Author has written 10 stories for Gravitation, Ouran High School Host Club, Ōkiku Furikabutte/Big Windup!/おおきく振りかぶって, Blue Exorcist/青の祓魔師, Code Lyoko, Detective Conan/Case Closed, and South Park.
I wrote fanfiction to increase my writing ability!
Please take care of me!
Why do I write stories in which I insert myself?
At first this was something that developed as a child, when I first began to write stories they were my "adventures" with my imaginary friends or even my real friends. As kids, when we play we usually always roleplay and that is what sparked my writing ability. I always wrote down what I would play a certain day, in the form of comics and having been introduced books and media it inspired me to become a storyteller. Usually in these stories I wrote from my childhood I was always the main character because these were counts of my childhood roleplays.
In terms of fanfiction, I had always wrote them even before I knew what fanfiction was. (Child hipster) Most of the time on this website I like to revamp them with my current writing ability. Very seldom do I release the raw content of an innocent 7-10 year old writer, though I will consider uploading a few for the mere learning experience of how a child writes, and for the entertainment of how a child sees the world.
Since I do insert myself into a variety of my published fanfiction, I came up with various aliases that are all basically an actor (me) playing as all these characters. Sometimes, I end up inserting the same character into a different fanfiction when I feel the character would work best in another certain fanfiction. Other than that, most of the time I write my oc's in a way that I could easily role play that character if I ever got the chance. Writing myself completely into a story is almost improbable for me, the only way possible would be to have a scenario where I somehow ended up in a fictional world. These types of concepts only work well when its well-written, all possible plot holes sealed and have something to save your story from the fact that you have such a basic over-used fanfiction trope. But if anything, the best way to resolve this issue, is by simply basing the character off of you the closest you can possible.