Author has written 40 stories for iCarly, Kingdom Hearts, Naruto, Final Fantasy VII, D.Gray-Man, and Hetalia - Axis Powers.
I am natcat5
Hobbies: Writing, reading, guitar, piano, anime, history
Summary: An aspiring author who is struggling to find time to write during university blahs. Also a guitarist/pianist.
Mostly working on Hetalia fics right now.
Fav Books: The Host, Stephanie Meyer; His Dark Materials Trilogy, Phillip Pullman, Redwall Series, Brian Jacques, The Sight and Fire Bringer, David Clement-Davies, Warriors Series, Erin Hunter, Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange, Melissa Marr, Maximum Ride Series, James Patterson, Watership Down, Richard Adams, A Star Called Henry, Roddy Doyle,J-POD, Douglas Coupland, Catch 22, Joseph Heller, The Once and Future King, t.h. White, The Fionvair Tapestry, Guy Gavriel Kay, The Century Trilogy, Ken Follett, The Raven Cycle, Maggie Stiefvater, Mistborn Series, Brandon Sanderson
Fav Artists: Thriving Ivory, Anberlin, City and Colour, Hedley, Nickelback, Fall Out Boy, Five For Fighting, Queen, Snow Patrol, Abingdon Boys School, Globus, Veltpunch, Norwegian Recycling, Kalafina, Sleeping At Last, of Monsters and Men, Florence & the Machine, Mumford & Sons, Radical Face, Kokia, the Oh Hellos
Fave Composers: Yuki Kajiura, Yoko Kanno, Nobuo Uematsu, Hans Zimmer, Takagi Masakatsu
Current Fave Song (It'll change constantly): Old Gemini by Radical Face
“Often, it is underestimated how crucial names are in this world. Commonly perceived as mere labels, their real functions are taken for granted. They are in fact ontological terms, and it follows, of course, that names actually fortify existences. Reality is made solely out of those which bear names. Those without ones are beyond reality, for man has made it a habit to label everything in the world that surrounds him. Everything in the reality of man has a name it goes by. Names therefore can be considered some of the most powerful words on the planet, for they decide what is part of reality and what is not. They have the power to bring unworldly concepts down to earth, and make us vaguely fathom ideologies on God and the like.
However, the problem with this power to simplify grand concepts is while words make people understand, they tend to limit people’s perceptions of the infinite. The universe, for example, is actually limited by its name, because even if we do understand that it is endless, this idea will never really sink in as much as it is supposed to because we will always think of it a single body (i.e., the universe). Labeling this vast cosmos as “the universe” unifies this otherwise endless mass as a single body (though perhaps this ability to encapsulate supposedly unfathomable ideas merely further magnifies the power held by words (and consequently names)).”
This analysis of names was taken from the D. Gray-man fanfic, What Was, What is, and What might be, by Shizumi-chan Here's the URL if you want to check it out http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5558686/1/What_was_What_is_and_What_might_be
I don't use this site much anymore because quite frankly, AO3 is much better. But most fandoms are still based here, so I'll pop in from time to time.
xoxo, natcat5 ;p