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Author has written 16 stories for Harry Potter, Alex Rider, Septimus Heap, Merlin, and Hunger Games.
One of the best things about an author to is to be able to depict pictures from words. For the readers to marvel at the magnificence they describe, to feel the emotions of each character - to cry hard, to laugh hard throughout their stories. I adore stories like that, and I find myself going over and over books like these multiple times, and the experience never gets tiring.
I aspire to be an author like that.
Reviews that reflect my reader's reactions are the ones I love reading the most - be it hysterical, sometimes nonsensical, capitalized to accentuate screaming or basically scolding me for being evil to my characters or otherwise. :P
Having written the piece yourself, its unavoidable that you have a different perspective from the readers. The hints you drop might be interpreted differently, or the rewriting of a scene may lead you to lose out on some points in which you thought you'd conveyed. But by reading your reader's reviews, you'll be able understand their point of view - and when most of them suits your intentions perfectly, you can know you're on the right track.
I have struggled with frequent updates for a long time, as studies require much dedication - and as a result writing has always taken a back-seat. At some point I started writing because of something that felt akin to obligation, but of course that defeats the purpose of me starting out on this website in the first place. Now I understand why people start multiple stories and update between spaces of long periods of time. It's kind of off-putting for readers obviously, but it's become my habit.
As a result, I only write when I feel inspired to - in any fandom, or in any kind of fantasy world I decide to construct. That's why I cannot promise frequent updates.
In general I try to avoid abandoning stories, as usually the plot-lines I present have gone through much detailed thinking (same cannot be said for early stories, many apologies). But if I come up with a better way of expressing the intended theme, I might just do that.
Lastly, thank you so much for the many reviewers I have met in my writing journey so far. It's undeniable - reading reviews is one of the greatest fun in writing :P
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