Author has written 11 stories for Naruto.
'Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.' -CS Lewis
Ako'y isang Pinoy sa puso't diwa, Pinoy na isinilang sa ating bansa.
Hi there. Yui is me. I write generally plot-driven short stories usually with twists. Pls. don't skip chapters. There are important details in each one so if you skip, you'll ruin the whole story's essence for yourself. Spoilers will really spoil the experience. I can't stop you but it won't be my loss. Ye be warned!
I sometimes receive questions on how I work my plots. Each story is a learning experience for me in terms of writing style and story-telling techniques. I add links to plot notes at the end of some of my stories. Everyone's welcome to them.
The cover artworks I use are mostly mine. If you care to see larger images and other Naruto art, visit my gallery on DeviantArt . Without A Name has cover art for each chapter there.
If you're an Itachi fan, The Butterfly Effect is for you. If you're not an Itachi fan but a mature (as in serious/analytical) reader who appreciates satirical content, you might like it. It includes practically all the major characters.
Do check out the fics in my fav list written by awesome authors! You won't regret it.
1. "I suck at summaries" - screams either lazy or false humility. A sucky summary is better than this lousy excuse. Let's phase out this absurdity out of FF.net, shall we?
2. "This story is about" and "What if" – Drop them. Everything in fiction is a "what if" and it's always about something so what's the use of adding these useless phrases?
3. "I wrote this story blah-blah" - The name of the author is in the byline, no need to reiterate you wrote it. Same with indicating it’s a love story if the genre is tagged as romance, and so on. Shared credit can be written inside.
4. "I wrote it because..." - even if the story idea came about as an epiphany after you hit your head in the shower, it still doesn't tell us anything useful.
We only have less than 400 characters to describe what the story is about. Use the space well. State the story's conflict, quote an interesting line, give a little teaser, so many other options that will draw readers in and not tell us that you have no idea what you've written yourself.
And here's one other:
5. "No Flames" is just a cop out and tells us the writer is so unsure of his own work but wants to stay delusional about his capability so only wants empty praises for self-gratification. Shame. Shame.
Just two of the worst spelling mistakes in the English language:
1. "Could've" VS "could of." Could've is the contraction of "could have." "Could of" is WRONG and yet it's the most common mistake made by generally native English speakers. Likewise, it's "would've" and "should've."
2. Then and Than, know the difference.