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Author has written 5 stories for Redwall, Hunger Games, and My Little Pony.
I don't own any of the things I write fanfics for. However, if I say that the character is one that I made up, then I own that specific character (such as DoraRose, for example). Please do not use them in your own fics. Thank you.
My hobbies include reading, playing my mandolin (it's similar to a guitar), crocheting, being sat on by cats, baking, drawing, amateur photography, doing things with dolls and stuffed animals, sewing, and writing (why else would I be here? LOL).
Martin the Warrior taught me to do what's right, even when it's dangerous. Sunset Shimmer taught me that no matter what mistakes you might make, real friends will forgive you and help you change for the better. Tigress and Elsa taught me that being a loner never really works out very well. Raven taught me that even when other people are expecting and demanding that you be what they think you should be, you can still choose your own destiny. Fluttershy taught me to be myself, even when others laugh at me. Sunflower taught me to dance to my own drum. Katniss taught me to stand up against injustice, no matter the cost. Hobbits taught me that even if you're underappreciated, you can still change the world for the better. Mice have taught me that even if the world looks down at you, you are still valuable and you can still help others. Owls have taught me that when you're on top of the world, you have the duty to protect it, not abuse it. I am a fangirl, and this is the fandom life. What have your fandoms taught you?
On February 15th of every year is a holiday that us fans are calling Fandompocalypse Day. It's the day where all fans and fandoms must unite! To participate, write "Fandompocalypse Day" on your non-dominant arm in green ink on February 15th. Then wear something that has to do with your fandom -- anything from a headband or bracelet to full-out cosplay. Take a photo of yourself, and if you're on social media, post it on there with the hashtag #FandompocalypseDay (but you don't have to make the picture public for everyone to see, don't worry)! But here's the kicker: First, you can't say anything bad about the fandoms you hate on that day. You don't have to say good things about it, but you can't say bad stuff, either. Secondly, if you see anyone else with "Fandompocalypse Day" written on their arm, you have to go up to them and talk to them. And BE NICE, even if you hate that fandom. We're all the same, deep down inside; we all are a little crazy in our love for something, be it a movie or book or TV show or whatever. So we should treat each other like we're the same, at least for one day of the year. Even if we hate the other person's fandom. They're still a person, like you or me. Let's all be kind and celebrate Fandompocalypse Day! (Kudos and credit to whoever came up with this first, even though I have no idea who they are. I salute you!)