Author has written 57 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Kingdom Hearts, Hunger Games, Avatar: Last Airbender, Harry Potter, Avengers, Glee, Starship, X-Men: The Movie, Sherlock, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Least Favorite Place?
Favorite Character? (Each Fandom Respectively)
-Anakin Skywalker (Herpadur)
-Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss!! ;))
Least favorite characters?
-That one kid that dies.
-Warren Worthington III
If you looked onto my profile earlier, you would have seen that i have alot of favorite pairings. So instead, I've just decided to put my OTP for each fandom.
-Quirinus Quirrell/Tom Riddle
-Thalia Grace/Percy Jackson
-Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
-Tony Stark/Bruce Banner OR Tony Stark/Steve Rogers. (Can't decide. No threesome.)
-Zuko/Katara (ZUTARA FOREVER!!)
-Korra/Bolin (They are so adorable together.)
-Obi-Wan Kenobi/Anakin Skywalker
-Sebastian Smythe/Blaine Anderson
Least Favorite Pairing(s)?
Harry Potter/Ginny Weasley (But I love Ginny. Honestly)
Jim Moriarty/Greg Lestrade (I read one of these, and I was like o.O)
Pepper Potts/Tony Stark (I have this thought wedged into my mind that Tony is somehow 100% gay after seeing cap shirtless.)
Azula/Aang (I have no clue how people ship this. No offense, but she killed him. and she's bat-Shit crazy. Nobody seems to think of this though.)
Korra/Mako (I just... don't like them. whatever.)
Jar jar Binks/Padme Admidala (This happened once and i was like... no.)
Will Shcuester/ Finn Hudson (I'm fine with the bromance but NO romance!!)
Least Favorite Group?
Masters of Evil (I think Loki is Sexy, but the name is just wayy to lame.)
So, I gave up on the Prompt challenge. That's all.
The (first) Three Laws of Fanfiction:
Rule One: If you do anything to increase the protagonist's power, or make their life easier, you must also amplify their opponent or add extra difficulties to their life. You can't make Frodo a Jedi unless you give Sauron the Death Star. Otherwise, even if it is well-written in all other ways, your story will suck because the reader will know to expect an unending string of easy victories, leading them to neither wonder or care about what happens next. The Mary Sue is not defined by her power being too strong, but by her challenges being too easily overcome.
Rule Two: Originality isn't easy, but it is simple: Just don't do stuff that's already been done. Even if all of your other characters are going to be absolutely true to canon, you still shouldn't have Harry Potter facing the same three challenges in the Triwizard Tournament because we've already read about them a thousand times. Put in three different challenges. Seriously. It can't hurt. Don't just go through the same events everyone has read about a thousand times before. Writing fanfiction lets you borrow the characters and the world; it doesn't exempt you from needing to surprise the readers and give them something new to read.
Rule Three: The premise of a story is a conflict and its resolution - someone with a goal, which they take action to achieve, and severe obstacles that they must replan to deal with (not just speedbumps along the way), and some ultimate resolution of the conflict in which the people and their situation have changed. "What happens if the Terminator is sent back in time to kill Voldemort" is not a story premise, just a fleeting mental image. "What happens if Harry Potter is under constant attack by shape-changing robot assassins" is still not enough of a premise. "Harry Potter is under constant attack by shape-changing assassins, and by the time he manages a spell to wall off the future he's already learned not to trust anyone" could maybe be a story's premise (though you wouldn't put that in the summary, or tell any reader that until the story had ended). You can change this plan later - but you should at least have one to start with.
So if you have a lovely mental image of Frodo with a lightsaber:
1. Figure out how to make his life more difficult, to make up for the lightsaber.
2. Decide what's going to happen differently in your fanfiction than in the other ones you've read.
3. Know what Frodo wants and what's going to get in his way, and have a plan for how it will all end.
If you don't have a problem with homosexuality, copy this into your profile:
1) Being gay is not natural. Real Americans always reject unnatural things like eyeglasses, polyester, liposuction and air conditioning.
2) Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging around tall people will make you tall.
3) Legalizing gay marriage will open the door to all kinds of crazy behavior. People may even wish to marry their pets because a dog has legal standing and can sign a marriage contract.
4) Straight marriage has been around a long time and hasn't changed at all; women are still property, blacks still can't marry whites, and divorce is still illegal.
5) Straight marriage will be less meaningful if gay marriage were allowed; the sanctity of Brittany Spears' 55-hour just-for-fun marriage would be destroyed.
6) Straight marriages are valid because they produce children. Gay couples, infertile couples, and old people shouldn't be allowed to marry because our orphanages aren't full yet, and the world needs more children.
7) Obviously, gay parents will raise gay children, since straight parents only raise straight children. (So where did the gay people come from...)
8) Gay marriage is not supported by religion. In a theocracy like ours, the values of one religion are imposed on the entire country. That's why we have only one religion in America.
9) Children can never succeed without a male and a female role model at home. That's why we as a society expressly forbid single parents to raise children.
10) Gay marriage will change the foundation of society; we could never adapt to new social norms. Just like we haven't adapted to cars, the service-sector economy, or longer life spans...
This should be fun... I'm going to be using my real name, for awesome purposes.
YOUR GANGSTA NAME: (first 3 letters of real name plus izzle)
Halizzle (If you say it really fast it sounds like Hazel... hmm...)
YOUR DETECTIVE NAME: (fave color and fave animal)
Blue Penguin. (*sighs* Should have seen that coming... Sherlock will hate me forever...)
YOUR SOAP OPERA NAME: (middle name, and current street name)
Sydney Park (That actually sounds not bad. For once.)
YOUR STAR WARS NAME: (the first 3 letters of your last name, first 2 letters of your first name, last 3 letters of mom's maiden name)
Barhafit (Can someone shoot me? Please?)
YOUR SUPERHERO NAME: (2nd favorite color, favorite drink)
Green Milk (... *silently dies of laughter*)
YOUR ARAB NAME: (2nd letter of your first name, 3rd letter of your last name, any letter of your middle name, 2nd letter of your mom's maiden name, 3rd letter of you dad's middle name, 1st letter of a sibling's first name, last letter of your mom's middle name)
Ariymms (How do you pronounce that?)
YOUR WITNESS PROTECTION NAME: (mother's middle name)
Francias. (What is wrong with my Nana? Why would she feel the need to give my mother this cursed name?)
YOUR GOTH NAME: (black, and the name of one your pets)
Black Gibby (Be warned kids, naming your pets after TV characters eventually ends up biting you in the ass. Don't swear either, swearing is fucking bad.
YOUR HIPPIE NAME: (type your name with your elbow)
hjyasl.kolpi9 (Oh Yeah, I rocked that shit. XD)
Fandom is focus. Fandom is obsession. Fandom is insatiable consumption. Fandom is sitting for hours in front of a TV screen a movie screen a computer screen with a comic book a novel on your lap. Fandom is eyestrain and carpal tunnel syndrome and not enough exercise and staying up way, way past your bedtime.
Fandom is people you don't tell your mother you're meeting. Fandom is people in the closet, people out and proud, people in costumes, people in T-shirts with slogans only fifty others would understand. Fandom is a loud dinner conversation scaring the waiter and every table nearby.
Fandom is you in Germany and me in the US and him in Australia and her in Japan. Fandom is a sofabed in New York, a roadtrip to Oxnard, a friend behind a face in London. Fandom talks past timezones and accents and backgrounds. Fandom is conversation. Communication. Contact.
Fandom is drama. Fandom is melodrama. Fandom is high school. Fandom is Snacky's law and Godwin's law and Murphy's law. Fandom is smarter than you. Fandom is stupider than you. Fandom is five arguments over and over and over again. Fandom is the first time you've ever had them.
