Author has written 4 stories for Twilight.
"I think someday you're going to be a great writer," he said. "But" he added maliciously, "first you'll have to suffer a bit. I mean really suffer, because you don't know what the word means yet. You only think you've suffered. You've got to fall in love first." - Henry Miller; Tropic of Capricorn, 1961
DFTBA: Don't Forget To Be Awesome.
(It's a Nerdfighter thing, you wouldn't understand.)
(John Green = LOVE)
Who am I?
I am the roar of the excited crowd.
Written by myself. I'm proud of it.
Most profiles are just a list of common things (Names, ages, that sort of thing). I'm not like everyone. I'm my own person, and not a zombie.
So, in no particular order, here's a list of random things about me.
I blow out candles in September.
I'm a Virgo.
If my plans of being a writer don't pan out (which they probably won't) then I want to be a sky dive instructor.
The second I turn 18, I'm jumping out of plane with little more than a sheet strapped to my back.
I curse so badly that even a sailor would blush if he heard me. It's kind of funny.
Twilight pisses me off, Stephenie Meyer makes me sick to my stomach. I read Twilight, thought it was pretty good, bought Eclispe and New Moon. Didn't really like them that much. Bought Breaking Dawn: spent more time laughing at it then actually reading it. It was like trying to squeeze water from a rock. A rock in the middle of a desert. A rock in the middle of a desert on the Sun. It just wasn't meant to be. And since someone asked: I write Twilight fanfics because I fell in love with the characters. Well, some of them. That's why most of my stories are about Alice and Jasper.
Also, when you reread the series, it's not very good. Bunch of grammar mistakes and contridictions.
One of the only things I want to do when I grow up is simple. Find a tornado and flip it off. Just 'cause I'd be that badass.
Chiodos rocks my socks off. And I wear tights, yo.
I say "Yo" trying to be a gansta. I fail.
I like to listen to sad, depressing songs when I write. Especially when I write Scratched Out.
The future freaks me out.
I'm learning Latin. Very, very slowly. A little bit.
I love black and white films. Especially silent films, because those actors and actresses were amazing. They couldn't convey their emotions with speech; they had to depend on their body language and it's amazing when you think about it.
Scratched Out is my baby. People seem to enjoy it.
When I was a little boy, they called me a liar. But now that I'm a grown up, they call me a writer. - Issac Bashevis Singer, Nobel Prize Winner for Literature
The fabulous Little Miss Mionie made Scratched Out an amazing, stupendous, fabulous, --insert other adjectives here-- BANNER! Give it up for Little Miss Mionie! --throws confetti--
Welcome to my world of toys.