Author has written 4 stories for Twilight.
whoa. it's been awhile since i've been on this thing. like my previous profile information stated, i have changed a bit since last time i came on, as most teenagers do, and haven't really had the time, dedication, or imagination necessary to keep up with this. usually, ff is like a summer thing for me, since i find myself stuck at home many days and enjoyed the twilight series immensely as a seventh grader. which brings me to my next point, i'm not quite the fan i once was before for twilight. it's a great series but once the movies came out and downgraded the books horrendously, i lost interest, became busy, and began to grow out of my awkward middle school years and enter into my high school years. frankly, i am no longer as attached and interested in writing ff stories, although i could give it a shot, but, due to the fact that i have very limited computer time, i would be unable to update on a regular basis. slowly but surely i will try to get back into the swing of things. so now that that's out if the way, i can actually write about me! i am currently in school. forget about name and age. i have recently discovered my love for anthropologie (not the study, the store-i'd suggest looking it up) and my love of europe, alternative/electronic/new wave music, and all things overlooked by pop culture fanatics. i absolutely love 80's music and movies, please let me know if you find a good movie/song from the 80's, i'm always looking to find more. my favorite 80's movies are the breakfast club, pretty in pink, sixteen candles, st. elmo's fire, fast times at ridgemont high, ferris bueller's day off, can't buy me love, and back to the future. my one biggestregret in life is not being a teenager through the brat pack/80's era, i wouldve enjoyed every moment of it. i love movies with a solid plot that aren't necessarily popular or well known. in fact, one of my favorite movies "coma" from 1978 is one that is very unheard of but has a great plot. i would highly reccomend it. especially to those of you who enjoy modern architecture and impeccable interior decorating, though i have no idea how they had such modern architecture since the movie was made in 1978. I am quite the dreamer. when i am older, i want to live in europe, in a very green, modern home and either be involved in interior decorating/architecture or be working in the fashion business, designing my own things. a dream of mine would be to either create a store similar to anthropologie, work for anthropologie (I.e. be a designer brand that anthropologie buys pieces from), or work at one of their stores. I know, it's dreaming big, but being a kid, i've got to set my sights somewhere. that's all for now, au revoir!