Author has written 1 story for Inuyasha.
Name: AinoMinako, which means 'child of all love' (lit: Love (possesive) everyone/everything child).
Age: Old enough to have a license, young enough to still be in highschool.
I'm assuming that by coming here, for some unknown reason, you would like to know about me. Uh.. Uh... Look above and below
Likes: Long walks on the bea- Just kidding!Carbs, horses, animals in general, sugar, the learning part of school, anime, etc.
Dislikes: Atkins, meat,hunters, Mary Sues, bad grammar, the work part of school, mean people, Inuyasha high school/YYH crossovers, etc.
A bit more about me: I hope to be a vet (esp. equine) someday. I'm a moderator of Forbidden Love, the first/best Robin/Raven messageboard. I'm a theatre junkie. I take Latin. I collect bug car stuff.
Gah... I'm very, very swamped at the moment. If you are wondering why I'm not reviewing a story I usually do, I haven't forgotten... I'm just busy! Let me repeat: Super, super, super busy.
Uh... I'll get back to you on that. I don't really enjoy writing/it's not very good/I prefer reading/I don't sleep as it is.
19 Rules for good Riting:
Each pronoun agrees with their antecedent.
Just between you and I, case is important.
Verbs has to agree with their subject.
Watch out for irregular verbs which has cropped up into our language.
Don't use no double negatives.
A writer mustn't shift your point of view.
When dangling, don't use participles.
Join clauses good like a conjunction should.
And don't use conjunctions to start sentences.
Don't use a run-on sentence you got to punctuate it.
About sentence fragments.
In letters themes reports articles and stuff like that we use commas to keep strings apart.
Don't use commas, which aren't necessary.
Its important to use apostrophe's right.
Check to see if you any words out.
In my opinion I think that the author when he is writing should not get into the habit of making use of too many unnecessary words which he does not really need.
Then, of course, there's that old one: Never use a preposition to end a sentence with.
Last but not least, avoid cliches like the plague.