Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter, and Twilight.
I love reviews/comments/feedback etc. etc. But bugging me about when I'm going to update is driving me wild. I've actually stopped checking my inbox so I don't have to put up with PMs telling me to hurry up and write.
I suppose that you are all here to either read my profile, a story of mine or to scope out my currently non-existent favorites lists.
I'm not sure where my profile pic came from. I found it on my hard drive and I like it. I also found a Donna one, a Doctor one and an Edward Cullen one. I quite like them. :)
Ahhh... I'm currently working on the next update for See the Light. I'm a bit busy though... I'm on holiday after all, and unfortunately I didn't travel halfway around the world to sit and write fanfiction. Sorry, but the next chapter shoudln't be too far away.
I'm back! But (and there's always one of those) I have no computer. My siblings have destroyed theirs, and in the infinate wisdom that my parents possess, they gave mine to them while I was away. Grrr... I can't wait to move out :) So, basically, this means that updates will be crappy.
On a positive note, I'm editing See the Light. Nothing major, I'm just smoothing out some dodgy plot shaped wrinkles etc. I'll let you know if I drastically change anything.
I am a firm believer that gender is something people on the internet really don't need to know. Which makes me sound paranoid but meh... not bothered.
I am old enough to know better, and young enough to ignore the rules without much of a consequence. Well, it's either young enough or spoilt enough... :)
I have been descibed as incredibly narcissistic and selfish, unless I really, really like a person. I don't do it on purpose.
I ruined my first job interview by laughing at the interviewer. She asked me why I was the best person for the job. I burst out laughing and said "You've got to be kidding me! Have you seen the other candidates?" Needless to say, I have since learned that potential employers don't like superiority complexes.
I can't commit to anything or anyone. Including myself.
For that reason, I can't do a stereotype. If I can't commit to the gym, then how the hell am I supposed to commit myself to being a punk, emo, prep etc?
I am passionate about a lot of things. Firstly: shoes. I'm 17 and I have in excess of 50 pairs of shoes. Secondly: clothes. But I never have anything to wear. Thirdly: handbags. Still doesn't stop me looking.
I am broke. If you couldn't tell from the above.
Maybe I do do a stereotype. Helpless shopper. Like Confessions of a Shopaholic. I haven't seen the film, because headsets cost 5 pounds on the flight back from Tenerife (after they tried to make me pay 40 Euros in excess baggage, excess baggage that didn't exist. I know what excess baggage looks like. I refused to pay, chucking myself a nice tantrum. I switched shoes to a pair that must have weighed 5kg, because my bag was suddenly underweight.) 5 pounds which later went towards Prada sunglasses. Ahhh... the smile on my face... :)
I am not a snob. I can get to like anyone, from any background. People who have the luxury of having more than others shouldn't judge. I used to live in a caravan.
A girl I went to school with has a mutual vendetta with me. Neither of us have any idea where it came from, what started it or anything. We just know it's there. And we smile and chat whenever we see each other, both of us secretly thinking 'Effing Bitch'. All our friends think it's ridiculous but they just don't understand.
I support Cancer research, the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Make-a-Wish Foundation unwaveringly.
I am a very slow updater, so have patience. It's a virtue.
FAQ: When will the next update be?
A: I'm on holiday.
And lastly, nobody visits my fics anymore. :(s)
Hopefully my foul mood will sod off and I'll finish something.
"Whether you believe you can, or whether you believe you can't, you're absolutely right." - Henry Ford
"Intelligence is something we are born with. Thinking is a skill that must be learned." - Edward de Bono
"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration." - Thomas Edison
"The best way to get a good idea is to get a lot of ideas." - Linus Pauling
"Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein
"An essential part of creativity is not being afraid to fail." - Dr Edwin Land
"The human mind is like a parachute - it functions better when it is open." - Cole's Rules
"The human mind once stretched by a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions." - Oliver Wendell Holmes
"A person needs a little madness or else they never dare to cut the rope and be free." Nikos Kazantzakis
"Our life is frittered away with detail... simplify, simplify." - Henry Thoreau
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