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Author has written 11 stories for Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z, Xiaolin Showdown, Twilight, Ouran High School Host Club, and Sherlock.
Hi, you. It's nice to see you. Is that a new haircut? Looks great. I suggest some face paint next time, though, preferably in a nice purple like the one Kankuro in Naruto uses.
Let me get you up to speed:
It's (...what does it say up there? Oh! May 17, 2012) the day of my AP World History test, which I feel like I did swimmingly on. I now have more time, at least until my summer classes start. (Seriously. What. Is. With. Me. [Grammatical Error]) I'm probably going to be writing some stuff, or looking at older things I have but never posted; believe me, there's dozens of folders on my computer with FanFiction that I either never finished, barely started, or didn't post. In fact, just recently I posted a tiny oneshot I happened to sort of like, even though it mightn't even have been complete. Right now, I'm working on Naruto story, simply because I've been in a Naruto phase for a couple weeks. Also because there's not enough KibaOC and KankuroOC and other things I enjoy reading.
Do I take requests? Ehh... Yeah, sometimes, if you're lucky. Usually only if it's a oneshot will I take it and write it and post it. Oneshots are godsends; twoshots are two godsends; threeshots are just tacky.
Betaread this for me...? Um..okay. I haven't betaread in a long while, though I imagine the process is still the same. Granted, I'll have to like the fandom and the story in order to agree, but I'm usually pretty cool about these sorts of things and up for a lot of things.
So...what stories of yours are safe to read Yeah, there's definitely some I wouldn't recommend. I don't get rid of my newbie stories because of a) nostalgia and b) people who actually happen to like those...things. But there are good stories in that list! Here's my recommendations:
*Ash Remains is the new oneshot. It's from the Sherlock (BBC) fandom and it's very short, so you don't need much of an attention span.
*Comforting Souls is okay. It's also a oneshot, but older and a bit longer. This one's from the Twilight fandom and it's probably the only thing I'll ever write in that fandom that has to do with Edward and Bella. If you haven't already guessed, I'm not good with titles. At all.
*Guidance is another Twilight werewolf one. This is actually a chapter story. I liked it a lot until the last few chapters. I don't remember what was going with me then, but it must've been one helluva writer's block (as well as a really long break from writing that story) that made me write what I did. I did intend to finish it, but then it got really bad and I just couldn't even look at it anymore. The first, oh, eleven-ish chapters are good, though. It's unfinished and at this rate I doubt it ever will be.
*I'm Sorry, Angel is nice. I really like this twoshot. It's also from Twilight, but features my favorite part: the wolves. In particular, this one deals with Seth and an OC and an imprint that doesn't work out for their relationship. Also brings in a different werewolf.
*Not Another One, Nor Two is horrible (the title, at least). It's an OHSHC (Ouran High School Host Club) oneshot that was intended to be a chaptered story, but, again, that never really works out with me (except with Z Story, which isn't helping my case). It's about the Hitachiin twins in middle school, back when they were the horrible little jerks they were, and about this girl who tries to befriend them and sees through their game because of some reason you'll have to read to find out. Sort of cheesy (but I think that about all my stories).
*Under the Rain is a DPPGZ (Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z) story. Unlike Z Story and She Never Thought (also DPPGZ stories), this is just a oneshot and it's not bad, as far as my newbie work goes. I'm likely never going to write in this fandom again, which is a shame considering I have a couple of drafts for a story (from waaaay back then) that I intended to write. Oh well. This oneshot's about Kaoru, or Buttercup, and Butch. Bearable sadness.
*Who Needs Dreams? is sort of cheesy Twilight werewolf oneshot. EmbryOC. It's a scene between Embry and his imprint (who shows up in no other stories of mine or anyone else's...ever) that's romantic without being so physical and kissy and just no. (Made with the same sort of intention as CS, come to think...) It's just him and his soul mate, sharing a moment every night that can only be explained away by imprinting.
Hey! If you're reading this, you've just clicked on my profile. Either you're looking for another story or you're lost—either way, you'll soon be leaving, no? Oh, well. Leave me some hugs here if you love me!
Little me is just fourteen years old as of October 26, 2010. Random information: I'm a very tall teenage girl who acts like una viejita and wants to live in Victorian times...for a while, not forever (they barely took baths! Ew!). I'm of Spanish heritage, but my Spanish has been slipping over the past few years... Still! If you wanna speak with me in español, I'll be more than happy to respond. :)
I like to think of myself as a normal person...but, then, my friend says I'm a bit of a stupid Mary Sue. A Mary Sue, as any experienced FanFiction writer knows (and new FanFicxies should learn and avoid), is a character that is favored and focused upon by the writer, too perfect in the extreme (ex; Bella, from Twilight [I'm probably gonna get angry PMs for that...]). Mary Sues are character that either everyone loves no matter what they do, or everyone hates without reason, everything bad happens to them and they're "poor, innocent" characters who just suffer so much. This is a perfect Mary Sue test (or good, I guess, since we don't want the test to be May-Sueish, do we?). It's lengthy, but worth it.
Anyways, my friend considers me something of a living Mary Sue. I have to get all A-1-As on my report card, I cannot get Cs or even Bs, I have to be the "smartest" in class...and so forth. And other stuff. And while I understand her point—grudgingly—I do not like it. -.- But I seriously don't think I'm a living Mary Sue—my faults lie within my personality. Oh well. This is the same friend that calls me a "Grammar Nazi" in all seriousness.
Anyways, thanks for reading through my very distracted snippet of a bio. Enjoy the stories below—though, I warn you, some of them were my very early projects and are complete garbage (like the one titled "Z Story", which still gives me nightmares because of its grammatical and orthographical faults, not to mention flaws within the storyline and orientation itself). I haven't gotten rid of those junky stories because, simply put, some people actually like them. (I know; it shocked me, too.) But if you're a stickler for grammar and correct spelling and non-tacky plots, head for some of the better stories, like the Twilight one-shots.
Fan Fiction Terminology
ALL FanFiction writers should be familiar with the lingo many of us use. It's typical to see things such as OC, FemSlash!, or AU on the summary for the fan fiction itself, but how many of us really know what it means the first time around? When I was a newbie, it took me a while to grasp what "AU", "OC", or "OOC" meant. Here's lists I wish I had those first weeks, maybe even months. Heck, I'm still learning new terms with this!
Fan Fiction Dictionary - not exactly covers every term out there, but it does a good job of explaining the ones it has.
Fan Fiction Terms - Oh, Wikipedia, what would we do without you? Personally this one's better than the previous, but it's also more lengthy.
"T'was The Night Before Christmas" Poem - I love this poem; it's fairly long, and I enjoyed reading it aloud. .
Ravenclaw - 88/100
Said Ravenclaw, "We'll teach those whose intelligence is surest."
Ravenclaw students tend to be clever, witty, intelligent, and knowledgeable. Notable residents include Cho Chang and Padma Patil (objects of Harry and Ron's affections), and Luna Lovegood (daughter of The Quibbler magazine's editor).
Slytherin: 62/100 HufflePuff: 64/100 Gryffindor: 25/100
For example, the following from the R&G page:
Entries not allowed:
Non-stories: lists, bloopers, polls, previews, challenges, author notes, and etc.One or two liners.MST: comments inserted in between the flow of a copied story.Stories with non-historical and non-fictional characters: actors, musicians, and etc.Any form of interactive entry: choose your adventure, second person/you based, Q&As, and etc.Chat/script format and keyboard dialogue based entries.
Yet 4 and 5 are actually pretty common. 1, 3, and 6 are less so, but still found in every fandom I can think of (besides the ones with only a couple entries).
For people that hate stereotypes: If you think people should just shut up and stop, put this on your profile. (BOLD the ones you are.)