Author has written 37 stories for Naruto, Resident Evil, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XIII, X-Men, Dragon Ball Z, Supernatural, Revolution, X-Men: The Movie, and Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
"On broken wings we sought the sky. Too bad we never learned to fly."
Glad to have you here. If you're actually bothering to read this piece, then here's some information for you. I am a junior at the university, majoring on English. I enjoy writing and reading fanfiction and my most preferred fandoms are: Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Final Fantasy, Supernatural, Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Suits, Avengers, X-Men, Naruto, DBZ, Death Note, Revolution, Vikings, Reign, The 100, The Walking Dead, Arrow, Teen Wolf, Nikita, The Last of Us and Resident Evil. Sleeping and going out are also a couple of my favorite activities. I'm also pretty much addicted to coffee. My writing doesn't satisfy me in the least, and even though I'm a perfectionist, I'm really lazy when it comes to raking my brain for hours for better story development. What can I say? I get bored easily.
When it comes to imagination and inspiration, both can get triggered by the littlest thing possible. But while everything sounds so good in my brain, sometimes the paper doesn't do it justice. Well, more like I don't do it justice. Anyway, I am not particularly reliable concerning updates and stuff of the sort. I'm too lazy to be consistent. But I try. And even though I almost fail everyone who actually wants to read a story of mine, that's just me and I can't help it. I write purely on the spur of the moment and only when inspiration strikes me, so that's partly why I suck so much at updating on time.
I have stopped promising updates and stories and all that jazz, because I know I will let you down. But I do have some new ideas I wanna try out. And since I'm trying my luck at some new fandoms (because entering new fandoms is kind of like my ultimate skill), I'm kind of hesitant and I want to work on the characters for a bit longer. I hope the results will be satisfying. On the other hand, I'd like to mention that you can also find me on, which is currently sucking out my soul.
I am also a very enthusiastic reviewer when I choose to be (which, admittedly, doesn't happen too often, but I'm trying hard to change that). I'm ashamed to say so, but like most people, when I read a story I like, I simply favorite it without bothering with a review. That is so wrong. We're all writers here and we all want the reviews to keep coming effortlessly. But, as it is often said, success is a two-way street. You've gotta give in order to take. So, lately I've been trying to review as much as I can. And by reviewing, I don't mean just dropping off a thumbs up or down, but really, really taking a moment to write a few things about what I liked/disliked in the story, and tell the author what they can improve and what to keep coming. All authors get happy when they find a review alert in their inbox, while some of them get motivated by them. Really, composing a nice review of medium length is the greatest gift you can give to yourself and to another author. If I forget to drop one, then, by all means, feel free to knock some sense into me; I'll be happy to review your story. I don't think I'm much for constructive criticism, but some is better than none, right?
All in all, I'm an average young person, who thinks too much (Aquarius, duh), is very serious most of the times but also makes a fool out of themselves more often than not, likes good music and philosophy. Books are awesome, especially since the variety is astounding. People are confusing sometimes, but I'm slowly starting to learn how to read them. Feeling awkward around others and not having something to say really blows. I also develop healthy obsessions with pretty much anything. The love of my life? Chris Evans, hands down.
Need more intel than that? Ask away. ;)
I want to take a moment to thank all those fanfiction writers who knew what I wanted to read long before I did, and took me to such amazing places with their creativity, untamable imagination and extensive research for their work. You are just as important as the original author and their work. Don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
Unsafe External Link