Author has written 5 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter.For other Mary Sue parodies of mine, check out my Mary Sue comics at my LiveJournal.
Status update: I have not abandoned my two works in progress. But they are on hiatus at the moment because I'm too busy to work on them.
NOTE: My e-mail address isn't visible here because I don't want it displayed for everyone. If you want to discuss a review I submitted for your story, please do not do it in the form of a review for my stories. Go to my LiveJournal (listed above) and leave a comment (that goes for any non-review reason you might want to contact me). Keep the reviews for actual reviews only.
I have a thing about Mary-Sue fics. I love reading well-written Sue parodies. And I love laughing at all the bad Mary-Sue stories out there.
I love Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings (among other things).
One of my pet peeves is people who write LoTR "fan" fiction without ever having read the books! The other fanfic pet peeve is canon rape. If you mutilate canon, it probably means A) you haven't read the books or B) you don't like the books enough to respect canon. Either way, you aren't a fan, and therefore shouldn't be writing *fan* fiction.
There seems to be some confusion of late about the difference between flames and constructive criticism. Flames might say "you suck" or "this story sucks." Constructive criticism might say "try to work on your character's motivations more" or "you should spell-check your story." Do not confuse the two. Constructive criticism is a good thing. But I see too many writers lash out against it and claim that it's "flames."
I am a minion of pottersues. ;)