Author has written 46 stories for Fruits Basket, D.Gray-Man, Tsubasa Chronicle, Criminal Minds, Ouran High School Host Club, Shingeki no Kyojin/進撃の巨人, Queer as Folk, xxxHOLiC, Card Captor Sakura, Maximum Ride, K, Bleach, Magi/マギ, and Clamp School Detectives/CLAMP学園探偵団.
The boys in the picture, in case you want to know, are Shion and Nezumi, from No. 6. I don't think you can see it in the pic, but they are holding hands. It's a great anime. And manga. And the book series itself is probably great too. Don't they look like Allen and Kanda, though? Or Kuroh and Shiro? Go ahead, look those couples up, and you'll see.
Disclaimer: None of the mangas, animes, or books that I used belong to me. They all belong to their respective owners, and these are pure works of fantasy. I say this now because it is very likely I'll forget to say it in the actual stories I post.
If you like Tsubasa Chronicle, you should go check out my sister's stories. They're really cute! I've loved every one. Her profile name is Snowe Whisper. If you like Tsubasa Chronicles you should also check out my stories, obviously. And if you like my stories, then keep reading my stories.
Woah! I've been on here since 2008!? That's insane. That mean's I was thirteen when I created this profile. *shudders at the memory.* I'm glad nobody around remembers that. Though I regret deleting the old fics completely. But my writing was so terrible! Okay, it wasn't that bad, but compared to now...*shudders again* And my pen name was ridiculously stupid.
I am on Fictionpress, and my username there is Shady Shinigami. So if you like angst and BL, then you should visit me there, because I can't not write about teenage boys suffering in gross amounts...
Cause I'm a sadist.
And a masochist.
Well, I'm only a sadist in my writing. In real life, I would never want to hurt anyone, even if they wanted it. And my sexual experience is limited, but I might enjoy tiny things, like handcuffs and blindfolds, and a little pain, so I'm a tiny bit of a masochist I guess.
Whatever, not like you asked.
I am a girl, but I think I was supposed to be a boy. It's hard to describe.
I like a lot more than the things I've posted about, (a lot more) but for some reason it's usually Criminal Minds, Tsubasa Chronicle, or Fruits Basket that I write about. If for some reason, you're a weird stalker who really wants to know everything I'm into, clicking my favorites list would be a good way to get the picture.
If you guys wanna chat, let's chat. Just hit me up, and I'll be glad to talk.
Stuff About Me
Gender: Female. (Kinda)
Sexuality: I love you for your soul.
Age: I have been on this earth for two decades now.
Occupation: I work in a book/movie/video/toy store.
Favorite foods: I don't know...ramen? I eat a lot of ramen.
Favorite drink: Doctor Pepper.
Least favorite foods: Fish.
Favorite pastimes: Reading, writing, and watching stuff.
Favorite colors: Black and orange.
Favorite flowers: Dandelions.
Favorite Animal: Wolves.
Favorite Person: My sister.
Fetishes: I like tubs. Baths are amazing things. I take one everyday.
Special skills: I type super fast.
Wishlist: I want X1999 to finish.
PS: I took the above description list from the character descriptions of CardCaptor Sakura, and added a couple of my own.
It's my older sister's fault I fell into this never ending hole of anime and manga. She showed me Naruto when I was about twelve. And it's my best friend's fault yaoi stole my soul, because she showed me Junjou Romantica about a year or two later, and it only got worse, (or better) from there.
I used to have two Naruto Fanfictions, A FMA one, and two Xiaolin Showdown stories, but I deleted them all one day when I became hateful and embarrassed of myself. I wish I hadn't now, of course, even though they were embarrassing. The only stories that survived that slaughter were Military School sucks, which I kept because it got reviews, Battle for Allen, because it was my first (published) yaoi, and also got reviews, and For Who He Is, which I kept because I love KuroFai.
I'm really big into yaoi, and have been since I was about twelve. Well, I think that's the age I was introduced to it, maybe. I could have been thirteen. I'd give a list on my top 5 favorite yaoi anime/manga, but I'd never be able to narrow it down.
Well, I could, but it would take a while. Maybe later, if I'm bored.
Yuri is good too, by the way, Any yaoi fangirls reading this should give it a chance.
My Top Five Favorite Fanfictions
In no particular order...
Yours and Mine. (Tsubasa Chronicle)
Our Love In Fifty Words. (Tsubasa Chronicle)
Whispering Heart. (Twilight. It's yaoi, and amazing and has over 1000 reviews, so don't judge)
And The Bloodshed that followed. (D. Gray-man)
For Love or Fear of The Cold. (Xiaolin Showdown)
If I Included My Next Top Five
In no particular order...
Hunger Pains (K Project)
Welcome Home (Natsume Yuujinchou)
A Slave To You (Xiaolin Showdown)
Acting Your Age (Tsubasa Chronicle)
Unintended: A Tale Of Clumsy Match Making & The Value Of Custom Boots (Tsubasa Chronicle)
This is of course, not including the oneshots that I clicked purely for the smut, because then 8 out of 10 of these would be smut. I mean, some of those stories have sex scenes, (maybe like one or two) but mostly they're not smutty.
And when I say favorite, I don't really mean I favor those over the others in a way that is obvious to me. These are just the fanfics I either enjoyed a whole lot, or go back and re-read a lot.
If you like any of those fandoms, check them out.
Top 15 Favorite Anime Movies (may not have 15 at the time you read this)
Again, in no particular order-
Wolf Children (Who didn't watch Wolf Children and leave with a crush on Ame? Which is totally creepy, because I'm ten years older than him. But whatever. )
Princess Mononoke (I like wolves. Plus, who didn't love Ashitaka?)
Patema Inverted (This movie is beautiful, and deserves to be seen by all. Seriously. Go see it.)
From Up On Poppy Hill (This was my favorite Studio Ghibli film until I saw Princess Mononoke)
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (By the same guy who did Wolf Children and Summer Wars. A good movie, indeed. But is ''leapt" even a word?)
The Garden Of Words (Short, but sweet. Or bittersweet)
Hotarubi no Mori e- (Another short, but (bitter) sweet one. If you're in the mood to cry, this is the movie for you)
Summer Wars (By the same guy who did Wolf Children and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time. It's very cool.)
Children Who Chase Lost Voices (A cute/sad one that you'll like. It's worth seeing)
Brave Story- (I liked this one cause it was kind of yaoish. And because it was a good movie)
Shout out to my work, for having some decent anime movies available to rent. And yes, before you ask, people still rent movies. About two hundred people rent movies a day where I'm at. It's actually exhausting.
Probably My Top 7 Favorite Manga
(I say probably because this is just what I came up with thinking about it vaguely. If I give it deep thought it could be different)
In No Particular Order As Always
Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle- I say these are in no particular order, but Tsubasa is definitely number 1. It changed my life. KuroFai is my eternal OTP, by the way. I loved all the characters. Yes, even CSyaoran. Actually, he and Fai flip flop for the position of my favorite character.
Pandora Hearts- I'm going out to by the final volume tomorrow, and already my life feels empty. It's a great story. My favorite character is Gilbert.
Magi- Don't ask me who my favorite character is, cause I don't know. Sometimes I think Alibaba, sometimes I think Sinbad, sometimes Jafar. I hope it doesn't end too sadly. Though I don't have much hope. PS: If anyway can clear it up for me on how Magi is pronounced, that'd be amazing. I hear it all kinds of ways.
Godchild- Oh my God, if you're a yaoi fangirl who wants to read something emotionally devistating, this is the story for you. It's not actually a yaoi, it's just easy to see. If you're not huge on yaoi, give it a look anyway.
