Author has written 14 stories for Big Time Rush, Animaniacs, Loonatics Unleashed, and Transformers/Beast Wars.
If you've come here wondering what kind of stuff I've been writing lately and why:
Welcome friends, to what is, for now, home of various Loonatics Unleashed one-shots, inter-dynamic team fluff (strictly fluff, like platonic) pairing, etc etc etc.
Although I haven't been completely obsessed with Loonatics for quite some time now, I find myself incapable of being able to tear myself away from the fandom, even despite its unavoidable inactivity as of late. As bad as the show was, I always find myself with a feeling of refreshing freedom whenever I write for it (perhaps because the show was so bad, being that as un-developed as the characters were, it's almost hard to make them OOC), so I like to utilize publication of LU fanfictions to regularly exercise my brain. Likewise, I have a list; literally, a list; of concepts for Loonatics Unleashed fan fictions that I long to write. As biased as I am when it comes to character, most if not all of them are Rev-centric one way or another (not ashamed of it, as this character was terribly neglected, and still is), although I have had quick strokes of ideas that involve the focus shifting on the other characters, as well. [And you can find what I have to say about Rev in the "Favorite Characters" section somewhere further along in my profile.]
Don't get me wrong, by saying "I'm not really obsessed," it doesn't mean I don't absolutely adore the fandom, because I very much do. Loonatics is still one of my favorite cartoons of all time. It's just not been the one thing that's on my mind, lately (cough, Transformers, cough), but I still am livid about it enough to constantly browse the fan fictions and write a little bit of the one-shots every day.
If you haven't guessed or read any of my stories, I'm pretty darn big on character development, so my one-shots tend to be slower than what I assume most people would prefer. There's hardly ever a driving, suspenseful plot-point, especially with the way I've been writing recently (in fact, in my two latest pieces, fractions of the plot devices strategically weren't even specified), as most are "how would the characters act if this happened" stories, instead of "what would the characters do that would make this happen," stories. They're team-dynamic scenarios, scenes of their likeness having unfortunately disregarded potential in the short lifespan of the show. I'm such a huge sucker for various inter-character interactions, so I intend to pair together characters that you probably wouldn't have expected to see in canon.
My favorite kind of fiction: Fluff. I'm such a huge sucker for fluff. Romance? Can hardly ever stand it. But fluff? I take it in bucketfuls when I can, and never get tired of it. I'm always so delighted to see "friendship" as one of the genres in the details queue, and it goes without saying how this all pertains to the stuff that I just wrote. Seeing characters interact with each other and making them tangible and relatable, instead of just having them run around in action-packed sequences shooting lasers and one-liners at bad guys is my kinda thing.
What kind of fluff, you wonder? Sibling fluff. Interestingly, sibling fluff with siblings that aren't blood-related...it's an imminent pleasure of mine, to take the characters of a fandom, especially when they're the "superhero" type on a team or whatever, and ship them as family. I'm not saying I write fan fictions in which they take blood tests and find out they all came from the same womb or whatever, I'm talking about the characters sharing a spiritual bond that's strong to the point they consider themselves brothers and sisters, or fathers/mothers and daughters/sons, in some cases. And by "consider themselves," I mean an oblivious, but very concrete sentiment.
Sooooo, I totally ship Ace/Rev older brother/younger brother pairings, all the dig-darn way, all the dig-darn time. I'm so infatuated with that concept that it's ridiculous, but I love considering the two as having a unique bond in which they're both protective over each other (particularly the former over the latter), and are both happy to have one another on the same team. I'm probably the only one in the fanbase genuinely obsessed with it. My bias for this particular team dynamic probably wouldn't be so strong if it weren't for the indication that Ace is (or is among) the oldest of the team, and Rev is the youngest. Gaaahhh, it's just so cccuuuuutteeee. I ship cute things. I ship them AWLL!
Besides that, I like to pair Rev with pretty much anybody else, with the same kind of relationship status, but inevitably altering distinctively, depending on whoever I stick him with. Lexi and Tech are two of my other favorites, but the latter is so commonly done, that I haven't really gotten around to endeavoring my own unique scenario with it, yet. It's fun, though, because I sense Tech views Rev as more of an equal being with himself than anyone else on the team, but also not, as he considers himself of higher intelligence and skill and what-not. I do have a Tech/Rev friendship fan fiction planned, but, like, I just have to write it and stuff.
