Author has written 2 stories for Maximum Ride, Code Lyoko, and Twilight.
To those who read fanfictions only to flame:
I don't care if you flame a story. It just proves how immature and disrespectful you are. Be warned, though: if you flame me, your stories better be good, because I'll read them. I don't flame in retaliation. I'm above such ridiculous antics. I do, however, use real criticism when I review, and I will review every story you have if you flame me. Since most of you flamers are people who probably can't handle any negative feedback at all, I'd watch what you post. I'm polite, but I won't tell you everything is all ponies and rainbows if I see something about your story I don't like. I accept your flame, look for any bits of actual criticism in it, consider said criticism (should any actually be found), and then report abuse. I don't need a flame on my story. It's unnecessary. I won't be bullied into removing a story, or changing a story, or getting a beta, simply to please someone else. I write my fanfiction for me. I enjoy it. If you don't, why bother reviewing? Who cares? I mean, if you simply want to state that I need to work on grammar or something, or just comment on a part you didn't like, or you're going to do something that's actually focused on helping me improve as a writer opposed to belittling me, feel free. If all you have to offer is a flame, you're reading the wrong story for you. Hit the little back arrow in the upper left corner of your browser, find a different story that you do like, and back the truck off of mine.
On that happy note, to the rest of you who read my stories and are respectful, I do thank you very much for your support. I love that little bubbly excited feeling I get when I see that I've gotten a new review. You lovers of my fanfictions are wonderful.
Love, Butterbeer, and Chainsaws,
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