Poll: Are you tired of all the "Rey Kenobi" or "Rey Palpatine" Fan theories. If so, choose who YOU think she's related to and I might make a story, or at least a fact in my new Star Wars fanfic. Vote Now!
Author has written 13 stories for Ninjago, Dragon Booster, How to Train Your Dragon, Danny Phantom, Lord of the Rings, Avengers, Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow, Futurama, Hot Wheels: Battle Force 5, Star Wars, and Big Hero 6.
Hello there. I am here to bring wholesome entertainment to the world of fanfiction.
I DO NOT ACCEPT CUSSING IN THE REVIEWS!
But please, tell the world of fanfiction to read my stories and review!
Likes: horses, dogs, drawing, writing, history, Medieval art, cheeseburgers, chicken (the world's most versatile meat), coke, Pepsi, Puzzle games, Marvel's new Avengers movie, soundtrack music (Like "Raider's March" or the "Jurassic Park Theme"), adventure movies, the Inheritance Cycle, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy movies and new Hobbit movie, and pizza
Dislikes: SNAKES!!!!!, horror films, curse words, evil, when Fanfiction writers pull people from the real world into a movie or like and said real person knows everything about said movie or like (destroys the magic in my opinion), snakes, stories featuring slash or incest or someone 16-19 falling for someone 21-40 (I mostly except that is what happens in real life, I just don't wanna read about it), racists (I'm Irish-American), people of minority groups who complain about racism (Google Irish-American history to find out why), and finally: snakes. Oh, did I mention I hate snakes?
Note: I will not show my age, religion, political standing, race, or gender to you, mostly due to privetcy, but mainly because I don't think it really matters. I'm here to write stories about movies, books, etc. that I am a fan of in a way that is enjoyable to you. But I need your help, so please read and review. Oh and another thing: be nice to me and I will be nice to you.
Ohh, here's somethin' I've been seeing a lot:
FIND YOUR ELEMENT:
You have a short temper. (a bit)
You often act on your emotions without thinking first.
You are very competitive.
You like to play with fire.
You are not a strong swimmer or you can't swim at all.
You prefer warm weather over cold weather.
You often lose control over yourself.
You can be quite reckless.
You sometimes hurt people without realizing it.
People have often called you insane.
You have a calm, laid-back personality.
You like to go to the beach.
You rarely get angry.
When you do get angry, you know how to control it.
You think before you act.
You are good at breaking up fights.
You are a good swimmer.
You like the rain.
You can stay calm in stressful situations.
You are very generous.
You are physically strong.
You have a close connection with nature.
You don't mind getting dirty.
You form strong opinions on issues that concern you.
You could easily survive in the wild.
You care about the environment.
You can easily focus on your work without getting distracted.
You rarely get depressed.
You aren't afraid of anything.
You prefer to have a strict set of rules.
You have a free spirit.
You hate rules.
You prefer to be out in the open rather than in small, enclosed spaces.
You hate to be restrained.
You are very independent and outgoing.
You are quite intelligent.
You tend to be impatient.
You are easily distracted.
You can sometimes be hyperactive and/or annoying.
You wish you could fly.
You spend most of your time alone
You prefer nighttime over daytime.
You like creepy things.
You like to play tricks on people.
Black is your favorite color. (one of)
You prefer the villains over the heroes in movies, TV shows, video games, etc.
You don't talk much
You are atheist.
You don't mind watching scary movies.
You love to break the rules.
You are very polite.
You are spiritual.
When someone is in trouble, you never hesitate to help them.
You believe everything you see or hear.
You are afaid of the dark.
You hate violence.
You hope for world peace.
You are generally a happy person.
Everyone loves to be around you.
You always follow the rules.
I AM LIGHT!!! Yeah!!!... now what?
for those of you who are new to Fanfiction, here are some vocab:
AU - Alternate Universe. A story which deviates from canon (see canon) and explores possible events had things happened differently. (Ex: What would have happened if Darth Vader had never gone to the Dark Side?)
A/N: - Author's notes, commenting on his or her fic, or an element of it.
Bashing - Poking fun of a character, pairing, or topic, portraying them as unintelligent or ridiculous.
Beta - Someone who helps to edit a fic, or give suggestions about the plot.
Canon - The way the story unfolded originally outside of fan fiction; the way the original creator or author portrayed it.
Challenge - Similar to a writing prompt or plot bunny. (See plot bunny.) A challenge, though, sets specific guidelines/rules for the writer, or outlines objects or events the fic has to include. Can be any genre, or multiple genres. (See genre.) (Ex: Squidward must date Sandy, Obi-Wan must learn to play the bagpipes, Must be rated PG.)
Cover Art - Art created for a fic, either by the author themselves, or someone else. A lot like the cover for a novel.
Cirtris - light romance huging, kissing, cudling, and etc
Crackfic - Fics that have unique or strange plots, or maybe no plot at all. Can usually be classified as humor. (Ex: A story about Darth Vader and the pet bunny he named Fred.)
Crossover - A fic which combines two or more fandoms, connecting canon events or creating situations where characters from different fandoms meet. (See fandom.)
Death fic - A fic that someone writes that is when the main character or just characters die normally one-shots or two-shots ( see one-shot or two-shot)
Disclaimer - A note by the author of a fic acknowledging that the characters and events they are portraying are not their original or intellectual property. They may also state that the author does not intend to make any profit from their writing or infringe upon the original creator's rights.
Drabble - A very short piece of writing meant to convey or portray a specific emotion, point, or instance. 100 words only in its most strict form, not including author's notes. (See author's note.)
Fandom - A term for the show, movie, book, or cartoon which a fan supports, enjoys, or is writing fan fiction for. (Ex: Star Wars, Bones, Spongebob Squarepants, etc.)
Fan Fiction/Fanfic/Fic - Stories written by fans for television shows, books, movies, or cartoons, about the characters or events included within a specific fandom or fandoms. (See Fandom.)
Flame/Flaming - A cruel, overly harsh review of someone’s work without any constructive criticism. Any flames given here will not be forwarded to the author, and the reviewer will be given a warning.
Fluff - Fics that are lighthearted, usually very cute, or very romantic.
Gen/Genfic - A story that is free of any slash or overly graphic content. (See slash.) Can also be used to mean that the story is free of any type of romantic relationship.
Genre - The category a story belongs to. (Ex: Humor, angst, romance, etc..)
IC - In character. The way that a character's personality is portrayed matches what fans have come to expect from that character. (Ex: Count Olaf is evil but wacky, always sinister, stupid, or overdramatic.)
Mary Sue - A character, usually female, that is very stereotypical, and often has all the answers to all the problems in a storyline. A Mary Sue is also usually interested in, or paired romantically with, one of the other characters. The male version of a Mary Sue is often called a Gary Stu.
OC - Original character. An original character of your own creation. (See fandom.)
OOC - Out of character. The way that a character's personality is portrayed doesn't match what fans have come to expect from that character. (Ex: The Mad Hatter and March Hare are boring and sane)
One-Shot - A piece of writing, similar to a vignette, (see vignette) that is not connected to or intended to follow another story. The characters' thoughts are often less internally focused than a vignette however, and the tone less formal. Can be any genre. (See genre.)
OTP - One true pairing. A romantic pairing that a fan personally believes is the only true or acceptable romantic pairing in a fandom. Usually, but not necessarily, a pairing that is part of canon. (See canon.) (Ex: Leia/Han)
Plot Bunny - An idea for a story, or an element of a story.
POV - Point of view. The perspective a story is written from.
Ship - A particular romantic pairing. (Ex: Anakin/Padmé, Sam/Jessica.)
Shipper - Someone who likes, supports, or promotes a certain romantic pairing.
Slash - Male/male or female/female romantic parings. Female/female parings are often referred to as Femslash. (Slash of any kind is not allowed on this site.)
Spoiler/Spoilers - Information, references, or events from certain episodes, books, or movies within a fandom that others may not know of, or wish to know of. Especially important for an ongoing series like a television show, since not every fan may have seen the most recent episode. (Ex: Anakin becomes Darth Vader in Star Wars ep. 3 Revenge of the Sith)
Tag - A story with events that are connected to, meant to follow, or meant to occur just before events in a certain episode, book, or movie in a fandom. Often explores a character's thoughts or feelings about those events.
'Verse - Short for universe. The events, characters, and storyline surrounding a fandom or an AU series of fics. Often used in phrases like "movie 'verse," "comic 'verse," etc.
Vignette - A short piece of writing, usually a story which is only a few pages long, that focuses on making a particular point or exploring a particular emotion or event. The characters' thoughts are usually internally focused, and the tone more formal. Can be any genre. (See genre.)
WIP - Work in progress. A story that is not posted completely, and is still being written.
On a sadder note, I have recently lost my traveldrive containing ALL my stories and must redo the chapters and, sadly, put most of my stories up for adoption. Please PM me if you wish to adopt and I'll give you the details.