Author has written 4 stories for Fairy Tail.
Yoo, what's up?
Nothing much, just the same old... I'm still just a regular girl who tends to be hyperactive and silly. So nothing new under the sun there :)
Basic facts about the user Hejmdal
Update 26/1 – 2015: I'm sorry I haven't added new stories lately, especially because I promised some people I would do that as soon as possible. I'll be honest and tell you that my muse suddenly ran away leaving me like a zombie, growling and drooling on my keyboard. So yeah... hopefully she'll get back soon so I'm not stuck having a massive writer's block... because it sucks... like for reals!
Anyhow! I hope I'll be back soon with something amazing :)
Update 26/2 – 2015: Wow, one month went by fast o.O Uhm, so the next story will be up soon because I found my Muse! Hooray! She was hiding behind a huge monster called sickness, that made a huge wall of stupidity that I kept running into. It was rather silly really :3
Update 6/3 - 2015: "I report to you live from Hejmdal's keyboard. The next story has just been posted! This isn't a drill! I have visual confirmation that it is indeed online and ready to read!"
Well I know I haven't created that many stories but I thought it would be nice making sort of a guide section with information that might intrigue you.
Is my first fanfiction and as such it is very precious to me. There's nothing much to say about that other than it was a thought that quickly escalated into much more than I originally wanted it to be. But it's all good and now I know how important it is to “stick to the plan” ;)
Tears of Ice and Despair
Was a short story I wrote because I participated in a challenge with other members from this website. It was a nice competition with a lot of interesting people. Unfortunately I was the first person to lose which ultimately meant I was eliminated in the first round. It was fun while it lasted though. Anyhow the fun fact is that this was the only story that got eliminated because the challenge got cancelled after the first round. So yeah... still not sure how I feel about that, but because I'm optimistic I would like to think it makes me unique :)
Is a different and rather dark story compared to how I usually write. It's a story I thought about typing for years (had the idea when I wrote The Island) and after experiencing some... things in real life... I used it as a catalyst to type it. So... yeah! As I said it's a different genre and because of that there are certain things and moments that might seem OOC to the naked eye but it will all make sense once you get into the story and learn what happens to the characters... or character because it is mainly focused on Natsu's developments.
Random fact: The story is inspired by H.P. Lovecrafts “Under the Pyramids”
Salamander and the Deadly Flu
Is my current work in progress :)
My policy about Reviews
I like reviews and I enjoy writing them. Those who've seen my reviews know I sometimes have an alternative way of writing them. It's not that I do that intentionally... well that's a lie now that I think about it because I, as an individual evaluate my actions... meeehh, it's just how I like to express myself. Especially if it's a long chapter then I like taking notes and write my reactions, so the author knows how I feel when I read it. So yes it is somehow an insight in my cryptic mind, but I type what I mean and I do it because I want the author to know my honest feelings and attitude towards the story I'm reading.
Sometimes I write short messages but that's mainly if I don't have time or aren't in the mood to type something else. So with that said I do understand people who doesn't want to write a whole essay when they leave a review. In my opinion all reviews that aren't flaming are good ones and I mean that with all of my heart, because it feels like such a blessing when people take their time to write something for one of my stories.
So! Let's get to the more serious part about my opinion on reviews. I would never demand people to write a review, nor would I ever leave one of those authors note's that encourage people to write one. You know those people who write “Please make a review! We're almost at x number of reviews” or “If you leave a review I'll make you cookies, if you don't you'll burn in hell”. It's just wrong. I want people to write of their own free will and not because they feel forced or obligated to do it. With that said I don't dislike people who put it in their stories. I say this because I know author's genuinely want to know people's opinions, because most authors put a lot of effort and time in writing their stories.
To sum it up: Like I said I want people to write reviews because they want to and not because they feel the author is pressuring them to do it. Heck, I'll admit I'm really lazy when it comes to reviews but if I feel the author is pressuring me to leave a comment I become really stubborn and think: “No way! I don't want to leave a comment if you're trying to use force, making me and other readers feel guilty if we don't leave a review”. That's just... ehhh! So wrong! Bah! Nuff said.
That's my opinion. You might agree to my policy or not, but that's all up to you. You're free to feel what you like and I wont judge you (hooray for individuality!).
With all of that said (yes I blabber a lot, sorry) I promise I will answer every review and PM I receive because I think it's wrong just ignoring people who gives feedback. Seriously I hate it when people ignore reviews, it's okay sending a message to all reviewers in an A/N but ignoring people? Why? Especially because I feel this is a humble thing to do when people take their time to write PM or reviews. So yeah there you have it! My humble opinion, you might say behind a wall of text :)
TL;DR I love reviews but I don't want people to feel obligated to write them.
So yeah feel free to PM me if you have any questions or just want to say hi. I might not answer you right away because sometimes life tends to throw obstacles in my way :)
bows before smoothly vanishing like a ninja*
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