Author has written 5 stories for X-Men: Evolution, and Harry Potter.
I'm a big fan of multiple fandoms and writing styles. I try to write as much as I read, but that often isn't the case as I have a million things going on in my life these days. I'm writing here as mainly training for eventual plans to go into novels, films, plays, comics if I could, pretty much writing any sort of fiction would be a dream job. I prefer stories that are continuations of something rather than retellings. While that doesn't mean I won't read them, it takes a good description for me to read a retelling. I also like stories that tell what happens inbetween things, but stay within continuity. AU is always fun too, but again takes something special to hook me in.
Like everyone on the site, I'm required to put the clichéd "please review or I'll cry" comment. Honestly, it's not a huge deal to me if I don't get any reviews. However it's always nice to know if someones reading, even if they hate it. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, requests, write a review or message me and I'll get back to you. As people will attest, I try and reply to everyone.
Other then that, have a fun time reading, be it my work or someone else's. After all, this is all for fun. The second it's not anymore, I'm out
On a more general note, I've been reading a lot of stories and just story alerting them rather than sending reviews. Honestly, I don't like reviewing a half finished work unless I have something particular poignant to say. My general review to every story (my own included) is below.
A generic review for every story I've never reviewed but might have made a favorite or added an alert for
EDIT your story. And more than just that, READ your own story. Keep in mind that if you misspell a word, but in a way that your typo is a real word, your spell checker won't mark it as a mistake. So go back and make sure you're making sense and using the correct words. Make sure you have things plotted out ahead of time. Go back and reread what you've already written often; it will also refresh your memory and remind you of things you might have forgotten. Once all that is done, EDIT AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN. And for god sakes get your tenses right. Nothing I hate more than the sudden shift back and forth between present and past tense (second on my hate list: present tense stories). Other than that, thank you for writing and I hope to see more. If I faved or put it on alert, you're doing something right to keep me interested.