Author has written 30 stories for Dragon Ball Z, Kim Possible, Harry Potter, X-Men, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, and Naruto.
Welcome to My humble storage facility of rampant ideas and shortcomings. I have been to this site for way to many years and will offer this advise to anyone just joining or a long term member. This is fan fiction. We do not own anything and in the end we are all truly insane for arguing over each others different points of view. Yes a story may stink, but the fact that anyone is brave enough to put it out to be called shit is commendable. Some us are here to actually improve our either meager or amazing writing skills. So all I ask is that you be honest when you review my stories and comment on them. Reviews like Great story or this is crap are unwanted. I would appreciate it if that is all you are going to say please keep it to your self. I love reviews as much as the next person, but that is not a review it is a passing glance in to a conversation that had potential, but never went anywhere.
I just wanted to thank any one who has ever reviewed a piece of my work. Wither it was good or bad i glad that i spark the emotions in you to leave a piece of your mind with it.
That and I want to give praise to the two fics that inspired me to attempt this dabble in fiction in the first place. Which shows just how long I have been reading fan fiction. These titles are old people like beginning of the Internet age old. lol. The first was Maturity in B minor by Dyce and the second was The Last Warrior by Nora Jemison. Both are excellent fics that I still would recommend to this day, but I might be a little biased.
"the most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable, and so, if he is romantic, he tries to change it. And if he is not romantic personally he is apt to spread discontent among those who are." H.L. Mencken Smart Set Magazine December 1919