Author has written 2 stories for Naruto.
I suppose I should fill in some generic info about myself?
Location: New York
Hobbies: Reading, gaming, procrastinating, flirting, AFKing on Ragnarok Online.
I Resist: Caffeine. Nearly 3 years without it and keeping it that way!
I Succumb To: Women 5'3" - 5'9". I like girls a good margin shorter than me. God only knows why, it kills my back. Also, marble cake. Freakin' delicious.
Tongues: This story is officially on hiatus, and more than likely will simply be discontinued. I apologize to those of you who enjoyed it, but I just don't feel it's up to the standards I'd like for myself. I was only two chapters in and I'd already noticed plot holes I was digging myself into, as well as generally poor character development. I have two more ideas for stories, one serious and one more humorous, but they won't be up for a while. There's no way I'm trying this again without some more forethought, I thought I could just wing it, but winging it and quality just don't mix.
Who Stares Back?: A lovely new idea that I'm a lot more excited about than Tongues, whether or not I actually have what it takes to see it through to completion... Hell, the half way point even, remains to be seen. 4/14/09: So much for that, am I right?
6/30/08: Who Stares Back? Chapter 1 is 1,444 words so far. Just a heads up, looks like it will end somewhere between 6-10k maybe. Don't ask when though.
Title Pending: Ooooh, working on something new~ Not telling you anything about it though and I'm not even gonna start posting it until I've got at least 30k words, so stew in anticipation. (all two of you reading my profile.)
Generic Rant Section:
It occurred to me that I don't have a rant of any kind in my profile, so I thought I'd add this one real quick.
People who write "I suck at summaries" in their summary... did you ever think that you might be able to IMPROVE your summaries by NOT saying that you suck at them IN THE SUMMARY? Honestly, it's self-depreciation to the point of idiocy.
Also irritating, people who have lists of quotes, then sneak in one by THEMSELVES. To quote something is to make a note of it as something people find memorable, and that's something that you don't get to decide about your own words. If you want people to hear your words, write them in your profile, but you don't call it a quote. Listing your words in a list including great historical figures and some of the most famous writers of all time is just your ego getting the best of you.
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