Author has written 7 stories for Naruto.
Some rather vague elucidations on my honestly ridiculous, atrocity issue of updates...
Regardless of my hectic school life which includes a bunch of sporting, academical, family and friends dilemmas - I am not abandoning anything. Naruto chapters 620 and 621 have now given me such a spurring amount of plot bunnies feeding on my mind that are now spiralling wildly (and probably out of control.) Despite this, I have still a strong interest in the other various couples that run about and therefore, a nagging feeling to write and write will always be clinging at the back of my head. You've also probably noticed a couple of new stories keep on popping out. I'm just using this time now to get a few of them OUT INTO THE OPEN and for me to breathe in relaxation. Please don't give up on me. :)
A little info about me:
Nationality: I'm Australian although my family is originally from the Phillipines
Favourite colors: Meh, I don’t really have one – green I suppose?
Likes: Reading, sport, quiet places, areas filled with interesting people and animals, food and water (lol) and blunt, strong-willed people (Those who have a sharp tongue and aren't afraid and aren't afraid of harsh criticism really catch my eye)
Dislikes: Dishonest people, useless baggage (as in physical and emotional terms), screaming kids, adults and teenagers alike who simply can't act their age in public places and constant nagging
Hobbies: Taekwondo, Track and Field, reading, listening to my iPod, playing with my dog and younger siblings
Aspirations: I would love to launch a career to do with criminology. Someone's gotta show those criminals who's boss!
Studying / Procrastinating / Writing / Experiencing writer's block
Lethal Acid (Kabuto x Anko - Horror and Angst - Oneshot)
The Fourth Shinobi World War is nearing, with every snake against snake ready to lunge and strike. Upon discovering Kabuto's hideouts, Anko finds herself in the most dangerous of games. (I don't usually write horror, but this won't be pretty.)
It's to test out your venom, dear one.
As former students of Lord Orochimaru, why don't we pay him a bit of respect?
Let's see how far your lessons with him have fared. Let's find out when you left him if your learning and training was truly done.
After all, this fang-filled game has only just begun.
Obtaining the Dominion - (Sasori x Kabuto x Orochimaru - Mystery and Suspense - Oneshot)
"Years have passed and yet you still possess such snakelike qualities, Orochimaru."
"Still hiding like a child under your stuffed, wooden puppets? Oh come on out Sasori, be a man. It amazes me how you still fret over what was never yours."
"Coming from a man who believes all those around him are tools, that's rather ironic don't you think?"
"The way you say it, makes this whole situation transform into child's play. Besides, Kabuto's loyalty was always going to diminish - just like you and your ridiculous puppets."
"As old partners and former friends, let it be known to you that I always retrieve what is claimed as rightfully mine. Whether it's animals. Objects. Retributions. Or people.
"Is that so?"
"No one touches what I possess. It's just like trying to obtain a dominion, Orochimaru. A dominion that will never be yours."
Brothers in Arms - (Madara x Izuna - Angst, Tragedy and Horror - Oneshot)
They fought with the wrath of the mightiest fire, upon the darkest, blackest embers. Only one's ashes tell the tale.
For those who inherit the Will of Fire - (Naruto x Sasuke - Friendship, Angst and Hurt/Comfort - Oneshot)
Untitled (Naruto x Haku - Oneshot)
"Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice." - Robert Frost
Untitled (Sasori x Temari or Sakura - Multichapter)
"Perhaps one reason for the falling-off of belief in a continuance of conscious existence is to be found in the quality of life that most of us lead. There is not much in it with which, in any kind of reason, one can associate the idea of immortality." - Albert J. Nock
"The immortality of the soul is a matter which is of so great consequence to us and which touches us so profoundly that we must have lost all feeling to be indifferent about it." - Blaise Pascal
Untitled (Kakazu x Tenten)
"If women didn't exist, all the money in the world would have no meaning." - Aristotle Onassis
Putting together the pieces
Ok, let's get this shit sorted.
I have a strong belief that all stories, great and small, have a chance to grow and blossom into something bigger or better - regardless of the faults or grammar mistakes. Whether your just an avid reader, or a spectacular writer, remember to thank all the kind reviewers out there as they provide us with a solid base to work on each and every story out there.
"The word "Eudaimonia" is a Greek word used by Aristotle in regards to happiness. As for "Raveling", well I'm certain you all know where to find the basis of it's meanings.
Feel to free to message me, I'm always happy to talk to new people - regardless of how boring, weird or extremely awkward the topic may be!
Same genre? Same character? Same plot? For those glued to that one fandom, take the addictive streak off and pick a fandom in the movies or books sector - you may be surprised at what you can find :) Although trust me, I do read a lot of fanfiction. It's probably one of the major factors that contribute to my endless procrastination. Other than that, I can read just about anything - mainly fiction though. However, I tend to avoid stories that's written with a one-person view - unless it's really good otherwise.
Weird pairings. I am an absolute sucker for weird/strange/unusual pairings. I honestly believe in the fact that any pairing can work - regardless of the contradicting personalities, coincidental appearances or just the awkward situations. Whether who or what your put together, it all comes down to the plot line, the writer and the situation both characters are cast in. Ultimately, it also depends on you, the reader. And as to how you as a judge, fan and critic, perceive it.
I first discovered the wonderful world of fanfiction at the tender age of eight years old but it took me a couple more years to actually have the courage to write one and create an account.
Writing is something I derive a lot of pleasure from and absurdly, I remember being rather jealous of my favourite authors for being able to write in a fashion I thought I'd never achieve or at least at 8 years old, the distance seemed immeasurable. My first few pieces of writing consisted of a couple of pages of the beginning of a story, usually about something cliché, such as a princess running away. After my small spurt of inspiration, I'd usually get bored and then throw it away.
On a last note, remember to always Ravel your Eudaimonia!
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