Let's face it. The internet is cluttered with fanfiction, and most of it is dreadful. I'm here to help you find the good stuff.
When I review, I review strenuously. You will be graded. If your score is in the 70s or 80s, congrats- you're doing well. If your story's score is in the 90s, I'll mark it as one of my favorites. If your story sucks...well, you're out of luck. Sorry. Edit the crap out of it, and we'll talk.
I'm not here to make you feel terrible, and I'm not here to make you feel awesome. I'm here to be honest. It's time to give up on one-sentence reviews that say "nice plz update soon" and useless comments about how awful stories are fine. Let's have some standards, people.
"But you don't have any stories posted," you say. "Why should I listen to what you have to say?"
Well, I've actually been writing on this site since my middle school days. I have nearly a hundred stories posted. I'm in my twenties, and I'm graduating in two weeks with a degree in English. I know what I'm talking about. Maybe you can even figure out which one is my real profile. Good luck with that.
This is no fifteen-year-old cyberbully. I'm here to weed out the crap fics from well-written stories. I now run a blog called "The Archives" where I post all the reviews I've written of various fanfictions. Click on the link for my homepage to find it.
If you're ready for some tough love and constructive criticism, send me a PM and tell me which story of yours you think is best. I'd be happy to review it for you. Just be prepared. I don't believe in sugarcoating.
I read any fandom, any rating, any pairing, any thematic material. But if it sucks, I'll let you know.
Stories I've Reviewed:
"The Gift" by Burenda (92)
"Guilt?" by Spotted Dancer (36)
"Promise" by Hiddenfilly (68)
"Snowfall and Mistletoe" by twilightkell15 (75)
"The Voyage of Azula" by Edward Vaughan Williams (37)