Author has written 60 stories for Metropolis, Trigun, Megami Kouhosei, Cowboy Bebop, Hellsing, CSI, Naruto, V for Vendetta, Band of Brothers, Fullmetal Alchemist, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Final Fantasy XII, and Sherlock.
I used to be a total fanfiction addict, from when I joined in 2003 to around 2005 or 2006. Around that time, I kinda lost interest. I wasn't reading OR writing for a long time, until about mid-2013. These days I write more fics for Sherlock and Game of Thrones, although there'll be a random one from another fandom thrown in every once in a while. I really don't read much fanfiction anymore thought. :c Sorry in advance for my disappointingly short fics; you're not gonna get much more than a one-shot or small collection out of me!
I also post my work at AO3 under the same pen name. There are some pieces from FF.net as well as some pieces that I can't post here due to not having the proper category.
I also post at tumblr. My fic blog is http://abisianjunior.tumblr.com ; my repost dump is abisianjr.tumblr.com ; Enjoy the fandom overload.
You're certainly welcome to take a look around my dAif you're feeling really ambitious.
I can't believe I'm having to put this here. In my more-than-ten years on Fanfiction.net, I have never (to my knowledge) had to deal with plagiarism. And that's saying something, when you're dealing with fanfiction.
If you want to use a similar theme or idea, go for it; there's not too much that's original these days, especially when you're dealing with a TV show/movie/book/whathaveyou that has a relatively large fanbase. However, DO NOT, under any circumstances, use my words and call them your own. If you can't even be bothered to use your own adjectives, what's the point in calling yourself a writer? Unabashed, shameless plagiarism will not be tolerated. If the mistake has been brought to your attention, graciously change your story so that the plagiarism isn't so blatant and apologize, especially if it was unintended. Don't try to cover your tracks and make yourself a larger liar. Leaving a memo in your author's notes giving credit where credit is due is also good form.
Plagiarism is wrong. It is THEFT of intellectual and/or written property. The rules still apply to fanfiction, even if the work isn't published. Have some decency; have some morals. Don't plagiarize.
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