Gimmick- I'm so depressed about how underground this manga is. There's no scanlations online, and it won't be found in any bookstores. I just happened to find it in a library, then read it online. To give a brief summary, it's about a makeup artist with amazing skill who's life is constantly in danger.
Natsume Yuujinchou- I had to make this a top 6 list just so I could include Natsume. The anime is amazing too, it's one of the most faithful anime adaptions I've ever seen. It's a tearjerker about a boy who can see yokai.
Black Bard- Like Godchild and Gimmick I just picked this up at a library, not expecting much. Instead I was blown away. This series is amazing. It's pretty short, but the mangaka does a wonderful job of making you care for the characters nontheless.
All these manga are beyond worth looking into.
Top 10 favorite books (including series because it's my page and I can)
In no particular order.
Unwind series- Bascially, in the future, children between the ages of 13 and 18 can be "unwound" which is a kind way of saying killed, but they make the parents feel better by saying that since all their body parts are being donated and used, the child is technically still alive. The main character is of course, trying his hardest to avoid being unwound once his parents sign the unwind order. It's amazing. Neal Shusterman makes me want to slit my throat because I'll never be as good as him. Hayden is my favorite character.
Chaos Walking trilogy- In a world where men can hear each other's thoughts, and animals can talk, (and you can also hear their thoughts and they can also hear yours) a young boy finds out that everything he knows is a lie. All the women of the world aren't dead, but the ones that did die...well...It's a tearjerking story. All my favorite characters kept dying. Todd is my favorite character.
Gone series- A giant dome goes up around a small town in California, and everyone over the age of fourteen is gone. As you can imagine, shit happens. This was the one time in my life I was upset at figuring out a character was gay, because I was so sure if I was in that world, we'd fall in love. *sigh* Oh well. As you may have guessed, (based on that I was just speaking about him) Edilio is my favorite character.
Hero- In a world where superheroes exist, (like the Incredibles) a young boy has to deal with hiding his powers from his father and his sexuality. (Also from his father) This book is surprisingly deep and moving, so don't judge it on my shitty description. Thom, of course, is my favorite character.
You don't know me- The only non end of the world/supernaturalish book on this list. It's about a boy who is being beat by his mother's boyfriend, and whose life just sucks in general. (Girl he loves turns out to be a bitch, best friend kind of ditches him) It's really upsetting, and sad, but also really good. I bought it randomly, but I'll never regret it. John is my favorite character.
The Sight- This book was everything to me when I was younger. It's basically Watership Down with wolves, but I am in no way saying the author ripped it off, or that The Sight shouldn't be read just because you've read Watership Down. Basically, a wolf pack is fleeing from a curse, and slowly die one by one. It's really dark, but very good. Fell is my favorite character. Sometime's it's Kar.
Lockdown Series- This series is almost everything I want in a story. Drama, action, characters you love, and minimal girls. I'm not sexist, I just like books about boys better. It's about a boy who gets sent to a maximum security prison after being framed for murder. The prison holds boys between 13 and 18, and is filled with terrible creatures and experiments. The main characters, of course, try to devise a plan to escape. It's a great horror series.
Trouble- It's a one book series, and probably super unknown. I'm most likely alone in this fandom. But I read this series and my life was altered slightly. It's one of those books you didn't expect much from, and instead you come out feeling different. It's about a boy whose older brother is killed by a driver who falls asleep behind the wheel of a car. He decides to climb the mountain his brother used to climb with a black dog he finds, and his best friend, and the boy who says he hit the brother come along. It's very good. Everything's a lie. It's also slightly, just slightly, gay.
The Rest of Us Just Live Here- This one is by the same guy who wrote the Chaos Walking Trilogy mentioned above. It's basically about a boy whose life is changing, (i.e highschool ending, in love with a childhood friend, best friend problems) while all the while magical superhero stuff that isn't important to the story happens around him. The main character is great, because he's straightish. And those are my favorite kind of characters man.