Lexi/Rev is older sister/younger brother type-stuff, but I still haven't elaborated on it enough with myself to be completely sure of their particular dynamic. I imagine it being a relationship that started out as distant, but they mindlessly grew closer to each other, and it's that same "protectiveness" kinda thing as with Ace/Rev, but it's just different. Not necessarily weaker or stronger, just something else in its own right. I guess I'll have it figured out when I write the pairing, and I do have one planned (one already written, too, but I lost the draft, so that's history for now), so it'll come in time.
And then there's Slam and Duck and I just don't even know. I've been negligent in thought particularly with the former, who may very well be my least favorite character. Don't misinterpret me; I have absolutely nothing against the guy whatsoever. I don't find him annoying or useless or anything like that, but he's so under-developed that I have the hardest time writing him, and I wish he just wasn't there so that his lackluster presence on the team wouldn't have to be regarded. I do have a relatively clear idea of what kind of relationship I want Duck to have with his teammates (I love Ace/Duck friendship, too), and I do have a Duck fan fiction planned with Rev, so like all else, it'll coming along some time.
If you've been wondering about this "ideas list" that I have aforementioned, it's, like I said, a legit list with bullet points that all have character development scenarios I intend to elaborate on. Right now, there is fifteen such prompts (and the list infrequently expands), and a couple have been completed so far since I've established it. ("Malaise" and "Metaphor," along with "Focus" and "There for You," which existed long before I wrote out the list).
The next fan fiction I have planned is Rev-centric, and amusingly is not really a fluff one. It's an exploration into Rev's psyche, basically, and it's probably one of the most in-action Loonatics fan fictions I've written, next to "Focus." It's the first one I'm attempting to write in which they are on a mission, per se, so it's a challenge, as all are. It's coming along, so it'll probably be published within a week. No more spoilers.
That's what's happening with me. If ever you read my story, I love feedback more than anything as I am constantly trying to improve, so I would really appreciate reviews if you are so willing. The rest of my profile is basically other personal preferences and stuff (some of it is really old, so if you notice my writing style begin to change in the span of my profile with things like a more frequent utilization of emoticons or whatever, that would be why), read at your own risk. None of it is harmful, I assure you.
Preface note: I completely refuse to ever use the term "femme" or "fembot" when referring to female transformers until I know the exact reason why we use French to elaborate on the gender of robots.
I once had a plan in which I was going to write, in detail, about each of my individual obsessions, but I scrapped that realizing that, not only would it disproportionately increase the length of this profile, but it would be overwhelming to accomplish in its own right. Instead, I'm going to list my top eleven (in no sort of order), and simply elaborate on whether or not I'm currently fangirling over them. That way, any passersby will at least get a general idea of what's going on with me:
1. Alvin and the Chipmunks [Not currently obsessed.]
2. Veggie Tales [Not currently obsessed.]
3. Loonatics Unleashed [Semi-obsessed; enough to regularly check the fandom and work on some fics for it.]
4. Transformers [Obsessed.]
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [Semi-obsessed; I'll probably go full-fledged once Nickelodeon's show comes out this September.]
6. Marble Hornets [Not currently obsessed. However, I still hang around the Bro Trinity world and Slenderverse.]
7. Chip N' Dale [Not currently obsessed.]
8. Animaniacs [Not currently obsessed.]
9. Looney Tunes [Not currently obsessed.]
10. Repo! The Genetic Opera [Not currently obsessed.]
11. X-Men [Not currently obsessed.]
One of the greatest efforts I've been trying to make, lately, is habitually write in a unique style. Reading David Morell's book, The Successful Novelist has made me realize how so-very crucial individuality in literature is, and the fear of being generic has been working me over the edge to the point of Writer's Block and lack of desire to publish anything. He told a short metaphoric story in which, if you had one hundred books in front of you not knowing who wrote what, you would only be able to pick out five percent that you knew the author of. Without knowing in the first place; that only a minimal amount of authors are so distinctive that you wouldn't need to see their name on the cover of the book to know they wrote the story. Right now, that's my ultimate goal. Be unique. And beyond that, I also would like to cut down on my terrible run-on sentences.
