Author has written 26 stories for Kingdom Hearts, Hunger Games, Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy VII, Legend of Korra, Fairy Tail, Fullmetal Alchemist, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Final Fantasy XIII-2.
Here are some things I plan to upload:
Corrupted (Fullmetal Alchemist):
Everything in this world is twisted; those are the thoughts of a parentless teenager in a time filled with riots and sedition as far as the eye could see. As Eden Elric struggles to keep her secret learning of Alchemy from both the government and her family, she has to pay the ultimate price that she could pay. With a heavy burden, she begins a crusade against those who wronged her, and, as a way of repenting for the sins she's committed, attempts to rid the world of its never ending bastardization of its people, as it is, and always has been, corrupted.
Unfulfilled Desires (Fairy Tail):
Based off of the fifteenth ending for the show, Lucy had recently snuck out of her family's mansion to explore the outside world for the first time alone. She just so happens to walk by and befriend a little pink-haired boy named Natsu, who tells her of the wonderful world of magic, where his father claims that people can go to should they fade away prematurely, still having unfulfilled desires and a strong will.
Black Is The Color Of The Hero's Heart (Sword Art Online):
A seventeen year old boy with achromatopsia, the inability to perceive colors, enters the world of Sword Art Online as a spearman in order to temporarily relieve him of his disorder. Haunted by his inability to save a young girl's life in a car accident, he develops a sense of purpose in this game, a way to repent for his inability in the real-world. Ultimately, he must use this purpose to conquer that which cannot be conquered; the human heart.
Wolf and the Moon (Legend of Korra):
Set thirty years after the end of the Legend of Korra, and twenty years after the end of the Last (Great) Airbender, the story follows the next generation of benders in a Republic City now on its last legs. After the opening of a new Spirit Portal, the balance was disturbed and the spirits, along with a mysterious malevolent force, are on the rise, and its up to the Wolf and his pack of benders to defeat the new threat.
Living Legacy (Fairy Tail):
Set twenty years after Black Fairy, follow Yuri Asher is his journey to follow in his father's footsteps and become a hero. Ultimately, Yuri and a band of friends must defeat powerful forces like rival guilds, the remnants of the Balam Alliance, a self-proclaimed savior to the world, and the one opponent that his father couldn't beat; the Demon King. Will Yuri accept the challenge and become Inigo's Living Legacy? Read the story to find out!
So here's my review "policy". It's not really a policy, but more a warning and guideline, not that you really have to follow it at all; you guys have your rights.
Okay, so things that I allow:
Basically everything that has substance. I don't care if you don't like my story, I can why you don't like it. If you dislike a certain aspect of my work, tell me so I can improve; improvement is why I post things here.
Pointing out where I flub. If there's an inconsistency, let me know immediately so I can fix it for people who read after you. If there's a plothole, let me know. The only time I'd be wary is if someone corrected every single grammatical mistake. If you do that, I'd prefer it to be in a PM, but I won't hold it against you publicly (i.e. I won't delete your review) if you do do it.
Things that I don't allow:
Personal attacks, either toward me or my audience. It's just not necessary to say "you're a terrible writer" or "what, you think you're like a real writer?" or something childish like that. For anyone who reads reviews before reading, it sends a false message just because you have a bone to pick or want to be a dick.
Unsubstantiated claims. Basically if you try and correct me, and what you say is wrong or just an opinion, I'm going to delete the review and discuss it with you privately so we can come to a consensus.