Treasure Island- I don't need to tell you what this one is about, do I? Good. Anyway, give it a read sometime. You'll like it.
Top 5 CLAMP Works
I love everything by CLAMP, these are just my favorite. Actually in order.
1) Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle- A group of dimension travelers goes from world to world trying to get back a princess' memories. Two are from the same world, the other two are from entirely different dimensions. So you basically have a princess with no memories, (Sakura) her childhood best friend doing his best to get her memories back, even though she'll never remember him, (Syaoran) a ninja with anger problems, (Kurogane) and a wizard who is hiding a lot of secrets, and definitely isn't trying very hard to stay alive. (Fai) Oh, and Mokona. It gets really dark, and is my favorite CLAMP work. KuroFai is my eternal OTP. I want to go on and on about how wonderful it is all the time.
2) X- One of their bloodiest manga to date, it's about a boy, Kamui Shiro who has to choose between saving the earth, (by killing humanity) or saving humanity. (Thereby dooming the earth to a slow painful death) Really good.
3)CardCaptor Sakura- Starring Syaoran and Sakura again, but they aren't the same people. This one is much more lighthearted, and is a very cute magical girl story with some twists. You'll find pretty much every type of relationship you can think of in here. (Yaoi, yuri, age differences, straight, ect.)
4)Tokyo Babylon- Starring Subaru, who is also in X, but unlike with CCS and TRS, it really is the same guy. He can see spirits and is trying to help them pass on. But then he starts to fall in love with Seishiro, who really, seriously, is not at all like he appears. Really sad. Don't read it if you're not ready for heartbreak.
5)Clamp School Detectives- Such a small one, but I love it a lot. I like to rewatch the anime, and reread the manga. It's just about three young boys who do their best, (which is pretty darn great) to solve crimes and mysteries. (The fact that they're all pretty rich probably helps)
Top 12 Yaoi Manga/Anime In Not Particular Order But Only Thought About Kinda Vaguely So Maybe The List Is Different.
No.6- This isn’t a yaoi, so much as by the end of the anime/manga the main characters are just kind of in a relationship. It’s amazing. Really. It’s an action/dystopian type story, where the main characters are just also gay. I wouldn’t include it on my list, since it’s not technically a yaoi, but I couldn’t not. My profile picture is the two main characters.
Loveless- Yeah, I don’t think I need to describe Loveless right? Everyone’s heard of it. Well, if you’ve only seen the anime, you’re really missing out. The manga is outstanding, and way worth it. Sure, there’s a creepy age difference between the two main characters. But look past that and you’ve got yourself one feline tail. (Haha. Fine tail. Feline tail. Get it? Well, you do if you’ve seen/read Loveless)
Konbini-kun- Not very well known, but easily one of my favorites. It’s about a boy who is basically bullied out of school after everyone finds out he’s gay, and he ends up working at a convenience store, where he falls in love with his coworker, all the while frightened he’ll find out about his past. It’s pretty short, only one volume, but very good. Check it out. You’ll probably cry, or at least tear up, because it’s impossible not to feel sorry for the main character.
Seven Days- You’ve probably heard of this one by now. I LIKED IT BEFORE IT WAS POPULAR. Sorry. Anyway, yeah, so this guy goes out with whoever first asks him out on Monday, but everyone knows he’ll break up with you after Seven Days. Jokingly, the main character, (a male) asks him out, but the other boy takes him seriously. Then misunderstandings occur, due to the fact that both boys suck at explaining themselves.
Caste Heaven- If you like really dark ones, with rape and what not this is the manga for you. Basically, your position in school is ranked on what card you find when the game is first set, (Joker being the lowest you can get, King being the best. I’m not sure how Aces rank) The main character goes from being the King to the Joker, and is now basically being raped by the current King.
