Name: Cherl (I go by Kuro also)
About me: Not much to say about me, well there is, but I wont post it here.
I write in my free time. I have a ton of stories that are unfinished and some that are, but I know that most people don't care for fanfiction that have the author in it.
Anime: I am a fan of Harry Potter & Gundam Wing Xover. Also, Sailor Moon and Naruto.
Completed stories that wont be posted: The stories I have completed are from the two Anime I posted above. They are for my personal reading, so sorry. I also write stories upon request.
If you would like a story from me and you want to be a character, I will need the Anime/Manga you want the story based on, your character's name, a description of your character, weapons (if any), etc. For your own privacy, tell me whether you want this story posted on this site, if not I will email it to you, BUT if you don't tell me at all whether or not you want it posted, I will automatically post it on here and it will be dedicated to you with your Profile Name posted on this site. =)
Well that's it I guess. Hope to read all your stories!! Thanks writers!!
Please note that this is something I copied from another profile.
I'm the girl kicked out of her home because I confided in my mother that I'm a lesbian.
If you also think that homophobia is wrong then Please Re-Post this on your profile.
Note: I can relate to a few of the people here. It's sad to know that there are people out there that are homophobic and it's hard for me knowing that my father is one of them.
In all my life, I never thought losing a friend would be this hard. On October 12, 2009 I lost one of my dear friends to a reckless driver on the I-10W. She was on her way home with two of her friends when she blew a flat tire. While she waited for a friend to come and bring a jack, another driver hit the back of her car, two other cars were involved as well. In hitting her car, Vicky, my friend, hit her and her friend Elaine. Vicky had mass brain swelling, brain hernias, and the swelling didn't go down in time for them to drain the fluid, so at 9:40 pm on October 12 she passed away.
R.I.P. Vicky, you were a great friend and you will forever be in our hearts.
I'm proud to be an American Soldier.