Author has written 2 stories for Supernatural, and Fantasy.
Love is visually impaired...glasses help.
Are you too old when you remember being naive?
Nature or Nurture?
Humour is the only thing that makes life worth while.
Rule # 1: If you can't write your story without referencing a current movie, (AKA it was like the dress Scarlett Johannson wore in Girl with a Pearl Earring!) then you need to learn to write better.
Rule # 2: If you haven't figured out yet that italics emphasis a word and not CAPITALS, stop writing, go back and learn it.
Rule # 3: If your character is buxom and beautiful, an excellent singer and doesn't seem to be frightened by the fact that she's been kidnapped, or that her best friend is her stalker (or whatever), your character is a Mary Sue. You are not perfect, stop living through your story.
Rule number 2 may be over looked if story is well written. Rule 3 is very rarely overlooked, but I have been shocked in the past. Rule number 1 is solid. I won't budge.
Appreciated (but not always found):
Characaters that seem real! I.E. not a size 0, not blonde, buxom and/or beautiful.
Story lines that keep me on the edge of my seat.
Stories that feature someone older then 16/17. At that age, you still cry over My Chemical Romance (they're the best, you don't know what you're talking about!) and you giggle.
Good, unique story lines. I admit, I'm a sucker for the classics, but the unique is always nice.