Author has written 10 stories for Chuck, Glee, Wrestling, and White Collar.
tv shows I am a fan of (in order): WWE Raw, The Following, The Flash, NCIS, Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, WWE Smackdown, and Glee
I am a fan of the Shield (WWE), I enjoy writing and reading other fanfiction stories. My topic of choice in writers is adventure, action, paranormal: superpowers and drama packed. I am not a fan of OC stories, I believe that it's more challenging as a writer to try and mimic what the wrestlers or characters would do or say. Anyone can write a good OC and the majority of these characters are either falling in love with the wrestlers or superheroes or the main characters. The story is either base on the OC and narrating the character. I am also not a big fan of romance stories, that's including slash. Sorry, I find it weird.
Although there are a few stories that I do that has OCs, like Kings and Soldiers by Marvelyn, and although its based around the girl character, it is really good. Now, I am ok with secondary OC or other characters that play a small part, or something like that, like from the story Country Roads by Tori of Lorien, the original characters are also the bad guys! and some die... which is ok... which brings me to my next point! I don't like when main characters die :( There are only a few stories that I let slide, like but in reality, I don't like it. And there are a few stories that has a little romance in it and I let slide because the story is awesome, by thievesfire (the story isn't solely based on romance.)
I feel odd writing about my Shield boys, at one point I thought about changing their names or spelling their names differently. It'll still belong to the WWE, I'm not calming anything, but my ideas :D but maybe it will feel less awkward for me. My favorite kind of stories while using WWE superstars is using them outside of their wrestling world, rather it's them as undercover agents, students, or other different jobs. And not saying that fanfiction stories with them as themselves is bad, my stories 'Alone' and 'Who runs the yard' are like that, but I like to explore :3
Which leads me to another thing! We as writers know our favorite characters by their in-ring names, we should not use their real names. It's also a part of the rules, which I never knew this site had. I know how wrestling is a gray area because some wrestlers use their real names like John Cena and Randy Orton. I know it's not just wrestling, other shows--the fans get it into their heads that it is ok to write about the actors in weird story plots. That's not my scene and people should stop that... bad humans!
I am working on stories, a Flash one shot, a lot of Shield stories (some featuring other superstars). WRTY has some good plots coming up, one featuring Bray. Some crossover ideas with RSD. Also, when I say I am a fan of the Shield, it means I am a fan of all three. I don't just like Roman and then bash the other two, although Roman is my favorite, then Dean and then Seth. I still like all three.
Other wrestlers I like: Jeff Hardy will always be my favorite, Randy Orton, Paige and Naomi are my favorite divas at this time, Lita will always be my favorite. The Uso's (who doesn't, and I liked them even before I learned there are related to Roman and Rikishi's sons.) Can't like one hardy without the other, Matt Hardy. John Cena, and of course I like others as well like Undertaker, Stone Cold, and Edge.
One other thing, reviewing. When it comes to stories I believe it is right for the readers, when you are done reading a story. If you can sit in one setting and read 5k to 10k words, then you can leave a review. If I find a story that I enjoy and I like, I will review it, every chapter because I believe it's right. Also if someone does grace your story with such a thing, message them back and say thanks and or check out one of their stories, because at the end the day, we are all fans, all writers and we just want to see what people think. With my stories, I want to be critiqued, I have issues too, one thing I am bad at is getting my tenses mixed up while writing. I want to know if I wrote the characters right. If the grammar is right, if I did a good job editing or just to see what the viewers liked about the story.
People ask for others to review after reading all the time, so the least they can do is find their viewers and see how they write and see what they do, and show them some love. Or try R4R (read and review for read and review.)
I am a nice person, I'm not mean, I might disprove of some things, but I would never be rude to anyone. I've been told I have a dark sense of humor, but I try not to use it on here and I can be sarcastic... a lot... When I review, I like to give critiques as well... I wasn't always like this... I blame my graphic design teachers... At times I think some writers on this site are fragile to reviews and only look for people to say good and happy thoughts... some people would take a review, twist it out of proportion and take it a wrong way. That's the only reason I have to watch what I say... I would never get on here and tell someone that their story sucks, is stupid, or anything like that... It's one thing to tell someone how to fix their stuff than to say something completely evil.
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