Author has written 57 stories for Phantom Stallion, Harry Potter, Little Red Riding Hood, A song of Ice and Fire, and Earth's Children.
Salutations, My Cherubs.
Thank you for liking my writing enough to want to come all the way to my profile page to learn a few things about me. Please note that in addition to this account I go by Wolfgirl17 on HPFF and by KittenWolf17 on AO3. So anything you see on those sites under those usernames are also me.
Appearance: Pixie cut Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes, five foot eleven.
Personality: Quirky. Somewhat antisocial in that I often prefer the company of fictional characters, both mine and those of other authors, over that of other people.
Harry Potter:One of the best series ever created, J.K. Rowling is my idol and my hero.
Twilight: The reason for teenage pregnancy increases and for the epidemic of women believing in finding your one and only love in high school: this is the reason for increased suicide statistics people! I promise never to write a twilight fanfic. Also the reason that so few authors manuscripts get published now, because they get accused of stealing a rotten idea.
Werewolves: They are real and one day I will find one to marry.
Vampires: A bunch of anaemic Pansies.
1. Do you take story requests?
Yes, I do. If you have a particular plunny (plot bunny) for a story that you'd love to see written but aren't sure that you could write it yourself, or just want to be able to read the idea rather than going to the effort of writing it, I am always open to ideas. PM me about what the idea/pairing/fandom is and I will let you know if I think I can pull it off. Please note that my best work is done in the HPverse.
2. Have you abandoned [insert story name here]?
The answer is always NO. Whether it's not been updated in a month, or not been updated in more than a year, please note that if I have not marked the story as complete, then it is not abandoned and not finished! My lack of updates is likely due to being blocked on that story for ideas and/or unsure where I want it to go next. I will return to it eventually, so don't be discouraged from reading it. You'll get your ending one day.
3. How often do you update?
Honestly, the answer is: when I can. If I have a chapter written, edited and ready to post, I post it. I like to try and keep to a schedule for some fics and get them all updated regularly, but I often exceed the deadlines I give myself as a result of a new idea whacking me over the head and demanding to be written and being busy in RL with work/functions/events/study that keep me from being able to focus on my writing.
4. Will you please update [insert story name here] again soon?
I will definitely get to it eventually. I write fan fiction for the fun of it, and while it's of course wonderful to have readers enjoy the stories, the fact is that I do it for me. I'm probably my own biggest fan and most often I begin a fic because it's what I want to read and because it's what is happening in my head. As much as I try to keep on top of all my fics I do sometimes get more focused on a select few over the others. It's great that you love it. I love it too. I will update it soon, but if I haven't in a bit, it's because my brain is on a different station and I'm not in charge of the remote. Trying to switch it and work on say, that Gendrya fic you love when my head is full of Dramione usually results in crappy work that I end up deleting. I've found it's best to focus on whatever scene won't leave me alone until it's out otherwise everything else is shoddy writing and neither of us want that.
5. Why do you sometimes argue with reviewers over their comments?
Mostly this happens when an anonymous reviewer posts something rude / off topic to my fic. More than once over the years I've had readers forget that there is actually a living, breathing person with a life and feelings who is sitting behind the words they are enjoying. I give up my time to write these stories because I enjoy them and I like writing. You are entitled to your opinion on a pairing/ship/scene just as much as I am entitled to have written it. No one forces you to read my work, and I'm not interested in your opinions on some vague facts mentioned by me ( or sometimes not even mentioned at all) that aren't important to where I'm taking the fic. Like, I've had reviewers complain over their distaste for Sansa Stark in a Gendrya centric fic. It's great that you're a fan, (or not as the case may be) but I honestly don't care that you think she's misunderstood/should be killed/whatever.
If you have some constructive criticism for me, bring it on. If you have praise to spout and updates to beg from me, go for it! I love hearing that.
But, if you want to mouth off about how you think Dramione is a stupid/unrealistic ship whilst reading one of my Dramione fics, then frankly, keep it to yourself. If you don't like a pairing, you shouldn't be reading that pairing in my work. Similarly, if you don't like the "forgive a Slytherin/Rapist/Asshole" stories and I've posted that the main characters are a Slytherin/Gryffindor pairing with Romance as the genre and a summary about those topics, then you're in the wrong story and I don't need your rudeness over your mistake for clicking on my story. It's really that simple. I'm only interested in what you have to say if you're offering something of worth. If you're only there to whinge because you don't like a certain type of character bashing or a particular pairing or that Dumbeldore is gay, that's your dirty undies and no one wants to see.
6. Did you know that this story [insert name here] of yours is similar to this one [insert name here] by [insert author]?
Probably. They are called tropes, and they are the foundations upon which all stories are written. There are a limited number of them in the world. If it's within fan fiction it's most likely that I've read the story you're comparing mine too, or read another similar story you've not mentioned and the idea tickled my fancy. In these kinds of instances it may be a story that is incomplete and unlikely to be finished, or it might just be that I think I can do it better or do it differently. As conceited as that sounds. In every fic I read there are always things I find that I think I might change and play with, and hence fanfiction is born.
7. How many stories do you actually have?
As of June 10th 2015 I have 103 stories saved on my hard drive. 51 of these are incomplete fan fiction WIPs that I'm working on. 32 of them are complete fan fictions. 19 of them are Original Fiction WIPs and 1 is a complete Original Work. While my profile does not reflect this amount as being published, this is in fact the case and is the reason you don't get super speedy updates. There are a bunch I haven't even begun posting yet because I like to build up a stock pile of pre-written chapters to give you whenever I can rather than posting a bunch of beginnings and leaving it at that until I have time to update.
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