Author has written 8 stories for Wolf's Rain, Teen Titans, and Inuyasha.
Currently: Rather pissed, since FF.net added the feature that allows you to view hits and compare them to the reviews. Honestly, I found it rather pathetic how few people actually reviewed considering the hit-rate. Chapter 11 of Curse of Dragons got 99 hits, but only 8 reviews? Yes, I am not very pleased with that. -.-
Just a few words of encouragement will really make a girl's day, you know?
For all fans of Forgotten Freedom: I believe it is nearly official, the idea for the Forgotten Freedom trilogy is probably in the dark. There is little hope for it, and I apologize for leaving you hanging, but a lot has attacked my imagination lately and the plans just don't interest me anymore. Very sorry, yet again, but that's life.
Next Chapter of Curse of Dragons: Nonexistant. I'm still getting over the annoying fact that the hits-to-reviews ratio is so... small.
Name: Just call me MOTSS
Interests: Inuyasha, Wolf's Rain, Anime. Reading, typing (writing on the computer, pencils hurt my fingers) and drawing, on pencil and paper.
A Bit About Me: I can be a perfectionist at times, and like it. I love to write and roleplay, and reading is a favorite pasttime. Read the Inheritance Trilogy by Chrisopher Paulini, Harry Potter (duh), Lord of the Rings, Sabriel, Lireal, and Abhorsen by Garth Nix, and the rest of the list elludes me. Check out Gone with the Wind, as well, it's a classic but it's amazing.
Fanfiction: Favorite Story(ies): Forbidden, by Guardian-of-the-night. Read it, it's amazing! It inspired me rather nicely.
What I look for in a story- 1. No chatspeak whatsoever in any part of the story except Author's Notes and even then only 'lol' is fine with me. Anything else discourages me from reading further.
2. A good title. Something different, a little poetic, and preferably a phrase, not a sentence. Sentences make bad titles.
3. A relatively good summary that makes me want to read the story. I do not like an OOC info like 'my first fic' or something like that, other than the pairing info or and update.
4. A good plot. A good plot will blot out many of the other errors in the story, though not grammatical ones and spelling and writing level. This does not mean one of the overly used ones. E.x in Sess/kag Kagome sees Inuyasha and Kikyo together and runs away. I've seen at least a hundred stories like this, it gets old, fast.
5. ICness, characters sticking to their set personalities. If there is a good plot this normally isn't a big deal but otherwise it is.
6. A pairing that makes sense! Like Inu/kag or Sango/Miroku. Pairings that are already established in the story, or are still developing. Nothing out of the ordinary like... Sango/kouga. There's been no hinting of that in the series that I've seen so it's crazy. Sess/kag is alright, though I'm not too fond of it unless it contains numbers 1-5.
Stories I like to read- They usually have good plots and don't go right along with the normal storyline. e.g. Inuyasha and co. are trying to complete the Shikon jewel. I prefer something new, containing all of the above points, in a different setting, for some strange reason. If you see anything like that feel free to point me in that direction.
Currently Working On: Curse of Dragons- (AU) A strange begger girl, a shattered jewel, and the capture of a silver dragon who is more than he seems. It is time for the curse to be revealed...
Stories On Hiatus: Starting Writing(Sorrows of a Demon Slayer)- (AU) Sango's had some hard times, killing demons and protecting her village, but what if the one demon she hated returned in the body of a black haired monk? SangoxMiroku
(Third Story of the Forgotten Freedom Trilogy)- (AU) In another world, in another time, war rages. Humans and demons, each equal in strength. There is one power left in the land, on power that, allied, will bring doom to the other species. The holder of such a power? Inuyasha, the half-demon.
The Great Trash Bin:
Blue Blood- Nobody likes Blue so I'm scrapping this idea. The reviewers must be satisfied, and since I had next to no reviewers...
The Land of Avarice- Whoops, nobody's reviewed and as I say, the reviewers must be satisfied.
Lastly: A big thanks to everyone who actually took the time to review my stories and offer feedback and advice, though it was hardly required of them. Critics are appreciated, instead of faceless names on my alert list. Truly, this comes from the bottom of my heart. Every word I write is for you.