Author has written 10 stories for Naruto, Bleach, Hetalia - Axis Powers, and Detective Conan/Case Closed.
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Name: Katelin / Katie / Katix
Username(s): animefreak312, animechick312, katix-chan and desperatembrace
Email(s): email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (You will most likely be able to get in contact with me here)
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Birthday: June 1st.
Personality: Random, easy-going, protective of friends, playful yet serious. Realistic but definitely a daydreamer.
Favorites: Red; Fox; Tex-mex; Autumn; 33; etc.
Quirks: Speaks a bit of Japanese, even less French. Habit of switching from English to Japanese. Fan of both yaoi (so long as it's the right couple) and hetero couples. Flat out romantic. Sorta dark sense of humor.
Loves: Foxes, anime, manga, computers. Comedy, romance, action, drama.
Hates: Hypocrites and racists. Abusive people. Being poor. :D
Hobbies: Drawing, cooking, reading, writing, exploring the internet, video games, singing
Writing Habit: I tend to do cliché kinds of ideas, but I usually twist and tweak them a bit so that they're a little different and more mine.
My existence in a single word: Complicated
A Bit About Me: I love the challenge of putting characters into a crazy situation... and keeping them in character. It really makes me feel like I've accomplished my goal when my readers compliment me on my characterization despite the odd circumstances of the plot. :)
Note: If there is explicit material in a fanfiction of mine, you won't be able to find it in the fanfictiondotnet-posted version. It will have been edited out. If you want to read the un-cut version, you must go to my LiveJournal account, under the same username: Desperatembrace. If you have trouble finding the site, you can just use the URL typed out at the top of this page. :)
Note from her Husband: Hallo. Hoeveel sleutels zijn er? Er zijn drie vissen. Ja. Vissen.
From the Ground, Up
Type: AU; multi-chapter; Romance/Friendship/Family/Hurt-Comfort/Drama/Angst
Warnings: Violence, language, implied sexual content, shonen-ai, abuse
Pairing(s): Grimmichi (Grimmjow x Ichigo)
Status: Prologue and up to chapter 4 complete, chapter 5 midway
Posted Chapters: None yet
Notes: It's a lighter one in the sense of sexual content, guys. Sorry about that... anything hardcore is just a bit out of place in this story... HIATUS
Anime/Manga: Skip Beat!
Type: AU; multi-chapter; Romance/Humor/General/Drama
Warnings: Dark humor, language, violence, child abuse
Pairing(s): Ren X Kyoko
Status: Prologue and up to chapter 2 complete; Chapter 3 being started
Posted Chapters: None yet
Notes: Probably going to be a long time before it's posted--still working out plot holes and spinning more ideas. HIATUS
Anime/Manga: Detective Conan
Type: Off-canon; multi-chapter; Criminal/Drama/Mystery/Romance/Suspense
Warnings: Shounen-ai, language, etc.
Pairing(s): Kaishin (Kaito X Shinichi)
Posted Chapters: Complete
Notes: My latest brainchild... Longest fanfiction I have ever written
Then vs. Than
Then indicates what happens next. Ex: And then he decided it would be nice to run.
Than indicates a comparison. Ex: She thought walking would be better than running.
Get it straight.
Murmur vs. Mutter
Muttering and murmuring are two different things! Really!
Murmur indicates a smoother and quieter way of speaking. Ex: He murmured sweet nothings into her ear.
Mutter indicates either sarcasm or quiet complaints and such. Ex: She muttered obscenities under her breath.
Breathe vs. Breath
Breathe is a verb. Not a noun. It is something you do with your lungs. Ex: Breathe in and then out.
Breath is a noun. It is totally different from breathe. Truly. Ex: He let out a heavy breath.
Loose vs. Lose
Loose is an adjective. (Pronounced: "loos") It indicates an insecure bond. Ex: My shoe-lace is loose.
Lose is a verb. (Pronounced: "looz") It indicates failure; the inability to 'make the cut'. Ex: This time is for real--It's either win or lose.
It can also mean to have something go missing. Ex: I didn't mean to lose the jewel, honestly!
Your vs. You're
Your indicates the person's possession. It claims that the person whom is being spoken to owns whatever is being spoken about. Ex: Your bag is ripping at the corner.
You're is a contraction. It means "you are" for short. Ex. You're so ridiculous.
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