Author has written 9 stories for Maximum Ride, Twilight, Shakespeare, and Bollywood.
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For those who don't understand: I HEART BOOKS. No more to add. If you don't understand, I haven't written anything you want to read.
I belong in an asylum, but you all still love me.
I am an Aries, as in impulsive, as in I start a lot of stories I have trouble finishing. Reviews make it easier to finish.
I am expressly admitting right here that I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing.
MY FAVORITE BOOKS/SERIES
The Underland Chronicles (Misc. Books)
COUPLES THAT SHOULD NOT BE BROKEN BY DEATH OR ADULTERY (doesn't matter if they're "going out" or not)
FANGxMAX (These two just have to be together. They romance so much in the books.)
EDWARDxBELLA ('Nuff said.)
JASPERxALICE (if you've read you can see how much Jasper cares for Alice)
RONxHERMIONE (Most (very very subtle) romance of all HP couples)
HARRYxGINNY(I believe too much in fairy tale endings and love the best friend's sibling thing, don't know why)
I LOVE FLUFF, BUT SLASH IS WRONG UNLESS IT'S CANON. END OF STORY.
I love romance, but dislike overly-involved lemons.
THEORIES ABOUT LIFE (ALL SOMEWHAT TRUE, AT LEAST BY MY TEENAGE STANDARDS)
Love many, trust few, always paddle your own canoe.
True love is when you can say "no" and he'll say "good night" instead of "goodbye".
I do take calculated risks; I just use different formulas.
Sanity is overrated.
No matter what they say, teachers are biased towards the kids who do well in their class, and teachers do share which kids are their favorites.
Regrets are for party invitations sent to you from mean people trying to look good.
Normal is another word for untalented.
Incredibly brave and incredibly stupid often apply to the same thing.
Rules were made to be broken, so go be an exception. Just don't kill or convict yourself in the process.
The difference between "a job done well" and "a job done good" is the difference between approval of an educated person and approval of an uncouth person.
Play it safe, play it poor.
Youth is often mistaken for ignorance, and age for wisdom.
A true leader leads without letting anyone else know.
Children are the most impressionable things in our world, yet adults don't realize that children learn by example, not rote.
Mock and criticize yourself before anybody else does; it hurts less.
Humans tend to become defensive whenever faced with criticism. Apologies and prior compliments disarm them.
A good friend is often another name for a good listener.
The two hardest phrases to say in the world are "I'm sorry" and "You're right".
Never ever under any circumstances call someone the wrong name. They tend to not respect you after that.
The difference between able and adroit is the difference between knowing the rules and knowing how to break them.
Experience is not synonymous with competence though the two do often share a direct relationship.