Other information would be found in the following snip. Given that I wrote it a while ago, quite a few run-on sentences are present. I apologize for that.
Favorite Characters (in no order):
1. Bumblebee (Transformers): I can easily say that I've grown so attached to this character, I would say that he's one of my favorite fictional personas of all time. I've hung around the Transformers fanbase long enough to know that I'm probably one of the only fans who thinks so much of him, but I do not repeal my opinion. Bumblebee, despite being so many different characters in the fandom's history (to the point where I actually find it a bit overwhelming at times), has charmed me a thousand times over with his numerous flattering qualities. In G1, his eager apprentice warrior-like demeanor forced me to love him, and his striking determination to be kind and do the right thing has always rung a bell in my heart. Sure, he had his tendencies to make mistakes, but in my opinion, that had done nothing but made him more relatable. In Animated, even though he was basically Hot Shot in yellow, I loved his witty smart-alecky nature, as I do rather often in some of my favorite cartoon characters. His huge heart (or spark, rather) were only accentuated by his imperfections, and it was a wonderful combination to build such a character. And so on, I loved the fierce, deadly (and yet sometimes childish) Bumblebee from this movies, the adorable-yet-B.A. Bumblebee from Prime...They will all hold a specail place in my heart to me. Usually, the 'young-gun' or 'little brother/sidekick' characters annoy the heck out of me. But Bumblebee has made himself into an easy exception for me. There are times in which I feel overwhelmed by how much of him there is (as in, all of the thousands of comic book universes that I know virtually nothing about), but in the end, I can't go on feeling like this. Not with those big optics staring right at me. As far as I'm concerned, this 'Goldbug' does not exist. There is only one, perpetually-existing Bumblebee.
2. Yakko Warner (Animaniacs): My favorite cartoon character of all time, no competition. It shall forever remain that way. I can't properly exaggerate how much I fell in love with Yakko when I first got into Animaniacs, how much I went head-over-heels with his love of talking (something he and I have in common), his smart-aleckiness that rivaled that of Bugs Bunny himself, what a true model of a cartoon individual he is, his ability to make me want to learn about geography, his perverted humor, his over-all greatness...I really can't, I just can't. There's no amount of gushing that can make spew out the numerous reasons of which I find him to be one of the greatest characters in cinematic history. Not only is he undoubtedly charming beyond any actual description, but he's voiced by Rob Paulsen. Rob. Paulsen. And I could go on just as much about how much I love that guy; he's what introduced me to the world of voice acting and got me as immersed into as I am today. Easily my favorite voice actor of all time, accompanied by my favorite cartoon character of all time...it just encapsulates cinematic perfection in my eyes.
3. Rev Runner (Loonatics Unleashed): I think Rev shares a few qualities with Yakko, and they in part are what made me fall in love with him to the extent that I did. For one thing, Rob Paulsen. Inevitably, I need not to go on about him any further. But I think what really made me gush love over Rev when I first got into Loonatics, is his talking; the very fact that he's such a talker. He just says what he wants to say, and he does it in just a few seconds for your timely convenience, not to mention. Fast talking is something him and I share in common, and when I notice something in characters that we share such as that, I guess it makes me favor them. I suppose because I feel that I can relate to them. It's sad, really, when I think about it, because Rev was a terribly, terribly underestimated and malnourished character in the show, representation-wise. The cartoon, in its short lifespan, failed miserably to really capture the characters and develop them well at all, Rev being one the highest offenders. He got minimal screentime, a grand total of one centric episode, and little dialogue to boot. Somehow, though, I feel I know him better than any of the Loonatics. Probably from picking up on his personality based on how others have written him among the fandom, but a lot of it comes from small observations that I have analyzed and drawn conclusions on, and in the end, I guess I'm okay with that. However, there were subtle hints in the show that, thankfully, made just the right amount of personality for me to biased about him. His bubbling enthusiasm, hyperness, amiableness, willingness to help out...all wonderful, wonderful character traits. He just strikes me as the team's resident ray of sunshine, and I couldn't ask for more.
