There is no one who writes fan fiction here or anywhere else who can say they don't like getting reviews of their stories. Some people would like to get more. Since writing here I have made an observation of the various types of reviewers. Which one are you? The Minimalist - This reviewer makes it their purpose to use the smallest amount of words to describe their enthusiasm over your work. Examples of rhetoric include: [blockquote]Great job! Cool! Awesome story! Keep it up! [/blockquote] The Quoter - This reviewer is compelled to quote back to you nearly your entire story to show that they loved the whole thing. For example: [blockquote]"quote quote quote xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx "xxxxxx", Xxxxxx!! Xxxx-- xxxxxxxxx." I LOVED this part![/blockquote] The Over-The-Top Cheery reviewer - They will never ever give a bad review. There is only perfect writing to them. They love every word, every line of dialogue, and every facet of every story they review. You can't do wrong with this type. May use excessive happy Smilies. Warning: These reviews may induce diabetic shock. Examples look like this: [blockquote]"Oh I loooooove this! This is sooooo great. I want to marry it. I want to take it to bed with me. I this story! Please please please please write more. " [/blockquote] The Philosopher - This reviewer explains in excruciating detail the deep aspects of your story, including what impact the protagonist has on the antagonist and explains about how this relationship is related to irony. Usually this type are English Majors or teachers. A word of advice is that you might need a dictionary or a thesaurus in order to understand their review. Pardon the lack of an example, but that would take up a whole page. There are the ones I have encountered. No reviewer belongs in any one catagory. You may be a combination of one or more. You just have to find the right way that is best for you. Thank you for your attention.