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Author has written 136 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Command & Conquer, South Park, Smurfs, Beavis and Butt-Head, Snorks, Fallout, Tetris, Zombie Survival Guide, Dead Frontier, Half-Life, SpongeBob SquarePants, Where's Waldo?, Alan Wake, Angry Birds, Banjo-Kazooie, Pokémon, Left 4 Dead, Sims, and World War Z.
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Pen Name: Nigel Yearning
Former Pen Name: Citizenship (2009 - 2011) Antrodextorm (2011 - 2013)
Alignment: True Neutral
Favorite Genre: Science Fiction, Military Techno-thriller
Community: Tesla Adventures
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Last updated on February 13, 2013
Hello. I am Nigel Yearning, and I am a writer.
I write stories on certain categories just for fun, I make things up as I am writing the story. Of course, sometimes I make editing errors in my stories I often tried to correct many of them as possible. I mainly check on my stories for views and comments almost everyday, to see what effect it had on the visitors of my stories.
It was difficult to craft my writing into perfection, my early stories had a lot of flaws to them. Even though I was writing great stories with great ideas, it was frustrating not to get reviews. I hadn't thought how successful many of my stories are, I'd written so many yet not many people reviewed them. The truth was, my hobby as a writer came by accident.
I was looking for zombie stories about Sonic the Hedgehog on Bing and found the FanFiction.Net sight, so I clicked on it and found some stories about Sonic the Hedgehog. Inspired by these stories, I decided to write my own. To do that, I've created a character that I had never thought will develop to its current state. Johnathon Dimitri Reznov. I first wrote in script format, but was soon caught by a writing critic. It took me awhile, but I fixed up the story quickly. Another writing critic gave me "encouragement" and writing advice after writing a few more Sonic the Hedgehog stories, which are now deleted due to my paranoia about some of my stories not appearing on the search engine.
I wrote a bit of South Park, put in too much content about "interesting stuff" in one story, which is big enough to be an actual novel. In that story, I developed my character's background and family members. Everything else was randomly thought of. I wrote a story about a zombie pandemic in South Park, which became a massive hit. It was still my most famous story I've ever made, I even made a sequel but never finished it until months later.
I spend the later half of 2010 working on Smurf stories, then Snork stories. When 2011 rolled around, writing on FanFiction declined since I became focused on other things. Then it was kick-started again around August that year. As of November 2011, I've written an estimate of 40 Smurfs stories and 20 Snorks stories. I have gotten bored with writing in these categories at the moment, so I took a break to focused on another categories. I was naïve then about my stories, it took me a long time to appreciate the work I've made.
Around August 2012, I've began the FanFiction Pokemon series called "Tesla Adventures", its about a Mouse Pokemon who left his island home to search for a family he had brought to the world. Unlike the "Wunderwaffe" universe, novels will make the backbone of the "Tesla Westinghouse" universe instead of short stories. Unlike stories before, these stories will be around 100,000 words. More than my smurf and snork novella stories. These stories are more sophisticated than their predecessors and more thought through, and also less military.
When I write the stories listed below, I always add my characters into them to make it more interesting. Keep in mind of the date when the story was first published, it will help you read the story that's made after one. List these stories on your Story Alerts to keep an update of them, type "Antrodextorm" into the search engine to find my stories amidst Fanfiction's author's stories.
Stories on hold:
Number of Stories:
Alan Wake: 1
Angry Birds: 2
Command & Conquer: 1
Dead Frontier: 1
Sonic the Hedgehog: 2
South Park: 4
Where's Waldo?: 1
Zombie Survival Guide: 1
*Cheat Sheet Section*
Metric System Conversion:
Kilo - 1000
Hecta - 100
Deka - 10
Meter/ Gram/ Liter - 1
Deci - .01
Centi - .001
Milli - .0001
Review Story Chart:
This is the chart I use when I review stories. The good thing, for you guys, is that it contains nothing negative.
1. Perfect: The story is just to incredible to explain its greatness. Note that this is rare to get this rating, consider yourself lucky when you get it.
2. Excellent: The story has a well-developed plot, everything is understandable, or it is inspirational.
3. Great: The story sits on the middle of a balance, it meets average standards in everything. Very common to get.
4. Very Good: The story has a well-developed plot, inspirational, or is easy to read. Very Common to get.
5. Good: The story is worth reviewing and it has potential.
Point Of View Examples:
First-Person: I have the ball, I'm going to throw it over there.
Second-Person: You have the ball, you're going to throw it over there.
Third-Person: He has the ball, he's going to throw it over there.
Roman Numeral Conversion:
I = 1
V = 5
X = 10
L = 50
C = 100
D = 500
M = 1000
The Writing Process:
1. Novel: Above 50,000 Words
2. Novella: 10,000 - 50,000 Words
3. Short Story: 7,000 - 10,000 Words
NOTE: This is a special privilege that is hard to get, doing work with me will get you a spot in this section.
Websites: Listed In Alphabetical Order
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