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Seth A. Mincberg PM
Joined Aug '15

To all the wonderful people on this amazing site,

I love the fantasy and sci-fi genres. In my opinion, non-fantasy/non-sc-ifi is limited in subjects to write about. The potential subjects of fantasy and sci-fi are endless! There will never be an end to what can and will be written.

I try very hard not to overly criticize what I read. If I really don't like it, I'll ignore it. Writers do not have to write for me to read. Who am I to flame? I'm just grateful to read so much for free! Just the same, I apologize if ever my reviews upset anyone.

I read constantly and favorite every fanfic that I've finished, as well as those unfinished ones that truly catch my eye. My favorite subjects for fanfics are:

Girl Genius by Phil and Kaja Foglio

Solo Leveling/Only I Level Up

Tench Muyo and its alternates


Dark Souls (1, 2, and 3)


Once Upon a Time



Harry Potter


Worm by Wildbow


Percy Jackson and other Rick Riordan works


Dragon Ball/Z/GT/Super/etc.

Star Wars

DC Comics/Movies/Shows/etc.

Final Fantasy

Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler

Marvel Comics/Movies/Shows/etc.

Megami Tensei/Shin Megami Tensei/Persona


Jackie Chan Adventures


The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy




Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Fate/ series'

The Familiar of Zero

Dreamworks (in general)

Sailor Moon

Disney (in general)

Loony Toons

Power Rangers

Doctor Who


My Hero Academia


and many more yet to be discovered and too many more to name


If I had to pick one particular favorite, it would have to be Harry Potter and here's why:

Harry Potter has so much left open. As an example, apperation. What are the limits? In canon all we, as readers, are told is the three D's. Destination, Determination, and Deliberation. There is nothing on how much magical power is required, nor on how far one may go or not go. Speaking of magical power, how is it measured? Speaking of measuring magic, Squibs. They have enough magic to see dementors. Can they maybe create potions? Also, the history of this world and the magical races is largely unexplored. Where do Veela come from? How about Unicorns? How did wizards and witches first come to use wands? The Veil of Death. Does it really kill those who pass through? Additionally, the story is set in one world with a modern setting and a, technically, medieval setting as well. With all these questions and more Harry Potter is open enough that it can exist on its own or easily crossover with other stories. Plus, due to popularity, there are more Harry Potter fics than any other on this site. Thus, by shear quantity there's more quality HP fics here too! And that is why I read so much Harry Potter.


An Eager Reader, Seth A. Mincberg

Curiosity killed the cat, yet satisfaction brought it back

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