19 days- I first started reading this because it was hilarious. I couldn’t go a single chapter with out laughing my ass off. Now I can’t go a chapter without tearing up. It’s really good, and really emotional. The buildup is super slow though. But it’s way worth it. It’s about...well...it’s hard to say what it’s about. Two childhood friends going through life, as one slowly begins to accept his sexuality. His road to acceptance isn’t easy.
Lost Boys- I feel bad, because this one is in my top ten, but it’s super on the down low, so I know not many people have read it, and it’s probably hard to find. I don’t want to like, brag about how I own it, and get people interested, only for it to not be easy to get to. It’s basically Peter Pan, except Peter’s name is Air, and he and the main character, who he abducts to be “a father” start to fall in love. It really is one of my favorites though. It’s cute. There’s no sex though, disappointingly, except at the end, with who is technically Hook and who I guess is technically...Smee? *shudders* Don’t worry though, they’re hot. (Not that I’m judging anyone who likes the idea of Hook and Smee hooking, (haha) up. Maybe you’re not even imagining the Disney version, like I am. Maybe you are. Either way. No judgments here. No siree)
DistopiA- A goodie. It’s short, and available online. Basically this boy helps develop a dating sim that you can go into, like virtual reality, and goes into the game to test it out. There he finds a boy, a character in the game, (so he’d technically not real) and chooses to take his character’s path. Obvious questions insue. It’s great. Give it a look, if you’ve got a free hour on your hands and no other way to spend it.
Junjou Romantica- Because you can’t have started watching yaoi when I started (mid2000s I guess) and not have a soft spot for Junjou Romantica. To be fair, I’m still reading the manga. Which, yes, is still being updated. Favorite character? Most likely Misaki. I just connect with him on certain spiritual levels. I think our personalities are similar too. It's cuter on him though. I don’t need to describe this one to you, right? Okay, good. If I do, just type it in on google. Trust me, you’ll find it.
Aitsu No Daihonmei- This one you need to check out. It's about a boy, who doesn't look like your typical uke, but a handsome, popular classmate is in love with him anyway. It's very sweet. He has to deal with wondering why the other boy even likes him, hiding their relationship, and running from jealous fangirls who don't even know the whole truth. If you have to read just one of these on my list, this is one of the ones you should really consider.
Only The Ring Finger Knows- It took me forever to read this one, but I always knew I’d love it. And I was right. Anyone who reads yaoi from June has probably seen it advertised at the back, and I was always really interested. I finally found it, (for only like, three dollars) in a tiny lesbian/gay section at my work. It should have been in the manga, but whatever. Anyway, it’s really cute. Wataru might be one of the cutest manga characters I’ve seen to date. The way he dresses is super fashionable.
Gamerz Heaven- It’s by Maki Murakami, the mangaka behind Gravitation. And I know what you’re thinking? Why didn’t I just pick Gravitation? Well, Gravitation is really good, (especially the manga) but I think I might have liked GH just a little more. It was really interesting. Teen boy falls in love with defintely what seems to be a child boy. Dog who looks like human is clearly crushing on owner. The doujinshi are super hot also, and I may even like them more than the original story, but that’s probably because I found those first.
Top 5 Yuri Manga/Anime That Are Actually In A Particular Order
Because Yuri Needs Love Too
And Also I’m Bisexual
Girlfriends- A very cute slice of life yuri about two best friends who fall in love. It sounds cliche and plain, but it’s very heartwarming and sad in all the right places. Anyone who loves, or even likes Yuri will love this series.
Citrus- Where two stepsisters fall in love. Slowly. (But aslo really quickly) And make you wait for the results. But it’s still really good. And the art is great. So read it.
Guaken Polizi- By the girl who did Girlfriends, it’s about two high school girls, who just so happen to also be cops, and who start to, obviously, fall in love. It’s not very long. Only two books. So if you’re looking for a quick read, I’d give this one a look.
