Author has written 11 stories for Inuyasha, Greek Mythology, Justice League, X-Men: The Movie, Dragon Ball Z, Sailor Moon, Tenchi Muyo, and Yu Yu Hakusho.
"People come to this site to learn how to write. NO ONE automatically knows how to, professionals can tell you that much. This site is for people to get together and have fun. No one wants a flame but most can turn their cheek as long as if it has contructive criticism. But as this site grows more popular more people join this site for the wrong reasons. Thus the new and blossoming writers are a target for their foul mouths. Many new writers do not understand the concept of a flame and discontinue thier story. They never had they chance to blossom and become beautiful writers, instead they give up because someone decided to call them a foul name and didn't even bother to tell the author what was wrong with the story in the first place. I telling you this because I feel that this should come to stop. These people honestly believe that they're doing good by flaming. What they don't realize is that it's doing more harm than good. If they really wish for people to become better writers than they should be straight with them in a mature manner. No flaming, just telling the author politely what's wrong with the story. Thank you for your time." Kira Rose
Author's Notice: (9/18/2013)
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About Me: Lets see… I’m 23 and a full time employment. I love traveling, taking classes that involve my hobbies, reading, writing, friends, and MUN. My favorite colors are light green, cream, and brown. I've got an addiction to fan fiction. I love to write stories for my favorite characters of movies or anime. Unfortunately, updating is interesting. There are plans to get the chapters out, but I advice you not to hold your breath. I have another account on Media Miner under the same name.
Social Sites: If you want to add me on Facebook drop me a message in my inbox and I'll tell you my info. Plus there is an Online Journalist Club called Shopping Cart Boys. Check it out if you want at facebook, wordpress, or tumblr.
Favorite Animated Shows: Futurama, Family Guy, South Park, Daria
Favorite Anime: Sailor Moon, Cowboy Bebop, Full Metal Alchemist
Favorite Manga: Wild Ones, Honey Hunt, Aishiteruze Baby, Gravitation
Soundtracks that I Love: Wolf's Rain, Complete Cowboy Bebop Collection, and RahXephon. Yoko Kanno is amazing!
Other Anime/Manga: Eureka 7, Trigun, Tenchi Muyo, Mars, Gundam Wing, Rurouni Kenshin, Demon Ororon, Crimson Hero, DBZ, Magic Knights Rayearth, and more.
Couples I like/love:
Bella x Jasper_Bella x Carlisle
Edward x Rosalie
Rogue x Gambit _Wolverine x Storm
Rogue x Wolverine (Movie)_Storm x Beast
Rogue x Sabertooth
Kagome x Sesshomaru _Kagome x Bankotsu
Kagome x Naraku_Kagome x Jakotsu (A challenging couple, but it can work)
Kagome x Miroku _Shippou x Rin
Kohaku x Rin
Yu Yu Hakusho
Yusuke x Keiko _Kuwabara x OC
Kurama x Botan _Kurama x Yukina
Kagome x Hiei _Sango x Hiei
Kagome x Kurama _Kagome x Yusuke
Sasuke x Kagome _Edward x Kagome
Couples I don't like or hate
Sesshomaru x Sango _Kikyo x Kouga
Miroku x Naraku _Kikyo x Sango
Rin x Jaken _Jaken x Sesshomaru
Sesshomaru x Kikyo (HELL NO)
Yusuke x Kuwabara (SHUDDERS at the Thought)
Inuyasha x Kagome (People he cheated on her a million and a half times now)
General Disclaimer: I DON'T OWN any of the anime or manga characters... but I do come up with the plot that surrounds them.
Fan Fiction Codes/ Fan Fiction Definitions:
Alternate Universe AU- This is where an author will choose to stray from theof the show and create events which are on their own timeline. Usually this is when an author will deny a character's death or act like an episode never happened or say "what if" episode A had happened differently, or they will act like the show stopped a certain place and keep writing as if there are no new episodes after that. If someone writes a fan fiction where Ami never breaks out, this is considered alternate universe. Fan fictions that take place after the end of a show are not alternate universe, however, because there is no canon for them to contradict.