4. Leonardo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles): Gawsh, I love this guy. Like Bumblebee from Transformers, he's up there in the consecutive office of Favorite Fictional Character of All Time, and will forever remain there. I can safely say I'm not exaggerating when I confide that Leonardo is one of the most brilliantly written characters (mostly in the comics and 2k3 cartoon) in the franchise, if not just in cartoon history all together. Fundamentally, he has charmed me in the past with his role in the team and how he's handled it, what a true hero he's always been. The "Superman" of the Turtles, if you will. He's like the kind of guy that's always been there, always will be there, no matter what happens. I feel like if I was being led in a team under his command, or if my life was in his hands, I would feel completely and utterly secure. It's amazing when I get the impression that I can rely on somebody so much. Somebody who's so admirable and trustworthy. And even underneath all of that heroism that radiates off of him, he has actual, relatable flaws and fears. He cares so much for his family, his friends, and fears losing them more than anything else...he fears failing them. He fairs being less than above standard. As much as a character like that could get on my nerves, Leonardo somehow pulls it off in a way that's so enticing to me, that I feel like I simply can't know enough about him. If only he were real; if only I could sit down and have a conversation with him some day...
5. Gambit (X-Men): COMING SOON
I plan to get some Loonatics fics out there. It's coming along. Slowly but surely.
Hero (Loonatics Unleashed)--I don't want to say that this fan fiction ripped off a scene from a movie, but this fan fiction pretty much ripped off a scene from a movie. If you've watched Fireproof and read this story, then you would understand exactly what I mean when I make this claim. I watched the aforesaid movie quiet a while ago, but I never forgot this one part where Cal (Cal? Caleb? Forget his name) ran into a burning house to save a little girl. I basically took exactly that, applied it to Rev, added a subplot of inner conflict for character development, and just went extremely--I mean, extremely--in-depth with it. Probably why it ended up being my longest one-shot by far with nearly fifteen thousand words. I considered splitting it up into chapters, but then I was like "nah," so I didn't. I assume (or I hope, rather) that the length scared pretty much everybody away, and that's why it got so little attention. (Not to mention the progressive deterioration of the Loonatics fanbase). In any event, I guess I'm relatively satisfied with it, and that's all that really matters.
Metaphor (Loonatics Unleashed)--Despite being a good five thousand words shorter than "Malaise," this might have actually taken longer to write, and that is likely mostly to blame for the fact that I couldn't think of a good ending for it after so much time, among the other times I got stuck through out writing it. Eventually I went back to it sparingly enough to the point where I had forgotten of its existence for a few days, and I had a resolution after about forty-eight hours to just get it over with. It was another "when in doubt" thing; I thought, when in doubt, bring back the plot device. Inevitably, that's what happened, and in the end, I guess I'm satisfied with it. I at least got marvelous feedback.
Malaise (Loonatics Unleashed)--I really wanted to get out another fic after taking such a long hiatus, but had virtually no inspiration from anywhere whatsoever, and taking a break from fan fiction'ing, I fear, put a damper on how easy-going I used to be with it. I thereby searched for help by doing a search on "fanfiction prompts," and found a list of sixty-five, which were all short one-or-two-worded phrases. The first one was "2:00 a.m.," and still I was stuck. I thought, though, when in doubt, make your favorite character sick. So that's inevitably what I did, and this was the result. Not too satisfied with it in the end, and I completely lacked direction while writing it, but at least it exists. Now unto the next, and hopefully I'll get back in the groove as time goes on.
Shoes (Loonatics Unleashed)--I'm actually not sure where the idea for this fic came from. Though I understand that it's strange. I think at the time I was thinking about Toph from The Last Airbender, and I remember in one episode how she refused to wear shoes so she kicked off the soles in this one pair, and for some reason I thought it was appropriate for Rev to hate shoes, as well. If you're as hyperactive and speedy as this bird, you might hate foot garment, too. I don't believe this is particularly well-written, but it was just a fun little effortless project, so to be frank, it's not meant to be. All in all, I'm pretty satisfied with it.
