Author has written 1 story for Mass Effect.
Proud feminist, former expat and EFL teacher (English as a Foreign Language) 대한 민국!, desert rat at heart, amateur tarot reader, armchair anthropologist, etc.
My Fanfiction Modus Operandi:
The real appeal of fan fiction, for me, isn't the series it’s based on. It's in the variations on the known. Presumably, the fanfic readers and writers have all read/played/watched the same "universe." So there's this roughly agreed upon world and set of characters. How do different stories manifest within those accepted parameters? How do readers and writers reinterpret it on a personal level? On a cultural level? On a psychological level? Those deviations are fascinating to me. (And as an added bonus, all of this can teach you a lot about developing a writing style too.)
I'm a sucker for fluff, romance, artsy-fartsy ideas, well developed smut, and experimental AUs. Not big on horror or abuse triggering material. Emo Sheps, Kaiden Alenko, and long forgotten unfinished fics are my pet-peeves. As you may have guessed, I'm really into the Mass Effect universe right now.
If I've just gotta know what happens next, I'll follow. If I liked anything specific, I'll review. If I'd enjoy reading it more than once, I'll favorite. If I have a question or a constructive suggestion (as in, I actually have something useful/helpful to say), I'll PM. While there are plenty of stories I don't personally like, I will never leave a negative review. I will not impose my personal taste on your creative process with some condescending opinion disguised as "constructive crit." I'd appreciate the same courtesy from folks reading my fic(s). If you don't like my style of writing, please just move on. No hard feelings. Also, I tend to preemptively block users who write abusive reviews on other writers' work.
HOW TO FEEL MISERABLE AS A (FANFIC) WRITER (Adapted from a meme I saw on pinterest):
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