Currently I'm taking a break from posting any more chapters of Awesome! due to the fact I am lazy and can't be bothered finishing it - there were only four or five chapters left (possibly a lot more...), but my motivation engine ran out of steam and is presently re-fuelling. There is a possibility I will finish it, but I doubt it.
I'm hoping one day to get my work published, as I assume most unpublished authors desire, so for the last four years I've been working on and off to polish up a story I finished in the tenth grade, which is quite a long time. There have already been three versions of it since I finished the first draft and I'm really hoping I get it right this time. Having a proof-reader has really helped, though - I recommend any writer to get one, even if it's their mother or a friend.
I write what I want to read, so most of my stories include a female lead minus all the annoying traits most female leads carry around as accessories these days. Also, writing in first person gives me hives so it's all third person narrative focusing on the main character. I try to keep the inner-dialogue/angsty bits to a minimum because I vomit blood every time I am forced to wade through it in other stories, when all the story has for a body is whiney self-justification about every thing the main character did for the last day, like that deeply haunting part of the day: choosing breakfast cereal.
I am not the most tolerant of people, as you have probably guessed from reading the above. I abhor wafflers (George R.R Martin, I'm looking at you) and anyone that over-describes everything, like scenery or clothing or appearance or senses.
I'll stop hating everything now.