There For You (Loonatics Unleashed)--I'm not sure what exactly made me think of this, but it randomly popped into my head one day while I was trying to think of another good one-shot concept. Since the fanbase implies that Ace is the oldest and Rev is the youngest, I had this little drabble strike in my head, and I've had it for a long time until I put it to words. I think while I was writing this, I had this little Han Solo/Luke Skywalker friendship inspiration thing going, and a Star Wars fanfic with a similar basic plot helped me write this. It's pretty quick and not the best-written I've ever done, but at least I finally got it out of me.
Focus (Loonatics Unleashed)--First LU fanfiction. I have to say, usually I'm not pleased with my work, but I'm actually pretty proud of this one. I think I conveyed the suspense nicely, but then again, I guess that depends on the eye of the beholder. In any event, I had a good time writing this, just something short and cute for Rev fans. It was inspired by somebody's fanart on dA where Rev was standing on the edge of the building, and the description said it was a depiction of Rev learning to control his power of flight. I immediately fell in love with the concept, and this was the result.
Concern (Animaniacs)-- What fun. I was bored in school, so I wrote the first thing concerning Animaniacs that came to mind, and somehow, this was the result that came along. Honestly, people, I had no idea where I was going with it, or how to end it, so it is obviously very abrupt, as I have been told, many times, so as I'm assuming it is presumed, I have been encouraged to continue it, and for the sake of my faithful reviewers, I will do so. Why not, I have no life, after all. The second chapter is defintely the last, though. I have no intention of going into a saga, or whatever. I'm not thay devoted. XP
Compassion (Animaniacs)-- The explanation for the cheesy title simply because I couldn't think of anything else... XP Anyway, I HAD to write an Animaniacs fanfiction, no matter what it was about, or how long it was, so inspired by seven seconds of a sitcom, this emerged. It is one of my rather shorter ones, and at the end, after re-reading it, I actually feel it's one of my better-written, and more explanatory documents. Because it's in an older fadom, I wasn't expecting many reviews; five (as of 1/19). Better than zero, right? ;-)
Big Time Woops (Big Time Rush)--This one ended up being not-so-successful. It got the least favorite, and the second-least reviews. Which is weird, because it got the most views. XP I think I get better feedback, when my stories aren't quite so dramatic...I just thought it would work, for aversions I'll decide not to get into. To be frank, when I re-read this, I didn't think it was so good, myself. Edit: I really need to delete this. I need to delete this so bad, it sucks. It really. Sucks.
Big Time Leprechaun (Big Time Rush)--I dun know where the inspiration for this came from, but I was standing in the hardware store, and thought Leprechauns would be fun to insert into a fanfiction...and I realize it's early. Oh well. I can relate to Carlos in this one, because no one believes my sightings of the ever-existent Santa Claus. ;c This one actually went pretty good; I thought it could have been written better, and I used a few of the words too many times, but it ended up getting some good feedback, so I'm happy about that.
Big Time Dodgeball (Big Time Rush)-- This was a huge disappointment; the number of viewers didn't go over over eighty, and I got no reviews, to this day. So heart-wrenching. :c Aw well, it was kind of weird, I will admit... If I read it, I probably wouldn't review it, either. :-P And this was a story inspired by another story on here, called, um... Oh man, what's it called... Edit: This one sucks, too. Not as bad as "Big Time Woops" (which is so bad, I am personally ashamed of it), but it still sucks. Not sure if I'll keep it on here.
Big Time Revelation (Big Time Rush)-- This story went through plenty editing-sessions, thanks to some critical advice I received from EpicInTheLibrary, a very awesome author, here on fanfiction. It was inspired by one of my awesomest buddies, a fellow member on this site, who once told me her deepest darkest secret, which inevitably was, that she couldn't ride a bike, and I thought it would make an awesome fanfiction, yo. XD I'm pleased with the reviews it got, so thank you, reviewers, and my-online-bestie-who-shall-rename-concealed-for-the-sake-of-her-privacy. XD
Big Time Silent-Streak (Big Time Rush)-- I'm confused, because I made a billion mistakes in this story, and yet, it was the most successful; it got the most reviews, favorites, and the second-most viewers. I re-typed a few of the same things by accident, mis-spelled a few words, and it's all choppy, and ill-written, and stuff. Maybe one day, when I'm not off busying myself with my holiday-antics, I'll edit it, so it doesn't sound quite so childish. :-)
The Tale of the Failed Wrestler (Ninja Turtles)-- Looking back on it, I think it's the title itself that turned everybody off...It's a one-thousand-word short, corny comedy, that nobody looked at, or reviewed. That just about covers it. EDIT:And that's why it's deleted.
