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Author has written 13 stories for Repo! The Genetic Opera, Labyrinth, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, and Legend of Zelda.
I have graduated college, guys. ...Now what?
Of Blood and Piano Keys: On-Going, but only by inspiration. Don't expect a regular updating schedule for this one.
Waiting: On-Going. Working on the second part of the two shot. Mostly waiting for the inspiration, since I have no idea how to end it.
Flames serve no real purpose, unlike what many should be doing instead--constructive criticism. Tell the person why and what they can do to improve, not just "Oh, u suck, don't ever write again!1!"
In my opinion, flaming is petty and lazy, if not done purely out of spite. This is how I feel, and though I know I'm not the greatest writer in the world, I think I can speak for many others by saying that we would all much rather you tell us why we suck, instead of just telling us that we suck.
The way I see it, reviews are an honor, not an obligation. I am always happy to see a review, even if it's something small like, "That was nice." Reviews honestly brighten up my whole day. Reviews are a gift, as are Favorite Stories/Story Alerts. It's just strange to me that some authors react negatively when they don't get "enough" reviews. Probably a weird thing to comment on, but yeah... Just seems weird to me.