Author has written 3 stories for Naruto.
So yes, I'm back after a terribly long hiatus. There's been a lot of stuff going on in my life (moving, family drama, I won't bore you with the typical teenage angst) and I just needed to take a step back from everything. I've been getting messages a lot and I feel sorry for making people wait, but I've somewhat changed over this year and as I reread my stories and profile, I realised my stories need not only heavy revision, but to be lit on fire - yes, heavy - duty gasoline - because the only thing I can say about them was that they were fueled by the hormone - addled mind of a young teenager.
Former username: MistressSolar
...I used to watch a lot of SailorMoon...
Couple: Sasuhina - the only pairing I ship as I am a total sap for the classic boy-chases-girl romance (hey, if you can't live it, write it, right?) and I do think the circumstances of their relationship would be thrilling( she's in love with his best friend; he's never had to actually woo a girl before). If you do read my stories (and trust me, I do loath repetition much as anyone else) you'll rather notice this traditional theme. He's been chased by everyone else, so we might as well make him work for once.
I am also quite the feminist - meaning no, I don't hate men - but I do think we're equal in every aspect of life (so, no double standards). You might note my feminism in my stories, as I try - or will - starting now (remember, I'm still recovering from the my stories) to reflect a realistic take on healthy relationships. This might take the heat out of it - I'm not really sure - but I don't think healthy relationships are ones where the people build their whole world and life around one person - unless, of course, you're Sasuke, who I can understand, because he hasn't had the healthiest upbringing (but, still) - so you won't see Hinata needing him to breath (though hopefully, I won't completely butcher it by making it all too realistic - because I don't think anyone's reading fanfiction for reality purposes).
Wisely In Love: I will be update my last chapter of Wisely In Love - but I have a feeling I'm just going to rehash all of it later ( though if I do, I will keep the same plot).
Freedom Of A Dove: Lately, I've been writing my newest rendition of Freedom Of A Dove, but I feel much easier with this version than any others, so that will probably be up soon too.
Teach Me Love: This story is sadly on the backburner, as I plan to rehash out everything from the quite frankly - cheesy title to the format.
One thing I've learned about writing is that the most important thing about a story is how it makes the reader feel - especially when it comes to romance.
Yes, great plot, character development, proper grammar etc., are all good, but they are all sidelined - or more accurately - assets when it comes to a feeling.
It'd baffled me before, when I'd see books like Fifty Shades Of Grey (never read it, by the way; I'm way too young; so perhaps my judgement is misplaced or unfounded, but my opinion is from what I've gathered from universal criticism and a few cringe - worthy excerpts I've had the misfortune of stumbling upon across the Internet) which are considered worldwide phenomenons - but they were so popular because of how they left the reader feeling.
I've read fanfics that are absolutely amazing - interesting storylines, canon characterisations - but they left me feeling rather nauseous because they completely botched everything about Sasuhina that attracted me (really, the stories seemed more suited to Sasusaku to me) which I am not a fan of) so I couldn't enjoy them - which is my problem.
But then again, our feelings are what makes us human, so I guess this is why it's important.
Another fault I'm guilty of excluding in my stories are themes.
Themes are also important factors for a story - though sometimes this gets lost in stories - especially love stories.
I'll try to make a conscious effort to always send a positive message in my stories - besides love - from now on.
This is my little mini - rant of my experiences in writing, but then again, I'm a high - school teenager so any advice I give or knowledge I share is quite questionable.
Number one fan of Taylor Swift (she's my favourite artist of all time).
A couple other mangas I've read or am reading are Hana Yori Dango (it's one of my guilty pleasures) alongside Skip Beat (I'm often on the floor laughing).
I often play video games with my older brothers (about hockey and actual street hockey).
Mangoes and peaches are my favourite fruit.
I cannot eat fries without ketchup.
My pancakes must always be drizzled in maple syrup.
One of my favourite series The Hunger Games - books and movies - introduced me to my favourite actress Jennifer Lawrence (she's hilarious).
My favourite show is Friends, though Game Of Thrones comes a close second ( the Mother of Dragons kicks some serious ass).
I dream of going to Italy - Florence, Venice, Rome - even though I can't pronounce one word in Italian ( cause I'm pretty sure senior and senorita aren't Italian).
Hopefully, I'll get to see it someday.