Author has written 6 stories for Naruto, Lion King, Dragon Ball Z, Yu Yu Hakusho, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Misc. Books.
Good evening! Welcome to the hell hole of my bottom! I am a LARGE GOLDEN ASS of sorts.
One day I was attempting to perform magic to transfrom me into a bird, but instead, I became an ASSHOLE. It was quite an unforseen outcome, but luckily, I was able to learn to cope, and with extreme training, I found way to give form to myself, and began typing with my buttcheeks.
I've recently found quite an interest in your community, and look forward to publishing my own interpretations of the mass-media world.
I have always been a fan of writers (and stories) that have not been afraid to push the envelope. During the 18th to 19th centuries, books such as "Madame Bovary", "Lolita", "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", "The Cay", and "Animal Farm", have all at one point in history been considered a step too far into leftfield. Now look at the high pedestals we place them on today. These authors were not afraid to step over the line of their generation, including times of great crisis.
It is not just, however, about the genre written in or the quality of the work, as great literature stems all the way from "Anna Karenina" to "Being There" to "Family Guy". It is also not the level of intensity, or the extremist view points made, or even the factuality of events. In no way do I intend to discourage any of this and in fact I encourage everyone to work to bettering their writing ability.
What I am attempting to say is what brings about a great story is not just all of this, but stregnth of one's own beliefs and passion for one's own work. Depending on the way you look at satisfaction, "A Child Called It" can be no less or more of a novel than "The Alchemist", and "Antigone" could be no more genious than a "KC Green Webcomic." In my view of things, all this can be true, because these authors didn't write this without the imagination or the heart that a real strong piece of art requires in order to bring about change. Under this mindset, a child's little scribble could mean so much more than a college art student drawing out dozens of anatomically correct sketches on a daily basis. This is because the child has performed for the satisfaction while the student has performed for the grade.
As time passes on, I also hope to explain my reasons for why I write what I write.
I have an age and a date of birth.
I like cards, and breasts. They make me feel good.
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