Author has written 3 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Harry Potter, and Gakuen Alice.
"I write when the rain falls."
Commonly known as Amazoness Archer or AA
currently a student;
sixteen years of age;
born on the 11th of June;
nationality of a proud Filipina;
nearly five feet;
eyes of Chinese brown;
hair of black; and
skin as fair as a banana without skin. (c/o The Cryptic One)
She is a tennis player, a supposed writer, a student, a critic, a humanitarian, a sportswoman, a supposed debater, a reader, a swimmer, young, 4'8", brunette, a perfectionist, a procrastinator, a fanatic of several things, a human, a teenager, one who philosophizes, single, prideful, young, a pianist, a undergoing-training guitarist, a mathematician, an administrator of ETA forums, the first child amongst three, an internet addict, a chess player, one who pursues formalities, a former gamer, surfer, a former gymnasts in training, a former Tae-Kwon-Do trainee, a former ballerina, an Asian, an Anglophile, Christian Catholic, one who believes in God, loquacious, bilingualist, one who can speak English, one who can speak Tagalog, one who can understand a little bit of Spanish, a traveler, a glutton, a visual mathematician (according to an online IQ test), a blogger, a daydreamer, one with ambitions, loving mystery, a fan of codes, crimes, and mystery, a vocabulary geek, a fanatic of animes, fanatic of movies, an appreciator of various forms of music, a collector of obscure board games, a person who will continue this list when she thinks of better things to add.
I really have to edit this soon. 05/01/2009
So for those who care, I've been good. To summarize, my years have been crazy busy. Hopefully, this summer comeback (if ever there will be one after I finish writing this) will actually be useful to me. I haven't written in... almost a year. And I should. Maybe the best outlet is FF.net. Maybe it isn't. All I know is that FF.net is what got me interested in writing in the first place. :)
Thanks for stopping by. Not many people do.
My Flaming/Criticism - If you've come here because you are absolutely infuriated with the comments I've left in your story, deal with it. A writer such as yourself should be open to improvement. If you aren't, then what is the point of posting your story in fan fiction? To gain praise and glory? To raise that ego? Get real. Don't label yourself as perfect, because no one is. I don't criticize more than I praise, honestly. Be glad that I criticized your story. Be glad that someone actually offered advice for the betterment of your works. Don't kill me just because I spotted a flaw or two.
You're certainly not a flawless writer if you've come here because I criticized you.
Please, don't take this personally either. I'm merely expressing my thoughts.
Title: The Cherry Blossom Tree
Title: Broken To Pieces
Card Captor Sakura:
I mostly come here to read fan fiction on Animes. They're easier to imagine and distort, eh?
Authoress' Opinions (2007)
Yaoi/Yuri: In my opinion, this is a total abuse of character in terms of fan fiction. Just for the sake of sexual pleasure, lustful perspectives. Ugh. When you write fan fiction, write in character. Do not abuse your freedom as writers. The true definition of freedom is to use it well. Don't be stupid.
Mary-Sue: It's quite pathetic, mary-sues. The Authoress (usually) would do it just to just be paired up with their favorite character. Which they, love, like, or adore. Either way, it's disgusting. If you need a guide to not-having-a-mary-sue, I have one so that pitiful excuses won't provide you mercy.
Flaming: The reader, or viewer has every right to express his or her opinions in their reflections. From simple gestures to flaming anger. But, there is always a limit. I don't give negative comments unless they are absolutely necessary. I only give negative comments with plausible and reasonable reasons. I don't flame for the sake of flaming, because that is lame. I have reasons for negative uprisings, depending really.
Swearing/Cussing/Profanity: Let us all face it, the world around us is a living heck. You can find a murder, drug addict, smoker, serial murderer, stalker, rapist -- or what have you, across the street. Now, implementing these action characters that would make them completely OOC, is pathetic. Let us take swearing, and cussing for example. In the anime or book, it was blatantly depicted that this anime character does not swear/cuss. But here I am, finding a fan fic that is full of it. That is disgraceful.
I cuss/swear myself, but I never implement it to the characters. Or anyone for the matter. Please, be in character. Swearing/Cussing is cool? No. It's pathetic. It's lame. You resort to words because you know there is no other way of showing your anger. It doesn't provide 'maturity' in the story, it expressed immaturity and deficient perception.
I adore CRITIQUE.
I love criticism. Given or received. Or, basically if someone is straight-forward enough to tell me their exact thoughts in the story. Not the typica 'Nice story' and 'Pls update soon!' and even at times people misspelled 'soon'. With all due respect, I encourage reviewers to review with passion. I reply to reviews that are worthy replying. If one gives effort in reviewing, I give effort in replying and more in the story. Offering help for the betterment of one's writing is the best gift one can give. I've noticed that not many people have the guts, or even the wisdom to criticize. I adore criticism; I am thankful to critics; I appreciate honesty.
I dislike wishy-washy compliments. No one cannot have room for improvement. Critique weight more on my scale compared to compliments.
And for the sake of avoiding hypocrisy, here's an informal critique of my own writing style by me (2007 or 2008?):
My writing style depends on what I'm writing. If I plan to submit an official literary work I'd make it seem as adept as possible. Though, as you've noticed, that if I do try to make it seem professional I just end up degrading myself for my annoying mistakes. I'm trying to fix that. Sometimes I use words that I've never used before hence faults. Hah, malaprops.
I tend to state things that could really be omitted. Sometimes I focus so much on the descriptions (when writing a story) that I completely forget the plot I'm trying to portray therefore the story becomes needlessly long. I tend to use such lame words when I write that I feel like that only demeans me further. It's all part of my pathetic endeavor.
When I write, I tend to get very unrealistic and impractical over the situation I'm typing up. Usually it would make the readers go "OMGWTF EW". I have a one track mind. That can cause my downfall. I don't plan ahead. I depend too much on my supposed capacity to come up with ideas when I write. I should always be drafting, always, but I'm not. It's a very bad habit and I think I don't think I'll get very far if I have this stringing alone with me.
I don't plan ahead. I depend too much on my supposed capacity to come up with ideas when I write. I should always be drafting, always, but I'm not. It's a very bad habit and I think I don't think I'll get very far if I have this stringing alone with me.
I write with too much formalities in my head. I have no vigor, I have no passion, I'm not lax. I need to learn to write more casually. I know most of my writing is so plastic. Yeah, I'm so serious when it comes to writing. I should really losen up. This is the purpose for having a journal; So I can write and write without worrying about formalities whatever stuff. And I don't have to DRAFT. HAHAHA.
I know there are more aspects that I need to work on, but that's all I can think off for now when it comes to fiction.
If it's non-fiction (which is mostly unlikely), I write as casually as I can provided that my point is portrayed well.
My LiveJournal: Erratic-Phobia