UPDATE: December 28, 2008
Age (optional): 20
Gender (optional): Female
Types Of Writing:My favorite genres to write are comedy, parables, and mystery. Parables as I love to make my readers think, comedies so they can laugh, and mystery to make them guess for more.
Strong Areas: I’m best with characters as I have a good idea on their personality and also how to develop them. Also, I can be good with emotions, get an idea when it’s appropriate for them to feel that way and such.
Weak Areas: Pacing. I tend to put in either too much or too little in a chapter and also I tend to have the plot go a bit too fast and not slow it down. Hence, why my stories tend to be short. XD
Type Of Characters: I love writing all types of characters, from comedic sidekicks to obsessed ones. My favorite characters though were Damus (Heart of the Sea), Bunny, and Jacob (both from “Nothing, Everything”). Damus I loved how he developed from someone not care too much if he caught a lot of fish to suddenly getting a big one and having his pride take over him. Bunny because she’s so obsessed with history and artifacts and also she would be someone you don’t see often on the streets. Jacob because he’s a really jolly guy but at the same time cares about his repetition a lot.
How far would you go for pride?
My very first Pokemon fanfiction story here at Serebii that I wrote in February of 2006. Got inspired by Ernest Hemingway story's "Old Man and the Sea" (great book) XD. My readers quite enjoyed it. ^^
Parable/ Drama (Hoenn)
No one said making movies would be easy. Pidge and Mell would have to learn that the hard way from two other Pokemon.
My entry for the Laughingstock Comedy One Shot Contest, which got fifith place. Posted it in three parts because the story's a little long (thirty pages) XD. Really loved the characters I had in there.
Completed (A three part one shot, technically)
In the sequel to “Take Fifty Five,” Pidge and Mell have some competition. Not only that, two enemies came back, this time with a new friend.
Sequel to "Take Fifty Five." Got the idea for it after some D/P news came out. XD
History is breaking apart, so how much will it be worth? Three people would soon find out that answer on a journey that would teach them a thing or two about history.
This story actually got started in August of 2006 and I was already writing twelve chapters, but then I had writers block and quit the story. However, I got inspired again and I made quite a lot of drastic changes, including the plot and characters (the original NE is totally different than the one posted here).
Mystery / Suspense (Sinnoh)
Having a little fun with Destiny.
Got insipred writing that story one day after seeing some parody fics and also when there were a few debated topics in the fanfic section, thus this story was born. XD
Parody / Comedy (Sinnoh)
In Progress /Probably quiting it soon...?
Rid of the Scarlet Letter
Something suddenly made Jessie snapped, thus causing her to do something she wouldn’t dream of—all for freedom.
Got inspired by one of my friend's one shot, actually. XD Also I remembered having one of the scenes being replayed in my head while at work. XD
The fine line between loyalty and betrayal. What would you do if someone broke the most important rule of the pack?
This stoy was for the July prompt, "Freedom" at PokeCommunity Forums.
Pokemon POV / Tragedy (Johto)
She Just Smiles
There was a time when Cyrus had emotions...he just didn't know how to handle them.
One Shot for the Dungeons and Starships contest, won fifth place. Felt weird writing about Cyrus...XD;
Science Fiction (Sinnoh)
Chosen Burdens (One Shot)
The boy’s black hair was covered in a white and green bandana. His brown eyes were wide, but no glitter or movement. There was a bullet hole on his head.
Writing Tips (Optional): Have fun. True, it’s cool to have reviews full of gushing praise and lots of them too, but the most rewarding thing is if you enjoyed your story that you had fun with it that how many replies you had on you story won’t matter in the end. Also, if you end up with criticism, keep an open mind on it. There’s many kinds of criticism, so it’s up to you to decide if that criticism is helpful or just plain harsh. However, most of the time criticism can help you improve.
("Heart of the Sea" banner by Saffire Persian. "Nothing, Everything" banner by Glajummy. Rest of the bannes made by me.)