Author has written 20 stories for Godzilla, Haruhi Suzumiya series, Vocaloid, Slender, Super Smash Brothers, Redwall, Fire Emblem, RWBY, Claymore, and Black Lagoon.
The image on my profile was created by me. You can find it on DeviantART under my username, SlayerOfTears.
UPDATE 5/16/18; At this point in time, I think I'm as close as a writer gets to being done. All my motivation and desire to write fanfics is now gone, and I don't think I really want it back either. I will leave what few stories survived my purge on here, though don't be surprised if some of them get axed later.
IF I write anything, it'll probably either be a oneshot or a plot bunny I wanted to give a try. The chances of a full fanfic from me are low now.
Total former fanfic count; 65
I first happened to wander across this website in early 2000. I spent three years just reading all the fanfics I could on here before finally making an account. However I lost that account's name and password, so I made this current one in 2011 after stumbling across the website again.
As a fanfic writer, I like to write whatever comes to mind, no matter how outrageous it seems, so expect some strange and dumb fanfics to litter my profile. Sometimes I can take a while to update some of my stories, and that's due to lack of motivation, or just plain Writer's Block.
If you can't handle criticism, then you shouldn't be writing.
Need to know information: I'm brutally honest, and say exactly what's on my mind when reviewing. The criticism I give is to help you improve as a writer and help your stories get better. But if you ignore it, and don't listen to advice, you will never improve.
Helpful Tips for the aspiring writer and pitfalls to avoid:
1. Always proof-read your stories. If you can't, get a beta reader. There's a list of them under the Betas tab. I no longer beta. Sorry.
2. Make sure your spelling is spot-on. Go back and re-read your chapters several times over, out loud is always a good option, to spot any mistakes.
3. Make sure you're using the proper terminology. Dictionaries are your best friend.
4. Do not pair up couples just for the sake of pairing. Treat their romance as if it's real, not because you want to see it happen. If your story doesn't feature romance in it as a prominent point, don't throw it in.
5. Have typos in your fic? Are they pointed out to you? Then fix them, don't make excuses on poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Don't try justifying it, that's just dumb and a poor excuse to be lazy.
6. Never make excuses, especially for a poor story. If a fic of yours is bad, and receives criticism, improve it. Don't just leave it as it is or try to justify it. Don't settle for mediocrity, settle for the best you can do.
7. ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR CHAPTERS. I cannot stress this enough. If you accidentally replace a chapter with something else, and you don't have that chapter saved in any way on anything else, that chapter is gone for good. It happened to me, it could happen to you. Don't take the risk. Save your chapters on Google Docs, your computer's Notepad, or anything else you use.
8. Nobody likes a "dark and edgy" OC with powers that don't fit into the universe of whatever series you're writing fanfics about. And trust me, whatever dark character you thought of has been done before.
For those curious, I used to be Partial Insanity, before changing to this username. I'm fond of this current username, and use it on many websites. I used to have more stories written on my profile, but I've deleted many of them due to my distaste for them, especially the more cringeworthy ones. This cleanup happens every so often, so if a story you liked of mine disappears, that's the reason.