Requests for a one-shot? I will gladly take it.
I really need to break out of my shell and write a multi-chap. Problem is, last time I tried with an Alvin and the Chipmunks story it didn't go so well, and because my obsessions are always changing, I'm worried if I start a multi-chaptered story I'll lose the obsession somewhere in the middle and end up never completing it. As it stands, I don't want to be one of the people who leave a story hanging for the rest of their life, I just want to get it done. Another issue, I can't think of a concept I feel I can stick with and is good enough to linger on.
So anyhow, if you happen to ever catch me in the middle of a multi-chapter story, it's either my laziness, or my procrastination...or both...that's holding me back. If you want to kick my foot, for me to get inspired to keep going, reviews might just be the way to do it, as I always appreciate criticism so I get a general idea of whether or not I'm heading in the right direction. My audience means a lot to me, but so does my writing style, so I look forward to feedback to know where I stand on intriguing the former and developing the latter. Unfortunately, I find the fine balance, like anything in writing, to be an unsteady basis, but I can never get better if I don't practice.
I've discovered that, even with the bed rep they have, plot outlines make it a lot easier for me. Try as I might, I never quite understood how filling one out is a way of "deterring the creativity of the author." David Morrell, one of the writers whom subscribed to this assertion, was one of the many that said you can't hope for success in writing a story if you don't have a detailed plan. In the future, when I write my fanfictions, I now intend to print out and fill out outlines, which I expect will help productivity.
"Beyond Repair" by Sorida (Transformers): Amazing. I wish, to be frank, that I could rightly describe this fiction, but I don't even feel like killing my brain cells by trying. If you're a person that likes dark fiction, this is for you. If you're a person who doesn't like dark fiction (like myself), this is still for you. If you're a person who likes character dynamics, intriguing head canons, Bumblebee, and general degrees of epic, this fanfiction is most certainly for you. Taking ever awesome contingency of the character that the show could have brought out but didn't, this story might actually change your perspective on the character, whether or not you do like him. It may even change your opinion on Megatron, because it did for me. It's truly genius, inspiring, and it deserves a lot more compliments than I'm able to give it, so please READ AND REVIEW.
"Kaon" by crimson chocolate (Transformers): I read many a Bumblebee-centric fanfictions in my day, and although back in 2007 when the movie was surging many of the one shots were highly enjoyable, I fear the quality has deterred progressively more as time went on, especially with the slowing-down of Bumblebee fics with the premiering of Transformers: Prime, a continuity in which my beloved scout may as well not exist. I hate to say it, but not only is production relatively slow, but the fanfictions that I have read recently have been mediocre at best, and most contain pairings and general romance that I couldn't care less for. A lot of them are AU/deaged fics, which I also don't care for. This one, however, is not only one of the first well-written Transformers fictions I've read in quite a long while, but it takes place in one of my favorite continuities; War for and Fall of Cybertron. It's brilliantly executed and in-character, and honest-to-Primus, it deserves twice as many reviews as it has now. Please, oh please oh please oh please, READ AND REVIEW IT.
"Frost" by CrazyInSye (Loonatics Unleashed): This story was so. Freaking. Cute. The author of it is actually very talented, and like myself, she's a Rev fan; both Tech and Rev had a nice friendship moment in this one-shot which is a nice break from all the Tech/Rev slash and such, and it was very nicely written and concluded. READ AND REVIEW IS PLLLLEEEEAAAASSSEEE...!
