Author has written 1 story for Gakuen Alice.
Name: Madeleine Sunga
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" Girls are like apples on trees. The best ones are at the top of the tree.The boys dont want to reach for the good ones because they are afraid of falling and getting hurt. Instead, they just get the rotten apples from the ground that aren't as good, but easy. So the apples at the top think something is wrong with them, when in reality, they're amazing. They just have to wait for the right boy to come along, the one who's brave enough to climb all the way to the top of the tree." ~Unknown...
Ten reasons to write in Fanfiction.net~
The Massive Plotholes:
Let's face it. When writers shift from writing for themselves to writing for publishers and production companies, their creations are subjected to external pressures. Plots and characters can be warped in order to meet the demands of those who produce the works and issue the paychecks. As a result, stories can end up with a lack of continuity, details might be changed mid-stream, and plots might be developed and then dropped before being resolved. Such external demands upon a writer might also result in personality transplants for some of our beloved characters and annoying out-of-character behavior. The good news is that every dropped plotline, every mistake in the details, and every out-of-character moment can inspire a fanfiction author.
The Desire For More:
Everything eventually comes to an end. When it involves characters we have grown to love and appreciate, sometimes we like to live in denial. We've enjoyed the story and we don't want it to end. Writers of fanfiction turn that into a reality and continue to provide further adventures for the characters we love.
Despite what some might claim, it is actually harder to construct good fanfiction than it is original fiction. Putting yourself into the heads of characters you did not create and managing to portray them adequately is far more challenging than creating a character whose thoughts and motivations you already understand. Sometimes writers like a bit of a challenge, a way to flex those creative muscles, and so they turn to fanfiction.
Experimentation goes hand in hand with the challenge. Fanfiction provides writers with a relatively safe medium in which to test new styles of writing, different types of characterization, and just explore the possibilities. Maybe she has never written a romance before and wants to give it a shot, or has always admired those who craft exciting adventures and wants to try it herself. If the experiment fails, there is no harm done. The author can either try again and again until the new technique is mastered or decide to try something different.
Fanfiction provides a unique pathway for gaining feedback on the style of writing, on the characterization, on the plot development, and even the pacing and flow of the words. Feedback in invaluable to any author - without it, it is impossible to improve. But any writer of original fiction should be rightly wary of posting their new and unpublished work on the internet for review. While plagiarism is a universal bad thing, if someone steals fanfiction it is not likely to hamper a later effort to get published.
Writing original fiction is a time consuming process. An author slaves over a story for a very long time, doing his best to make it as good and tight as he possibly can. Once he is satisfied with it, however, the process has only just begun. There will be editors and publishers and deadlines and it could be years before he finally sees his work on the shelves. With fanfiction, a story can be published as soon as the writer thinks it is complete. Criticism, reviews, feedback, and commentary all quickly follow, and that can be quite satisfying and immediately gratifying.
While not what I would consider a 'good' quality, some people write fanfiction for the attention they receive. Good stories receive plenty of praise, and bad stories receive a lot of criticism. Either way, the author gets what he or she wanted, attention.
Fanfiction writers are, at heart, social creatures. No matter what the fandom, fanfic authors will find a way to gather. Finding people that share their love of a specific fandom can be a powerful motivator. They commune together and discuss the show, critique one another's works, and cheer one another on.
Before the Storm by jackthepumpkin777
^.~ been driving me nuts since the first time i read it