Author has written 37 stories for Powerpuff Girls, Shaman King, Card Captor Sakura, Gakuen Alice, Hey Arnold, Jimmy Neutron, Pokémon, Naruto, Prince of Tennis, Vocaloid, Shugo Chara!, Yin Yang Yo, iCarly, South Park, Glee, Bare, Big Time Rush, How to Train Your Dragon, and Rise of the Guardians.
Oh, bloody hell, guys! I found a friggin petition for allowance of signs! Brackets! Asterisks! Equality signs! (I realize how pathetic I'm being. Shut up.) Look at it! Look at it!
So the basics...
Name: Ria, basically. You can call me anything you want--wait, no, I take that back. Just call me Ria or any derivative from my pen name.
Gender: I'm a free bitc-female. I mean female.
Age: College student right here
Birthday: It's on March if it helps any. 27 if you want me to be specific.
Residence: I'm from the Philippines. Home of the balot 8D.
My deviantART [purple-rainbow.deviantart.com] (otherwise me Homepage), which are most uncolored stuff, and those uncolored stuff are mostly sketches. Yes. But I've gotten around to digital work, and I usually color those (I think). I also have a stray fanfic here and there, if it so happens that the fanfics I write are for people who, themselves are in dev. My before was XxRinkoxX.deviantART.com, mostly filled with drawings (of course). There are poems, original stories and quotes in the old one, too.
Tumblr [rainbowbarfeverywhere.tumblr.com] for my randomness and uhmm, personal...stuff...? Also, for WIPs and my digital doodles usually end up there (sketch doodles are found in my dev).
AO3 [www.archiveofourown.org/users/anguishofmylove] which, hopefully, will be the compilation of all my stuff, from both FF.Net and LJ, though I'm not going to repost stuff probably, because a lot of my past works suck so bad.
odosketch [sketch.odopod.com/users/71488] for when times I feel like doing some sketching and watching it unravel Whoooo. Whut.
LiveJournal, [anguishofmylove.livejournal.com] mostly for fanfics for webcomics and such that don't have a category here for *ahem*BFFandTINF*ahem* It's also for all my original work and that's mostly poems because, you know, they're less tedious to write... I'm also thinking of putting there the fanfics I stopped midway if people, you know, look at it.
BlogSpot, [coldredlips.blogspot.com] though I don't actually use it anymore...
I loved this poem so much I decided to paste it here :D
Go to the Hardware Store
Won't you just grab your stapler
You know nothing wrong
You must be brought up with imps
You paint your soul with beautiful shades of green
Your soul seeps out of your tongue
So would you please give me your stapler
(Darling, please, come here, don't be afraid,
I'm more of a reader than a writer. I literally soak up stories and stories and stories. I would honestly write more if I weren't reading so much, or going on Dev so much, or looking through my Tumblr all day long. I have a bunch of ideas I really want to write but I'm so easily distracted and I'm only ever good when writing on a computer. Whenever I try writing my stories on paper first, I realize how horrible it is.
I'm pretty diverse with the categories of fanfics I read. I go from Peter Pan, all the way to Tekken, from Powerpuff Girls, all the way to Naruto. Though I think I've been more faithful to fandoms now, I can still quickly get into another one which may or may not lead to me getting less loyal to the fandom I had previously.
When I come to love a pairing, I literally stick to it. I go down with my ships, but I can also be lenient with other shippings. It doesn't happen often though so I don't usually read stories where a character I ship with someone ends up with someone else. But if, say, my favorite character is a boy, I tend to accept any and all pairings that that boy is in. I like making my favorite boys male whores. JS.
I've recently been picky with what I read. Since I have lesser and lesser time to read, I usually only read romance and/or drama now. If I had more time, I'd probably read more and different but as it is, I've been more choosy. The amount of stories I still haven't read because I choose not to but will probably do so sooner or later are accumulating and if I didn't feel so pressured, I'd probably read them.
I will forever love comments more than faves. Whenever I get notifs from Dev or from FF.Net, I always cross my fingers for it to be some sort of comment. I soak up on feedback and I love hearing what people think about my stories. I especially adore long comments. They make me ridiculously happy knowing someone bothered to write comments that long. I encourage constructive criticism and really wish people would tell me the bad things about my writing and what I can improve. I also don't mind flames. I just like any sort of feedback. As long as it's not discriminatory, you're free to do whatever.
This also means I'm a hypocrite. I've read countless amounts of fics that I never bother reviewing. Like, I'd read a story and I'd immediately go to another one. Sometimes, when I see the reviews are really incredibly small for stories I think are really good, I give my thoughts, but even that doesn't happen a lot. I tend to ignore the amount of reviews and therefore do not review 99 times out of a hundred.
I can't write chaptered stories because I don't have the patience for that and I believe the my story's worth dwindles every time I update it with a new chapter. A fic consisting of oneshots is a whole different thing, but even that, I don't reach past five or another small number, even if my ideas reach two digits.
Sometimes I really like what I write and sometimes I don't understand how people could like what I write. When I don't get feedback, I tend to think my stories are of no worth and it usually leads me to write less. I mean, if I write, it's only to show others what I think of, but if no one reads what I write, why not just let the story stay in my head? Of course, I still write even if I don't get feedback, writing is a wonderful thing. It's just sad how it ends up looking like people don't appreciate what I do.
Well, that's all I got. Till the next story. :D
((I keep forgetting to mention this, but if you may, ignore the stories starting from I Don't Want To downwards. I think maybe Regret and Pain and Stupid Love don't suck that hard so maybe if you really want to, you can read those two stories. Just...I used to write bad enough I now want to dig myself in a hole and hide under a rock. Bahh.))