"Rescue Of Love" by blink8pogonip (Looney Tunes)--For those who don't know, I was once a huge Pepe Le Pew fan, and I really enjoyed this story because it was centered around my favorite stinky casanova. Problem is, though it was well-written, it was one of those stories that only lasted two chapters, unfortunately, but I'm hoping if (even after all this time) it gets enough reviews he'll (?) be encouraged to continue it. SO REVIEW IT.
"Falling Out of the Clouds by Goblin Cat KC (Ninja Turtles)--This story actually helped inspire my Loonatics Unleashed fanficiton, Focus, and it is a very rememberable and cherishable fanfiction, I must say. And that's not describing how great it really was. With suspense, insight, and everything else that makes a fanficiton good, it definitely is inspired, and I recommend all Ninja Turtle fans take a peek whether their a Leo fan or not. Oh and while you're at it, REVIEW IT.
"In Rapid Succession" by Reenie Bleenie (Animaniacs): This story is just getting started, inevident especailly by the fact that, to this date, it's only on its first chapter, but, I have good reason for favoriting it, seeing as it is relatively well-written (especailly because it's the author's first story), easy to grasp, and it's got this awesome cliffhanger, and a potentailly very good concept. I would like for Reenie to be encouraged to continue, and finish the story, so READ AND REVIEW, I DEMAND YOU TO DO. I made that rhyme up. That's why it's so corny. ;_;
"Splotch" by Wikitiki99 (Animaniacs): My gosh, I don't even know what to say about this. Heck, there's a million things to be said. It's just freaking epic, the way it has this awesome angst, and drama, and it is written UNDESCRIBABLY well, like, I don't know, David Morell wrote it. I swear this is amazing, and what's really cool about it is, there's a million different ways to interprete it. Don't be confused over it, be curious. AND READ AND REVIEW, OR I'LL DO SOMETHING. It probably won't be deadly, or physical, but it'll be bad, I can assure you. O_O
"Another Kind of Brotherly Love" by RamenNoodlesXD (Ninja Turtles): This was just. A story from mah online bestie. ;-D I don't even know where to start. I've already mentioned how I don't like slash, but the humor towered over all disturbing (relative term) images, for those fellow non-slash-readers, and this story, was in a word, hilarious, whether or not it was meant to be. If you need a good laugh, this is the story to read. AND REVIEW.
"Only Seven" by Miss Fenway (Big Time Rush): What is this I don't even. You know, Logan isn't exactly my favorite character, and Miss Fenway still managed to make me love the story. Granted, Carlos had a big role in it, too, but it was still epic beyond actual English. I almost cried; well, that's only because it mentioned a dead parent, and the thing with dead parents. Triggers my tear glands like the ignition to a car. Sorry. But I SERIOUSLY recommend this. It's the complete package; angst, friendship, hurt/comfort, there was a bit of good humor, and some really touching moments. READ IT, AND IF YOU DO, GET OFF YOUR LAZY BUTT AND REVIEW. Well, I guess you could be on your butt, and review at the same time, BUT STILL. YOU GET MY POINT GOSH.
"Hush Now" by Kyaserin Marii (Ninja Turtles): This story is pretty darn epic; it was part of the "Stealthy Stories" competition, and it was the prompt where one of the protagonists have to get burried six feet deep, with some kind of limited communication. This one was well-written, entertaining, and if you love a bit of angst with some suspense, I suggest you read, AND REVIEW it. ;-)
"Cherry Garcia" by a pen and paper (Big Time Rush): Okay, calling all Carlos fans: YOU. MUST. READ. THIS. I. SWEAR. OTHERWISE. YOU. MIGHT. DIE. Ehem...to elaborate, this story, though some might judge the concept is a bit silly, is extremely well-executed, organized, and poetic. Despite its shortness, it will leave a good impression on you. It sure did for me. Seriously. I don't care who you are. READ AND REVIEW IT. DO IT NOW.
"Vigil" by Caleigho Meer (Ninja Turtles): This is honestly one of the most angsty stories I've ever read, but whether you like emotional fics or not, this is definitely one of the better ones. It really exploits the love brothers have for each other, which especially comes out when one is down. Particularly between Leo and Raph. Read and review it, NOW. IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR, I DIDN'T THINK SO.