Tamen De Gushi- By the mangaka behind 19 days, which is on my top Yaoi above. This time, it’s Yuri, and it’s just as good, but not as sad. (Yet)
Strawberry Trick- I’m not gonna lie, despite being bisexual, and really enjoying Yuri, I still haven’t seen or read all that many, so I kind of just included Strawberry Trick because I watched it once, years ago, and needed something to get to five. (Because who ever heard of a top 4 list, amiright?) It was good though, I remember.
I guess one surprising thing about me is I really like a few things my generation isn't supposed to. Not that I really care about what I'm supposed to be into. I like all these dark, adventure anime, TV shows, and books, but there's always another side to everyone.
I'll give some examples, but they won't all come at once, since this is something that requires some thinking.
Exampales. (That's me saying Example how I imagine the French would say it)
1) I like High School Musical. Mostly because of Ryan, (who else ships Chad and Ryan?) but I also like the other characters too. And the fact that the whole movie seems kind of like a metaphor. My sister and I like the second one the best. Because there's lots of Ryan (And ChadxRyan moments) in it.
2) Liberty's Kids. Sure, it's a TV show to teach kids about American History during the Civil War, but it's also filled with characters I can't help but love, and it makes learning a lot of fun. I've never known so much about the Civil War! I actually really want to write a fanfiction about it, but that would be embarrassing, to say the least.
3) Twilight. Back at it's peak, it wasn't considered childish to like Twilight, but now, you're pretty much expected to be a twelve year old girl if you like Twilight. But what can I say? I know it's not perfect, and the writing style isn't all that good, but when I read it, I did like it, and I still have a secret soft spot for it, though I am aware of it's faults too.
4) Alvin and The Chipmunks. Simon is my favorite. I'd forgotten how much I liked them until recently, when I started rewatching the movies, (Wolfman, Chipmunk Adventure, Frankenstein) and also got to rewatch some of the episodes from the 80's (?) TV show, and one from the 60's TV show. I like the new TV show too, just not as much. I haven't really seen the CGI movies, so I can't really have an opinion on it. I like Matthew Gray Gubler though.
5) My sister and I have recently gotten into Winnie the Pooh. I'm twenty, she's seventeen, but we don't care. We call Christopher Robin Jesus, (jokingly) and we have some pictures of the characters on our wall. Christopher Robin is also my Chromebook screensaver, as of this moment in time.
6) Gilligan's Island. So far, the only example that goes in the other direction. Something older people are into. But my grandpa wanted my sister and I to watch it with him, and before you knew it, I'd seen every episode, (like nine times) and it was a new thing to love. My favorite character is Gilligan.
Hmm, I guess this one's easier, somehow.
Patrick Ness- Really original and cool story ideas, I've loved every one of his books. (That I've read. I haven't read them all yet) Chaos Walking trilogy is in my favorite book list, so if you want to know about it, just read above. Very good.
Neal Shusterman- Another author who had really original ideas. Unwind, as you may have read above, is in my favorite book list. The Skinjacker trilogy is really good too. I've read other oneshot books, like Full Tilt, and The Eyes of Kid Midas, and...well I can't remember it's name at the moment, but it's the one with the aliens.
Michael Grant- I've only read the Gone series, but it was really great, so I always count him among my favorites.
Now, for no reason, here are my personal favorites from the: Everything I Learned In Life, I Learned From Clamp list!
If you’re not angsty, you should be. (Or prepare to be)
If you’re precious to your brother, you’re probably doomed. (Good thing I don't have a brother)
Actually, if you’re precious to anyone, you’re doomed. (Dammit)
In fact, you’re probably just doomed anyways. (Unless you get lucky and happen to be in one of the three non angsty stories they have)
Treasure your eyes. You never know when they’ll be taken away. (It happens a lot in Clamp, doesn't it? Tokyo Babylon, X, Tsubasa, xxxHolic...)