Fandom is female. Fandom is male. Fandom lets female play at being male. Fandom bends gender, straight, gay, prude, promiscuous. Fandom is fantasy. Fandom doesn't care about norms or taboos or boundaries. Fandom cares too much about norms and taboos and boundaries. Fandom is not real life. Fandom is closer than real life. Fandom knows what you're really like in the bedroom. Fandom is how you would never, could never be in the bedroom.
Fandom is shipping, never shipping, het, slash, gen, none of the above, more than the above. Fandom is love for characters you didn't create. Fandom is recreating the characters you didn't create. Fandom is appropriation, subversion, dissention. Fandom is adoration, extrapolation, imitation. Fandom is dissection, criticism, interpretation. Fandom is changing, experimenting, attempting.
Fandom is creating. Fandom is drawing, painting, vidding: nine seasons in four minutes of love. Fandom is words, language, authoring. Fandom is essays, stories, betas, parodies, filks, zines, usenet posts, blog posts, message board posts, emails, chats, petitions, wank, concrit, feedback, recs. Fandom is writing for the first time since you were twelve. Fandom is finally calling yourself a writer.
Fandom is signal and response. Fandom is a stranger moving you to tears, anger, laughter. Fandom is you moving a stranger to speak.
Fandom is distraction. Fandom is endangering your job, your grades, your relationships, your bank account. Fandom gets no work done. Fandom is too much work. Fandom was/is just a phase. Fandom could never be just a phase. Fandom is where you found a friend, a sister, a kindred spirit. Fandom is where you found a talent, a love, a reason.
Go on Shuffle Mode and Answer the Questions with the song that is playing.
1.How Are You Feeling Today? I Need a Doctor – Eminem (Fu…)
2.Will I get Far In Life? A Thousand years— Christina Perri (I’m taking that as a YES)
3.What Is my Best Friend's Theme Song? Thnks fr th mmrs—Fall Out Boy (this actually doesn’t work. AT ALL.)
4. What is/Was High School Like? La La Land—Demi Lavato (Alright?)
5.What is The Best Thing About Me? High Voltage—ACDC (…)
6.How Was Yesterday? Something like that—Tim McGraw (Oh, the humor… yesterday I didn’t even leave the house…)
7.What is my Love Life Like? If I Had You—Adam Lambert (Eh, whatever…)
8.What will my Parents Say To me? I Won’t Say I’m In Love—Hercules (O… kay? I mean… what?)
9.What Song Will They Play On My Funeral? To have a Home—AVPS (*dies in silent depressed laughter*)
10.How Does The World See Me? Kiss The Girl—Ashley Tisdale (Okay, not relevant. I mean… why is the world cheering me on? Does the world want to see Lesbian Porn or something? WTF?)
11. What do My Friends Really Think Of Me? Save You—Simple Plan (Haha suckers, I’m too far gone. NOBODY CAN SAVE ME!)
12.What is the World Keeping a Secret Of Me? Party In The USA—Miley Cyrus (But… I’m Canadian…)
13. How Do I make Myself Happy? Womanizer—Britney Spears (I protest…)
14.What Should I Do With My Life? Young, Wild and Free—Wiz Kalifa (Seems legit.)
15.Will I Have Children? Oh… Canada—Classified (Um… yes? I don’t know…)
16. What is Good Advice? Kiss N Tell—Kesha (NonononononoNO! This NOT good advice!)
17.What does everyone Else Think Of My Current Life? You give Love a Bad Name—Bon Jovi (Gee… thanks guys…)
18.What Type Of Men/Women Do I like? Girl On Fire—Alicia Keys (My ITunes thinks I’m gay. -_-)
19.Where Will I Live? Is Anybody Home—Our Lady Peace (Why?)
20.What Will My Dying Words Be? Eminem Sucks—Weird Al (No… I hope my last words would be ‘Die human scum!’ or ‘Not my Division’)
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