Author has written 4 stories for Twilight, and Soul Eater.
ICON INFORMATION: I am a big fan of the AVATAR series! Here's Mako, Korra and Bolin, the perfect BROT3 :D
Hello ! :) I used to be Justine Cullen Hale, around 2008 when I was obsessive over Twilight. After reading more books (I Am Number Four, Hunger Games, Gregor the Overlander, The Warrior Heir etc.) and watching shows (such as Naruto, Soul Eater, Inuyasha, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fushigi Yuugi, Shugo Chara!, Kimi ni Todoke, Prince of Tennis, Bleach, Lovely Complex, Fairy Tail etc.) I think I've learned to open up to different ideas instead of always sticking to one. I'm going to write a lot more, hopefully, about all of these different things that I now enjoy and love.
I've also been writing a simple story, called The City of Beryl, which involves a teenage girl named Avira Cresthaven and her best friend, Hailer Lair, who have been trapped inside a blue forcefield that traps them and their families and neighboring people from the rest of the world. Their people are governed by the Fiergrand Leaders. These leaders make sure that everyone stays inside the forcefield, and by doing so, every 5 years, they sacrifice one person's life force to keep the forcefield strong. When the child of the Fiergrand Leader, Kieran, is chosen as a sacrifice, and Avira and Hailer skip the ceremony, they find that he has escaped through a vulnerable side in the forcefield. They try to follow after him, but it doesn't work, they're only pushed back. 5 years later, when Avira is chosen to be the next sacrifice, Hailer helps form a plan that will get her out. Once she's out, the forcefield slowly begins to lose power. In the meantime, Avira is seeing the world for the first time, and she can't believe her eyes.
Right now though, I'm working on To No Avail, a Soul Eater fanfiction; and I know it's sort of bad timing since Soul Eater was out a long time ago, but I just recently watched it and I love it. I was also working on a Sasuke and Sakura story similar to this one, with the same "drawing comes to life" plot. Wondering if I should post it, but probably once I'm done with To No Avail.