Author has written 5 stories for Code Geass, and Naruto.
As a fanfiction writer, my ultimate goal is to enjoy my own writing. I'm not an aspiring professional writer, and I don't aim to write what I feel should have happened canonically. On the contrary, I would have enjoyed the canon so much that I sought to read more...and realized that what was out there didn't satisfy me, and so decided to write it myself. Some of them would probably interest others too, so why not share it and get some criticism too? That's why I'm here.
No doubt if you are reading this profile you are either one of my readers, or someone who has received a review from me.
If you are a reader, here's what you're probably looking for:
Currently on-going stories: Spots
Stories on hold: Naruto: Question of Power; Naruto: Depth of Darkness; Code Geass: Lelouch of the Strategies.
Stories Abandoned: N/A.
And here's what you should know:
-I don't accept suggestions on story direction unless I explicitly ask for it. You can criticize, sure, but don't expect anything to change unless it's actually criticism rather than a request to see something happen.
-There is no need for you to leave a review such as "good chapter" to encourage me. If you really want to give praise, please actually specify what is praise-worthy. Otherwise, you're wasting your time and might as well say nothing because as I explained earlier, I write mostly for my own pleasure. Of course...I would certainly appreciate it if you did do some real criticism to encourage me, perhaps I would be inclined to try out some improvements immediately.
-Feel free to flame/insult me if you like. I don't mind, in fact, it's better if you aren't afraid to show me the true extent of your disdain for my work. Most people aren't capable of expressing the full extent of the disgust they are able to feel, but I would want to know if it bothers anyone that much, and flames/insults help get the point across if you lack more sophisticated language of negative critique. If words can't describe how bad my work is...I wouldn't want you to waste time thinking about how to describe it, it's alright to just tell me to * off.
If you received a review from me, here's what you should know:
-I only review when a story really gets on my nerves, or it is good enough that I want to encourage you to write more. In the first case, it doesn't necessary mean that your story is all that bad...it's more likely that, despite whatever I claim in the review, I'm simply biased and wish you had written it differently to satisfy my own desires. But don't just ignore it either, I'm sure that as I wrote it, I meant everything I said.