Author has written 10 stories for Chuck, Glee, Wrestling, and White Collar.
tv shows I watch (in order): WWE Raw, The Following, The Flash, Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, and WWE Smackdown. I am so behind in NCIS... ;-; My topic of choice in stories are adventurist stories, paranormal: such as super abilities and action pack stories.
I just want to start this off by saying that I am a nice person. At time's I have found it very, very hard to leave a message, a review or even a note and people constantly comparing my words to someone who is rude or who thinks they are better than others and you guys who think this couldn't be more wrong. I am not like that, but I think it's just how people read things, if we were face to face, it would sound completely different than reading something from a complete stranger. Now, I might disprove of some things, such as I am not a fan of slash. I don't read it and I am not a big fan for romance stories, nowadays. I know one of my old time favorite stories that had romance, but nothing with smut or anything like that, Klaine stories from the Glee fandom. I am also not a big fan of OC stuff, sorry... Anyone can write a good OC, that's the easy part about writing, the tough part is trying to write like your favorite characters >:) and the majority of these OCs are either falling in love with the wrestlers/superheroes/main characters, etc. The story is either base on the OC and narrating them. Also, I am not a fan when writers use real actors or their names in their stories...bad humans.
I do, however, like the original wrestling companies like XWF. Made up wrestling companies for OC wrestlers, but I want to find one that only has OCs and not with real wrestlers crossing over.
But, moving back to what I was saying, would never be rude to anyone. I do think some writers on this site can be a bit fragile. Some people would take a review or a message, twist it out of proportion and take it a wrong way or and looking for the good and happy thoughts. And on the last part, it's nothing wrong with that, but it's not really teaching you anything, and if you do have an error, the reviewers are not going to tell you about it. It is because of that, that's I have to watch what I type. It is hard to tell people that I am not trying to come off like a bad person, so please before you sharpen your spears, don't take it that way. I would never claim that I am better than anyone or say that someone's story is bad. It's one thing to tell someone how to fix their stuff than to say something completely evil.
Back to the cool stuff, I am a fan of the Shield (WWE), and when I say I am a fan, it means I am a fan of all three. I don't just like Roman, although he is my favorite of the three, then Dean and then Seth (and I have other wrestlers I like, like Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, Paige, Naomi, and etc) . 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.
The stories I let slide: there are a few stories that has an OC that is written in the story not as a love interest or anything like that, like Kings and Soldiers by Marvelyn, and although its based around the girl character, it is really good. Now, I am ok with secondary OCs or other characters that play a small part, or something like that, like Country Roads by Tori of Lorien, the original characters are also the bad guys! and some die... which is ok as long as it is not the main character(s) of the story and fandom. There has been time's I let slide again, BUT, I don't do it often. And there are a few stories that have 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 am working on new stories: a few Flash one-shots, a lot of Shield stories (some featuring other superstars). WRTY has some good plots coming up, one featuring Bray. Some crossover ideas with RSD.
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