Author has written 20 stories for Naruto, Evangelion, Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Zoids, How to Train Your Dragon, Legend of Korra, Code Geass, and Fairy Tail.
So, it's been a long time since I posted anything, and a lot of people have been asking about me. Thanks to all those that did that, it was really nice of you. Fact of the matter is, since this pandemic started, with my poor health, I've had a few brushes with Covid-19. Still alive, though. But since's I've been in the hospital, and been gone for so long, it feels like the stories I've written don't even belong to me anymore. I'm not saying I'm going to quit, it's just going to be a while before I feel like I can put something out.
Honestly, I'm only going to keep 1 of my Naruto fics, and it's a crossover. Seeing Red can be considered Complete at chapter 42. And I'm keeping New Genesis Evangelion. The rest can be considered discontinued or up for adoption.
So very sorry to all of you.
Adoption Notice: I have a lot of stories out right now, and some of them just don't take off, and some I'm so stuck on that I have no idea how to get them going again. So instead of deleting them, I'd like to give them to someone that could do a better job than I could.
Stories up For Adoption:
The Following is what I, as a writer, feel is what makes a person a writer. Questions have been asked of me, and the answers are as read bellow.
A writer once asked me "I would like to ask how do you come up with ideas and execute them so well?"
Part of what makes a writer, to me, is 40 % imagination, 50 % creativity and, in my case, 10 % perverted insanity. But, and this is the important bit, not every writer is the same. Sure some have similar writing styles, but as far as ideas go, it's all up in the air. Being able to think about something happening and then putting pen to paper, that's what gets you started.
That same Writer also asked "How do you explain stuff so well like in a lot of stories yours included they wet the mood and tell exactly what's going on I have a problem and always put more dialog in and I don't know how people do it and take seeing red for example like how did you set it up so good with how you were explaining it so well and set the mood?"
My answer: "It takes a lot of thinking. The way I do it is visualizing myself in the same situation. Like describing the landscape a character is in. You would put yourself in an area that would match the terrain, like an ever green forest for the land of lightning or iron, as for what's happening to or between characters, it helps to know about the feelings you want them to experience. Take a chapter of Seeing Red for example. Tayuya jumping in front of Naruto to save him drove him into a rage that resulted in Raiga's death by his hands, and gave Ranmaru to the grief he needed to fully unlock his doujutsu. In my opinion, that chapter was mainly about pain. That's what I do. If I know something is going to be painful, or some other sort of emotion in one of my chapters, I base it completely on the prospect that someone is going to go through some sort of pain."
When writing a chapter full of emotion I usually listen to music that matches the mood of the chapter I'm working on at the moment. Nothing heavy or anything like that. What helps me most of the time is Disney music, which can be sad or cheerful at any given time.
Given sometimes that some writers take long leaves of absence from their stories shouldn't be a worry. We all have lives to live, jobs to work, and families to love. Being a writer to some, is a hobby, and no one should feel obligated to write. If you want to write, then write. Me; I simply love doing it. I write what I want to write, however, I do take the readers into consideration, and try to keep them in mind after reading their reviews. Now not everyone does this, mind you, but it helps sometimes to hear others out, because some of those reviews come from great writers, and it's their way of extending a helping hand.
But still, you shouldn't write because you feel you have to do it. No, write because you want to do what you love.
Ignore them or block the reviewer.
"This is trash 99.9% of all authors on this website have no skill at writing." was im leaving fanfic's review to one of my stories.
My reply was for him/her to go to hell and bend over so Satan could shove a pineapple up their ass. No matter how many good reviews a story gets, there are bound to be a few "flames" among them. You can either ignore them, as I said, or block them, or fight back, as I did because this person not only insulted me, which would have been fine because I'm just one person, but he/she insulted every other writer on this site. That I could not, and would not stand for, so I bit back and let them have it in an author's note.
Now that can come back to bite you, because some of these people will run to the admins, which has happened to me, but I was let off with warnings.
I've also had a few people ask me about the "Lemons" I write. Now here's where I take a bit of a bite out of myself. You see, in my opinion, there are "Lemons"(Love Scenes) and then there are "Lemons" (Sex Scenes). I have no problem with either, because most of the stories I read are M rated. Now, you may wonder, what's the difference?
Keep in mind that this is simply my opinion on the matter. Love Scenes do include mature content, I.E. sex. but it's more of a lover's scene, instead of some Fanfics I've read, and enjoyed, where the characters go at it right off the bat, and some of the main characters are off screwing everything with the right parts or prefered parts, whatever the character's sexual preference is. This type of "Lemon" is what I call a "Hardcore Lemon", in which the scene is quite long, and much, much more descriptive.
A "Love Scene Lemon" is rather soft, and tender, if you will, and, while descriptive, it isn't overly descriptive to the point of being too much to take. It is a scene between two characters that care for, and/or need each other at that point in time. Now these scenes are not as well liked, because, and I agree with this, they are build up scenes that take several chapters.
The lead-up to these is quite obvious. Characters meet, and, over time, fall in love. The easy bit about this is seeing it happen, the hard part is having the patience to wait so long to actually write it. And they are emotional. Lord are they emotional. Between two characters in such a scene you have so many emotions flying around it's almost like an EF-5 Tornado.
Many of these emotions are fear, pain, and love for most. But there is also an element of humor in them sometimes, and that's when you see an Author's true potential come out.
And no, I'm not referring to either type of "Lemon". When a writer becomes good enough to the point when you can read their work, and you can feel the emotions of the character as you read, then whether or not that person has written a book, you are in the presence of a professional. I've come across several with that sort of talent on this site, and have had the pleasure of reading their work, and asking, then receiving advice from them. Myself, I'm no where near that good, but there are some, who have only just started on their first stories that have that potential right off the bat, which in itself, amazing.
Now, back to the "Lemons", a word of caution. While it hasn't happened in a while (Three years) there was, indeed a crackdown on such stories. One Author on this site went so far as to create a community for such stories, and used it to report to the Admins.
To this writer/Author, I say this.
This is . where people young and old come to unleash their imagination. If you want to take that away from them, then there is no reason at all for this site to exist.
Those of us that write, love to write purely for that reason, because it helps us unleash a storm from our minds and lets others see what we are capable of. Now, I can understand that the "M" rating is mainly used for 'sexual situations', but without a proper "MA" rating, it's all we've got. So, I say, throw caution to the wind, and let your creative mind soar.
Almost all of my stories have, or will have, "Lemons" in them, and I've been on this site for a good three years myself, and none of them have been taken from me yet, oh sure I've been reported for various things, such as showing favoritism to an unliked character, or mention of rape in a story, which there have been plenty of, believe me, I've read some stories that had rape scenes in them that frightened me to my core. Why do they frighten me? Because such descriptive scenes could only have been done by a victim.
But as long as I've been writing, the Admin's have only ever warned me that I have been reported.
Now, to put an end on this, as I'm writing this with four to five young Author's in mind, I encourage them to write what the feel, and love. Because if you're not doing that, then you can't truly say you're a writer if you don't love what you're doing. Don't feel obligated to start because feel like you need to, but don't dare feel obligated to continue because you feel that you have to do it.
Simply be the writer that you want yourself to be. And be nothing else.
That is a Writer's Spark
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