Author has written 187 stories for Naruto, Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy VII, Super Smash Brothers, Pokémon, Final Fantasy X-2, Soul Calibur, Silent Hill, Strawberry Panic!, Anime X-overs, Little Mermaid, Braveheart, Game X-overs, Elfen Lied, and Hunchback of Notre Dame.
The reason why my name is Aerisuke (pronounced heiress skay) is because it is a crossover pairing or should I say "crack-pairing" between Aerith Gainsborough from FFVII = Final Fantasy VII and Sasuke Uchiha from Naruto. Not only do I make Aerisuke stories but I also make other couples too.
Facts about me:
I have the same birthday as the actress Natasha Richardson (May 11, 1963 - March 18, 2009), Liam Neeson (who obviously like Natasha is also an actor). :D R.I.P. Natasha Richardson. :(
Likes: Hanging out with my friends and family, writing stories, poems, and songs, singing, reading books, watching TV, Disney, anime/manga (Japanese animated cartoons based off of Japanese comic books), constructive criticism, playing video games, going on YouTube, car rides, playing on my computer and phone, funny and cute stuff, text-to-speech (I use text-to-speech websites for the characters in my stories, kind of like voice acting, but not really), anatomy, learning stuff about the Renaissance, etc.
Dislikes: Mean people, bullies, fighting, being bossed around, going on high places (I have acrophobia, a fear of heights), scary movies (some scary movies), harsh constructive criticism, death (even though it's a part of life), wars, drama, rape, etc.
Favorite foods: Bean cheese burritos, mashed potatoes gravy, spaghetti, tomatoes, carrots, sushi, ravioli, pizza, hamburgers, chocolate ice cream, sweets, chocolate, etc.
Favorite video games: The Legend Of Zelda, Naruto (video games from Naruto and Naruto Shippuden), Final Fantasy, Soul Calibur, Kingdom Hearts, Super Smash Bros. Series, Silent Hill Series, Resident Evil Series, Super Mario, etc. Favorite gaming companies: Nintendo and Sony. I like a little bit of Microsoft, but not really.
Favorite movies: Braveheart, Forrest Gump, Titanic, Anne Of Green Gables, Moulin Rouge, Gone With The Wind, Gladiator, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, Misery, Legends Of The Fall, Pulp Fiction, etc.
Favorite book authors: Stephen King, James Patterson, Nicholas Sparks, E.L. James (I know Fifty Shades Of Grey is controversial, and despite the negativity about the book series, including the bad grammar, I don't care), Anne Breshares, Jodi Picoult, Suzanne Collins, J.R.R. Tolkien, George R.R. Martin, J.K. Rowling, Lucy Maude Montgomery, Margaret Mitchell, Stephanie Meyer (don't judge me, Twilight haters), etc.
Favorite quotes: "As someone born with Asperger's Syndrome, I wish that some people wouldn't be so mean to me, and to just accept me for who I am." ~ Me."Every man dies, not every man really lives." ~ William Wallace, "Braveheart.""FREEDOM!!!!" ~ William Wallace, "Braveheart.""They may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM!" ~ William Wallace, "Braveheart.""Rhett, where shall I go? What shall I do?" ~ Scarlett O'Hara, "Gone With The Wind.""Frankly. my dear, I don't give a damn." ~ Rhett Butler, "Gone With The Wind.""Tomorrow we'll discover what our god in Heaven has in store. One more dawn... one more day... one day more!" ~ Les Miserables. "My mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get." ~ Forrest Gump, "Forrest Gump."The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love, and be loved in return." ~ Christian, "Moulin Rouge.""Are you not entertained?" ~ Maximus, "Gladiator." "It's not what you achieve, but how much you believe. 'Cause you win, when you lose, if you try." ~ my grandfather (mom's dad).
I was born with something called Asperger's Syndrome, and for those of you who don't know what that is, it's basically a touch of Autism, and it means that people have the inability to read other people's emotions. There's a theory saying that people (a.k.a. Aspies) with Asperger's lack empathy. I'm not that heartless, and I have feelings too, you know. And no, it's not a disease or mental illness. Some people think it is, but it's not. It's just something that you're born with, affects your development in life, and the way that you understand the world. An example of this is that I'm very literal, meaning that I take everything literally. Like, if you say, that it's raining cats and dogs I will look up at the sky and think that it's literally raining cats and dogs, when it really means that it's raining really hard. Sometimes I think that because I'm very literal, people (strangers, I mean, not my family and close friends) might think that I'm an idiot, but I'm not.
People (mostly children) with Asperger's are often the target of bullying, and I was called mean names like stupid, idiot, retard, etc.
