Member Profile: Kjerstiiii
Name: Kjerstiiii
Status: Author
Join Date: 04/05/10
Last Logged In: 09/19/14
Skin: Shuriken
MAN. It\'s been a long time since I\'ve actually been on this here website. I do write, just... offline. Where no one can see my writing. I sometimes just get huge urges to write but my ideas quickly fizzle out and fade away. No matter how long I was working on it initially.

It\'s very frustrating.

But hopefully, I\'ll get to posting SOMETHING on here again. That\'s what I always say, though. And it never happens. ;D

Favorite Stories
Writers' Guide, Common Complaints

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: Other | Story Types: Other
Length: 1 chapter(s) / 1118 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: Yes, it's terrible. Yes, it's distracting. Yes, it's hindering. But, no, it's not indestructible. Here are a few suggestions from your neighborhood Penguiduck on defeating writer's block.
Published: 06/20/09 | Updated: 06/20/09
Writers' Guide, Characters, Plots, Themes & Genres, Spelling & Grammar

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: Other | Story Types: Essay
Length: 1 chapter(s) / 5721 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: Some of these ideas are meant to inspire you and help you in your writing, especially when it comes to cliches. I will give you ideas and ways to make an old cliches (from plot devices, objects, original characters, etc) unique again. So you'll learn quite a bunch of stuff to help you, even more so when it comes to certain parts of writing. Whether it's because you don't know what the fandom terms are or you have no idea what to do to write something different.
Published: 07/17/08 | Updated: 07/17/08
Writers' Guide

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: General | Story Types: Essay
Length: 1 chapter(s) / 11140 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: What is it? How can you spot one (and the subtypes of a Mary Sue)? And how you can avoid them? Or better yet, how can I develop my character better? This includes tips, examples, litmus tests and useful links. So even if your character has some Mary Sue traits/tendencies, the Mary-Sueness can still be averted by a good enough explanation for why they have it and why they do what they do.
Published: 03/22/09 | Updated: 03/22/09

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