Author has written 4 stories for Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, and Naruto.
Name: Mammon. Well, evidently, that's not my real name.
Age: Younger than you. Probably.
Sex: Well, fortunately or unfortunately, I have zero experience.
I'm a yaoi fan but I'm neutral towards the concept of gaiety.
I value exam results above my life. I have a way-above-average IQ, and expectant parents who don't give me much chance to write fanfiction.
Philosophy of a yaoi fangirl:
If they're friends, they're clearly lovers. If they're enemies, they're clearly lovers. If they've never met, they're clearly lovers. Hah.
I love good shonen manga so do recommend me some obscure ones that you know, since I've probably devoured the entire mainstream collection more or less.
I draw and draw well. And I'm proud of it, but I do wish to improve, so if you've any artist tips please let me know.
Anime or manga that I've read and enjoyed: Bleach, Naruto, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, Kuroshitsuji, Shaman King, Shugo Chara, Deathnote, Full Metal Alchemist, Ouran High Host Club, D-Gray Man, Gakuen Alice, Vampire Knight, Maid-sama, Pandora Hearts, Aphorism, Dragon Eye, Psyren, Bakuman, No. 6, Mawaru Penguindrum!, Guilty Crown, Watashi ni XX Shinaishi, all CLAMP series.
KHR: Mukuro, Fran, Byakuran, Giotto
Bleach: Ichigo, Ulquiorra, Yoruichi
Naruto: Minato, Deidara, Itachi
Air Gear: Lind, Kilik
OTPs: NaruSasu, UlquiIchi, 6927, 1827, 692718 tuna sandwich!, BelFran, XanxusSqualo, G27, KanameYuuki (so sorry, just this one)
I love dark twisted plots, both reading and writing them. I love fanfiction with long chapters even though I'm not able to fulfill that criteria myself.
I can't stand overly long sections of pointless fluff.
I'm perfectly okay with M-rated scenes. I find the concept of M-preg strange but not unworthy of a read.
I admire authors who can keep their fangasm going to write more than 100k words on their fandom.
Pet Peeves as a Reader:
I'm a grammar freak, so I can't stand fanfiction with too many grammatical errors. Seriously, what's the point of writing a story that's ungrammatical to the extent of being unreadable? One or three mistakes are perfectly fine, dismissed as typos, but I'll feel the urge to point it out in my review.
And another thing, why in the world do authors set up review quotas? Saying things like If I don't get 30+ reviews, I'm not updating...is fanfiction.net merely a site for you to boost your ego by waiting for people to tell you how awesomely you write? As an author, it should be our pleasure to share our stories with the general public. We're not paying to use this website, so it's merely a somewhat warm feeling between author and reader that should keep us going, and not extortion of reviews from readers. I'm perfectly fine with begging for reviews, but to threaten people with an unfinished storyline is just way overkill.
I've no pet peeves as an author. I've enough confidence in my writing skills to ignore shameless flaming and enough motivation to improve to accept constructive criticism.