Author has written 2 stories for Sci-Fi, and Supernatural.
Well, personal details on public domain don't make it very personal, do it?
So, cutting to the chase about reading and writings.
Reading :- Preferences are supernatural and fantasy, specific sci-fi types. If I read something, I'd like to say that I'd leave a review, at least to leave opinions or as a note to the author that I'm still liking it. Unfortunately, I succumb to awkwardness pretty easily, so avoidance is my usual choice. I'm usually happy to help out with a review if I'm able, but as a warning, I can get pretty honest (i.e. strictly critiquing), or I don't have anything useful to say and so I just summarise what I got from the story (i.e. you have a pretty good fic going on, so I'll just tell you what I understood, and you can work it out whether I--a reader--am getting what you're trying to portray - to your credit though, I'm not very good with sarcasm and those subjective literary stylings).
Writing :- Casual, very casual. So casual that it may even be disrespectful to all you serious writers out there. Definitely disrespectful to anyone who could actually like my work, since hiatuses are pretty common due to other businesses (ie study). I apologise, and all I can say is I'll try to give as much of a satisfying ending as I can, eventually.
Exile: Hope (Complete - but don't trouble yourself with this, very amateurish and all over the place)
Unfortunately, my plans for this story have changed drastically since I've started it, to the point that I find what has been written so far undesirable. I will be completing it, but it unfortunately won't be my best work. Hopefully, it will still be satisfying for those who are reading it. I apologise for the disappointing standard, but it's probably better than quitting outright.
Do not do an immoral thing for moral reasons. Thomas Hardy, Jude the Obscure, 1875
No mind, however loving, could bear to see plainly into all the recesses of another mind. Arnold Bennett
Ghost of Souls (On hiatus - having a little trouble with consistency)
Currently, my main work, and so, my best writing as of yet. Improvements are, of course, to be desired. But I really hope that it'll turn out well. And that I don't keep changing my damned mind.
A sensible man will remember that the eyes may be confused in two ways - by a change from light to darkness or from darkness to light; and he will recognize that the same thing happens to the soul. Plato
I believe that the soul consists of its sufferings. For the soul that cures its own sufferings dies. Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin