Author has written 5 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, Yu-Gi-Oh, and Harry Potter.
ABOUT THE WRITER:
Hi! I'm Katie!
I'm an eighteen year old girl with a tendency to get far too emotionally attached to anime characters and TV shows.
I love food, anime, writing, cosplaying and meeting new people - so feel free to send me a PM! I love getting those!
Oh, and reviews. Lots and lots of reviews. I love knowing what people think of my work!
There is one thing I dislike, however, that I kindly request you keep to a minimum:
"Can you update your fic? I love it!"
I'm very glad you love it, but if I can't find the inspiration for it, I can't update. I apologize, but that's just my style. I have a tendency to pour every ounce of my heart into each chapter/fic I post, so it's very hard to write something when I'm not feeling particularly excited about it.
I WRITE FOR:
(in alphabetical order)
Blue Exorcist (Ao no Exorcist)
Dragon Ball Z
Ouran High School Host Club
Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan)
Yu-Gi-Oh! (Season 0/Duel Monsters/Millennium World)
(in alphabetical order)
Doctor Who (mostly the Ten & Eleven eras)
(in alphabetical order)
The Avengers (or anything in the Marvel universe, for that matter)
How to Train Your Dragon
Rise of the Guardians
(in alphabetical order)
Assassin's Creed (mostly Altair's arc)
Final Fantasy (mostly VII)
Kingdom Hearts (whole series)
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
(in order by series title)
The Darkest Powers series by Kelley Armstrong
The House of Night series by P.C. Cast
Hush, Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick
The Immortals series by Alyson Noël
Twilight saga by Stephenie Meyer
Black Cat by Kentaro Yabuki
Dragon Ball Z by Akira Toriyama
DNAngel by Yukiru Sukisagi
Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa
Godchild by Kaori Yuki
Gravitation by Maki Murakami
Hetalia by Hidekaz Himaruya
LOVELESS by Yun Kouga
NARUTO by Masashi Kishimoto
Shaman King by Hiroyuki Takei
Shingeki no Kyojin by Isayama Hajime
Soul Eater by Atsushi Ohkubo
Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist & Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World by Kazuki Takahashi
If you want to request that I write for any of these shows/books/games, feel free to shoot me a PM!
I'll gladly take your request, if it suits me!
SHIPS I WRITE FOR:
(If you can't find your ship here, feel free to ask me about it anyway. I'll see what I can do!)
(Also don't fuckin' judge me omf)
(in order by show)
GumLee (Prince Gumball/Marshal Lee)
Bubbline (Princess Bubblegum/Marceline)
DRAGON BALL Z
(prepare yourself omfg)
PeachesnCream Pair (2P!Can/1P!Ame)
Veggie Burgers (1P!Ame/2P!Ame)
Red Velvet Pancakes (1P!Can/2P!Can)
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
TRaPR (Tallest Red/Tallest Purple)
LEGEND OF ZELDA: OCARINA OF TIME
OURAN HIGH SCHOOL HOST CLUB
RISE OF THE GUARDIANS
SHINGEKI NO KYOJIN (ATTACK ON TITAN)
Soul/Death the Kid
Capitalization in Titles
Unless these types of words are the first/last words in the title, do NOT capitalize them:
- articles (a, an, the, etc.)
- prepositions (about, with, off, on, of, etc.)
- coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or, for, etc.)
- "to" as an infinitive marker (to run, to play, etc.)
- A New Approach to Marketing on the Internet
- Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Titles but Were Afraid to Ask
- the first and last words of the title
- nouns (a person, place, or thing)
- pronouns (he, she, it)
- verbs (run, write, sing, etc.)
- adverbs (shyly, clearly, aptly, etc.)
- adjectives (broken, shallow, beautiful, etc.)
- subordinating conjunctions (after, before, unless, etc.)
- words attached by a dash (twenty-one, no-nonsense, etc.)
The Elusive Semicolon ( ; )
Semicolons, like commas and periods (hence why it looks like a period over a comma), indicate an audible pause.
it can replace a period if you want to narrow the gap between two closely-linked sentences.
use it before such words and terms as namely, however, therefore, etc. when they introduce a complete sentence.
use it to separate units of a series when one or more of the units contain commas.
it can be used between to independent clauses that are joined by a conjunction (and/but/or/nor), but only when one or more commas appear in the first independent clause.
"Call me tomorrow; you can give me an answer then."
the brochure told us to bring any two items we wished; however, it also mentioned that sleeping bags and tents are in short supply.
The conference has people who have been invited from Los Angeles, California; Springfield, Illinois; Alamo, Texas; and other places as well.
"Oh yes, I believe you; but do not take these happenings lightly."
Using "Per Se"
It is spelled "per se," but pronounced "per say." This is because the term is in Latin, not English.
"Per se" means "by/of/for/in itself." Knowing that, please use the term wisely.
"It is not only these facts, per se, that are important."
In this case, "per se" is used as “in themselves.”
So, translation: “It is not these facts, in themselves, that are important.”
This means that the facts are indeed important, but they’re not the only things that are.
"The candidate is not a pacifist per se, but he is in favor of peaceful solutions when applicable."
Here, it means that while he is not, in himself, a pacifist, he prefers peaceful solutions.
When to Use "Shaking" or "Nodding" in Reference to a Head
This is my biggest pet peeve, because I constantly see writers using these terms incorrectly when it is really very simple.
"Nodding," in itself, is defined by someone giving their assent and/or understanding. Nodding is the gesticulation for "yes."
NEVER use "they shook their head yes,” because there is a word for that. They nodded.
Not only is it more articulate to use “they nodded,” but it is also grammatically correct, whereas the former is not.
A "head shake" is defined as "a gesture in which the head is turned left and right along the traverse plane repeatedly in quick succession."
Shaking your head ALWAYS means that your head is moving from left to right.
NEVER use "they shook their head no," because you literally cannot shake your head for yes, so why do you need to clarify?
Just use "they shook their head."
Former vs Latter
When you think of the words former and latter, always think of them in that exact order (i.e., former then latter). This will help you remember their meanings.
“Former” refers to the first of two things said.
“Latter” refers to the second of the two.
“This item is available in wood and metal, but I prefer the former.”
Wood is the former, metal is the latter.
“Red and blue are popular colors, but the latter is more popular.”
Red is the former, blue is the latter.
Arthur: "America, duck!"
Alfred: "Why is France shooting at us? I thought he wasn't supposed to shoot at us!"
Arthur: "Fuck if I know! I blame the syphilis!"
Alfred: "... He still has that, huh?"
Arthur: "America, what's worse than a clap-addled sex maniac under the thumb of the Nazis?"
Alfred: "I dunno, what?"
Arthur: "A clap-addled sex maniac under the thumb of the Nazis who is still sniping at you, you idiot, get down!"
- Never Before (Hetalia fanfic on LiveJournal; USUK)
Matthew: "You should tell me something that's uniquely about you."
Alfred: "What kind of something?"
Matthew: “I don’t know. Something you think that no one else does."
Alfred: “I eat cereal at two o’clock in the morning. Pretty much no other time. Just then, when it’s stupid and I’m stuck reading a theory that had no business being published."
Matthew: “That’s not exactly what I was thinking, but… Are you ever going to publish a theory?”
Alfred: “How about you tell me something that’s uniquely you.”
Matthew: “I want to eat Captain Crunch with you at two in the morning.”
- General Relativity (the AmeCan/CanAme fic)
Matthew: “I mean it—why me? It’s not like, it’s not like I’m—”
Alfred: "Matthew. You're awesome."
Matthew: "Because that's - it's so telling, that word."
- General Relativity
Dr. ter Borcht: "Is dere anysing special about you? Anysing vorth saving?"
Fang: "Besides my fashion sense? I play a mean harmonica."
- Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, pg. 139
"Sometimes you have to kind of die inside in order to rise from your own ashes, and believe in yourself and love yourself to become a new person." - Gerard Way