Author has written 7 stories for Powerpuff Girls, Haruhi Suzumiya series, Akira, Doraemon, Misc. Comics, Misc. Cartoons, and Wallace and Gromit.
Peace to you all readers!
I wanted to remind myself that I will only bring my deeds and my sins when I am dead. I will bring nothing but them when I am dead. Everything belongs to The Perfect, even my deeds and my sins.
So, you want to write better?
Don't write because you want 'to get better'. What do you want to get better at? Academic qualifications? More 'exciting' stories?
What can you get out of more 'exciting' stories? Another plus to your adrenaline? What do you want to use that adrenaline for? For getting better at sports? Why do you want to get better at sports? To get more prizes? Why do you want to get more prizes for? To get rich? Why do you want to get rich for? To be pampered until you die? Why do you want to be pampered until you die? Is it because you are afraid to die?
Please gain the grip on death. It's gonna happen, whether you like it or not.
Now, from that day on, what do you want to do before you die? What should it be? What do you want to contribute before you die? To you and everyone else? What will it be? These are the questions that will sit better with our finite lives.
I only concentrated on two things: make a situation for the characters to meet, and then they meet. Given the circumstances, what happens next?
I never see my stories as plot-driven, rather character-driven. So, there'd be not much things happening, but there will be ample time for the characters to get to know each other as opposed to plunging them into action to 'save time and space'. You had made your expectations, now maybe it's time to do a chapter without really expecting that it will turn out exactly as you denoted in the 'expectations' notes. Usually you can see like this: the characters will try to achieve your expectations, but they will do oh so many detours just to re-stratergise and even re-define the 'expectations' once the character felt that 'that's not going to work'.
Yeah, am treating the characters as living beings, with their problems and their dreams to solve.
Now, I write fan-fiction because of:
1) Sheer sympathy for the bastardised characters (Powerpuff Girls for example - I opined that nobody seem to explore completely the volume of their peculiarities, or Cuphead and Mugman - nobody seems to want to admit that their weakness is on their very own heads, their head being a container of liquid and no lid to contain that white liquid from spilling whenever they do shaky actions). There is this persistent, persistent need to present them in the most honest way, who they are.
2) There are also some aspects of fiction that I wish I found wanting to see, for fiction's level of contained knowledge is really low compared to the totality of non-fiction knowledge. When mixed, the play of fiction and the intricacies of non-fiction combine to make a manuscript that speaks of what life is and can be.
I do not consider other reasons other authors opined as reasons to me. These are my reasons, these are my goals, and if it's finished, that's it, if not, then I might have been dead or I am forced to withheld the internet until I die. If not even one of these reasons are present, this means that fan-fiction is out of my interest.
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