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I use fanfiction as both a distraction from the stress of real life and, well, for entertainment. I suggest reading the stories I have favorited. They are funny, interesting, or both
One thing I will give as advice: if you, as an author, ever feel the need to apologize for or outwardly justify a specific point (plot, characterization, setting, whatever) in a story, consider whether you're actually making the right decision. If you can predict that your audience will lambaste you for it, think twice before adding it. Is it actively necessary? Does it fit with the tone of the story? Does it make logical sense? If you can't resolve these questions, it's rather poor writing to expect your audience to rationalize the failure for you.
Another bit of advice, this time more immediately useful: you can replace/update chapters using the manage stories function. If everyone hates something you did, you can always just change it.
In case my favorites list is too daunting, here are my absolute favorites:
Harry Potter: A Black Comedy, Harry Potter and the Boy Who Lived, Forging the Sword, On the Way to Greatness, The Strange Disappearance of SallyAnne Perks. These are a nice mix of humor, adventure, mystery, and drama. No angst.
Harry Potter Crossover: Awaken Sleeper, Evil Be Thou My Good, Browncoat, Green Eyes. Adventure, Horror, and Humor, in that order.
Everything else: The Son of Suns Trilogy (Into the Storm, In Shadows and Darkness, At the Brink of the Dawn and the Darkness.) These are my absolute favorite stories on this site.
Rorshach's Blot: Gets a special mention because he's absolutely hilarious despite his, ah, grammar allergy. Not for everyone.
Stories rattling around in my head, likely never to be put to paper:
Harry Potter and the Forever Serpent: Harry Potter/Magic: the Gathering: He’d expected the necessity of his death. He most certainly didn’t expect to feel a lurch, fall unconscious, and wake up in a different world, very much alive. With five suns overhead, with glimmering metal underfoot, Harry Potter, Planeswalker, took his first steps onto Mirrodin and into the eternities beyond.
Rippling Waters: Harry Potter: Gilderoy Lockhart was a fraud. A charlatan, whose memory charms and winning smile were all that lay between fame and destitution. But what if he wasn’t? What if the banshee slayer, the werewolf tamer, the magical force of good, was truly all that he claimed to be?
Harry Potter and the Vale of Stars: Harry Potter: It never was his parseltongue fluency that caused Harry Potter to hear voices. What ridiculous variety of snake mutters to itself as it attempts a kill? No, the words came from a source far darker: the semi-corporeal inhabitant of a black diary. The Sorting Hat said Slytherin would help Harry on the way to greatness. It was right, but so very wrong.
Shade and Firelight: Harry Potter/Book of Amber: Their lives were lost, and so had he. On a stroll to death, Harry Potter thought of his departed allies. When he arrived, he found them, whole, as though they’d never fallen in the war...but they are not the only anomalies present. Another claims his name. His memories betray him. To solve his quest, to discover himself, Harry must travel a web stretching from Godric’s Hollow to Amber, the world beyond worlds.
Uzumaki: Naruto/Gurren Lagann: Everyone knew that the village hidden in the whirlpools was named for its primary clan. This was indeed the truth, if only a partial variant thereof. But no one thought to ask what the clan was named for, not until a lonely blond seeking a family found an intergalactic legacy instead.
Everlight: Everworld/Highschool DxD: The world of Rias Gremory is a captive bubble, a trapped universe flickering outside the bounds of natural law. The Everworld is another such bubble, one exerting undue influence on the land of devils, dragons, angels, and fallen. A minor echo of the great beast is one thing. To the detriment of the established supernatural order, Ka Anor incarnate is quite another.
Conceptual Reinforcement: Persona 5/Psychonauts: Agents Nein and Vodello are sent to Japan for the sake of investigating unauthorized and unexplained ventures into the human psyche. They expected a simple snatch-and-grab operation. They didn't expect the talking cat, the demons, or the teenagers.
Hear, O Israel: Highschool DxD: Deep within the halls of power, it is thought that God is dead. It is believed that heaven is shattered, her legions crippled by the loss of their font. In one sense, this is correct. But even as the deity of the New Testament lies buried, strange messengers come bearing tidings of another. The father of Jesus is dead. The lord of David yet reigns.
An incomplete list of things I dislike in a story: