Author has written 50 stories for Pokémon, Soul Eater, Hetalia - Axis Powers, Futurama, Death Note, Steins;Gate/シュタインズ ゲート, Baccano!, Sin City, Seven, and Fight Club.
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I'm an archive staffer over at The Reviews Lounge,Too, the awesomeness promoting-better-reviewing place of awesomeness along with my staffer partner Edhla and the staffer leaderMadam'zelleGiry. We review stuff over there, promote detailed reviewing, and we add stories we think that are really good to the archives. Take a look around and see if you can find, read and review some stories there, too. :) Links right here!
I've enjoyed writing ever since I was young. I remember writing books full of short stories, most of said books being dedicated to deceased pets. After I read the Harry Potter series in the Easter week off of school when I was about 13, I was inspired to start writing again after I'd taken a break from it for a few years and wrote a ton of books, none of which were any good now I look back on them. I started looking at writing blogs to get some advice, and I feel that they have benefitted me greatly and have made me a much better writer.on Tumblr has been incredibly beneficial to me.
Although I used to, I don't want to become a published author now. I would not enjoy writing as a published author since it feels more pressuring. Also, although I don't feel every author should publish for this reason, I don't have a message or anything important I want to say in a published work. I personally see it as more of a personal goal, than a desire for popularity or tons of feedback, which is probably why I don't expect reviews/faves etc from people. Of course, I still give it, because I love giving reviews out. I doubt I will be writing when I'm older, but for now I'm having fun with it. I also want to become a better reader, since I often find myself not thinking about a lot of things like world-building, plot etc. I feel that, if I become a better reader, I'll become a better reviewer. :) I can't write without music; it's my main inspiration.
. I try to be polite. I believe it's possible to critique and be polite at the same time- and it is if you try hard enough.
I love stories that evoke an emotional response- a feel-good piece of fluff, a villain that makes my blood boil, a tragedy that makes me want to hold back the tears. I really like clever symbolism. I love it when people write characters' dialogue so well that I can 'hear' their voices in my mind as I read. I find that a story with a good 'flow of prose' keeps me reading so well. Tragic stuff is awesome. I have many like this in my Favourites section, so if you feel you may share the same interests in fanfiction as I do, please do take a browse through those.
Why can people not spend their time on a nice, helpful review, but can can spend ages typing out a large, 'whiny' paragraph at an author they don't like, trying to be an Internet warrior? Why do people ask (or demand) that you review their work, and yet they don't review others' work that they liked? I am fine with receiving harsh/negative comments on my own work. I can keep writing without reviews, follows, faves, etc. I do not expect a review for a review. Feel free to unfave/unfollow me/a story at any time! I won't bug you about it. :)
I mainly write poems, one-shots and drabbles. If I ever write a multichap again, just like my previous multichaps, I'll be sure to update it. I will do that even if it gets no attention at all. And remember, don't just hold the update until you get X amount of reviews. It's a waste of valuable writing time! Write for the fun, not for the fame. Otherwise, writing will lose its fun; it'll become a chore and a competition. Even if your work doesn't get any attention, keep writing. Screw fame, and write for fun. :)
I'm currently writing a collab fic with my good FF buddy ArceusGPG: Terra Firma,Aqua Regia- Pokémon, Rated T. Team Aqua and Magma are on a mission to retrieve the artifacts that they highly prize- the Blue and Red Orbs, respectively. When an unlikely member of Team Aqua finds the Blue Orb, her boss does not believe that someone so low of rank could achieve such a feat. She sets out on a journey to prove her worth. When a thief finds the Red Orb, he takes an entirely different path... (Story is on hold.)
Q: Your review/critique/story offended/upset me and I'd like to talk to you about it.
Q: Why do you seem so accepting to rude critiques/reviews? I thought you were against it?
Q: Can you review my/ my friend's story/ies,please?
Tips for accepting critiques with grace and poise from 'The Reviews Lounge, Too' forum:
1. Don't Take It Personally: Critiquers aren't trying to attack you, to purposely hurt your feelings, or to get you down. They don't even know who you are.They're telling you what they honestly think of your writing because they genuinely want you to improve.
Achievements (Shh, 12th is an achievement in my book! XD)
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