Author has written 5 stories for Bleach, Avatar: Last Airbender, Jurassic Park, Flash, Star Trek: 2009, and Young Justice.
"Sanity has nothing to do with anything." - Me
Mostly I just enjoy the creative writing of other amazing authors.
While reading is near the top of my hobbies list writing only recently made it back on the list. I'm still debating whether or not it really belongs there. I tend to be too nitpicky to enjoy writing stories of any length or substance... and why do something for fun when it isn't that fun?
Some of my pet peeves:
1. Grammar, spelling and punctuation can be a make it or break it for me when reading a story. I can ignore simple mistakes, we all make them, but when the story is drowning in errors I cannot focus on it. In other words - I will not read it.
2. Taking the first a step farther... there are quite a few commonly misused words. I find them very annoying and hard to ignore (resemble instead of resent, defiantly instead of definitely, solider instead of soldier, etc.)
3. The logic behind the characters' actions is lacking. This happens a lot, the author seems to be so excited about their plot that they don't stop to consider whether or not the character's actions are even logical for the situation they are in.
4. An author is writing about a subject in which their knowledge base is severely lacking. If you aren't sure about something, do a little research.
My (more recent) Stories:
The Cat and the Canary - Complete. No sequel.
Remaining - Complete (there is a slim possibility that it may change status in the future and have some aftermath added).
Location Unknown - Complete.