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Author has written 50 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, Phineas and Ferb, and Cats Don't Dance.
DarkChao1663 will be including warnings and other notices at the beginning of each story. Just as those who write a pairing in the summary or in the author notes, this author views it is fair to warn readers about what a story contains without giving away too much suspense. Warnings and pairings (which the latter will always remain as none) shall be included at the start of each story whether it is a prologue or chapter one.
Reviews: Reviews are nice to read. They allow authors to know how their work is and what may need improving. A review can be like attending a sports game: showing up is one thing, but cheering can really help players endure the rough times and encourage them to move forward. You can start a review by saying whether you like it or not. Then, you can move on to say what you liked specifically or what you did not like. You could also offer some writing advice (without being mean) or make other suggestions. If you worry about hurting any authors' feeling, then you can wish them luck with the rest. So, whether you send a review or subscribe to the story, it is like telling the author you are interested in the story and would to know what will happen next. Reviews are nice to read.
Location- USA, Arizona
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Likes: Yu-Gi-Oh, Phineas and Ferb, Destruction, Chaos, Doom!
Hobbies: Drawing, reading, and watching cartoons that have no values or lessons.
Chao- Writing is a good way for self-expression. If something seems odd, don't be afraid to look at your work again. Sometimes a second eye is helpful for improvement, so go out and look for a helpful beta reader. Don't be in a rush to post; it may be best to allow ideas to develop so you will have something to work with. Be kind and leave reviews for others. Let the author know you appreciate their work and want to know what happens next. However, don't be discouraged by mean readers. Only you, the writer, can say what is about to take place. It is YOUR story. Take pride in it. Thank you all who took an interest in DarkChao1663's stories! Reviews are highly appreciative!