Author has written 1 story for Danny Phantom.
Stories written:about 4, but only one is being uploaded at this time.
-Oliver & Company.
-Team Fortress 2.
-Avatar: The last Airbender.
o.0 I didn't realize I had so many fandoms. xD There's probably more that I'm forgetting too.
Writing format/style: 1st and 3rd person, narrative.
Favourite format: 1st person.
-Badly written pieces.
-Things that lack emotion, feeling and depth.
-The use of smilies and/or chatspeak in a story.
-Overly long authors notes that aren't really necessary.
-Critiques that aren't really helpful or don't let me know if I should continue. (I.E."That was great!" or "I didn't like it.")
-Critiques that crit my grammar, spelling and punctuation when the critique itself is badly written, and I'm forced to decipher what it says.
-Dramallama and/or Mary/Gary sue/stu stories. Angst is good, not when it's Mary sues or Gary stus.
-Stories that have OCs as the main/supporting characters. Cameos are fine, but not in the actual plot. Just, no. Okay? Just, no.
-Overly long dislike lists-- wait, crap...
-Well written stories that keep me going and going.
-Stories that make me think, something that can slow up my reading. But not in a bad way.
-Long, complex plots with unexpected twists and turns.
-Fight scenes, battles.
-Scenes where emotions run high.
-Stories where the character's mind breaks, and their emotions are explained and how the character feels throughout their experience.
-Character depth, a history behind the character I'm reading.
-Those little moments of happiness, 'fluff' where it just makes you smile. A simple action between parents, siblings, a family. Even if it's corny, if it makes you laugh and smile in a good way, then it's done its job.
-Stress relief writing.
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~*Works in Progress*~
Summary: Danny wakes up in a place he definitely doesn't want to be. Mysteriously, he's also in ghost form, when he doesn't remember transforming. Before he can escape, something appears, and little does he know what kind of torment that simple thing would bring.