Author has written 7 stories for Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, Star Wars, and One Piece.
I suppose I should start with introductions.
Hello. ALP113 speaking.
I'm here because I love media. I love reading, I love writing, I love movies, I love anime...
But more importantly, I love a good story.
Anyone can tell a good story and I believe that everyone is entitled to tell one.
I look forward to reading some smashing good works.
Favorite Color: Purple
Favorite Sport: Soccer
Favorite Book: Empire of the Sun
Favorite Band: Nightwish
Favorite Song: Depends on the time of day... lol
Favorite Actor: Gary Oldman
Favorite Actress: Meryl Streep
Lord of the Rings
The Devil's a Part-Timer
One Punch Man!
Servant X Service
Carried by the Wind
Waiting in the Summer
Cat Planet Cuties
Game of Thrones
Favorite Action Movie: Ghost in the Shell (1995)
Favorite Romantic Comedy: When Harry Met Sally (1989)
Favorite Anime Movie: Laputa: Castle in the Sky
Favorite Movie Hero: Jason Bourne
Favorite Movie Villain: Darth Vader
Favorite Comic Book Hero: Batman
Favorite Comic Book Villain(s): Joker & Doomsday
Favorite Anime Character(s): Spike (Cowboy Bebop), Saitama (One Punch Man) & Revy (Black Lagoon)
Favorite Anime Villain(s): Sara (Samurai Champloo), Luo Lang (Sword of the Stranger) and Cell (Dragonball Z)
Favorite Anime Couple(s): Isaac and Miria (Baccano), Mao and Emilia (The Devil's a Part-Timer) & Gohan and Videl (Dragonball Z)
Favorite Anime Supporting Character(s): Claire Stanfield (Baccano!), Ladd Russo (Baccano!), Shizuo Heiwajima (Durarara) & Urd (Ah My Goddess)
Hottest Anime Guy(s): Haruka (Free! Iwatobi Swim Club), Luck Gandor (Baccano!), Firo Prochainezo (Baccano!), Hei (Darker Than Black) & Edward Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Hottest Anime Girl(s): Saeko Busujima (Highschool of the Dead), Tsukiume (Sekirei), Lucy Heartfilia (Fairy Tale), Nico Robin (One Piece) & Samui (Naruto)
Least Favorite Anime Character(s): Madara Uchiha (Naruto), Nina Einstein (Code Geass), Itagaki (Hajime no Ippo), Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto), Black Beard (One Piece), Akainu (One Piece), Suzaku Kururugi (Code Geass), Shou Tucker (Fullmetal Alchemist) & Kenny Akcerman (Attack on Titan)
Anime Couples I like to read about (or write in the future):
Gohan X Videl
Gohan X Videl X Erasa
Gohan X Videl X Erasa X Zangya
Naruto X (Insert girl(s) names here)
Natsu X (Insert girl(s) names here)
DRAGONBALL Z - LEGACIES:
I'm really hoping that this fic will take off, since it's my number one fan project at the moment. Right now, I'm having a couple of commissions done by AlphaDelta1001, and he's already come up with an awesome cover picture for my story. It looks fantastic. It's inspired from the original Z-fighter group shot, only it's tweaked to suit the new Z-fighter team that I will be having for my story.
If anyone wants to see the full image of my story's cover, follow this link:
Dragonball Z: Legacies Cover Page - AlphaDelta1001 - deviantart
[Competition] Dragonball Z: Legacies Cover (NEW) - AlphaDelta1001 - deviantart
He's also come up with a comic page for me involving a scene I hope will later be in the story. Here you can see all of the girls that will be in Gohan's Harem:
Morning Surprises - AlphaDelta1001 - deviantart
Let me know what you think. :)
Due to a number of complaints I've been forced to transfer the full copy of some of my stories to another profile. Due to the fact that this website lacks a sufficient MA rating, a lot of readers feel that my stories are too hot for their tastes. And I can understand that since this is a website used by 13 year olds as well as adults. So I'm providing links for my one-shots and other adult related material to my off-site account.
I apologize to any fans of my work for the inconvenience.
(Gohan X Zangya) - COMPLETE - Long Night (Good Copy) - Archiveofourown
I enjoy reading good stories; no bashing of characters or anything. I especially like stories that do the characters and the story justice. I also don't mind crossovers and harem stories.
I've also found some very good informative texts. I'd like to share it not only in a hopes of improving my writing, but to help give other people ideas as well so that they can improve too. I'd like to use the information below as a guideline and the advice in it to aid me in my development.
I got this one from a good site in regards to performance reviews:
What makes Constructive Reviewing
We've listed three of the most important parts to constructive reviewing that are useful to apply to your reviewing:
Step 1 - Say why you think something may work or need development and give examples.
One of the most important part of constructive reviewing is to say why something works or why something may need development in a fellow writer’s story and to give examples. This helps the writer and yourself develop writing.
Imagine the following statement applied to your writing of a fantasy story as an example:
'Your story particularly the action scenes didn’t work for me.’
You probably wouldn’t be impressed by this review comment. This is because the information does not give any helpful opinion on why the reviewer considers action scenes do not work, and does not give examples to help the writer develop their action scenes. Compare this with the following:
‘Your Action Scenes: I thought your action scenes could be improved for the following reasons, when your character sees the creatures, keep the sentences shorter to increase the pace. It’s an exciting, dramatic action scene. How fearful is your character? Perhaps extend the scene a little to increase the drama. For example, he could nearly fall to his death, losing his grasp of the tree and catching hold again just in time. If he is doing this mission despite his deep underlying fears (perhaps of heights) again he will be a more sympathetic character. Concentrate on your main character as much as you do on the creature characters.’
This example, because it says why the reviewer believes the action scenes could be improved, and gives examples, may be of real value to helping the writer develop their writing. Particularly if other reviews make similar points. The above reviewer also makes observations which they can apply to develop their own writing.
Step 2 - Keep it Positive – Review as you would have yourself Reviewed
It is good practice not to use words or phrases that are too negative or may be taken too personally in reviews.
If words or phrases are used which are too harsh or emotive sounding, then a writer may inevitably view the review as being destructive instead of constructive.
Example: imagine any of the following phrases applied to your own work - “boring, dull, pathetic.” This would immediately set most writers on edge, particularly if not qualified with any reasons why, and probably any other constructive comments that the reviewer may give will be wasted through the ‘red mist’ which the writer sees this phrasing.
Constructive and honest criticism to help writers develop is most firmly welcome on YouWriteOn, and do not be afraid of voicing your opinion. For example, if you consider a story really needs work. Anodyne reviews which say nothing, contribute nothing to developing anyone’s writing, whereas forthright and constructive reviews e.g. ones which give a constructive example or two as to why a character, story, etc, may not work, or how they may possibly be improved, can be very beneficial. YouWriteOn's literary professionals, who include published novelists, comment that novels which are 80% there will not make it these days, so honest critical feedback to help writers make the next step is firmly welcome.
Hopefully the above mentioned info helps. To be continued. :)