So, since I'm new in here, I thought I would do a little intro post. Plus, it'll increase the post count here in the community. That's always a nice thing, right? *nervous laugh*
Sadly, I tend to be bad at introductions, so this is likely to be pretty lame. But, here goes.
Tex-chan is my only screen name. So, I write under it, as well. I write mainly for Weiss Kruez; for some reason the pissy assassin boys seem to give me the most inspiration. I'm not even going to try and guess what that means about my personality. I also have one (unpublished, because it is very bad) Inu Yasha story, which I wrote a few years ago -- my first writing project after a seven-year "dry" spell. In addition, I have one published (if ff.net and my own website count) Sorcerous Stabber Orphen story, one unpublished SSO story, one unpublished Rurouni Kenshin story, and some small fanfic challenges posts for VHD, Utena, and Howl's Moving Castle. I'm currently working on a first draft for a Saiyuki story (but don't tell the assassin boys! O.O). Although most of my writing fun happens in the WK-verse, I do occasionally branch out into other shows.
My writing is posted both on ff.net and on my own website (although my site is a bit behind -- I need to do a large fic update there >.O). If you're at all interested in my writing, you can find it there. I also have a writing journal, where I post in-progress, rough draft stuff -- mainly to keep track of it as I'm working through the story. I write a lot ... er, well, it seems like a lot to me, considering the very small amount of free time I have per day. But, compared to most of you guys, I suspect my actual writing time is quite paltry. Still, I doubt I'll post any of my in-progress stuff here, since the fandom I enjoy is rather old and holds little interest for most folks I know. I hate to subject people to things that will bore them. *sweatdrop* But, I'm always more than happy to read things from pretty much any fandom, and, accordingly, also happy to offer advice and help, where I can.
I don't watch as much anime as I used to, but I enjoy it a lot, and have a fairly large DVD collection -- most all of which I have viewed multiple times. So, I feel comfortable offering characterization advice on many different shows. Basically, if I don't feel adequate at offering a review that speaks to characterization, I will be up front and say so. Even when I am unable to help with characterization, I'm happy to review with regard to grammar, spelling, punctuation, and general story flow and tone.
In essence, I'm pretty flexible, and I think I'm a reasonably kind person. I don't think I've ever flamed anyone's writing, as I believe more in the adage of not saying anything if I have nothing nice to say. And, I'm happy to review in whatever manner a writer desires.
Hmmm ... I guess that's it for my intro. See? I told you it would be lame! *nervous laugh*