Author has written 16 stories for Harry Potter, and Star Wars.
Thanks for reading my attempts at writing.
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
I know that typos can happen and sometimes a few slip through the proofing process. That's not a problem for me and I would be a hypocrite if it was. However, I always find it difficult to read a story that goes beyond that and is heavily littered with typos and mistakes. After all, why should I read the story if even the writer doesn't like it enough to read back over it and fix it. Some stories have so many typos, wrong words, and various blatant mistakes that I seriously doubt the writer ever read their own story.
I personally read through my stories many times as I write them. It helps with finding typos, fixing mistakes, and improving continuity and flow. I have also read back over my own stories that are already posted more than once. I actually still enjoy them and use the experience to see how I can improve on my writing. So, if a fan fiction writer doesn't really care enough about their own story to do a read through so they can fix the mistakes, then why should anyone else care? Why even post a story you aren't willing to read yourself?
It's a puzzle to me.
This is something I'm adding back in due to necessity. First of all, guest reviews are not automatically approved. I have to approve them before they are allowed to be released. The reason for this? Idiots. Plain and simple. There are too many idiots who use guest reviews to write something that is of no help to anyone. Look, just because you have a miserable life doesn't mean everyone else should be miserable too. Keep your vitriol to yourself. Now, if we can just get the few of those with accounts to stop leaving childish reviews as well, then we would be golden. At least we can report those and block them.
How am I suppose to respond to a guest review? Answer? I can't as I don't believe in putting replies at the top or bottom of my chapters. It's not professional looking to do that and I don't consider fan fiction to be social media. I'm here to improve my writing and become as professional as I can while at it. There's plenty of social media out there to converse with people. I refuse to use fan fiction as another one. This site provides a means to respond to reviews and that's what I use. You just can't respond to a guest review. That means, if you are going to leave a review as a guest on one of my works, then it better be something that doesn't require a reply. That normally is just heaps of praise. Keep in mind that even if you believe you have a point, even when you don't, I may not see your point in all your diatribe. So, if I can't discuss it with you and get a better understanding, then it gets deleted and you just wasted your time writing it.
Also, please don't be one of the ones who leaves a review telling me I can't write a character or group of people the way I wrote them, especially if you are a writer yourself. Do you know how stupid that sounds? If you think it's okay to leave reviews like that, then you should show me the fan fiction rule that states that point. Can't find it? That's because it doesn't exist. A writer can write a character or group of people however they want. It's their story so they are in control. A fan fiction story can follow canon or not follow canon. It's completely up to the writer. If you don't like it then write your own story however you wish to write it, just don't leave a stupid review claiming something that isn't true.
Speaking of stupid, do you know how stupid you sound when you leave a review that states you don't like one of the canon characters or a certain pairing or hope the writer doesn't use a character/pairing that you don't like? I mean, how dare we use that character or pairing in our story? Do you realize you just admitted to being stupid when you leave a review like that? You are stating that every single fan fiction writer out there writes that character or pairing exactly the same way as everyone else. Really? Do you realize how stupid that is now? Perhaps you are reading too many of the bad writers on this site and forgetting to engage your brain before typing something that has no merit.
Finally, don't get me wrong, but I will enjoy a review and approve a guest review that is truly constructive criticism and doesn't need a reply, even if I just want to thank them. But, do you guys know how rare that is? Not all, but most reviewers who have something critical to say, only know how to insult you and be extremely rude about it. There's a big difference between constructive criticism and being rude. Constructive criticism is for helping people. It does not use rudeness, insults, and bad tone to make a point. Being rude will not get your point across. You will just be ignored. Besides, why are you so angry when you leave a review? It's just a fan fiction story. Why would you have anything personal invested in it? It should only be personal to the one who wrote it. Perhaps, it's time to step away from the keyboard and prioritize your life?
Harry Potter - General Stories
Harry's Best Dream Ever - Complete. A short one-shot that takes place after the battle when they are all headed back to Hogwarts for school on September first. It's a Harry/Ginny romance fluff story that just hit me out of the blue and I wrote it in one day. Mostly romance with some humor.
Dolores Meets Her Match - Complete. A one-shot where Dolores does not get her way.
The Marauders School of Magic - Complete. 6 chapters total written in first person. Harry calls on some special help when his name comes out of the Goblet of Fire. Just a quick romp through fourth year as Harry deals with everything that comes his way.
Hagrid Saves the Day - Complete. A one-shot where Hagrid proves his worth when it counts the most.
The Only One - Complete. Harry realizes the full meaning of the prophecy and decides to take advantage of it.
Harry's Chamber of Secrets - Complete. Harry discovers a place to call his own.
Don't Wake the Baby - Complete. A one-shot that tells the true story of how it really went on Halloween of 1981.
He Never Saw It Coming - Complete. A one-shot romance about Harry and Daphne getting together years after Hogwarts.
The Weapon - Complete. A long one-shot for fourth year where Harry has a secret ability.
Harry Potter Kills Dolores Umbridge - Complete. A one-shot where Harry accidentally kills Umbridge while in detention.
The Technomage's Revenge - Complete. A short story with five chapters about a Harry who gets his revenge after something horrible and unthinkable was done to him.
Harry Potter - Legends Series
Legends of Potter - Complete. My first story and the first book in the series. Harry's summer and fifth year where he has a change of heart and attitude. Very powerful Harry.
Potter of Legends - Complete. Second book in the series. Sequel to Legends of Potter. Harry's summer and sixth year where he continues to expand his abilities and leaves no doubt he can use them. Much death and destruction in this one, mainly Death Eaters.
Trial of a Legend - Complete. Interlude. One-shot that follows Potter of Legends. Harry is put on trial for his war with the Death Eaters. Harry handles it in his typical fashion.
In Need of a Legend - Complete. Short 3 chapter story that follows Trial of a Legend where Harry helps with a dark lord that is troubling Japan.
Harry Potter / Star Wars Crossover
Harry Potter and the Jedi Chronicles - Complete. HP/Star Wars crossover where a very young Harry grows up to be an extremely powerful wizard in another world.