Author has written 3 stories for Ranma.(May 12, 2004)
Well, I've written a few thousand words by now; so I might as well write something for a bio. I'll probably change this a few dozen times before getting it just how I like it, but who cares?
It took me long enough, but I'm out of college (I managed to graduate before getting caught), and am now a slave to the working week. My life? Sad to say, there's not that much to tell (that I'll fess up to; all I'll say is I've done more than you probably think... at least enough to qualify for a 'jack of all trades'). I work, I write, I sleep occasionally (though rarely when working or writing), and I watch anime when I'm not doing other things or chasing other hobbies.
On the subject of anime, it's hard to pin down what my absolute favorite series actually is: contrary to my writing habits it isn't Ranma ½, though that series is one of my favorites. Why Ranma ½ turned out to be the catalyst for my writing is a mystery to me except that the characters seem pretty easy for me to work with. Other anime I enjoy, and for which I wouldn't mind typing a fic if the writing bug were to bite, include: Cowboy Bebop, Tenkuu no Escaflowne, Full Metal Panic!, Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (oh my GOD, the funniest thing I've seen in over a year), Record of Lodoss War (sort of a low-calorie LOTR), Slayers, Tenchi Muyo! - Ryo Ohki!, and Super Dimension Fortress: Macross (the series that started it all for me).
Now that that's said, on to fanfiction: there's not a lot I can really say about it except for my own likes and dislikes.
One thing I definitely like to see in a fanfic is a decently developed, or at the very least compelling character: I feel it is important for a story to have characters that the reader can care about (this is something I’m still working on for my own stories and, I hope, slowly getting better at).
Bad spelling – I know that I've already made this point in my 'likes' category, but it's just that annoying to me.
Anyway, back to my own works. If you read my works and like them, please let me know (a review shouldn't necessarily sing my praises, though I am certainly not averse to that). If there is something in my work that you feel should be changed, then let me know that instead: reviews, good and bad, are something that I feel is necessary to improving my own writing. I can't guarantee to act on your review(s), but I will be reading them.
I currently do not accept anonymous reviews (if you've got something to say to me, whether it be good or bad, you should have the confidence to let me know who you are). If you don't want to post an observation as a review, you can use the e-mail address from my profile; that's why it's there.
Please read and (hopefully) enjoy!
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