Author has written 6 stories for Web Shows, Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokémon, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and Fairy Tail.
Hello person or persons. I am just a regular reader and sometimes I write when I feel like it.
Anyways,I'm 23 and a dude. You totally needed to know that stuff.
Stories I've Personally Assisted On
- Falling Into A Fairy Tail by BlueCampanula : I act as an unofficial Beta that helps talk out the story and fix errors. The story is pretty dead right now,but she's pretty busy irl.
- A Twist In Fate by Destinystruth : I participated in a competition and I was the winner (the only entry lol). My characters jumped into this story and I got to get some influence on how they acted. It was fun. This story is complete by the way. There is an unofficial sequel too in the works,but without my character. One day I will resume my guy's story... maybe.
Me and Reviews
When I review your story, I typically just say whatever is on my mind. It may even come off as being a flame if I can't say anything good. But the thing is, a review is an opinion on your written work. And opinions can be negative. So please just try to accept that someone out there doesn't like your golden egg.
People To Avoid (In My Opinion) [AKA Ranting]
Anyone who puts NO FLAMES in Story Descriptions : People who basically scream at you "NO NEGATIVE CRITICISM!". If you write shit, I am going to roast you about it. There is no excuse to writing crap and not expecting any back. But what if you are writing for fun you say? Well why is it fun to write illiterate garbage? Who would enjoy that other than you? What's that? English isn't your first language? Then why haven't you just fixed your mistakes instead of giving me flak? Scratch that,why are writing in English if you are that bad at it? I'm sure you wouldn't like it if I google translated a story in your language and threw it in your face expecting you to love the illiterate mess.
Anyone who has bad grammar or no proper summary in their Story Description: I have to ask you,what is the most important part of a story? Three answers that come to mind are : the actual story, the title, and the summary. So why is it so hard to get one of the easiest things done for the story? The summary is typically done last as the title and story are always done first. The summary should be revised several times like anything else you write before you publish your story. There should be no excuse for you to not be able to shorten your summary either. I myself avoid any stories with bad summaries,as a summary should reflect the work inside. I also skip stories that ask you to look inside for the summary. No sir, I am going to keep scrolling for something to read. Don't waste my time.
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