Author has written 4 stories for Naruto, Fairy Tail, Bleach, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Collaboration account: Caped Junkmen
Three Laws of Fandom
First Law: Don't Like; Don't Read
Second Law: Your Kink Is Not My Kink
Third Law: Ship And Let Ship
They add up to: You are not paying for fan-works content, and you have no rights to it other than to choose to consume it, or not consume it. If you do choose to consume it, do not then attack the creator if it wasn’t to your taste. That’s the height of bad manners.
So, be courteous in fandom. It makes the whole experience better for all of us
The Reason Why People Should Not Troll
A while ago, someone who wrote stories here on FFN committed suicide because of people tolling him. This is the reason why you should not troll and flame others who put their stuff out there. Constructive criticism is fine, expected even, but trolling is not acceptable.
The reason why people should not troll.
http : / / w w w . mirror . co . uk / news / uk - news / im - sorry - teens - heart breaking - final - 4826932
And here's something concerning 'REVIEWS', which I copied from 'Heartless demon wolf'-
Writers- all of them, from famous authors to subtle FF writers- ALL depend on the feedback from our readers. Vision Dominican brought up an interesting, albeit tragic true idea:
"Lack of reviews is the greatest killer of fan fic writers out there. We at the institute wish to let the public know about how they can pitch in to save our dying writers.
1) Drop a review every other chapter. It may not seem like much, but the reviews are actually what many of us want to see. That, and hits. Hits do make us happy, but we don't really know if people like our story or not.
2) Visit our author page. Those kind of hits really makes us happy. It's where we showcase our entourage of friends, beta readers, and stories. Some of us even tidy up with set areas for upcoming story ideas and character bios.
3) Send an email. While normally I'd prefer a review, emails are just as good. Really, it warms my heart to communicate with another reader or writer."
What you call being "too lazy to review" is what we call "a flame to the pages" as the writers. That one minute or two that you felt "too lazy" to review is another minute of creeping discouragement that all writers feel as they begin to think...
"Why am I even here…?"
"What's even the point of continuing?"
"My skills must be terrible… no one cares for my story…"
"I'll never be a good writer... I quit."
These are only a few thoughts that go through every writer's head- that go through MY head- when we put out a chapter / story with all our heart and soul within, and we sit there… and sit… and wait… and not a single person says even a word.
If you're not a writer, you have NO IDEA how much that hurts…
If you ARE a writer, then I'm sure you know just how great it feels when someone is kind enough to leave a heartwarming and encouraging review, and you read it, smiling while thinking…"Wow… fuck... I did it…"
So, why not give fellow writers the same luxury here?
Too many times I've seen epic and utterly beautiful works of literary art fall to pieces before finally being abandoned due to the terrible discouragement that the lack of reviews can cause.
Sometimes, it is so severe that the very writer himself decides to quit, denying the world his skills of writing that I'm sure it would have deeply enjoyed.
Just one minute, that's all it takes. Just a few gentle taps of the fingers on your keyboard, a few seconds or so of your time, and your words can SAVE a writer from a dark demise.
Do me a favor: Go find a story, ANY story, anywhere here on , and see if you can help it. If it has very little / no reviews at all, just check it out, and say whatever comes to mind.
And enjoy the thought in mind that you could have just SAVED that story, with just a few taps of the keyboard…
If you agree with what I have said then please copy and paste any part of this story you wish onto your profile. Modify it in any way you see fit; there is no need to use my exact words. You make it say what you want it to say.
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