Name: FocusPresenceEndurance, Focus, FPE, Shadesninja, or you can be creative, I'm pretty flexible.
Types of Writing: Uh… well I see myself as pretty flexible when it comes to these kind of things. Let’s see… adventure and action I suppose. Science fiction and Fantasy would also fit in there. I’ve never written horror, but I would like to try my hand at it. I suppose I could squeeze mystery and suspense in there too. There are only a few genres that I can think of off hand that I have difficulty with or try to avoid.
Strong Areas: Well, being a person who wants to write a novel one day, I would really love to say everything. But as of now, from what I’ve heard, I am pretty good at evoking emotion from my readers and at the same time can make some pretty funny scenes. I have also been told that I am good at writing action sequences (though they do take a great deal of effort for me to write). Plot, character design and description would be some other potential strengths that are worth mentioning. Oh, and I’ve also been told that I’m good with how I pace my stories too, not too fast yet at the same time not so slow that it seems like its dragging along.
Type Of Characters: OK, I love writing about any type of character. Well actually that may not be true, perhaps I like to write about how different kinds of characters interact with each other. That can make for some pretty interesting situations. I can’t say I have a favourite type of character though.
Bereft of his memory, and turned into a Pokemon, Tristan finds himself stuck in a strange and increasingly chaotic world inhabited only by Pokemon. Why did he become a Pokemon? What is he here for? He'll confront many faces in his search for the answers, some he'll find friends in and others he'll find enemies. But will anyone be prepared for the answers he seeks?
This is not my first fanfic ever, but when I finish this, it will be the first fanfic that I will actually finish.
Future Stories: Okay, well I do have two stories that I have developed to a substantial amount of detail. One of them being mor than the other.
I have plans for a sequel to my current fanfic, the name of which I haven’t decided yet. I can’t really tell much about it, in fear of spoiling the plot to my current fic for you. However, I can tell you that the main character will be different and that it will take place roughly ten years later. There will also be a great deal more plot than my current one. I can also safely say that by the end of this fic (both are mystery dungeon fics) will tie in with the plot of the traditional trainer games.
Another fanfic that I have had plans for is the one that I have paid less attention to. Again, I haven’t decided on a title. It will be a Sinnoh trainer (possibly a journey) fic and the main character will be… well lets just say that he will have more of a handicap placed upon him than many other characters in that world. Again, I don’t have too many details on it yet, and it might not become an actual fanfic, but there you have it, my plans for it just in case I do.
Writing Tips: Ok. What tips do I have for any people out there who have a hand for writing? Well several things actually.
Take your time. Some people feel that they need to rush their chapter so they can post it as quickly as possible. But doing so compromises the quality of the chapter. Sure, waiting may be kind of a drag for your readers. But think about it this way instead: what do you think your reader would prefer? Waiting a small amount of time for a mediocre chapter or waiting a longer time for an excellent chapter? You can’t rush art after all, and writing is a form of art. Have you ever heard someone say, “it was worth the wait”?
Here’s another tip. Why do you write? Do you write because you love getting comments on your fic? Or do you write because you actually love to write? Usually, the more successful writer is the one who loves to write because even if they don’t get much attention in the beginning, they still stick with it. Sure, getting comments is like the icing on the cake (especially if they are positive and/or constructive) but if you find that you don’t get many right away, it’s not the end of the world.