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Author has written 14 stories for Tokyo Mew Mew, Pokémon, and Portal.
I'm a (usually) good-humored writer who is known for writing ... different stories and generally being critical of ... new and struggling writers. However, if I bother to write a review giving feedback, it's (most frequently) because I think that you're not a lost case and that with some improvements, you should have a pretty good story on your hands. I try not to knock people down a peg unless they REALLY deserve it. Please remember that I'm not attacking you, I'm just trying to give you some pointers so that your writing skill can improve - there's a difference.
Personally, I've recently been not writing (scandalous!), at least as much, so as I try to get my feet back under me, please forgive my occasional lack of creative juices. They just don't make that stuff like they used to.
Ah, and I did not create my avatar. I'm borrowing without asking from AmorinaAshton on DeviantArt.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy reading!
Quotes for Thought:
"Three can keep a secret if two are dead." - Ben Franklin
"Let's stop living in the past!" - History teacher
"I haven't had my coffee yet. Don't make me kill you." - refridgerator magnet
"A bad name is a fart with consonants." - Tris from Shatterglass by Tamora Pierce
"Don't take life seriously; no one makes it out alive, anyways!" - anonymous
"A day is a span of time no one is wealthy enough to waste." - anonymous
Things to Do as an Author:
1. "Spell check all story and poetry. There is no excuse for not performing this duty. If you do not have a word processor that has the spell checking feature, use a search engine such as Google.com to find one." - FF's Rules and Guidelines
2. "Use proper textual formatting. For example: using only capital letters in the story title, summary, or content is not only incorrect but also a disregard for the language itself." - FF's Rules and Guidelines
3. Do not write entries that are not allowed:
- FF's Rules and Guidelines
4. Accept feedback, both positive and negative, graciously.
5. Give honest, yet constructive, feedback. Make sure to be specific with what you did or did not like.