Author has written 3 stories for WALL-E, and My Little Pony.
Welcome to my humble little profile. Yep, this cute lil' profile. I don't write fan fiction as much as I used to, as if I ever did in significant quantities, but I may occasionally update a story once in a while. The demands of daily life and the dandy stress that tags along—as always— have taken too much time and energy for me to update as much as I once did, not to mention the bad reputation fan fiction has in the literary world, but I'm not referring to those pompous scholars who over-analyze old literature and belittle anything postmodern (But you have to kinda admit that postmodernism is stupid sometimes). Well, that's all, I guess. Thanks for stopping by.
Now for some things you'll likely see in fan fiction profiles:
"A quote is not a witty one-liner you can craft in five minutes to give some half-baked insight or advice on any subject matter. It's a witty two-liner extracted from a larger body of information that itself takes longer than five minutes to craft." - Me
"A quote is also not something you should copy and paste into any damn conversation or profile to make yourself appear profound or cultured. Six hundred quotes from famous thinkers and scientists will not make others see you as a deep intellectual, no man. It will make others see you as a phony— a pseudo intellectual, someone who can't make up his own bullsh*t and who needs more intelligent people to do it for him. You know what we call that? Do you? " -Me
"Don't even think you can get away with posting quotes anywhere with the excuse that you admire the witty insight of the person you are quoting. You are still letting others do the thinking for you. Just don't." -Me
Copy and paste this into your profile if you think copying and pasting some stupid crap into your profile is ridiculous and making a "Copy and Paste This" to ridicule the aforementioned habit as a way to appear ironic is equally inane.
Oh-em-gee, likes: A long-winded list of cultural garbage nobody cares for, namely a cesspool of films, video games, comics, cartoons, and other trivial bullcrap mature and imaginative people would have abandoned — more likely rejected— long ago to focus on more significant pursuits in this limited life. Too bad the Internet is none of that.
Like, my dislikes!: Ain't there enough negativity in this world?
COPY AND COPY THIS INTO YOUR PROFILE (A CLUTTERED PAGE FULL OF UNFUNNY MEMES AND POP CULTURE DRIVEL NO DECENT PERSON WOULD BOTHER TO READ) OR ELSE THIS PUPPY DIES OH NOEZ!!!!!!11
/Hurr Memez are teh funnyz LOL Y U NO SHOT WEB EPIC EPICNESS!!!11 LE FOREVER ALONEZ I CAME FOR PONIEZ!!!11 RAGE FFFUUUU!!!11
That's enough ridicule of the lowest common denominators of this site for now.
My Main Stories:
1) Resurrection On hiatus: A story that takes place 1,200 years after the events of the Wall-e film. EVE has been hailed as the world leader and the Earth became pure again, with billions of human and artificial citizens who enjoy the natural ecosystems complimented by an array of man-made architecture. But as pernicious as human nature are the social tensions between humans and their mechanical brothers. War and genocide from an unlikely enemy will sweep the world, and EVE and Wall-e must journey through hell to save the Earth and mankind.
It is unlikely that I will undertake future fan fiction projects. I'm more focused on my original projects now, so the most likely fan fiction I'll ever post in the future will be short one-shots. Alwaystheless, I'm just trying to distance myself from fan fiction. It has a bad rep with the literary world. I'm not implying that all fan fiction is badly written, escapist fantasy made by those who lack the creativity to create their own worlds, for those who want a source of escapism. It's just, you know, Twilight... Bronies... 69 shades of an amalgamation of black and white...