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I never really know what to put here to be honest. But, I figure that I could always start by saying that I was born in 1990. I don't claim to be the best writer out there, in fact there's tons of more talented authors on this site and I'm simply honored to be able to be part of the group of authors on this site. I don't seek to instigate conflict and I'm always willing to lend a helping hand wherever I can. I prefer reading stories with intricate plots or alternative histories; however, simple pairing fanfiction works well for me too.
When I found this site some few odd years ago, I was actually overwhelmed. Even today I still feel relatively inadequate whenever I read someone else's work and then go and read my own. I'm still trying to develop a style of writing; however, it's becoming incredibly difficult to maintain a style in my writing as I have a tendency to think about a million different things at once. Still, I'm not giving up hope even if I have to start a story ten million different times. I'll just be searching for the right way to write a story in my view.
I will always enjoy alternative history novels that ask really interesting questions like "What if America remained a British Colony?" or stuff like that. Sci-Fi novels have really begun to pick up for me since I started reading some of the Halo novels. But here's the thing... I do not like it when an author blatantly inserts their opinion about something into a novel. Hence why I have no love for Karen Traviss' novels. Here's another thing: I. Hate. Twilight. There's nothing charming about it, the main character is unlikable, the love interest is creepy and very much a textbook case of an abusive boyfriend, and the supposed friend is a creepy stalker. The sparkling in the sunlight thing killed any hope that there would be a redeeming quality; however, I must admit that I like Alice as a character.
I got into Anime and Manga when I was first introduced to Dragon Ball Z and Gundam Wing. Really, I like anime and manga for the simple fact they don't shy away from darker subjects and even if they get into some, the main character sometimes bounces back even if they're a bit messed up from the ordeal. I like anime that is well structured with humor and drama and as such I don't like Elfen Lied all that much because that's entirely TOO depressing...
Videogames have a lot of importance to me. I like games that have good stories and great gameplay. All the pretty graphics in the world mean nothing if the game itself is utter crap. I wholeheartedly despise sports games.