Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, Naruto, and Twilight.
I write fanfiction about Twilight and Harry Potter.
Usually I'm reading other's stories, but I figured I would try it out myself.
My uncle allways told me: "Aim for Moon, and you'll for sure end among the stars", so thats what I do.
Note 3rd April 2011
I’ve been gone for a while. I had decided not to add anymore stories before I had them entirely put down on paper first, but what do I learn from that? It’s really a sorry excuse for not making an effort and for that I’m very much sorry.
BUT I’ve not just put away my work. I have worked on stories, several, numerous amounts of half finished stories are hidden on my computer and I’ve decided to upload some if I decide they have some meat on them.
What has it been, three, four years? I have read so many fanfic lately that perhaps my writing skills are just a ghost of what styles and skills I’ve gotten from the real experts. I think I have increased my writing skills, but I guess I just have to prove that, right?
I also think my motto has changed or at least I don’t follow it. Perhaps it’s because I’ve recently had astronomy lessons and found that the moon was actually the easiest target of them all and it only shines brighter because it’s closer (more down) to earth and the sun than the stars. It is not even shining on its own. I think I’m aiming for one of the stars instead. They shine by their own power. Besides, even if I leap at the star and don’t get there in the first try, I can always land on the moon andwhen I leap again I’ll have a better chance because I’m closer to it – sounds a lot more reasonable, right?
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