Hello, this is Zoe Asher.
I'm a fledgling writer and a voracious reader from Eastern Europe who is just starting her first year in a university. My hobbies include reading, listening to music, watching an occasional movie, cooking (sometimes), exchanging letters, sending postcards and surfing the net. From time to time I pride myself in being either A) exceptionally sassy, B) incredibly mature, C) outrageously kooky or D) all of the above.
When it comes to my writing, I don't believe in hurrying. I take my time when I update my story and I'm very scrupulous when it comes to grammar, spelling and vocabulary. Since I'm not a native English speaker, I still make mistakes but I think that this can be solved when I find the right person to edit my drafts. Until then, I apologize for the inconvenience.
As a reader and reviewer, I'm quite demanding. When I start reading a story the first thing I want to see is a chapter, not a mile-long AN and though this very thing doesn't necessarily make me stop, it's still annoying. What is more aggravating than never-ending babble of an author is a total disregard of paragraph spacing. Now that is enough for me to quit while I'm ahead. Also, there are the usual suspects - lack of character development, awful grammar (if I - a little girl from a middle of nowhere - can learn, so can you), too speedy plot, etc. Some people told me that my reviews are bordering on vicious but if you're interested in honesty, just message me.
I also have an account on FanFiction.