Author has written 14 stories for Harry Potter, Devil May Cry, Bleach, Eyeshield 21, NiGHTS, Mononoke, Homestuck, Rise of the Guardians, and Mythology.
Writer/artist looking for a place to get honest critique for her work (And not just commenting on a few spelling errors please. I am aware that these stories are not 'perfect' nor are they ever going to be. Because I am not PAID for these. I write them for fun, thus I do not care.) Random flames, lack of any real evidence of understanding the work and just making nasty comments because it's not what you would write will be laughed at and added to a file of 'things to amuse me'.
Though if you give an adress with any comment I may if I have time at the moment, talk to you and review your review as it may go LOL. I'm rather good at that. I like spirited conversations.
I deleted some old stories, and added a new one.
Morning afters, while this story may not be considered 'complete', since the story is written only chapter by chapter as I come up with ideas and get one key bit of something to use, without that imagry I have nothing to write about. So thank everyone for your kind reviews and encouragement. I just need some ideas to be able to continue it.
I was informed about a rather surprising event that some of my stories got read recently at a reading sampling panel at a con. And not a bad fanfic panel either! :D
I shall note here again. THESE STORIES ARE NOT PERFECT. I do a cursory check for spelling and major grammar but I will not spend the months I spend on works I get paid for, for something I will not see a dime on.
If a few minor spelling errors bother you that much, then please. Feel free to correct them and send me full files (with ALL my notes and headers and footers attached, because I'm not going to be bothered with the work if I have to go over every bit of it to put stuff back) in html or word format. I will give a look over and happily load them over the old files.
If you remove my headers and footers then it may take a long time if ever for the works to end up replacing the old ones.