I also have ADHD (a.k.a. Attentive Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Not only do I have a short attention span, but I can also be very talkative (which I'm obviously doing right now).
I think that people with Asperger's (a.k.a. Aspies, including myself) often isolate themselves because they'd rather be alone than with other people. In a way, I'm kind of like Naruto, Sasuke and Gaara (mostly Naruto and Gaara) from the anime/manga series (which is also my favorite anime/manga series), "Naruto," because they were always alone and just wanted to play by themselves instead of with other people. But like me, Gaara and Naruto were shunned because they had demon beasts inside of them, and no one really cared about them. Well, except I don't have a demon beast inside of me unlike Naruto and Gaara. But apparently as Naruto, Sasuke and Gaara got older, they made friends who actually cared about them. I kind of feel left out because sometimes I think that I don't fit in well with other people, and that is a struggle that I have to deal with every day for the rest of my life. But I always try to stay positive and keep a smile on my face every day.
I think it might be a little bit hard for you to understand me because like I said before - the mind of someone with Asperger's and ADHD works differently. While one part of me has the maturity of an adult, another part of me has a childlike innocence (kind of like Forrest Gump), hence why I said that people with Asperger's and ADHD see the world from their point of view. It's like I'm an adult being trapped inside a child's body. I do worry that people might think I'm weird because of it. However, I do wish that you can respect and accept me for who I am and that I'm not just an ordinary person. I hope that you can understand me a little bit better, though. You can also find out more about the other "traits" that have to do with Asperger's and ADHD because I don't want to make this description too long, XD.
But I do have one thing to say. Don't call me stupid or judge me just because I have Asperger's and ADHD. In fact, people with Asperger's and ADHD are highly inteigent, to the point of genius.
Albert Einstein had Asperger's, Bill Gates has it. In fact, some famous celebrities either have Asperger's or are on the Autism spectrum. But Aspies also have a very good memory and are also really talented. For example, when I was a kid (I still do this), I would go up to the synthesizer (or piano) and play a song that I know by heart and find an instrument on the synthesizer that's playing the melody. Not only that, but I can also play the synthesizer (or piano) and look at the TV and play the song without looking at the keys. In other words, I'm what they call an audio savant, and I have an audible photographic memory, meaning that everything I hear, I remember, especially when it comes to a lyrics of a song that I already know. Let's just say that I'm like "Rain Man." For those of you who've seen the movie "Rain Man" (with Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise), in the movie, Dustin Hoffman plays an autistic savant and his brother (Tom Cruise) has no choice but to deal with it. Sadly, I've never seen the movie, but I want to because I hear it's really good. It won Best Picture and Dustin Hoffman won Best Actor. So if you think that I'm stupid or sick, think again. Asperger's is not a disease (don't worry, I'm not gonna die just because I have Asperger's), nor does it mean that I'm mentally retarded. Asperger's and ADHD need to be understood, not misunderstood.
Just to let you know, I'm not trying to be annoying. I just want to share my thoughts (okay, not everything that goes on inside my mind, XD) with the world wthout trying to offend anyone. Maybe that's one of the reasons why I wanted to become a writer so I can express myself through my stories. But having Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD is not the only reason why I wanted to be a writer. I was born with medical problems, and the doctors told my parents that I wasn't supposed to live past a month. But, I proved them wrong, and here I am, alive and well. I wanted to share my story with other people because it's about not giving up on life. I know I didn't, and neither should you, My grandfather (my mom's dad) once taught me that it's not what you achieve, but how much you believe. 'Cause you win, when you lose, if you try. I'm not giving up. I'm going to keep following my dreams to be a writer, and no one's going to stop me from achieving that goal. My grandfather also once taught me that if anyone were to tell me that this wasn't the greatest place in the universe, then I'd tell them to look for the things they can't see. If they ask why, then I'd tell them that I know about these things, because my grandfather told me about them once in a letter. He said, they were things it took him a lifetime to learn. So to the people who bullied me in the past, before you judge me just because I have Asperger's and ADHD, get to know me more. Then you'll understand. Like my grandfather said - you have to look for the things you can't see, and don't judge a book by its cover. He also taught me that much of the beauty and truth in life is not in what we see, but often in what don't see, but believe.
One of my goals in life is to help spread awareness of both Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD and to show that we're not afraid to stand up for ourselves and that we fight for what we believe in and that we're just trying to fit in with everyone else so people can accept us for who we are. You know what? I'm proud of who I am, and nothing's ever gonna change that, and I kind of like being a little different, and that's okay. I don't mean to be rude, but I have Asperger's and ADHD... deal with it.
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