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Joined 01-18-08, id: 1477918, Profile Updated: 08-16-12
Author has written 1 story for Percy Jackson and the Olympians.


One born-and-bred Texan. Multicultural, determined (stubborn), set on becoming a woman of the word by Fall 2013. Currently both a student and a teacher, scribbles down verse on napkins (all right, on a laptop) in her spare time, perpetually busy and putting it all off. Current favorite site: Current least favorite site: Pretty chill about most things, including being reported for site violations, and always up for a frank exchange of ideas. Chase after me with a ruler in one hand and a tome of copyright law in the other? Sure, go ahead. Leave an anonymous review with no way for me to get in contact with you and no way to hold a rational discussion (like the secret police)? Now I'm mad.

The following contains all you need to know about the burning knight:

I dislike:

- righteous folk
- AP Statistics
- writer's block
- National Honor Society
- portmanteau couple names
- Republicanism
- not being in control of every aspect of my life
- Mary-Sues
- incredibly long profiles brimming with cut-and-paste "clever" witticisms
- Texas
- organized religion
- adverbs (and similar facets of lazy writing)
- judges
- fools

I like:

- stories
- quirkiness
- La Madeleine
- The Order of the Stick
- my own real-life heroine
- swimming
- tolerance
- unsolved crimes
- serotonin
- cheesecake
- calculus
- the extremes of humanity
- writing
- breathing (same thing, really)

I write:

- Akiyoshi Hongo's Digimon (Adventure, Adventure 02, and Frontier)
- J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter
- Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians
- David Shore's House, M.D.
Kazuki Takahashi's Yu-Gi-Oh! (and GX and 5D's)
Suzanne Collins's The Underland Chronicles
- Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games
- Russel T. Davis's Torchwood
Christy Hui's Xiaolin Showdown
- Walt Disney Pictures's Sky High
- Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- guilty pleasures
- poetry
- prose
- porn
- Mary-Sues (much to my shame)



The Towards Tomorrow series - By definition, the gods are not human. In some ways. this allows them to surpass mortals in unimaginable ways; in others, it becomes their undoing. In the wake of the Second Great Titan War, the Fates see what could come to be as a result of the gods' casual inhumanity, and act. A Reading the Books series. More information to come. In Progress.

Toward Tomorrow: The Lightning Thief reviews
To save humanity, the gods must learn what it means to be human, and the Fates have provided the myth of the most human hero of his age to speed them on their way. Meanwhile, three heroes are given a quest - and a second chance. This is the moral of the story: even gods must bow to fate, and a little kindness is not a fatal flaw - but its lack may be. A Reading the Books story.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Family - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,099 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 123 - Follows: 171 - Published: 8/16/2012 - Percy J., Poseidon