Author has written 2 stories for Naruto.
I have written one story as of this profile edit.
One Eye, Full of Wisdom is a Naruto fix-fic that is intended to demonstrate that you can keep the setting interesting without massive power upgrades. In it, Hatake Kakashi is a much saner individual, and came through the loss of his friends and mentor with only a wistful sorrow instead of crippling self loathing. He takes on Team Seven, and does his best to help them grow into competent and mentally resilient shinobi. But Kakashi is not the only one who has survived his tragic story intact, and several other major characters will show new faces to the world as time goes on. At this point, I do plan on keeping this fic going all the way through the shippuden era, but with the end of the Chunin Exams, all canon events are officially off the table.
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TVTropes is a website dedicated to examining and codifying all of the habits, happenstance, and ideas that reach all forms of media, including fanfiction. It is an incredible resource for would be writers, a gold mine of interesting concepts and potential plots twists, not to mention a great way to find more fics (each piece of media generally as a "FicRec" page). Go to the website, hit random, and start your journey. Oh, and feel free to stop by and add to my own story's page, if you like.
My Fan Fiction Commandments:
I. THOU SHALT NOT GIVE OC's THE LIMELIGHT
It is not fan fiction if your Original Character becomes the star, it's an original story. Strong OC's are cool when used properly, but should not dominate the story.
II. THOU SHALT MATCH THE TONE OF THE SOURCE MATERIAL
Graphic violence does not belong in a kid's show. Slapstick does not belong in a murder mystery. Match the tone.
III. THOU SHALT MATCH THE MATURITY OF THE SOURCE MATERIAL
Mickey is not going to do that to Goofy. Just... no.
IV. THOU SHALT EXPLAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CANON AND YOUR WORK
Nothing worse then reading a fanfiction, only to find that the writer's OC was simply shoved into the background events of the entire story, without explanation or reason. "What if's" are awesome, but not if they don't explain where it began to change.
V. THOU SHALT BREAK THE RULES WHEN APPROPRIATE
There will be times where the above rules should be broken. A story that is built around the premise of the canon changes being a mystery should obviously break Commandment IV. A parody story will almost certainly break Commandments II and III. And Crack Fic will stomp gleefully all over this entire list. That said, break the rules with care. If you're going for a serious style fic, like a continuation or a "For Want of a Nail" fic, Commandments I-IV are your dearest friends.
VI. THOU SHALT TAKE MEANINGFUL CRITICISM GRACEFULLY
You are not God's gift to writers everywhere, and fanfiction is often a process of learning and practice and self growth. When someone offers well worded and thoughtful criticism, accept it with the good grace in which it is offered.
VII. THOU SHALT OFFER MEANINGFUL CRITICISM WHEN POSSIBLE
If you see a problem, especially structural problems, you should say something. Politely. Arguing over paring or theme is not particularly useful in itself, but offering outside perspective on why it might not be working as pertaining to the story in question can be.
VIII. THOU SHALT JUDGE A FIC BY ITS INTENT
A fic intended to be dark and angst ridden should not be judged as if it was intended for comedy, no matter the source material. Judge the fic based off how it handles the intended theme and style, not based on how it looks from the canon side of things.
IX. THOU SHALT NOT MOUNT THE SOAP BOX
Author Tracts are generally not well received in published literature, never mind in fanfiction. To be specific, an Author's Tract is the moment where the story stops completely so the character can have a multi-page uninterrupted speech about the chosen subject, usually without any meaningful dissent from the other characters, and especially when it comes to moral or philosophic points. A heated debate between characters is excellent but a multi-page monologue in the middle of your story kills momentum and often invites negative reactions if it's about any subject that can be debated.
X. THOU SHALT NOT MAKE DRAMA OVER THE CREDO
Disagree as you like, it's not like this will change your mind, but respect my opinion as I respect yours. I love discussion on my Commandments, just not the sort that breaks Commandment IX.