Author has written 3 stories for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Adventure Time with Finn and Jake.
Fan-fiction is a way for me to healthily get over my obsessions with certain characters in either movies or television shows. I think it's a good way to stretch my creative muscles. I often call fan-fiction an exercise, and it helps me create ideas for my own, personal stories. I used to think it was cheesy that people posted fan-fiction online, but I realize now it's a good source of constructive criticism over writing styles and it fulfills the interests of other people.
I'd like to think myself as a good creator of plots, but telling a story the right way is something I always like to work on. Writing is an art form after all.
My main goals when exploring characters in fan-fiction is to stick to the characters the original authors have created. That means no shippings here, folks.
I'm currently studying film at university.
Don't forget to review! I love reading them, and I often reply.
Took down "Why Fan-Girls Shouldn't Hug General Grievous" because it was a tad retarded (I had actually forgot it still existed on here, haven't logged on in a while). I still think it was my own kind of funny, but I don't believe dissing fan-anythings has a place on this site. It was an expression of my frustration of people exploring romance with unromantic characters -- back in the day when we didn't have the option to filter out "romance" genre. It's a lot easier to find adventure/action stuff now.
New Adventure Time fanfic up. It's a bit rushed, but I'll edit it later. I just wanted to post it. Usually I like completing my work first, but I'm at an impasse over how to end it.
As for Clone Wars... I'm over it. I still love General Grievous, but the show has disappointed me lately.
My old laptop with a really boss 6,000 words worth of fighting for my General Grievous Origin FanFic crashed. Ohhhh dear. I'm not rewriting it, but if I ever am able to recover it, I'll post it. I'm tempted to write Doctor Who fanfic lately. I only really got into it a couple of months ago. Thank-you Russel T Davies' "Midnight" for sucking me in. I should be concentrating my writing on a novel I've wanted to publish since Grade 8, but I'm stuck. Haha.