Author has written 7 stories for Naruto, Harry Potter, Twilight, and Misc. Books.
Oh, that way lies madness.
Welcome to my page fellow readers. I’m a nineteen year old girl who live in Sweden with my parents, two older half-brothers and a little brother who recently has put his mind into creating a personal harem in the room next to me. Add to the fact that he loves blasting our neighbors into madness with twelve o’clock metal blasts on top volume and you can probably figure out our topsy-turvy relationship on your own.
My second oldest brother recently got married and the oldest is out braving the world on his own and we’ve been given firm instructions on not to give him any presents (yes, he’s weird like that). I had two dogs but the oldest was recently put down and the one left is that kind of dog that walks into doors and expects them to magically open up.
The Heavens and the Earth are not the for the sake of Man.
I read a lot of fanfiction, spend hours on it every day and the time has only increased since I got myself a Galaxy S and discovered the wonder of a portable internet. I drive my surrounding up the walls with my Swenglish (a mixture of English and Swedish) and the notable strange words I pick up from various places.
I am a never ending pool of odd information and while I keep notable track of things that people generally don’t seem to care a rats ass about you’ll have me staring blankly if you want to know anything about Idol or America’s got talent or general messy things like that. I don’t watch a lot of television but I’m a high fan of movies. I’m currently collecting NCIS and Death Note seasons and I’m frolicking around happily at the thought of the The Dark Knight Rises up on the big screen 2012.
I’m the kind person that rolls with the hits, I talk a lot with myself and my voice tends to rise into falsetto when I’m talking passionate.
Narrow minds devoid of imagination. Intolerance, theories cut off from reality, empty terminology, usurped ideals, inflexible systems. Those are the things that really frighten me. What I absolutely fear and loathe.
I abhor finding chapters without CAPITAL letters and a just itch to write long complains whenever I stumble across one. I generally hate bad written stuff but can deal with it as long as the plot is good and they’re not just screening across obvious and important plot points.
I know a lot about torture but abhor seeing kind and good people in pain (believe me, I can't even muster up enough to be evil on Black & White while my friend is cackling about). Fantasy is my passion but oh-we’re-so-happy-and-everything’s-perfect makes me yawn.
I've read Twilight and unlike most of the population I really can't take a stand on the matter. On one hand Bella and Edward and kind of disturbing and the whole idea about a stalker vampire creeping around her room to watch her sleep is kind of revolting. How someone can consider that romantic I do not comprehend and I find Bella's sense of what's important kind of misplaced. On the other hand, I adore Rosalie whose character is so flawed and imperfect that I can't help but love her utterly and the overall basic plot is interesting and perfect fanfiction material but the whole damsel in distress isn't my cup of tea and I do not like finding summary's expressing how Bella is waiting for someone to save her or the classic "can someone save her before it's too late?" in all its dramatic fashion. You can say whatever you want on the matter but I can't stand it.
A certain type of perfection can only be realized through a limitless accumulation of the imperfect.
I spend most of my free-time reading or writing or playing games of various kinds, mostly various Xbox and Nintendo. My favorite author of all time is probably Haruki Murakami and I'm completely and utterly in love with Oshima from Kafka on the Shore and Miu from Sputnik Sweetheart. My favorite character from the world of anime is probably Ichigo from Bleach whose ideals and power is something I respect greatly and the one character from games that I admire the most is Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII.
I'm bisexual and most of the things I love doesn't rate withing what can be considered "normal" (a word you'll be wrestling with me on because I don't believe in the definition of normal, especially when related to humans). As my friend put it; I don't roll with normalcy.
boy boy = love
girl girl = love
boy girl = love
I’ve been asked before how I come to realize that I’m bi and I can say this. It’s never been a matter of body to me, for that’s what it’s about, is it not? Restricting yourself means that you’re cutting yourself off from the possibility of love from half the population of our earth.
If I find someone that will love me for who I am and I love them equally as much back their gender won’t hardly even be a matter of interest.
Love is about embracing everything about someone else and for me differing between a man and a woman has never been a matter of question, it was always clear and I never agonized over it and never found it abnormal. How can love be wrong?
You laugh because I'm different. I laugh because you're all the same.
I write a lot, and I mean a lot. I have hundreds of unfinished stories and getting the words and plot down into something that I find interesting in more than a week or so before losing interest is hard.
I know a lot of people are anxious to know about the fate of Ace of Spades and on the off chance that you drop by my page I say this: It will be uploaded. I am re-writing it on my spare time and have plans to upload it once I'm half-way through and happy with it to avoid a repeat of what I did first. For now I am mainly focusing on Smile while I sort out the last threads and make sure it's readable and makes sense.
Absurdity is the reality.
Regards, Undead Artist.