About

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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22 Published Works

Featured work.

Puppet Skin [OHSHC]

Social data: 48 reads. 0 votes. 0 comments.

Description: Upon recieving a scholarship to Ouran High School, Fukuda Iiyo meets Nekozawa Umehito, a creepy guy with a creepy cat puppet by the name of Beelzenef, who wants her to whole-heartedly commit herself into his Black Magic Club, and she doesn't want an...


Other Works by HatedLove6.
How to Keep Canon Characters in Character

How to Keep Canon Characters in Character

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My tips and tricks to keep canon characters in character for fan fiction. What are some of your tips an...

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Telling Your Friend They Have a Mary-Sue

Telling Your Friend They Have a Mary-Sue

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A five-step guide to reviewing a story that may or may not contain a Mary-Sue.

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How to Organize and Write a CYOA Story

How to Organize and Write a CYOA Story

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If you've ever been on Quizilla, I'm sure you have run into CYOA or WWYFF at least once or twice, and is...

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Mary-Sue: Who is She?

Mary-Sue: Who is She?

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Want to know what a Mary-Sue is? Want a few writing tips along the way? Look no further. I discuss ch...

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HatedLove6
Ugh, I'm kind of afraid of being slapped with the "Badly Behaving Author" sticker, but I also don't just want to stay quiet if I don't agree with what had been said when it comes to my stories.  If someone writes a lengthy review telling me about my story, filling it with errors or stuff they think needs to be corrected, then the odds of me 100% agreeing and willing to change it isn't very high.  
      
      Grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors, I will absolutely correct.  False facts, I will correct after I check it again.  Everything else is up to the author to decide for him or herself if they want to change it, and instead of ignoring it, I would rather explain why I want to keep things a certain way, but there is always a chance that someone will see it as argumentative behavior, or that I only appreciate praises.  I'm like this with everyone too—young, old, novice, self-published, and professionally published—so I sometimes feel like if someone really confident in their own writing, or if someone earned a living by writing, decided to review my story, and saw that I didn't agree with them, they might think that I don't want critical reviews (and I have a fear that they might spread around "don't bother reviewing this person").
      
      I just think it's a better learning experience if I think critically of other people's views and decide whether or not my story needs to changed in "that" way, or if it would change too much and divert away from where I really wanted the story to go.  
      
      Reviewers can be wrong too.  That's all I'm really saying.
sarena_a posted a message to HatedLove6
hey!
      
      wanted to stop by and say that i can gather you're an amazing person and your linguistic tongue is off the charts. i'm seriously considering just skipping my english lit and coming to you, since your articulation fluctuates more nicely than anyone i think will ever accomplish. 
      
      also, if you don't think i'm overstepping any lines, that while your stories seem profoundly interesting, you might want to consider getting someone to create more appealing covers for you. unfortunately, many people seem to dub a story by their cover even when the metaphor suggests otherwise, and i think your writing is pretty amazing. just a little suggestion, sorry again if you felt like it was out of line!
      
      have an amazing day, by the way c: