Author has written 41 stories for Gintama, Beavis and Butt-Head, Powerpuff Girls, Highschool of the Dead, Family Guy, and Dexter's Laboratory.
Hello everybody! I started writing stories in November of 2011, and posted them on Deviantart, but I decided to post some here in early 2012! Hope you like my stories! :)
For those who want to know the character in my icon, it's Fuko Ibuki from Clannad. I just love this icon. I don't think I'll ever change it.
DISCLAIMER: I do not own any fandoms I write for, nor any characters from said fandoms. I only own most of the OC's mentioned in them. I also do not make money for Fanfiction; I write it for pure fun.
Birthday: May 13th
Hair color: Brown, short
Eyes: Greenish-Blue, wears glasses
I recommend you don't read my fics from 2012 (With the exception of "Two Worlds, One Life" and "Safety", because I actually still like those ones), and 2013 (With the exception of "Yato Toddler", "Silver Cakes", "Even Characters in Gintama Read Fanfiction", and "Sunglasses", because again, I still like those certain ones). Those are what I consider to be old shame.
I have Asperger Syndrome. It's not serious, though.
I don't read or write Joui fics. No exceptions. Sorry.
I don't make sequels. Don't ask me to make any sequels, please.
Things I don't do in Fanfiction:
1. I don't focus on the meaning of names whenever I create an OC.
2. I will never kill any canon characters in my stories (I'll have no problem killing OC's of mine, but canon characters are another story). Even if there's a character I don't like, I'll never kill them in any way, shape, or form.
3. I almost never rewrite, because I'd rather write new stuff. Besides, I like seeing how much I've improved with my writing style.
Childs' Ships (Sequel to "Lovers' Ships"): When I started this back in early 2013, I was ecstatic to write this. However, months passed, and I came to realize that I had zero inspiration; after a while of contemplation, I decided to abandon this.
Silenced Tunes: I'm gonna be honest; I didn't have much planned when I posted this story. I realized I wasn't getting anywhere with it. Not long after the last chapter I wrote for this fic, I chose to put it on-hold, thinking whether or not to plan the rest of the story out. But in the end, I gave up on this. That, and I don't like writing Michiru (One of my old OC's) anymore.
Friends Have Allies (Sequel to "You're as Beautiful as a Flower"): It's still kind of a shock to me that out of all my one-shots, "You're as Beautiful as a Flower" is the most reviewed one. It was apparently so "popular", that some people asked me to write a sequel. I was pretty reluctant to do it at first, but I decided to go for it, mostly to please the viewers. Yet, even after I posted four chapters of this, barely anyone read it. I find that mind-boggling, because people wanted me to make a sequel in the first place. But anyway, like with "Childs' Ships", I completely lost my inspiration with this, and I decided to quit this story for good. A long time later, I chose to not do anymore sequels. Oh, and I grew to despise Family Guy, which is another reason why this is discontinued.
Damage: It was the second story of mine where I used Shina, another one of my old OC's. Like "Silenced Tunes", this also wasn't planned much when I started it. But almost a year after posting it, I found out that I was going nowhere with this. I felt more lost with this than I was with "Silenced Tunes"! I suppose abandoning this Fanfic was for the best, because if I continued, then it probably would've been ungodly boring.
My Pet Peeves
People who keep saying "Sorry for my bad English": English is one of the most used languages in the world. However, whenever you start to read a Fanfic here, one of the first things the author says is, "Please excuse my bad English". It didn't really bother me at first, but after seeing this from so many authors, it got kind of annoying. I understand if your English isn't that good, but here's a suggestion. I don't mean to be rude, but either wait until you learn more English (Unless you're fluent in it), or write your stories in your native language.
Tons of grammar and spelling mistakes: Everyone makes mistakes, hell, even I occasionally make them as well. But if you have tons of grammar, spelling, and even punctuation mistakes (Seriously, I've seen a shit ton of stories where there's barely, if any, punctuation in them), then I will most likely not read your story. I can probably forgive you if English isn't your first language, but if it is, then my god, that is just sad. This is part of the reason why I hardly read fics nowadays, because I'm so sick and tired of seeing mountains of these mistakes.
Not bothering to separate paragraphs: It really irritates me when people write giant ass blocks of paragraphs, especially with different character dialogues. Whenever a speaker changes, separate your paragraphs!
Using Japanese words in stories that are in English: I've seen random Japanese words in stories by anime fans. People, DO NOT insert random Japanese words in your stories in English (Honorifics are totally fine, though)! Unless you're referring to a weapon, clothing, any kind of food, or group names (Ex. Yorozuya, Shinsengumi, etc.), putting Japanese words such as "Arigato" and "Gomen" makes it look stupid! What's even worse is that some authors tend to tell readers the English version of "Arigato/Gomen/ANY OTHER RANDOM JAPANESE WORD YOU CAN THINK OF!" in their authors' notes! Authors who do that, is it really that hard to put in the English version of "(Insert random Japanese word)" in the story itself? I know you may think it's "cool", but I find it really irritating! Though, I won't let myself off easily; I've added a random Japanese word in one of my first stories, but then I realized it was stupid to do that. This is probably my biggest pet peeve for fics.
