Miko-Holic
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Joined 05-20-09, id: 1940844, Profile Updated: 04-18-11
Author has written 1 story for Haruhi Suzumiya series.

Greetings.

I am Miko-Holic. My favorite fandoms are Touhou Project, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, the Cthulhu Mythos, and Fallout.

A word to the curious:

I'm a guy who, for the most part, does not mind fanon. However, fanon begins to irk me when it overtakes canon in most people's minds. However, there are some aspects of fanon that are fun/make a story easier to write.

So, say, if a wrote a story about Marisa Kirisame and Alice Margatroid, I'd stay clear away from most of their fan-interpretations, writing them as neighbors and good friends instead of one or the other pining after the other (any story containing any pining whether it be fanfiction or not irks me).

Also, I would not exaggerate someone's characterization for the ease of writing, e.g. making Itsuki Koizumi fruitier then a fruit tree instead of making him the overall-ambiguous person he is.

However, that does not mean I'm a stick in the mud. I adore crack fics; my old-shames are nearly all crack-fics. If you wish to find them, dig into the heap of filth and detritus known as the Naruto section. Hint: I wrote the stories when there were only roughly 2,000 stories total for the series. No, I will not tell you what exactly to look for. Now, however, one important caveat: if you're writing crack, make it quality crack. Just making a random story and explaining it as "lol random" is usually worse then when someone writes a serious fic and fails spectacularly.

Strive for "FLCL" random, the kind of random and insanity that feels good to read. Then again, I'm probably asking for to much, including myself.

I hope you enjoy whatever I write.

Letters to the fans reviews
Letters written by the characters of the show, addressing their status within the fan community. Will cover mostly minor characters.
Haruhi Suzumiya series - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 274 - Reviews: 2 - Published: 6/30/2009