Sorry about that, but the Power in my house had just went out today but it's back on now, so I've got something to tell you all.
1. Word of advice.
Deviations in storage are annoying. the moment you discover that the deviations you liked have suddenly been erased from your gallery leaving only an empty box taking up space in your favorites gallery. It can also be annoying for watchers and visitors especially when they start browsing your galleries. But with all the stored deviations filling up all that space, it could take them days to view your entire collection. You may never know when the artist will decide to take their deviations out of storage, so my advice is this. In order to save time for you and your fans. You must remove all stored deviations from your fav gallery. And check up on them every now and then, whether weekly monthly either way, in case one comes up, get rid of it immediately.
2. My Thoughts on Fan-Fics.
It may be a lot of fun to read Fanfics. To put your favorite Character into a situation that never happens in Original Canon. But most times they can get a little out of hand, especially when it comes to bad grammar... I tend to wonder if they're from different countries or haven't actually read any real books much enough. PICK UP A DICTIONARY, PEOPLE! Second to sloppy grammar, what turns me off is when my favorite Characters don't act like their true canon selves in each stories, brought out of character to say the least. I find it downright degrading to their Image. But the way I see it, fan-fictions are gateways to alternate dimensions made through the minds of the writers. Even if they don't have an A.U to their summaries, that is what they are to me. So when you read or write fan-fictions about your favorite fictional Characters, try to remember they're true character and why you fell in love with them. And if those favorite Characters aren't acting like themselves, but are instead doing or behaving in some sort of way they never would in original canon. Try to think of them as alternate dimensional counterparts of that original canon Character, and don't lose sight of what they really are.
(More to come later on... probably)