Authors saying in their summaries "I suck at summaries": Whenever I see an author write in their summary, "I suck at summaries, but please read my story anyway", it makes me want to face-palm myself, hard. Read this people, NO ONE IS GOOD AT WRITING SUMMARIES! I may not be the best at writing summaries either, but I don't write down, "Summary sucks, but please read this". What you need to do is think for a while, and when you've finally come up with a decent summary, write it down. Not "Summary sucks", all right?
Review Whores: Some writers will sometimes say they won't post another chapter until they've reached X reviews. That is just being an attention whore.
Flamers (And anonymous reviews in general): How sad is it that these type of people exist? It's perfectly okay to give authors constructive criticism, since it helps them improve, but flaming is definitely not. When you read something, and you think it should have more work, give the author a few tips. Don't only say, "This sucks" or "You're a terrible author", because that's nowhere near constructive criticism. And what's worse is that most flames are from anonymous reviewers. This is actually the reason why I hate anonymous reviews (But if it's not a flame, then that's fine, though it gets very annoying and frustrating when I can't PM you, because you're not logged in).
People getting upset that they have little to no reviews: I've seen some people who've canceled their stories because they didn't have many reviews. I know how it feels to not have a lot of reviews or viewers, but please do not cancel/delete your story all because you have very few reviews. If you enjoy writing something, then keep writing!
Female OC's joining the Shinsengumi: Here's my tumblr post about it. And I forgot to mention this in my post, but what I also don't like about these is the female OC disguising herself as a man to get revenge on one of the Shinsengumi members. Seriously, if you want your OC to get revenge on a member, why is it necessary for her to join the Shinsengumi? Hell, one of the canon characters wanted to get revenge on Sougo, and she didn't even become part of the police force, so I don't see any reason for your female OC to join. By the way, I'm not saying it's impossible for a woman to disguise herself as a man, but think about it. How long do you think your OC would be able to get away with this without being discovered by somebody? Especially considering that she'd have to flatten her chest with bandages without suffocating or having said bandages become loose on their own, worry about her face looking too feminine, alter her voice without sounding too feminine or having her throat being sore, and worry about her period (Yes, that is very personal, but that's what almost all women go through). Yeah, I don't think your female OC would last very long in the Shinsengumi, especially since the members see each other all day, every day. Also, just because Nobume is in the Mimawarigumi, doesn't mean you can freely put your female OC in the Shinsengumi. The Mimawarigumi are completely irrelevant to this.
People begging for a sequel: I'm not going to harp on this too much, because people rarely ask me to do a sequel to a story of mine. However, whenever somebody does ask me, I'll bluntly tell them no. The reasons why I don't do sequels is because one: I have far less inspiration for them; and two: the sequel may not be as good as the first one. Besides, you can always reread the first story if you desperately want more.
Authors' Notes in the middle of a chapter or just an authors' note as a "chapter": One of the most annoying and groan-worthy things you see in tons of Fanfics is authors putting bits of authors' notes during the chapter, and/or having no real update, but an authors' note as a "chapter". Not only is it obnoxious, but it makes readers get their hopes up, thinking it's a new chapter (Especially when the story hasn't been updated in a long time), only to be disappointed after finding out it's just an authors' note. Now, I might forgive you if you have your "authors' note" in story form (From my time on this site, I've seen at least one person do that). Hell, I did that in two of my discontinued stories, because even though they were notes, at least it still looked like a "story" being told. But anyway, I find bits of authors' notes during the chapter more annoying, because one: it's distracting; and two: it's very sloppy and it interrupts the flow of the story. Another thing I hate is even when a story is finished, the author insists on adding an extra "chapter", which tells the readers that the sequel is up. That's very unnecessary; readers can just easily go to your profile, and see if the sequel is up. And I don't want to hear, "But they don't even bother looking at my profile, so I have to put up an authors' note like this!", because then that's the readers' faults for not bothering to look at your profile.
Reviewing their own story: There have been a few occasions where I've seen authors review their own story. Look, I don't care what your reason is, NEVER review your own story, because doing so is cheating your way to getting reviews!
Readers telling authors to update: I know how it feels to wait a long time for an incomplete story to be updated, but it doesn't help authors when you're telling them to update. Sure, there were a few instances where I thought, "I wonder when they'll update", but I never actually say it to them. I understand that you want to read more of a certain story, but it's called patience. Unless said story is discontinued, you have to be patient instead of demanding for an update, because demanding is really rude. While I've never gotten those kinds of reviews, I feel very sorry for authors who do.
MPreg stories: ...Do I need to explain why I can't stand these? All right, all right, I'll elaborate. It's completely impossible for a man to get pregnant. Men have the sperm, while women have the eggs, hence why only women are able to get pregnant. Now, I will admit that when I first heard of MPreg, I had no opinion on it. However, a while later, I realized that the idea of it was so utterly stupid and bamboozling. And I don't give a shit if it's fiction; I like to have some logic when it comes to the anatomy! Honestly, whoever first came up with this idea must've been out of their freaking mind.