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Hello! I am an avid reader on this site and I have been for a while. Feel free to check out my favorites if you're looking for something to read. I like mostly romancey type stories, so I apologize if you're not into that kind of stuff.
Truly Remarkable and Underrated Reads
I realized that my Favorites list is quite long, so I've decided to make a small section of the stories that have really blown me away but aren't that well-known. These stories are incredibly well-written and are truly unique in the story-telling.
Liberation Girl by Written
To be honest this is a contender for my favorite story, on and off Fictionpress. It is just so well done. For a topic as tricky as time travel, the author really handles it well. Furthermore, the plot and premise of the story is just fantastic - basically a princess of a futuristic empire is caught in the middle of a revolution/coup d'etat at a party and time travels to escape the bloodshed. However, she is followed by a rebel and one thing leads to another and she becomes central to the revolution itself. The romance isn't the forefront of the story, which may be a turn off for some, but trust me when I say that making this story primarily a romance would be a crime. There is just so much to offer thematically and in terms of characters, world-building, and plot. My only complaint is that I wish it had a sequel so we could see the revolution through to the end.
Life of a Pack by Nii-pas-san
I recently discovered this story and wasn't really expecting much (I was bored and story hopping), but I am so so glad I clicked on it. From the summary and number of reviews/favs/follows it doesn't look like much, but I've learned through my years on this site that reviews do not indicate actual quality.
This is one of the best stories I've seen on this site, hands down. It's about a young English nurse named Maya who, during WWII is captured by Germans but then rescued by a pack of werewolves. Her story picks up from there and we see her life with them, though the story really begins at around chapter 9 which introduces the central plot of the story (though a lot of foreshadowing and set-up takes place in the beginning chapters).
Though the slow pacing at the beginning of the story may turn a few away from it, the character development and world building that takes place there is really something that I can appreciate, especially given how unique the story is. Again, the romance hasn't been a huge part of the story (though it is 100% there), but with all the story has to offer, this is not a flaw.
Trust me, if you've been bored with how similar all the werewolf stories on this site seem to be and/or are ticked off at the poor representation of females in these stories, read this one. It's wonderfully original and has amazing representation (hello female Alpha and trans pack member).
A Modern Fairytale of Sorts by ms silverquill
No Shades of Grey by a.everhart
The Lotus and the Loon XAbsoluteZeroX
My Works (well, work)
I've tried writing longer length stories on this site, but honestly, I lack the skill and stamina. Maybe one day, though, when I have something worth sharing, I'll try it again.
10 Reasons Why
It's completely awful. And I'm not kidding. I wrote this when I was in middle school and you can just FEEL the cringe. It completely lacks depth and is very very cliche. Middle school me was a perpetrator of what current day me gets peeved about while reading. Part of me wants to take it down for dignity's sake, but people seem to like it so I guess my pride can take the blow.