Beta Reader - A beta reader is like an editor of fan fiction. This is anyone who is sent a story for the purpose of reading and reviewing a story before it is released to a list or archive so that the author can make improvements to the story before everyone else sees it. These are some of the most helpful and best tools in fan fiction writing. I encourage everyone to seek out a beta reader for every fic they write.
Challenge - A challenge to write a fan fiction with a certain, theme, line or idea. If someone says, "See if you can write a story starting with the line 'Call me Ishmael'", this is a challenge. Any fiction which answers this is a challenge fic.
Character Death - A heading or warning put on stories warning the reader that in the story one of the canon characters dies. If a story about Adam Newman being killed was written this story would carry a Character Death warning.
Continuation - A fan fiction which carries on after the end of a movie or series. Any fiction which takes places after Living Stones, such as a fiction about Kevin eventually going to college and getting a job, is a continuation. This doesn't break, but merely extends in the author's imagination. It isn't an alternate universe because a continuation has no canon to break, since all the canon ended with the end of the movie/book/story.
Crossover - A fan fiction which incorporates characters, events, places, ideas, etc from another. If the TP and Buffy were to run into each other, this would be a crossover, since they are two separate fandoms merged into one. Crossovers are also denoted sometimes with the word: "xover", the X standing for cross.
Deathfic - A fan fiction which centers around the death of a character. This usually is a fiction about how the other characters cope with the loss.
Disclaimer - A header that MUST be put before all fan fiction which acknowledges that the fan fiction author acknowledges the copyrights to the material which they are writing for. This is both a courtesy and necessity among fans who write fan fiction. All fan fictions on this archive must include disclaimers.
Drabble - A fan fiction that is self contained and is no more than 100 hundred words. A half drabble is a fan fiction of 50 words and a double drabble is a fan fiction of 200 words. OR A drabble can sometimes mean a very short fic that is not exactly 100 words but extremely short, for instance, it is not incorrect to call a 500 word fan fiction a drabble.
Feedback FB - Replies that an author gets from readers commenting on the story. This is probably the second most important part of any FANDOM, and feedback is STRONGLY encouraged. Feedback is what motivates writers to keep writing when they get no payment or compensation for the time and effort they put into their stories. Basically, feedback is the lifeblood of fan fiction.
Flame - A negative, hurtful comment meant only to anger or upset a person. This is considered rude and will cause a person to be banned from the Expressions lists and most other mailing lists and message boards. Also, to send a flame is to flame. It can be a noun or a verb.
Hurt/Comfort h/c - A fan fiction in which a character is put through a traumatizing experience in order to be comforted. For instance, having Adam break his leg and then get lots of hugs is a h/c fan fiction.
Lemon - Any fan fiction containing graphic sexual situations that are described. Much likeand , only a lemon might be a full length story that contains merely scene of graphic sex.
OC - An acronym meaning Original Character. An original character is any character that is not in the series and is created by the author.
OFC - Original Female Character. See also
OMC - Original Male Character.
OOC - Out of Character. (1) When acharacter acts in such a way as to be totally contrary to what they would in the series. If Adam was to get violent and start fights, this would OOC. (2) A term used during when a person wants to say something as themselves, outside of the game. (e.g. - OOC: I have to leave my computer in twenty minutes.)
Spoiler - Anything in a fanfiction or email which gives away parts of episodes or movies. For instance, if a fan fiction gives away the ending of Living Stones, a spoiler warning would be issued so that anyone who hadn't seen Living Stones and wanted to could know to avoid that fic. This is used more commonly inthat still have new episodes airing, such as Buffy. Spoiler warnings really aren't required in the Tomorrow People fandom, but for such fandoms as Buffy and Smallville, spoiler warnings are appreciated.
Xover or X-over - An abbreviation for. Crossover, a combination of two or more shows a popular crossover is Dragonball Z and Sailor Moon, Batman and Superman, ETC.
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