Author has written 11 stories for Gundam Wing/AC, Harry Potter, Naruto, Avatar: Last Airbender, and Secret Garden.
Formerly known as: Junsui Chikyuu. Changed to be more user-friendly!
I am 24 years old. I am a female. I live in New York City (so any traces of odd diction is probably because of that).
I adore anime, Asian cultures, scifi & fantasy and may have a legitimate book fetish. My favorite authors are: Vivian Vande Velde, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, Eoin Colfer, Francesca Lia Block, Patricia C. Wrede, William Faulkner, Philip Pullman, Shakespeare, Edgar Allen Poe, and JM Barrie.
I ship many things, if you want to know what they are, feel free to ask in a PM; please do not put any bullshit ship wars in my reviews. I don't care what your idea is, it isn't going to change my mind by telling me that my idea is stupid. By the same token I am equally annoyed when the only thing someone says is "AxB FOREVER!" because that means that the story could have been a mouldering pile of feces but as long as it's your ship, you like it and I personally think that's worse than just not liking it. So if you don't actually have something constructive to say, spare me. Or PM me and we can have a discussion. Flames are always welcome otherwise because I'm always in the mood to laugh at people dumber than myself.
I do hope you enjoy anything you may read here (despite the fact that most of it is really, really old) and thank you for stoppin' by.
Also, for any of you wondering the, now classic, question, "What the hell in wrong with Dickon in 'Don't Speak?'" here's my rather lame attempt at an explanation:
It's a little bit made up. I stole it mostly from the fact that there were thounsands of instances of soldiers coming home shell-shocked, especially in WWI when Dickon might have gone to war (and Septimus from Mrs. Dalloway) but as far as I'm aware that usually means that they jump at every noise and become paranoid-schitzophrenic or something along those lines. I've heard of people who came home catatonic - staring into space, technically alive, but for all intents some form of shock has put them into that state - but I have no proof and no reference I could give you. Catatonic Schitzophrenia is a real mental disorder with effects on motor function, and it does cause rigidity and immobility but not, that I'm aware, to the extent Dickon experiences.