Author has written 36 stories for Golden Sun, Fruits Basket, Naruto, Ouran High School Host Club, Stargate: SG-1, D N Angel, Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure, Amazing Agent Luna, Beet the Vandel Buster, and Hetalia - Axis Powers.
A student once went to his professor with an original story and asked, "Is my writing any good?"
The professor said, "If I told you that it wasn't, would you continue to write anyway?"
Hello, my name is Spirit Seer! I offer you pleasant salutations. After all...
Rapunzel: Something brought you here, Flynn Rider. Call it what you will: fate... destiny...
Flynn Rider: A horse.
...So without further ado, I hereby welcome you to my profile page!
I'm just a girl with a penchant for writing in dead or dying fandoms... so keep calm and write on!
If you would like to contact me, have constructive criticism for me, have questions, and/or would like to chat, I can be reached through PM and reviews.
Here's a link to my deviantART account for those that are interested:
I am making a manga adaptation of Car's story Executive Residence! It's my first published adaptation on deviantART, and it is being drawn traditionally. It looks really rough, but it's been a great experience, and I am now three pages away from completion! If you are a Hetalia fan and are interested, please check it out !
Col. Clink: You know, Hogan, ever since you got here, strange things have been happening. Trains are blowing up. Tanks disappear and come out of the Recreation Hall. Out of a locked case, my cigars vanish!
Col. Hogan: Hm.
Col. Clink: And, you know, just last night, an American plane was shot down. But my guards found no pilot. This morning, they didn't even find AN AIRPLANE.
Col. Hogan: Oh, that's rough, sir.
(--from Hogan's Heroes)
Name: Spirit Seer
Star Sign: Scorpio (though now I'm a Libra... guess I'm just stubborn that way...)
Age: ...You seriously asked a girl that question?
Cookie: And what is this?
Lt. Sinclair: That would be lettuce.
Cookie: L-L-Lettuce? Lettuce?
Lt. Sinclair: It's a vegetable, Cookie. The men need their four basic food groups.
Cookie: [holds up three fingers] I got yah four basic food groups--beans, bacon, whiskey, and lard!
(--from Atlantis: The Lost Empire)
From the flag at the top, you can see that I speak American English. My Spanish is a mixture of European and Mexican/Latin American Spanish (because I've had different professors yet am mostly familiar with Mexican Spanish). My Spanish has much improved, but it's not perfect (and my greatest weakness is still that subjunctive, gah!). I started learning Italian officially last semester, and I'm picking it up fairly quickly thanks to Spanish, but I'm still a beginner.
If you would like to speak with me or leave a review for a story but don't feel comfortable using English, you may try to speak with me in either Spanish or Italian (or any other language, if you're willing to trust your words to Google Translate). My reply will be far from perfect, but I'll try my best!
Mrs. Miller: I can't understand a word he's saying.
Mr. Miller: I know. It's all Greek to me.
(--from My Big Fat Greek Wedding)
About My Stories:
I tend to stick around the General, Action/Adventure, Romance, Poetry, Tragedy, Hurt/Comfort, Suspense, Humor, and Angst genres, but if I feel inspiration for other genres, this does not mean that I'm limited to these. These are simply the genres that I've written for already/have proven to be most inclined toward.
I used to write song-fics, but those are no longer allowed on this site. The song-less fics are still present, but they're only partially participating in the Form of the Song-Fic given the fact that they lack participation in the Form of the Song while participating in the Form of the Fic, but the remnants of the Form of the Song-Fic (i.e. its Accidents) can be found here on this profile! :D
I don't publish much poetry anymore, but I might in the future if I regain my inspiration. If I have inspiration for a one-shot, I'll post it. I'm mainly focusing on my multi-chapters/novels right now, with my drabble/one-shot collections on the side.
I will not write lemons, smut, yaoi, yuri, etc. I'm not hating on those who like or write them; they're just not my preferred cup of tea, so please don't expect or ask for them in my stories. I also prefer to keep swearing to a minimum.
I often play with ideas for a while before I get around to posting them. I try to find the little, empty niches of the existing story and fill those, which results in many one-shots and drabbles (mostly for Amazing Agent Luna, which is why I just made one collection for them). I'm also into crossovers. Like, really into crossovers. I know that some people don't like them, but I find them rather fun; and, if they're done really well, they can be phenomenal. Consequently, you will find a few of those here in addition to my regular stories.
If you feel that I have a story that I really should work on, feel free to bug me through PM or through a review. It's probably on my to-do list, but it doesn't hurt that to know that there are still people that want to read it. It gives great incentive to write and a nice reminder to stop being distracted by other plot bunnies. Oh, the bunnies...
