day there are new people that get into Naruto, so his tale is never-ending. The anime still has a long way to go, and fans will continue to crank out so many amazing fics, fanart, doujinshi etc. up to the end of the world. I love him so much that I consider him my son in a weird way (both him and Sasuke are my babies).
BLEH. Part III...ID refuse to voice my rather sour opinions on it. I might - might, not will - watch it and read the sequel manga, of course, but be careful because I'm going to be SUPER CRITICAL and SUPER DISDAINFUL. One word: cash.
Be concise! Be descriptive! Plot twists/elements of surprise capture readers! Once upon a time I was one of the worst writers out there! Trust me -- it's all about practice and the way you can manipulate the English language to create some dastardly good masterpieces! If an author goes on and on i.e write CHUNKS of things they're not required to provide (or write down everything), they may be hindering character development/the plot.
Make your characters stand out: main characters should never quite 100% overshadow other characters. Supporting/extra characters must never be empty or hollow. Don't let them just stand there idly and exchange dialogue with your main character(s). Give your characters perky traits (Chandler from Friends--hullo my baby) or traits that you are able to work with. Get creative! Give them a purpose. Their identities are important!
Overall, excellent stories are full of uniqueness. Clichés work very well too! Keep in mind that you don't want your story to be another stale donut in the box that splutters and dies!
USE YOUR IMAGINATION (:
My first priority atm is my education so everybody thank you SO MUCH for being patient. Updates during school are most likely to be once a month now [assignment and project overload]...if that's alright with all of you! THANK YOU AGAIN. Really. I appreciate all the support!
Advice to follow:
"I'm not the kind of author who's ashamed of her failed, sucky, totally noob work... it's kind of funny to read once in a while & see how far I've gotten over the years. It's nice to have your failures in your pocket as a reference of what-to-avoid. Aha." - Keelah, author of IM
Hahaha I definitely agree with her. You may view my stories that were last updated from four-seven year(s) ago at your own discretion!
My Lord, My King
That's What She Said
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