"Gone But Not Forgotten" by Sara Torrez (Big Time Rush): Okay...well, this story never got finished, so if you hate cliffhangers, you should probably avoid it until it does, but otherwise, it's a good story; really suspenseful, and mysterious. So READ AND REVIEW, SO WE CAN ENCOURAGE SARA TO KEEP GOING XD.
"Epic of Bandanna Man" by EpicInTheLibrary (Big Time Rush): I don't even know what to say. This story was so awesome, it actually gave me something to look forward to for when I got home for school. It's almost indescribable, it was so awesome, and unbelievably hilarious; I swear I almost sprained a lung from laughter; but towards the end, it has its serious moments, so don't fret if you're not a fan of comedy. And I would like to point out, this was one of the few fanfictions on here that was done RIGHT. No one who beholds it shall be distraught in any way. ;-) Beware, you may be depresses when you're done reading it, because you feel the disappointment of the end of a redonculously awesome story; but you'll definitely want to read it over, and over again. I. Promise. YOUHAVETOREADTHIS. Oh my gosh, just read it, and leave really long, vivid, AMAZING REVIEWS, BECAUSE EPICINTHELIBRARY DESERVES IT KTHANKS. XD
"Starting an Apple" by Daenaii (Big Time Rush): I swear this is probably one of the most cutest things I've ever read, and I really need to give the author Daenaii credit, because this amazing story of hers inspired my fanfiction, "Big Time Silent-Streak", and this adorable one-shot (Starting an Apple, not Big Time Silent-Streak) was very well-written, and I guarantee your heart will just melt. There's a little bit of slash in the end, but it's completely harmless, and I, who doesn't like slash, loved the story all the same. I can't think of a good word that properly accentuates how good it was, and it's a good, sensible expression towards friendship. READ AND REVIEW, DON'T BE LAZY, GARSH...
"I'll Stand By You" by hypedUP25 (Big Time Rush): To begin with, this story was just beautiful. That's seriously the first word that coems to mind when someone mentions it. It was so emotional, and well-written, I actually cried. Like, tears. And I'm not even kidding. There was water coming out of my eyes, because that's how amazing and touching this story was. What is that, I don't even. So, yes, if you hate stories that make you cry, this one probably isn't for you, because it is genuinely a tear-jerker, but it's just amazing. Read it. JUST READ AND REVIEW, OR I'LL START CRYING, AGAIN...
"Babysitting With Carlos" by Athena May(Big Time Rush): This is one of those adorable little one-shots you read on a rainy day, just to cheer you up. It is so CUTE. And it has the most adorable, touching ending. SO READ...AND...REVIEW...DO IT JUST DO IT.
"Super Carlos, Bandana Man, and the Coffee Run" by Runs with Werewolves (Big Time Rush): I don't know WHAT to say about this one; it's goofy, enjoyable, funny, amusing, and adorable, all in one smorgasbord. But what's best about it, is that it reveals a little bit of the origin behind Carlos's helmet, and it actually took a good, deep-thinker turn in that aspect, having a really good explanation, which I loved about it. You should DEFINITELY READ AND REVIEW. You will NOT be disappointed!!! Please...doooo...iittttttt... Ehem. I need a moment...
"Stand Up for Me" by Kaylee13(Big Time Rush): This actually one of the first Big Time Rush Tot fictions, where Carlos is implied to have been met last. Which I really like; we're saving the best for the end. [Insert winky-smiley emoticon]. It is, dare I say, ADORABLE... (Man, I've been using that word a lot), and it's an AWESOME friendship fic. READ AND REVIEW, YOUR QUEEN COMMANDS YOU.
"Big Time Cookies" by silenttreaper06(Big Time Rush): This story was all-around epic, and it was SO funny...Especially the ending, and I'm not giving anything else away, because YOU HAVE TO READ AND REVIEW IT. SERIOUSLY.
Of course, there is other stuff in my favorites that I need to write about. I will eventually. In the meantime, READ AND REVIEW THEM!!!!!!!!
I try to edit my profile frequently. Until next time. ;-D *All of the links for the above fanfictions can be found under the "Favorite Stories" link.*