Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter.
Hello beautiful people of the world!
Okay, so I'm fifteen years old, a female, and am completely obsessed with reading and writing.
I choose Harry Potter stories to write because of the endless possibilities, which is one of the reasons I love the series so much.
Well... that's that.
The avatar I have up is actually of DN Angel. No, I haven't actually read/watched it. But I want to, it sounds interesting. Anyways, I thought that the boy on the right (Yeah, I know they're sorta the same person!) looked close to how I wanted Sophos to look so...
Cineraceus Mors: I, Principium is still sadly unable to update. My computer is now working but I hadn't paid attention to what the names of the files were. Whoops. But I (thankfully) had printed it out, so I'll re-type it if I can't find them soon (Grr...).
Cineraceus Mors: I, Principium is the new one. Cineraceus Mors: Book 1, Principium is the old one where the lack of writing skills of a fourteen-year old is disgustingly obvious.
Okay, um, hi. I just noticed that I hadn't updated for two months. Oops.
I really didn't mean to do that. I mean, it isn't like I forgot about my stories (how ridiculous would that be?) its just that, well, I had these two plot bunnies that I was unable to ignore. It seems to have consumed my attetnion for three weeks before I had to leave for vacation before school started. Then I remembered: SCHOOL!
That had been a horrible realization, especially since I had been under the impression that school started on the 18th instead of the 22nd
(by the way, has Florida ever ever of a pretty little month called, oh I don't know, September? Apparently they have since all the calenders say it's September now, so why are they under the delusion that August is school-time? I would like to take this issue up with the federal government since the state would certainly not understand my righteous New Yorker perspective. Unless they have snow birds running it.)
So while I had been having a minor panic attack since I always have to prepare myself mentally before another school year (I'm an introvert. Extroverts obviously don't understand what the big deal is, but point blank, I hate being around a big group of people for more than, hmmm, five hours a week. Then my family gets annoyed that I don't like to go anywhere on the weekends, but hey, I need time to relax) and so I didn't write at all because that always seems to get me in a weird hyped up mood, and I had been trying to calm down. So all I did was read really depressing stuff (stupid idea of me, it just made me really mopey) and fluff that kinda made me want to throw up from how boring it was, but it did calm me down. Coincidentally, I ended sleeping earlier and getting creepy dreams where there was this guy from a cooking show (can't remember what its called but it was probably on Bravo) was trying to shoot me, but I always woke up before I died. That pisses me off me since nightmares are mostly the only dreams I remember. How unfair is that?
Anyway, then school started (the horror. I wish I was home schooled but then I'd miss my friends and I'd never get any work done because I need motivation, and if my parents tried to teach me anything I may just explode and run away to the nearest Barnes and Noble) and I can't believe that I thought taking all the hardest classes that the school offered was a good idea. Gahh, I hate studying and working and I've been getting very pretty A's on the limited amount of effort I could possibly do for my whole life, but now... eww, now I have to try (I'm listening to 'We're not gonna take it' and its making me think that I should instigate revolution against school... I don't think that's what the message is suppose to be). I mean, sure, I've always been taking classes like that, but I never really had to do anything which I always found slightly strange, but my sisters are like that too so I never really thought anything of it. AP World History will be my doom, I can tell. I like history, but actually having to work... Kill me.
(In case anyone has forgotten, I am an extremely lazy person and making me do anything that requires taking my focus from my precious books generally makes me want to hurt someone. Say elementary school, sure, maybe then I'd be a bit more enthusiastic because that was the time when I was still in New York and on a dance team with competitions and everything- shut up! I don't want to hear one word about that! It is a sport! Do you want to try it for eight teen hours a week and tell me it isn't? Try watching Dance Moms- and I had yet to discover my love of reading. That was six grade.)
So yeah. I've already had two projects, waay to much homework to take time out to write my stories. So sorry, gonna have to wait until I'm out of my 'Oh shit, I'm in school, I have freaking homework!' stage. After that I'll start back up, no problem. Writing this itself is making me sleepy. Oh, and I'm sick, forgot about that. Yeah, I have a cold from my sister, is it's very annoying since I've had it more more than a week and it's only now starting to get better. Hurrah.
So, no I'm not abandoning anything (I can just hear the groans of disappointment).
Why do these stupid AN's always end up longer than I meant them to be? Grr.
Where was I? Oh yes, so no updating for blah blah blah, I don't know. I'm too lazy to think about it. Bye.
The sorting hat says that I belong in Ravenclaw!
Said Ravenclaw, "We'll teach those whose intelligence is surest."
Ravenclaw students tend to be clever, witty, intelligent, and knowledgeable.
Take the most scientificever created.
If you were a wizard, what would your patronus be?
Your Result: Eagle
Your patronus is an eagle! That means that you are smart, that you are a fast runner, and that you take time to stop and appreciate the beauty of nature. This patronus is one of the best!
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