Hi, there! First things first, all characters appearing in my work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental, and any fan fictions that I have posted here have individual disclaimers in the summary section.

I have been dubbed the Mary-Sue Guru by Rougeberry on Lunaescence for my extensive Mary-Sue guides entitled "Mary-Sue: Who is She?" and "The Mary-Sue Complaints Checklist," both of which I have published here.  And, as if that's not enough, I have a stand-alone guide called "How to Tell Your Friend They Have a Mary-Sue" with the first rule being NOT telling them they have a Mary-Sue.  Trust me, it's the most you'll ever read on Mary-Sues ever, and I have more plans for this subject.

I have also been dubbed the fanfiction guru and fanfiction connoisser here by @roo3story (AKA heatherlovatt) for my "evolved" thoughts and opinions over fanfiction.  I'm not sure about evolved, I'd say I'm more laid-back about it.  I thought it was all just common sense to not limit someone's creativity just because you may not like it.

Current music obsession:  Ayria (Canadian industrial electronica), specifically her songs "It's Been Fun," "Bad List," and "My Revenge on the World."

"Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it." -- C. S. Lewis

"Write something to suit yourself and many people will like it; write something to suit everybody and scarcely anyone will care for it." -- Jesse Stuart

"A writer is a writer not because she writes well and easily, because she has amazing talent, because everything she does is golden. In my view, a writer is a writer because even when there is no hope, even when nothing you do shows any sign of promise, you keep writing anyway." -- Junot Diaz
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Things I Wish I Could Tell Some Reviewers Without Looking Like a Total Jerk

Social data: 157 reads. 5 votes. 26 comments.

Description: This is an expression of my frustration due to a lack of control I have over other people, especially on the internet.


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Mary-Sue: Q and A

Mary-Sue: Q and A

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Hi, Mary-Sue Guru here, and I'm here to answer any question you wish to ask! I do recommend you read my...

Cheater! [OHSHC KyoyaxReader One-Shot]

Cheater! [OHSHC KyoyaxReader One-Shot]

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All you wanted was the easel, and then some jerk with money decided to show off, so you decided to teach...

Cheater! [OHSHC KyoyaxOC One-Shot]

Cheater! [OHSHC KyoyaxOC One-Shot]

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K. O.: If I win, I get the easel, and you‘ll be my slave until I graduate college. o02o22o10o: And if...

Fintan's Academy: Your Questions Answered!

Fintan's Academy: Your Questions Answered!

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This is a FAQ for my CYOA/WWYFF story, A Smile to Hide. Do you have questions about the characters, myt...

@adithya_lakshmi Thank you!  I'm so glad that that Kyoya seemed in-character, even when he was stalking around the school with his laptop like a crazy man in the last part.  I was a little iffy about that part.  Ah, Kasumi's brother, the fall guy; don't worry, you're not the only one who thought it was him.  ;D

As far as fan fiction goes, no.  I usually just write CanonxOC romance with a sub genre not usually mystery or thriller.  But this story was awfully fun to write.

@_unwonted_ Don't apologize; I love long reviews, especially if it's of the friendly variety and I get to converse with people.  It tells me right off that bat that I did a really good job.  So, please, if you want to talk about anything else, good or bad, by all means, I welcome it.

Yay, glad to hear that you liked Kasumi and that I kept Tamaki and Kyoya in character.  I get what you mean, too, about Kyoya tending to get turned into "mush;" it happens with a lot of "cool" type characters, and it annoys me too.  Slight mush is OK, but I just cannot picture Kyoya to be the "leaving a rose petal trail" kind of blatant romantic.  Reading about Scorpio signs really helped with that.

I didn't really explain why she hacked her father in either version, but I didn't see a need to explain it, since it would have probably have come up in the sequel, and it was for a pretty mundane reason.  She was twelve, bored, and saw her father getting frustrated over his work, so decided to "help" out.

Everyone really seems to like that last line, so I'm super glad that I left it open ended like that.  I hope to hear which version you like better (just for curiosity's sake).

@BookwormOfGallifrey  Spencer Reid is totally awesome and I adore him.  Him and Garcia are quite a pair when they work together.

I started the story five years ago, and had been writing it on and off for five years--finishing it just in time for the fanfic friday contest last year in August.  You should totally check out Tyshea's art work for her characters on DeviantArt, she goes into all sorts of sexualities, orientation and body types, and her work is just so stunning.  Easily one of my favorite artists.  

As for the spat, it was more of how to write male and female characters, but apparently I was being too technical.  I get it, men and women are human beings and are each their own individual with unique preferences, personalities, etc. ad infinitum, but the person on the forums wanted to know the more subtle undertones between genders, as in the little stuff that tells the audience that this character is a male or female without outright saying it, and what helps me is a list of biological tendencies and statistics.  The thing I think people missed was that statistics does apply to everyone because statistics merely calculates a percentage of the whole.  For example, yes, most men keep their eyes open when they kiss, as opposed to women, whom most close their eyes, but why is this?  And if I want my male character to close his eyes, why?  If this happens often, why does he have a tendency to do this versus why the majority keep their eyes open?  So it's not like I'm saying to stick to what the majority do, but I do look into why there's a majority and minority in these little facts.

I know of Pythagorean, Chaldean and Gematrian numerology, which this story described Pythagorean, if you wanted to know.  The first two aren't all that complicated.

I like talking too (probably obvious), so I always welcome conversation if anyone wants it.  It certainly helps me improve my writing when people feel welcome to express whatever they feel.

@BookwormOfGallifrey  Ah, I should add in somewhere on the other version to maybe read this OC version if you don't want spoilers to this version, but maybe that would have been a spoiler in itself?  But I am glad that despite the initial disappointment, you went back and still thought that this was a great story, and that you thought this story was clever, despite that I started the story more than five years ago.  My writing has changed a lot since then, so I was kind of afraid that my old writing would shine through despite the editing and reworking certain parts.  I am also glad that it was difficult to tell whether the "hacker" was a female or a male.  I had a spat about how to write female and male characters some time ago, and while most people probably wouldn't understand my method of thinking about it, I think it certainly helped with this aspect in this story.

Well, I wouldn't say, at the beginning of the story, that Kyoya was head over heals, but that he did respect her to a greater degree than most people.  Admire her for her intelligence and talents, yes, liking and love, not so much.  

I'm pretty sure the whole reason I wrote this story, specifically in Kyoya's POV, was so I could avoid doing research on hacking (probably shouldn't admit that), but I did look into easels and H-frames and stuff.  I also have an old Tarot book that discussed numerology, so that came in handy too.  The reader-insert version gets into the hacking more than this version, but as far as "research" of it goes, apparently "hacking" should be "cracking," but I just stuck with hacking because that's what most people recognize, and that I enjoy watching Criminal Minds a whole lot.  (I love Penelope!)  I'm sure all of those programming students are going "WTF you moron!  That's not how it actually works!"  Oh well.  I'm sure real life people couldn't do half the stuff Kyoya manages to do either.