@rorie: Well it's working now, but I was getting that 500 Internal Server error page. Perhaps I should have just waited a while to see if it eventually fixed itself. Anyway, just go ahead and lock this. thanks.
Where I live if I was homophobic and racist, I would probably fit in a lot better, but you never want to be sexist. Never tell a Southern Belle her place is in the kitchen unless you want to be eating through a straw the rest of your life.
@richgenx: Impressive. I couldn't have given better advice myself, and I agree with the majority of it to and extent. Individuality is key in creativity and style. The biggest and most important thing for any writer is to find what works for them. I also tend to encourage the more experienced writers to challenge themselves and write outside genres that they are used to. I'm not the best at doing this, because I also love writing drama, but I want to learn how to write comedy and my struggle with it has been so great that I have been unable to write a story that is humorous.
Another bit of advice I would give to any writer, fan fiction or otherwise, is that you need to read. You need to read a whole lot. The greatest teachers of writing are those who have gone before us. From exposure, we can gather what is good and what is not. Also don't just read one genre. If you want to write great big epics go and read romances, or non-fiction. The more you know the better you can write.