Author has written 3 stories for Inuyasha.
Da da da daaa!! I'm actually going to spend time writing my profile where before I didn't give a care.
Name: BuNeng-TiaoWu (The meaning of my name isn't quite true anymore, but it's mostly true.)
Age: None of your concern
Location: Somewhere cold and I hate it
Likes: Reading, writing, foreign languages, programming, video editing
Dislikes: There are a lot of things that people do that make it so that BuNeng-TiaoWu and them don't play well together.
My Thoughts on What I Read/Upload:
12/24/12: Well, it's been a while since I sat down and wrote anything. I was in a REALLY relaxed mood when I wrote Distractions so I believe that comes through in the story. Sorry it's so short though. I haven't sat down and written anything in about 5 or 6 years and I just wanted to start simple.
I guess you could say that I'm a sucker for cliches. I know there are a lot of people out there that don't like them because of the reason that the story line has been used over and over again, so they have it in their minds that the people aren't creative. I think differently. Even if the story plot is cliche normally there are aspects of the story that the author puts in that make it original all to itself. I do, however, have high expectations when reading a story with a cliche plot. It's not like I go out there and see a story with a familiar plot line and will fall instantly in love with it. It's the authors ability to weave their own writing style and personality within the predefined world that makes it fun for me to read.
Unlike what is actually shown here, I do write my own stuff, but in general I don't post it because of the fact that I'll write something, give it time to sit in my mind, write some more, go back and re-read everything I've written, edit, write some more, and then let the process begin again. I've had people *cough*teachers*cough* say that I could stop this process if I wrote down my character outlines, the plot outline, and the world that the story takes place in definition. I've just got one thing to say, "If you started a story in middle school and went back to re-read what you've got, you'd change what you wrote too." I cringe when I think about how the stories I started in middle school look right now, well the portions of them that I haven't gone back and edited. So yeah, you'll rarely see anything that I write put up here because of the fact that I probably won't put something up until it's finished.