Author has written 1 story for Twilight.
Location: USA, Planet Earth, The Universe
Ships I sail:
Katara/Haru, Katara/Zuko, Mai/Zuko, Suki/Sokka, Toph/Aang, Ty Lee/Sokka
Cho/Harry, Ginny/Draco, Ginny/Harry, Hermione/Ron
Deborah/Ratonhnhake:ton, Lucy/Desmond, Maria/Altair, Sofia/Ezio
Daenerys/Drogo, Daenerys/Rakharo, Gilly/Samwell, Lyanna/Rhaegar, Myranda/Ramsay, Shae/Tyrion, Talisa/Robb, Ygritte/Jon
"What will you do if I say no?"
"I'd find it very difficult to come to terms with your answer. Now let me tell you a story. The guy who taught me boxing was a Cape Colored and by any standards a bad bastard. He'd spent more time in prison than out on the street. He was the worst kind of recidivist, by any standards the scum of society. He lied, cheated and robbed. He'd also been beaten up more times than you and I have had hot breakfasts. He was the ultimate loser. That's how the world saw him. That's how they judged him."
"You're talking about Geel Piet, aren't you?"
"Ja. Well, Geel Piet was just about the best friend I ever had. He died for me. A warder named Borman rammed a two-foot baton up his arse until he hemorrhaged to death. Geel Piet could have saved himself simply by confessing that it was I who had smuggled the prisoners' mail into the prison. But he didn't. I didn't see him as any of the things he was supposed to be. I saw him as one of the best human beings I am ever likely to know. Christ, Morrie, it's not what a man does, it's what a man is that counts!"
-The Power of One, Bryce Courtenay, pg. 353
Don'ts of Fanfiction:
1. Don't summarize your story in your title. That's what the summary is for.
2. Don't say that you'll hook the reader. You're guaranteed not to hook someone.
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4. Don't say anything along the lines of: "This is my first fanfiction, so don't be harsh." For one, the words "my first fanfiction" tends to lead people to expect poor writing quality, and therefore it turns them away, whereas if you didn't say anything, they might have read. Second, if you can't take criticism, don't post your story on a website where people can critique it.
5. Don't say anything along the lines of: "I suck at summaries." Work on your summary before posting the story, or ask for help.
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