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I really hope your cold subsides quicky and that you feel better soon.
Thank you very much :)
Oh hehe hiya didn`t know you was on AP XD how are you?
thanks a lot. will do
Don't worry about being restricted by time - all of us review staff are, so I completely understand. =P
And I'd be happy to look over a review for you if you'd like. Sothis generally passes review submission appraising my way, and I've looked over and given feedback to many potential reviewer candidates thus far. Personally I'd recommend just browsing through some site reviewer reviews (if you choose mine, try to pick more modern ones - my older reviews aren't as good) to get a feel for how good reviews pan out; while they follow a template, the template is very flexible. The story section, for example, doesn't always have to have a "THE STORY WAS ABOUT SOMETHING AND I LIKED IT/DIDN'T LIKE IT" format. I think the less you try to restrict yourself the less trouble you'll have.
When I write reviews I actually don't care one bit about the format. I generally write the story/characters section first since those generally have the most impact on my experience with a given anime, and the animation/sound scores are more afterthoughts usually than core pieces (unless I have something I want to say about them.)
This same idea also translates somewhat into my creative writing. My novel, for example, has a ton of details and complexities that I've had planned since before I started writing it four years ago. However, actually writing my story has caused it to make a few positive twists/turns from my original premise, and instead of trying to fit my writing rigidly to the story I've adapted my story to flow with the writing. While none of the changes have been extraordinarily major, this approach has worked remarkably well for my latest (and seemingly final) iteration of the story - it's been scrapped and rewritten from scratch about four times now. I'm much more satisfied with my work in general with the approach, and I'd definit
Hmm I am sure there are alot. Loved the JungleBook, 101 Dalmations, RobinHood, the list could go on but my brain wont allow it lol. In otherwords I am drawing a blank. I used to enjoy some of the animated/live action stuff like Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Marry Poppins. Always thought those were neat as a kid. Its a fun idea what it would be like if you could enter a cartoon. Also used to enjoy some of the disney tv cartoons when I was a kid....Like Darkwingduck, DuckTails, Rescue Rangers. If you are ever bored and want to talk shoot me an email or on msn messenge. My email is my messenger account too and its listed in my profile.