Subtext really does equal buttsex. (This is probably in regards to KuroFai, because we fans were very dedicated to finding proof)
True love always prevails. Usually. (Sometimes. Not if you're Subaru)
Love comes in all forms. (I can't think of anything funny to say to this one)
At least you’re not Subaru. (Tell me about it. That kid has it rough)
If someone comments on your eyes being pretty, you will probably lose them several chapters later. (And even if they don't call them pretty)
Even if you and your beloved are a canon couple, by the end, you still won’t have kissed. (But you may end up with a kid, so it feels weird, because we've never even seen you kiss, but you're doing it off screen)
Even in other series, you still will not kiss. (I don't feel like this is worded correctly)
Everybody has an evil twin. (And sometimes you're the the evil twin...clone...)
Don’t expect to live a happy life. You’ll only be disappointed. (Highly)
The more they smile, the harder they fall. (Well, it's more like, the more they smile, the darker the secret, and the sadder they are)
The world is split into three genders: male, female and androgynous. (And Mokona)
No matter how ripped your shirt gets, it’s not coming off. (Damn. I would love to see some hunky Clamp muscles)
Anyone who says having magic powers is cool could not have been more wrong. (I have yet to see a happy, magical character in CLAMP)
If you feel someone’s watching you, they probably are. (And dictating your every step)
If he’s tall, dark and handsome, he’s taken- by the outrageously cute boy standing next to him. (My personal favorite. It works for almost every gay couple you could think of, in Clamp)
Everything will be alright. (Unless you're Subaru)
Cherry blossoms are a sign of good luck.
Cherry blossoms are a sign of bad luck.
Cherry blossoms are- sod that, if you see cherry blossoms, run. (Good thing there aren't Cherry Blossoms here in Merica)
Even after your heart is pierced by someone’s hand, you will still have plenty of time to divulge deep dark secrets/words of wisdom/angst/last words before you actually die. (Which is good, cause those are always the best/worst parts)
Show your true love not by exchanging rings, but eyes. (It pretty much cements your gayness if you do this)
No one is really happy. They’re just hiding some dark secret. (And even if they are really happy, they won't be later)
Wherever you are, there is a Miyuki somewhere in the background. (I haven't seen her yet, but I'll keep looking)
And one that should count: It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye. Then it's a pairing! (A gay pairing)
Fandoms I'm Alone In (So Please Come Join Me)
Gimmick- It's a manga series. Read it. It's a makeup artist whose life is in near constant danger because high profile people come to him for help, and it gets him in a lot of trouble. He also has some personal enemies and ghosts he has to navigate through. It's surprisingly moving, so give it a try.
Black Bard- Another manga series. It's about a bard going around using his magical singing voice to help people. He says its for money, but he's actually a really caring guy. It's short, but the stories are great.
Trouble- A book about a boy whose brother dies before he can climb the mountain he always does. The brother goes with his best friend, a dog he found, and the boy who ran his brother over to do it himself. Really great and touching.
Darkest Hour- A movie about (not completely) invisible aliens who come to earth and start killing everyone. The main characters are some Americans trapped in Russia when it all goes down. It's way better than I made it sound, so don't not watch it.
YOU KNOW YOU'RE A WRITER IF...
You talk to yourself a lot. And I answer myself too.
Well, according to this I'm not much of a writer. *looks at the dozens and dozens and dozens of notebooks I've filled up over the years.* Hmm, I guess I should just throw these out.
I have quite a few accounts on this site, don't I? I don't know the exact number off the top of my head though, so let me think...
Eh, only seven, so less than I thought. I'd give you the names and stuff, so you could go check them out, but I like to feel separate from myself. That came out weird. But do you get what I mean?
Well, I can't think of anything else to say. If I can, I'll be back. Maybe I'll try and add one thing per week, until I've built up a profile so spectacularly long that nobody in the world will want to read it the whole way through.
Though I personally do have fun reading people's profiles. Does that make me a freak? Yes? No? Maybe a little?