I update quicker with reviews. Like, much quicker, because they give me inspiration and are one of the ways that I know that there is popular demand for more updates. I'm not one to typically withhold chapters for reviews (because the waits in between updates are typically due to my writing in between my duties of life, such as being a college student), but if the chapter number ever exceeds the number of reviews or I go through more than two chapters without a review, then I start seriously considering it.
"Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral in it will be banished; persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot."
(--Mark Twain, from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)
What's Up Next/Story Statuses:
--Into the Wild Blue Yonder: (4/26/2015) Part the Fourteenth may yet see the light of posting.
--Rhapsody: The Princely Chronicles: (3/11/2015) Chapter Fourteen is
--Behind the Mask: (3/11/2015) I would like to post something for this soon, but I haven't gotten anything to a point where I could post it. Sorry!
--Lineage: (12/26/2014) Sorry, I'd like to update this one soon, but I got distracted with other projects. We'll see what happens!
--Book One: Revelations of the Past: (10/11/2014) I'm in the process of editing the chapters that I've had sitting around so that I can post them. It's been in the rewriting process for many years now, and while I had wanted it completed before I started posting, I would also like to take down that "Please don't read me" sign that I've had up for ages. I'm done with the Prologue/Chapter One, and I'm working on the rest...
--APH/Hogan's Heroes crossover fic: (12/26/2014) This will be worked on sometime only after something has finished. (I really don't want to give this one up, though...)
--My Medieval Literature class a couple of semesters ago gave me ideas for some Hetalia fanfictions. I would like for them to make it past the theme board...
--A Guardian's Light is on my To-Do List, but I would like to finish something (preferably somethings) before I return to this one. If I don't, nothing will get finished...
America: [reading a US map] Do you know how long it would take to get from my place to Germany's if I was driving?
England: Why don't you get yourself a real world map instead of that narcissistic nonsense!
America: Who asked you?! [puts away map and pulls out a computer] Fine, then. I'll just ask Google Maps. He'll tell me how far away it is on top of how long it'll take!
England: We can't Google things in 1942!
America: Watch me. [typing] Going from America... to Germany... Check it. I do what I want, biatch--Awck! [reads screen] Swim across the Atlantic Ocean? SERIOUSLY??
England: Oh my. You'd better get started. That's a really long swim. Shocking!
(--from Hetalia: Axis Powers)
(4/21/2014): Since I just discovered that you left an anonymous review and I can't respond directly to those, I'll hope that you find your response here.
To Guest, who left a review for To Give My Heart: I am sorry for your loss, and I offer my sincerest condolences. I sang his piece while I was in high school, but I had the opportunity to hear it performed by a Girl's Region Choir before then. It's a lovely piece, and it's still one of my favorites.
(1/1/2015): Back for 2015! As promised, this notes section has been
(2/14/2015): AND THE COMPS ARE DONE
(2/23/2015): We just hit 6,000 hits on ITWBY. I'm too happy for words. If I had anything other than fragments of the Platonic Form of the Chapter, I would post it in celebration (but alas, the Form has not been grasped... *
(4/7/2015): The second of my applications is almost complete
(4/18/2015): Two applications are in finally, one of which I made it to the first round of interviews, but as I don't feel that I did very well (never go into an interview sick and tired just don't go in like that or they'll think you're unenthusiastic), I don't think I'm progressing to the second round. I'm bummed. So now I'm currently waiting to hear results for the first. But for the main event--the thesis is done! And my presentation is Tuesday (ALIEWHOGHSH IT IS COMING).
(4/21/2015): The thesis presentation came, and by the grace of God, I think I conquered. :) Now to ride out the rest of the semester. You may yet see your regularly scheduled updates again. In the words of Huck Finn, "...and now there ain't nothing more to write about, and I'm rotten glad of it, because if I'd 'a' knowed what a trouble it was to make a [thesis] , I wouldn't 'a' done it, and I ain't a-going to no more." Hah. XD
(4/26/2015): Research, research, research
Fiona: You didn't slay the dragon?!
Shrek: It's on my To-Do List!
I am back in college for my final year, and I am currently determining future goals. Of course, being a writer is one of them, but I also have to focus on graduating (*looks at thesis*). On the bright side, I took a creative writing course in fiction this past semester, so hopefully, the things that I learned will transfer over to my writing here! Even after I graduate, I don't plan to stop writing on this site. It's great stress-relief, and I don't want unfinished stories on this website if I can avoid it. So hopefully, you'll see some work this semester (even though I can't promise now when that will be)!
Thank you so much for being patient with me, everyone. Happy writing, and God bless!
Commodore Norrington: You are without a doubt the worst pirate I have ever heard of.
Captain Jack Sparrow: Ah, but you have heard of me.
(--from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl)
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