Poll: What genre would you like me to write? (choose as many as you'd like :D ) Vote Now!
Author has written 8 stories for Shugo Chara!, and Kagerou Days/カゲロウデイズ.
I write Rimahiko. I've tried other pairings, but I am mainly a Rimahiko writer and if I ever post anything for other pairings, it will usually have some kind of Rimahiko in there.
I love music... Favorite Vocaloid: IA. Actual Japanese singers? Kradness and Kana Nishino. I love Kpop too: Infinite, Oh My Girl, BTS, NU'EST ... Music in actual English? Taylor Swift, The Cab, Kelly Clarkson ... Fall Out Boys, because a friend recced it, who also happens to be my wonderful beta reader. Thank you Jo-chan!!
Anime/otaku life-> Durarara!!, Shugo Chara, AKB0048, Detective Conan, Moblie Suit Gundam 00, Pandora Hearts, Toradora, Blast Of Tempest, Your Lie in April, Hanasku Iroha, Attack on Titan, Love Live, Shin Sekai Yori, Magi, Kuroko no Basket, Nagi No Asukura, Akame Ga Kill, Cardcaptor Sakura, Hunter x Hunter, etc.
Studio Ghibil movies are epic. So epic that it deserves its own line.
I would greatly appreciate it if you took my poll located at the top of my profile.
As usual, the newer stuff is better. I wouldn't recommend reading my multi-chapter unless you feel like slogging your way through inconsistent writing and don't mind all the annoying foreshadowing for events that have not yet happened. Sorry for that, but I will finish that thing, no matter how bad it is.
Basically, I hate non-'real writers'. I like people who put effort into their stories and at least try develop their writing. I like stories that pay attention to grammar and have some sort of understandable plot. I know this is an overdone demand, but I think of FanFiction as a place to nurture writing while having fun with the characters and concepts you enjoy. Any stories that would probably land you a D or below in English class, I WILL NOT READ. Usually, I would say C and below, but most writers start out as having C quality writing — usually caused by the over usage of dialog. Don't misunderstand me, there's nothing wrong with lots of dialog; dialog moves the story along (quoted from my old English teacher) but it makes the story really light and substanceless. Good writing keeps your interest by letting you know the character's feelings at just the right times and not under-doing or overdoing the tiny details.
Also, good fiction writing can come in four other ways (which I decided after reading lots of author interviews):
Well, this may be a little harsh but this is how I think. And I am by no means there yet. At most, I have managed number 1 and 4 during my time writing. Most of the time, I write like most of the FanFiction population: when I feel like it, and then I revise once or twice, then post it, hoping for the best. I think that's perfectly acceptable unless you are writing purely for the fan service and have no intention of writing anything with true effort or from your heart.
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