Author has written 10 stories for Naruto, Nabari no Ō, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Before that I start posting fiction, I would like to say a few words to explain what is the precise meaning of the latter. For me, writing is, in a sense, like a mother. A mother, a lover, a daughter, is everything and the beginning of everything. So I've never been able to easily write fanfiction, a manga - or in general any work from the telefilm to the books - if it starts to please me more than usual inevitably I submit it to this trial by fire. No matter how passionate myself, if I see that the block read and write fanfiction still remains I understand that is a fleeting passion, one of many, that as soon as he's finished eating his candle disappear without a trace.
Conversely, if a work can make me overcome this obstacle - to stand the test of fire, then, required by "mom writing" - means that there isn't simply crush, but true love. Yeah, you can love a work written.
It's rather amusing to note that in all these cases there is always THE character loved, who I love regardless of the respect and passion that I have for the work in which it exists, and that this always has the same basic features.
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