Author has written 13 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh.
Hey, how's it going? :)
Welcome to my profile page! If you're looking for updates, you...probably won't get them here. I'm only an "occasional fanficcer" so sometimes I will write a story (95% of the time, it will be during the summer or holiday season), but most of the time, I'm more so interested in finding a story to fall in love with. As of right now, I only write stories in the Yu-Gi-Oh! fandom, but it was always my goal to write a story in other fandoms as well (side note: WHY do I only write YGO fanfiction? It's not like the series was really that good, in fact, it's an interest I'd be embarrassed to admit I liked in public!! Maybe it's because there were SO many things in that show that were left unsaid. And I was also really unhappy with the way the show refused to develop a handful of characters, with Ryou Bakura being my favorite, yet completely dismissed by the series. I guess I like YGO mostly for the villains...) If I happened to try fanfiction in another fandom, I think I might like to focus on Attack on Titan!! Maybe someday?
Disclaimer About My Writing:
So we probably learned all about it in English class: the divine power of editing. Aside from your own eyes, you need another fresh pair to critically glance over your own work to make it better. We all have our own biases and reservations, and another opinion can help you target flaws within your work to make it better. I admire every writer who has a beta/editor, and you can usually tell when someone is graced with one.
That all being said, I struggle spectacularly with updates. Therefore, when I write something, I unfortunately just post it after a couple read-throughs. Is this a bad thing to do? I'm sure of it. My writing would come off a lot cleaner if only I had the time for an editor. So, please forgive me for my inability to ask for extra help...definitely not an arrogance/ignorance issue, it's just an issue of time.