Author has written 11 stories for Ouran High School Host Club, and Guys and Dolls.
“Art to me is an anecdote of the spirit, and the only means of making concrete the purpose of its varied quickness and stillness.”
"Reality is one of the possibilities I cannot afford to ignore."
"I'm so pretty, it's hard for me to think of myself as intelligent."
"Vanity, thy name is vampire."
About Me: I’m a (loud and proud) geek through and through. While other kids my age were watching stupid children’s shows, I watched the original Star Wars movies and the classics (I Dream of Jeannie, Mr. Ed, Bewitched, etc…). I have an obsession with all things Jim Butcher and Thomas Raith (I’ve admitted that I have a problem, which is the first step to remedying it, but I find that I really don’t want to), and I have a small (not really) library of fantasy and science fiction literature crammed into every possible crevice of my surrounding space.
I know far too much about criminology, art, and English than can possibly be healthy – my interests were vast and varied, and I never let anybody stand in my way if I wanted to know about something. I’m fluent in French, English, and Drunken English; my Polish is still a bit shaky, but I have improved enough (much to the delight of the Poles that I visited in March) to the point where I can get by conversationally or have a very successful career as a prostitute.
My relationship with anime began when I was very young and at my babysitter’s house, with her older daughter providing me with Sailor Moon in copious, unhealthy quantities. After that, I was introduced to manga from another friend, and since then, it has been a downhill battle against succumbing to my addiction.
I am most often seen with a notebook and/or book. I am a very sarcastic individual with a very dry sense of humor, but I wouldn’t lie to anyone. I was raised by my parents as a true-and-proper Southern Belle in minding my manners and believing in chivalry.
About My Writing: I highly approve of proper spelling – grammar I’m rather lenient towards, unless it’s awful, with a few exceptions when it comes to word choice. Some of my pet peeves include:
“Your” and “You’re”: The former is a form of the possessive case of you used as an attributive adjective; the latter is a contraction of ‘you are’.
“To” and “Two” and “Too”: The first is an infinitive, as in ‘to run’; the second is the number; and the third is a word that means ‘moreover’ or ‘in addition’.
“They’re” and “Their” and “There”: The first is a contraction of ‘they are’; the second is a form of the possessive case of they used as an attributive adjective before a noun; the last means ‘at that place’.
I do not have a beta reader, but I do think that they are beneficial for young writers starting out. All in all though, I think that, if you have a question on how something should be spelled, then you should consult the internet or a word document with a spell check. It’s a truth that not many people acknowledge, but not every word in the English language (or any language for that matter) can be sounded out phonetically.
On My Posting: Fanfiction is not my life. I have other responsibilities that must come first, and when I get an off-chance to write, then I’m usually working on my own books. It is only when my muse is being a royal bitch that I make my way to my own fanfictions. I’m very sorry if that upsets anyone or makes them believe that I am a flake. I will finish what I put out, but I do believe that people should understand that fanfiction is what I use to clear my brain for my first love(s): my own books.
Anyway, sorry that I got ranty. I do appreciate anyone who has checked this out – as a reader myself, I know that if I like someone’s work I check out their profile to see what else they’ve come up with and just to see what kind of person they are.
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