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Is there any specific ritual you go through while/before/after your writing?
- Not really ...

What is your absolute favorite kind of fic to write?
- I would usually say stories that have a lot of twists and turns and secrets that each character tries to hide because it's so much fun as a writer to figure these things out as the story unfolds.

Are there any fanfiction authors that you admire? If so, who are they and why?

Beeswaxing (YunJae), Ko_Bands (YunJae), Be-ddelusionall (Various DBSK Pairings), thetaintedblade (YunJae), Chaebol (YunJae), and Maomaochan (MinJae/JaeMin).

To make a long story short ... I admire them because they're good at what they do and I'm never disappointed whenever they upload a new fanfic for us readers to read.

How many words can you write if you sit down and concentrate intensely for an hour?
- That depends on the atmosphere of the place I'm at. If I'm at a library, I'd say about 500 - 1,000 words. If I'm at home on the computer typing, I'd say around 500 words.

What was your first fanfiction and pairing you wrote for?
- Unofficial fanfiction ... would have to be an original work where the pairing was my crush at the time and I.

Official fanfiction ... I'd have to say Yu Yu Hakusho with a Hiei/Reader Insert pairing or DN Angel with no pairing, but the plot was very cliche with jealousy and death as the main theme.

Inspiration, time, or motivation. Choose two.
- The things that everyone needs to have happen at the same time is time and motivation. If you only have one instead of the other, then you won't be able to have a story. If you have time out of your busy schedule but with no motivation, no story is going to be written. The same will happen with the opposite. If you have the motivation, but no time to write it, no story is going to be written. So it's best to have time and motivation happen at the same time for a writer to go anywhere.

Why do you choose to write?
- Because I was a curious child and I wanted to know what was going to happen if my thoughts/daydreams came to life.

Do you ever have plans to write anything other than fanfiction?
- Of course. I have a few original works that I've started, but haven't finished because I was too busy with fanfiction.

What inspires you the most?
- I have a lot of inspiration but they tend to change every few stories, so they aren't always the same. It used to be music or something that happened that I wanted to elaborate on, now it's about life's mysteries or answering the 'What Ifs' that appear whenever I have the time to think inwardly.

Weirdest thing you've ever written/thought about writing?
- Nothing to me is weird. What's weird for others, is normal thoughts to me. However, there are a couple that stands out to me ... Such as this drabble that I've written but kept private for only people who have friended me because of how disturbing the idea was and the current situation that I'm writing for Only You. To be honest though, about half of my stories are somewhat weird and disturbing to people ... I guess that's why I'm not that popular yet.

A fanfic you wished you had written better and why?
- I would like to re-write/edit Beat Against Me and The Color Of Confusion because I feel that I could do so much better now after taking a couple of years away from them.

Your favorite fanfic from another author?
- I have so many favorites that I can't really pinpoint one particular fanfic that I like above all the rest. But you can look through my three pages of fanfic recommendations that I created over the past four years I've been in the DBSK writing fandom. However, they're mostly YunJae and JaeMin fics, so if you like them then you'll enjoy them, but as for others ... I apologize.

Your favorite side pairings to write?
- It depends on the plot line. I don't use the same side pairings, just like I don't use the same main pairings. For some stories, the main pairings for another story will be a good side pairing for a current story I'm writing and vice versa.

Your guilty writing pleasures?
- I spend more time on character development than the actual plot of the story. I have this intense need to know all of my characters inside and out and I really love it when I get surprised and find out about a side to them that I never knew before.

Do you have structured ideas of how your story is supposed to go or do you make it up as you write?
- A little bit of both. Whenever I start a new story, I usually either have the beginning or ending already planned out and I won't ever change it. However, for the story as a whole, I usually write a general timeline of what should happen, but the fine details of them aren't filled in. Because of that, I can let the story take its course wherever it takes me, and I won't feel frustrated if something happens that gets in the way of a certain scene that I planned for at that specific point in the story.

Would you describe yourself as a fast writer?
- Nope. Because I tend to lose my motivation frequently, it hugely affects my writing and the time between each uploads. This frustrates both me and my readers, but I can't help it when a dry spell happens.

How old were you when you started writing?
- Writing in general ... I was about 12 or 13-years old. I became a fanfic writer when I was 14 or 15-years old and didn't publish my work on the internet for people to read until I was almost 17-years old.

Four sentences from your work that you're proud of.
- The water looked deep and inviting. Leo sucked in a breath from the surrounding cool night air and was ready strip to his underwear before he stopped to wonder why he was just about to dive in the water. Then he remembered. He was following the boy who had generously given shelter to him and his sister, the very boy who worked as an assassin for hire. - From one of my unfinished original works, Four Roses

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